Integrated Management Systems
We are living in a historic time of great changes at the global and local level. One need that clearly emerges is the need to define new relationships, recognising connections between different problems, distinct but inseparable, from the perspective of the smart society.
A typical example of this dynamic is the integration of company management systems: quality, safety, environment, social responsibility, business continuity, energy, etc. Distinct dimensions of a single organisational reality.
Business risk analysis – nowadays the basis of the systemic approach – is the glue of integration: the risks are the company’s risks, whatever their origin, and the decision-making processes that derive from analysing useful and rational risk information are by their nature integrated, referring in any case to the ultimate direction.
The implementation of an integrated management system cannot be reduced to applying standards; these are a useful reference, but not the purpose of system integration.
NIER contributes to designing Integrated Management Systems, dealing in particular with the aspects of quality, environment, energy, work safety and occupational health, road safety, supply chain safety, social responsibility, climate change and the circular economy.
- Organisational analysis and process optimisation
- Management Consulting for definition of strategies and objectives
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Gap Analysis and Gap Assessment
- Context analysis and risk analysis
- Design, implementation and maintenance of management systems
- 1st and 2nd part audits
- Supplier audit: monitoring and control of outsourced activities
- Training, information and awareness
- Support for verifications by the Certification Body
- Design and implementation of organisational and management models pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01
- Assumption of role as member of Supervisory Bodies.
- SA 8000: Social Responsibility (CSR)
- ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems
- ISO 14001 and EMAS: Environmental Management Systems
- OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001: Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
- ISO 20121: Sustainable Event Management Systems
- ISO 22301: Business Continuity Management Systems
- ISO 26000: Sustainable development and social responsibility
- ISO 28001: Supply Chain Safety Management Systems
- ISO 31000: Risk Management
- ISO 37001: Anti-Corruption Management Systems
- ISO 39001: Road Safety Management Systems
- ISO 50001: Energy Management Systems
- ISO 55001: Corporate Asset Management Systems
- Legislative Decree 231/2001: Administrative liability of companies