Great strides have been taken in recent decades to manage risk, increase quality, improve logistics and drive out unnecessary costs from organizations' supply chains. This fact of modern commercial life has led to the modern business often having an extended and expanding international network of suppliers, which in turn have their own networks of suppliers. Supply chain management has therefore become a fundamental issue for large multinational organizations and the issues affecting suppliers in one part of the world can often differ greatly from those affecting their customers and the end consumers in another, which has raised many issues for our clients.
The international standard that specifies a process for controlling and improving an organization’s environmental performance. Read More
An EMS with additional health and safety and security elements specifically for use in the chemical industry. Read More
Quality Management for suppliers to the automotive industry Read More
Unlocking the potential of customer satisfaction Read More
ISO/IEC 27001 is a standard for information security that focuses on an organization’s Information Security Management System (ISMS). Other standards for information security are much more specific and have a different focus. Read More
Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) such as OHSAS 18001, are enabling organizations to improve performance, reduce the costs arising from accidents and often reduce insurance costs too. Read More
Business Continuity Management (BCM) has been developed to help organizations minimize the risk of disruptions Read More