There are many different reasons for introducing a management system, e.g. a quality management system, an environmental management system, an occupational health and safety management system, an energy management system or a sustainability management system. These reasons often include customer requirements or even the realisation that a company can be driven forward through a structure and the continuous improvement process associated with the introduction of a management system.
However, planning of the consulting services must also be as individual as the reasons. A project plan formulated in advance cannot lead to successful and efficient certification of a company – likewise a complete manual that is "imposed" on the company. We therefore adopt an individual and process-oriented consulting approach.
This also applies to the performance of internal audits, e.g. a compliance audit, a process audit or a system audit. These audits are the cornerstone of a successful management system since potential faults and potential improvements can only be ascertained through an objective target-actual comparison. In our capacity as experienced, neutral and objective auditors, we will scrutinise your system and your processes. In addition to determining whether you comply with standards, your internal audit will therefore make a valuable contribution towards continuous improvement – with value-added and higher efficiency.
Are you interested in introducing a system with depth and value-added, or do you want to perform an audit? Would you like to review, adapt or upgrade your existing system? We will be pleased to offer you a free informative discussion in order to determine the specific requirements in your organisation. Using this discussion as a basis, we will formulate an individual concept for you so that the management system can be introduced pragmatically and successfully.
You can find further information relating to the introduction of management systems and on the topic of audits here:
Environmental Management (ISO 14001/EMAS)
Occupational Health and Safety Management (ISO 45001)
Sustainability Management (ISO 26000)
Energy Management (ISO 50001)
Energy Audits (EN 16247-1)