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Thank you for visiting! Integrated Management Systems (IMS) is a consultancy specialising in Business Management Systems and services. Many organisations have already benefitted from our tailored approach to business management using either the latest cloud or internal server based systems.

It is a sad fact that the majority of small to medium sized businesses do not have a robust management system which makes them hard to run and fails to maximise their value at sale (if they can be sold).

Certification of an efficient business management system to quality, safety or environmental management systems standards is externally validated proof that the system meets the accepted benchmark and is set on the path to continual improvement.

Business system certifications are also usually required to help businesses win larger contracts and government work.

IMS can provide your business with a Quality, Safety, Environmental or Integrated Management system which, if you desire, can then be externally certified to any or all of the quality, safety and environmental or other management system standards (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001/AS 4801/ISO 45001). IMS also provides internal audit and system maintenance services and general management system consulting.

Most importantly, with IMS you get a system that is very easy to use, saves a considerable amount of time and ensures all your customer and compliance needs are met with confidence. Your customers will definitely notice. Contact Us Now!


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The IMS Approach

The IMS approach, based on ISO guidelines asks the key questions. "What is the purpose of the business? How does it actually work? What are its processes?....then identifies the following steps:-

Define & Determine
  • The purpose of the organization
  • The policies and objectives of the organization
  • The processes in the organization
  • The sequence of the processes
  • Process documentation
  • The activities within the process
  • The risks in each process and assess significance
  • Prioritise process risks based on significance
  • The monitoring and measurement requirements
  • The resources needed
  • Verify processes and activities against planned objectives