Category Archives: Management System Design

Processes and their place in Management Systems

The management system standards currently make more reference to processes than they do procedures. This is because with modern software which utilises workflows and automated machines often a process can be controlled automatically without relying on people and procedures, but what if you don’t have fancy software controlling your processes. Do you still need procedures or can you use processes?

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PESTLE Analysis

Using the PESTLE Analysis method to help identify Risks and Opportunities

In addition to the traditional quality, safety and environmental risks which most company’s seem to understand, the latest iteration of the standards now require us to identify opportunities and the risks and these are not […]

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