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Management system

A management system can be described as a tool to more easily manage the organization. A good tool, a support for leading, planning, controlling, following up and evaluating the business. A management system supports to make the organization stronger, better.

A good management system guides the employees in the organization, management and employees, to feeling more engaged and involved in their work, it increases the focus on customers' wishes, needs and requirements, you create order and structure in the company and you work actively with improvements. The management system is a framework within which the company management controls, measures and evaluates the business operations. The management system helps the organization to continuously get a little better and that everyone aims towards and the same objectives!

The requirements of a management system can never be lower or less than the constitutional requirements of the country in which the organization operates.

The management system describes how the organization manages its operations and is used as a tool for top management to ensure that the operations are conducted in accordance with established procedures and as a support for the employees.

  • Holistic view of the business
  • More efficient business and reduced costs
  • Increased clarity and the management system will be easier to work with
  • Consensus in objectives and working methods
  • Holistic view over the business for optimal decision making
  • Increased improvement work

The management system needs to be integrated into, and a natural part of, the business operations 

A good and efficient management system are process-based and are based on the needs of the specific business. We help you make your management system easily accessible and value-creating, but above all useful.

It is in everyone in the organization´s interest to raise the level, quality, avoid misunderstandings and avoid reinventing of the wheel. When you work according to a international ISO standard, you often get a more efficient, the production becomes more resource-efficient and that it becomes to control procurement, agreements, etc.

Depending on which direction of management system, it describes how you constantly improve and adjust your business to meet your set objectives.

For example:

  • environmental management systems aim to reduce the business' environmental impact
  • quality management systems aim to ensure and increase the business' customer and stakeholder benefits
  • occupational health and safety management system aims to secure work environment

The international standards have been developed and quality assured through the SIS standardization process. The international standards are available for a number of different branches and areas. The standards are voluntary to obey but can serve as a mandatory reference, for example in regulations from authorities and in procurement.

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