Many companies that have a successful ISO 9001, or QS-9000 quality management system in place have found it highly profitable to expand that system to accommodate the environmental ISO 14001 requirements. Now the best tool to help you do just that, has been updated to compare ISO 14001 to ISO 9001:2000 requirements. Integrating ISO 14001 Into a Quality Management System takes quality management and environmental management and explains how your organization can integrate their requirements. If you donet know where to start, the authors help you with a chapter on getting started and determining the needed resources. the authors review the exact requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 before delineating which requirements have a direct overlap between the two quality systems, which requirements have a partial overlap, and which are unique. Benefit from the actual procedures manual from a registered company to use as an example in your organization. This book provides a natural progression for companies that are planning to transition from ISO 9001 and ISO 9002:1994 to ISO 9001:2000 and want to ensure a seamless fusion of quality and environmental issues. COMMENTS from OTHER CUSTOMERSAverage Customer Rating: (5 of 5 based on 1 review) The discussion of integration was easy to understand and the process potential of one system made alot of sense. I had been working on 2 separate systems (QMS EMS) but have decided that integration would be much easier and less time consuming. - Gayle McQuiller, Michigan.Companies that are ISO 9001 registered typically use the existing quality manual as the basis of an integrated system ... is a single manual that encompasses all requirements. There are several disadvantages to this approach. For example, it anbsp;...
|Title||:||Integrating ISO 14001 Into a Quality Management System|
|Author||:||Marilyn R. Block, I. Robert Marash|
|Publisher||:||Asq Press - 2002-01|