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Management System The Management System is a voluntary action taken by Gruppo GM, beyond the logic of taxation and proceeding towards the continuous improvement in performance. The system management Gruppo GM to define their individual roles, to ensure the results, in the productive sector (quality), Safety and Environment and verify that the differentroles are adequately covered. Gruppo GM decided to adopt that system, seeking to integrate the national standards with international standards, with substantial benefits in the area of it security and knowledge.
Getting Started The point of a management system is the policy expressed by the direction of the company, consists of 4 stages: 1st Planning On the basis of the policy identify theobjectives and programs; 2nd Implementation Definition of a structure that can achieve the goals and setting operational criteria for their implementation; 3rd Control The organization of the internal control system to record and manage the non-compliance; 4th Review Analysis by the direction of the relationship of control and definition of objectives, programs, responsibilities and procedures. Inpractice have a Management System means: ⇒ think about it before; ⇒ organize; ⇒ check that each must do its part. What you get During 2001 Gruppo GM has completed the implementation of compliance with UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 (ISO 9001:2000 Quality). In 2009, management system has been renewed and supplemented, under the new ISO 9001:2008 (ISO 9001:2008 Quality). Integrating the systems between them hasled to the unified management of quality, environment, security, and has contributed to risk reduction, environmental protection and pollution prevention in a manner consistent with the needs of production, ensuring that the management of Safety, Quality and Environment is in a structured and planned.
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A management system is principally abusiness tool to plan, organise and control. A management system may address a single discipline such as health, safety, environment or quality, or it can be fully integrated and manage all business processes including finance, human resources and equipment maintenance. Other functions of a management system include:
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to communicate the organisation’s values, guiding beliefs,understandings, ways of thinking and “the way things are done around here” to provide a stable platform from which improvement initiatives may be launched. The management system provides a mechanism for continuous improvement and a receptacle for corporate learning and knowledge as a demonstration of “due diligence” as a marketing device by providing customers with confidence in the organisation’s abilityto deliver the specified product or services as an integrative force for the organisation
We develop, implement & assess all types of systems to any specified standard (as follow). Documentation may include manuals, plans, procedures, instructions and forms. We specialise in seamless, fully integrated systems that minimise duplication, overlap and error.
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HSEQ Solutions has extensive experience and skills applying the following legislation, standards, codes and guidance documents:
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AS/NZS ISO 9001:2000 AS/NZS 4801:2001 HB 53:1994 AS 1470:1986 AS/NZS ISO 14001:1996 AS/NZS 4581:1999 AS/NZS 4360:1999 AS/NZS 3931:1998 HB 105:1998 HB 142:1999 HB 158:2002 HB 203:2000 AS 3806:1998AS 4269-1995 AS 2885 DITR AS/NZS 3906:1994 AS 4608:1999 AS/NZS 9004.5:1998
Quality management systems - Requirements Occupational health and safety management systems Specification with guidance for use A management system for occupational health, safety and rehabilitation in the construction industry Health and safety at work - Principles and practices Environmental management systems -...