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Integration of Quality, Environment and Health and Safety Management Combination of ISO 9001:2000, ISOA 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:1999

By: Lina Lau(Author)
34 pages, 13 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
Publisher: VDM Verlag
Integration of Quality, Environment and Health and Safety Management
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The book deals with Integrated Management Systems (IMS) according to international management standards. Integration of Quality, Environment and Health and Safety Management addresses the requirements of various management standards in order to identify common or analogous elements. For this, a methodology similar to the analysis of the House of Quality (HoQ) has been developed. Motivations of organizations for setting up an IMS are investigated. Finally, structural approaches towards an IMS are presented. Since there will be no integrative standard covering all performance objectives, the integration will have to take place at the management level of an organization. For this reason, IMS will become important in the near future. The practical part of Integration of Quality, Environment and Health and Safety Management deals with the development of a systematic method for organizations to assure a complete implementation of the standards into their IMS.

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Lina Lau is currently working with a multinational organization in the field of quality, environment and health and safety. She has a MBA in International Management of Resources and Environment from the Technical University Freiberg and a Bachelor of Forestry Science from University Putra Malaysia.

By: Lina Lau(Author)
34 pages, 13 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
Publisher: VDM Verlag
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