ISO 9001: Approaching & Implementing Quality Management Standards
ISO 9001 is a standard that sets out the requirements for a quality management system (QMS). These standards are one of ISO’s most well known and most followed. It helps organizations and businesses improve products, services, customer satisfaction, environmental and organization objectives, and comply with applicable regulations while driving continuous improvement.
OSHA VPP: Promoting & Implementing Better Workplace Health & Safety
The Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) promotes safer and healthier workplaces with effective management systems. In the VPP, employers, employees, and OSHA create synergistic relationships at workplaces that have implemented a comprehensive safety and health management system. Approval into VPP marks OSHA recognition of outstanding occupational safety and health put forth by employers and employees.
ISO 14001: Navigating & Implementing Environmental Management Standards
ISO 14001 is an international standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system. It helps organizations improve their environmental and sustainability performance through the more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste to save money, gain a competitive advantage and the trust of stakeholders.
OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001: Making the Transition to Establish an Integrated Occupational Health & Safety Management System
The international ISO 45001 Standard has been developed to minimize potential injuries and illnesses in workplaces globally. This new standard will eventually replace the OHSAS 18001 standard, with the transition occurring over the next few years. Both ISO 45001 and OHSAS 18001 exist to help organizations plan, develop and implement workplace health and safety management systems.
Legal Compliance as part of EHS Management Systems Excellence: More Than Just a Paper Exercise
This joint publication from Enhesa and Gensuite examines best-practices for meeting the needs of “Legal Registers” within EHS Management System Standards (new ISO 45001 and recently updated ISO 14001). Does adopting EHS Management Systems improve your environmental and safety performance? The global uptake and popularity of such systems indicate that this is the case. Read how Enhesa and Gensuite offer a combined solution to help meet your needs.
Right On Time – Why Businesses Need Quality Management System Software
Ensuring top quality products and services requires businesses to invest time, money, and energy in improvements such as establishing new production processes, training employees, and audits. To establish these improvements, leading companies are turning to sophisticated quality management system (QMS) software.
Ensure Product Compliance and Supply Chain Continuity through a Single Integrated System
How can you begin to improve and enhance your Product Compliance and Supply Chain engagement strategy and what you should consider when doing so? Product Compliance programs are driven by regulatory change and customer demands for information, the latter oftentimes placing more demand on your organizations than the regulatory obligations proliferating globally.
Conflict Minerals Program Management via the Award-Winning, Cloud-Based Gensuite Solution
In this Conflict Minerals white paper you will discover how to extend business capability easily with Gensuite’s robust and fully integrated Responsible Sourcing and Product Compliance/Stewardship platform – Supplier Sustainability, Supplier Audits, Product Compliance tracking (e.g., REACH, RoHS), and more!
Why Your Company Should Invest in Compliance Software for 2017
Most companies gravitate toward the areas they thrive in, and for good reason. Why wouldn’t you want to showcase your company’s talents? But oftentimes that means losing sight of the areas many consider overwhelming. For most, that area is compliance. Invest in all of your company for 2017. Here’s how you can make it happen.
Why Your Company Should Invest in Compliance Software for 2018
Laws and regulations determine how they conduct their business, how they manage their staff, and how they treat their customers. Compliance, needless to say, is essential in ensuring the safety, security, and sustainability of a company. Complying with rules and regulations puts a company in an advantageous position. It builds up a company’s image, and we all know business success depends highly on public perception. So, Why Should Your Company Invest in Compliance Software for 2018 (and beyond)?