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ISO 55001 is relevant in industries especially that are capital intensive, have physical assets to manage and have high fixed costs. This ISO 55001 can include utilities, heavy and light manufacturing, distribution, construction, property management and transportation. ISO 55001 was published in January 2014 not only implementing and maintaining an asset but also establishes specific requirements, and improving that asset via an Asset management system.

The main goal of ISO 55001 is to apply this approach across other sectors allowing all businesses to benefit from it. It is designed to provide structure and guidance to an Asset Management System to manage and reducing the risk, although the standard performance across all sectors and improving financial performance in line with organizational growth strategies.

ISO 55001 provides a framework for an asset management system that business with proactively managing the lifecycle of assets from acquisition to decommissioning. Assets which are associated with Managing the risks and costs and maintaining a beneficial balance between inputs invested in assets and output achieved for your business can be easily managed with an asset management system.

Importance of Asset management

To manage the assets properly you will be able to use your available assets wisely and get more out of their utilization while delivering added value to the business. Asset management is designed to supports in the proper handling of processes and risks, which will lead to the improvement of current and future company performance.

Moreover, the implementation of an Asset Management System that observes with ISO 55001 that enables the organization to align its objectives with asset management system. The asset management objectives which leads the organization towards achieving its intended outcomes.

ISO 55001 applies to all assets, whether physical, financial, human or intangible, in both the public and private sectors of organizations. And this assets are applicable to any type of organisation, large or small, and within in any business sector.

What are the benefits of ISO 55001?

  • For realizing the value of an organisation’s assets, there is establishing a proactive life-cycle asset management system.
  • With the help of ISO 55001, manages risks and improves performance through informed decision making, associated with ownership of assets.
  • Assets play a key role in the provision and quality of products and services when establishing assurance for customers and regulators.
  • Through the knowledge that a strategy is in place to ensure assets meet the necessary safety and performance requirements to give confidence to stakeholders.
  • Supports international business development – good asset management is critical for delivering products and services.
  • In the business, indicates the social responsibility and commitment to the specific culture, to build a sense of pride and ownership among employees.

To prove ISO 55001 certification is crucial the ability to run a more streamlined operation and a good corporate reputation. Today, readymade ISO 55001 documents that includes manuals as well as audit checklists are available on internet, companies can download them and audit their existing Asset management system based on ISO 55001:2014 requirements. The certification helps you as an individual to differentiate yourself from other professionals involved in the Assets Management.

June 9 is World Accreditation Day as a global initiative jointly established by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) to raise awareness about the importance of accreditation.

Global Manager Group, one of the leading accreditation consultants of the world, celebrates this day every year with invited experts to the meet and communicates online on various accreditation standards and get benefit by sharing knowledge of accreditation. In 2019, Global Manager Group has announced special discount offers on online purchase of any documents/training kits or E-learning courses for the global clients around the world.

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The owner of the company Mr. Devang Jhaveri explains and discuss in brief about widely used 9 international standards which are used for accreditation for laboratories, personnel certification bodies; PT providers; CRM manufacturers; Inspection agency; product or process certifying body; system certifying body, etc. The focus of this discussion on the global data of accreditation for all these various schemes is to share experience and challenges with the world that the customer faced during accreditation projects from process approach to the competence of people for various ISO accreditation as well as a need for establishing management system documentation. Considering this fact in mind we are trying to provide E-learning courses to improve understanding and knowledge of these accreditation standards as well as to provide ready to use editable templates to establish a good system with practical approach and quick solution to various accreditations.

What are the benefits of Accreditation?

  • Global Acceptance and recognition
  • System approach helps to build the system
  • Institutionalize the processes throughout the organization
  • Improve technical knowledge and competency
  • Help to increase market share in a competitive environment.

The reader of this press release can share their experience or send us any query related to any of the below 9 accreditation standard and enjoy global accreditation day.

There is various kind of accreditation standard and its technical requirements are covered in this event. For all these standards editable documents are provided by Global Manager Group, so any consultants and auditors can visit the website and download free DEMO to understand requirements of documentation for any of the following standards.

