Consulting in integrated Management Systems



  • Establishment of a unified framework for continuous improvement of all standards.
  • Optimization of resources used and reduction of costs;
  • Increased benefits from each system individually;
  • Simplification of existing management systems;

International Management Standards are structured in such a way that allows for their integrated approach, each relying on similar principles and structures.

An integrated management system enables optimal strategic and operational decision-making, considering all essential aspects of efficient functioning.

Other advantages:

  • Identification of relevant regulations in the field
  • Creation of necessary conditions for planning, control, monitoring, corrective actions, audits, and analysis activities;
  • Identification of potential risks and subsequent examination of general, specific, and individual objectives;
  • Establishment of processes to ensure product quality and determine outcomes, based on risk-based thinking;
  • Definition of policies and strategies for short, medium, and long terms.

An integrated management system creates greater adaptability to market changes, customer requirements and new trends.


Advantages of ISO 9001:

  • Increase turnover;
  • cost reduction;
  • improvement of company image;
  • increase the confidence of customers and suppliers in the services and products offered;
  • ensuring continuous improvement and monitoring of the performance of the Quality Management System
  • fulfillment of tender conditions;
  • to promote international trade in goods and services;

As quality improvement is an assumed desideratum for development and improvement, a Quality Management system brings, through its implementation in the organization, more value.

Once the Quality Management System is certified, it is practically certified:

  • the level of overall performance, actions to address opportunities
  • degree of fulfillment of policies and objectives
  • understanding of the organization and the context in which it operates
  • efficiency of internal processes and risk management
  • understanding the needs and expectations of stakeholders.

Inorder to implement a beneficial management system, the consultant's help reduces costs, ensures success and guarantees it.


Advantages of ISO 14001:

  • Improved environmental performance and compliance;
  • providing a basic structure for pollution prevention; increasing efficiency and potential cost savings through the implementation of environmental obligations;
  • promoting consistent and predictive environmental liability management;
  • monitoring the performance of the Environmental Management System and ensuring continuous improvement;

    The basic steps in ISO 14001 certification are:
  1. development of the environmental policy;

  2. planning;

  3. implementation and operation;

  4. verification and corrective action;

  5. management review

A correct and adequate Environmental Management System saves the organization from legal disputes with the environmental authority, and provides certainty in the conduct of activities regarding strict control of environmental impacts and processes for product/service realization.


Advantages of OHSAS 18001

  • identification of elements with an impact on occupational health and safety, especially for your own human resources
  • increase of work productivity; identification of risks and legal requirements in the HSE;
  • reducing costs and ensuring continuous improvement of the management system;
  • monitoring the performance of the occupational health and safety system.

Also known as OHSAS, or Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, this standard assesses:

  • the measures necessary to avoid risks or possible accidents at work
  • the hazardous nature of the conditions in which employees work
  • the organization's policy on occupational safety,

OHSAS 18001 certification is based on a complex set of parameters, including types of risks, organizational objectives, prevention programs, monitoring systems, etc.

Implementing OHSAS 18001 denotes credibility and a prestigious image, as long as employee safety is an important benchmark of the management system practiced.

The design, implementation, and maintenance of a Food Safety Management System is a solution to provide consumers with high-quality, microbiologically and bacteriologically safe products.

These trends have led to the birth of a code (standard) called HACCP (HAZARD ANALYSIS CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS) now included in the provisions of the international standard ISO 22000.

The ISO standard combines control measures, decision trees, corrective actions, critical control points, charts, monitoring, verification, etc. to guarantee food quality.

Applying these principles leads to the identification, assessment, and control of all hazards (physical, chemical, or biological) that may occur in the food product throughout the food chain.




  • Reduction of the risk of supplying unsafe products for consumption
  • Systematic analysis and implementation of safe and efficient food safety processes to identify potential hygiene risks that may endanger consumer health;
  • integrating modern risk analysis procedures and the concept of prevention in terms of consumer health protection into the existing management system;
  • increased product safety and reduced risks when guaranteeing the product;
  • clear and documented accountability of employees;
  • image prestige associated with the Food Safety certified company;
  • economic benefits through lower proportion of non-compliant products, fewer customers and fewer complaints;
  • significant improvement in communication and increased business confidence;
  • lowering international trade barriers through food competitiveness.


Total Quality Management (TQM) is the quality-centred management of a company, based on the participation of all its members, towards long-term success with benefits for all members of the organization and society.

Essentially, TQM is a business management philosophy aimed at continuously improving customer satisfaction through a set of practices that enable the delivery of quality products and/or services. TQM goes beyond the simplistic application of total quality ideas throughout the organization, constituting a new approach to corporate management.

The term "total" in the phrase "Total Quality Management" means that everyone in the organization, without exception, must be involved in continuous improvement efforts, in all departments of the company, starting with the supply chain and running through the entire product life cycle.

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