  • ISO/IEC 17020– inspection agency accreditation
  • ISO/IEC 17025 – test/calibration Laboratory accreditation
  • ISO/IEC 17021 – System certifying body accreditation
  • ISO 17024- Personal certification body accreditation
  • ISO 17043 – Proficiency testing provider accreditation
  • ISO 17034- CRM manufacturer accreditation
  • ISO 17065- Process and product certifying body accreditation
  • ISO 15189 – Medical laboratory accreditation.

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With the new release of ISO 45001, the internationally recognized standard that replaces OHSAS 18001, we now have a greater assurance of what the requirements for documented information will be. Many people consider documentation to be the hardest step in the process of implementing occupational health & safety management system according to ISO 45001:2018. It isn’t the hardest part, because it can be done in a fairly straightforward way by using a structured approach.

ISO 45001 Documentation Structure

ISO 45001 documents

One of the main reasons why the documentation doesn’t work to the company’s advantage is that the documentation authors don’t have a clear picture of the purpose of each type of document, and where it belongs in the documentation structure. There are several types of ISO 45001 documents used to establish an OH&SMS: ISO 45001 manual, procedures, policy, objectives, work instructions or SOPs, and records and forms. Each of them has its place and role in the OH&SMS. The documentation for an Occupational Health & Safety Management System should be structured as follows:

1. ISO 45001 Manual: A ISO 45001 manual presents information communicated by top management to provide the basis of the OH&S Management System. Since it is a very common document, it is usually the first document that a certification body wants to see to get familiar with the system.

2. Procedures: OH&S procedures can have different formats and structures. Procedures documents will include what actions are to be taken to eliminate or mitigate the risks and leverage the opportunities. It should include title, purpose, scope, responsibilities and authorities, description of activities, and reference to relevant work instructions, SOPs, and records.

3. Work Instruction or SOPs: The most common reason for creating a work instruction is to avoid nonconformities. Work instructions can be part of a procedure, or they can be referenced in a procedure. Generally, work instructions have a similar structure to the procedures and cover the same elements; however, the work instructions include details of activities that need to be realized, focusing on the sequencing of the steps, tools, and methods to be used and required accuracy.

4. Records and Forms: This documentation consists of the records generated as outputs of the planned actions discussed above. Most of these result from the various performance evaluation processes that are undertaken to monitor the system’s performance, such as monitoring and measurement of operational controls, compliance with legal and other requirements, achievement of OH&S objectives, and internal audits, as well as records of incidents, nonconformities, and actions taken.

In today’s world, an integrated management system (IMS) is a must have in any business. An integrated management system refers to the seamless integration of several different standards into a common system that meets the requirements of each of the standards. This allows the organisation to work as a single unit with unified objectives.

The initial implementation of an IMS will require a significant amount of resources such as time and effort in preparation of documentation. With that in mind, Global Manager Group has developed IMS EQHSMS Documentation Kit as per ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 requirements.

Which IMS documents are covered in this documentation Kit?

IMS Documents

  1. IMS Manual
  2. IMS Procedures
  3. Process Flow Charts
  4. Standard Operating Procedures
  5. Exhibits
  6. Blank Formats
  7. HSE plan
  8. OHS policies
  9. Sample filled Aspect/ Impacts
  10. Sample filled HIRA
  11. IMS audit checklist

The IMS documentation kit can also help you understand the management system requirements and make proactive changes to any workflows. By saving time, toolkits allows you to focus more on ensuring that the necessary processes and procedures are performed and disseminated throughout the organization.

Global Manager Group is involved in documentation selling since 1995; IMS documentation kit is one of the most selling document products of the company. The aim and purpose of providing readymade IMS documents is to help organization in integration of Quality Management System (QMS), Environment Management System (EMS), Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHS&MS) into one system for easier management and operations.

IMS documentation kit developed by Global Manager Group is consistent in its appearance, and is written and reviewed by recognized authorities in the area. You can also receive support and guidance on using the toolkit.

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