Integrated Management System

Integrated Management System

The ISO standards have all been written with clearly identifiable similarities, which means that to comply with every standard, you would need information you already need for a different standard. We have identified these similarities as “integrals”. i-Manage Safety is a cloud-based electronic management system, designed to ensure the integration of the various areas of your business. The integration functionality of the i-Manage System focuses on the management of all generic processes and tasks that are compatible in the management cycle which are based on the Plan- Do-Check-Act cycle, continuous improvement to satisfy customer demands, and organisational consideration of the product chain in which it operates.

Why use an integrated management system?

An integrated management system focuses on the clauses which are common between different standards, even though each contains certain clauses which are specific to its area of application. Integration relies on finding the integral parts of these standards to avoid duplication and enable you to standardise your processes, allowing you to save time and focus more on the specifics of each standard.

Which standard is “most important”?

There will always be debates about which standards should be prioritised in an organisation, but the truth is that no standard should be prioritised above another. By making effective use of an integrated management system, you reduce the risk of any standards falling behind, as you need to manage them all effectively for it to work.

The ISO standards have all been written with clearly identifiable similarities, which means that to comply with every standard, you would need information you already need for a different standard. We have identified these similarities as “integrals”. i-Manage Safety is a cloud-based electronic management system, designed to ensure the integration of the various areas of your business. The integration functionality of the i-Manage System focuses on the management of all generic processes and tasks that are compatible in the management cycle which are based on the Plan- Do-Check-Act cycle, continuous improvement to satisfy customer demands, and organisational consideration of the product chain in which it operates.

Why use an integrated management system?

An integrated management system focuses on the clauses which are common between different standards, even though each contains certain clauses which are specific to its area of application. Integration relies on finding the integral parts of these standards to avoid duplication and enable you to standardise your processes, allowing you to save time and focus more on the specifics of each standard.

Which standard is “most important”?

There will always be debates about which standards should be prioritised in an organisation. But the truth is that no one standard should be prioritised above another. By making effective use of an integrated management system, you reduce the risk of any one standard falling behind, as you need to manage them all effectively for it to work.

  • Health & Safety
  • Food Safety

Value Add of i-Manage Safety

i-Manage Safety is a health and safety consultancy that offers our clients an electronic safety solution that is backed by the knowledge and experience of safety professionals who will guide you throughout the onboarding process. i-Manage Safety was developed in line with ISO 45001 (Occupational Health & Safety) and is unique in the South African market, a complete electronic safety solution to address all needs for Health and Safety. The system allows any company, however big or small, to take full control of all aspects of their health and safety systems, in real-time, from anywhere in the world. The system is fully customisable, it is not an “off the shelf” product. You decide which modules you want to use, and we build your safety management system within its framework.

i-Manage Safety displays your company’s legal compliance on a single dashboard in real time. If your company has multiple branches and you have the appropriate security access, you can drill down (navigate) to any one of the branches to any specific activity. This allows head office to see in real-time what is going on at branch level. All non-conformances can be viewed on a single summary page and can be addressed in real time. The system automatically creates a ticket when there is any non-conformance in the system, which can be assigned to the responsible person to act on it and they will receive an email or SMS as a reminder.

Most items have specific workflow on which we can set reminders and notifications. The system, for example, automatically escalates any incident that is recorded to the minutes of the safety committee meeting. Any information that can help you pick up trends can be exported from the system. The system displays expiry dates of documents on various report pages to prevent crisis management and allow you to plan more effectively. It displays which training certificates are due to expire, which inductions need to be done and which toolbox talks are scheduled. Maintenance can also be scheduled against a specific asset and the system will notify you when maintenance is due via the automatic monitoring of the electronic registers.

Request a no-obligation quotation for the i-Manage Safety Electronic Safety Management System.

 

HACCP

The goal of the HACCP plan is to prevent or control hazards that have been identified by the HACCP team, who provides justification for the hazard, as well as possible control measures.

Critical control points are procedures at which a food safety hazard can be prevented or reduced to acceptable levels. The number of CCP's needed depends on the control needed to assure food safety.

A critical limit is a measure based on scientific literature and or regulatory standards. It's the maximum and or minimum value to which a biological, chemical, or physical parameter must be controlled.

Procedures will be set in place for the measurement of the critical limit at each CCP. Monitoring procedures should describe how, when, by whom and how frequently the measurement is taken during production.

The HACCP team will have to identify which steps need to be taken to prevent potentially hazardous food from entering the food chain and correct the process.

Verification determines the validity of the HACCP plan and that the system is operating according to the plan, such as auditing of CCP's, record review, instrument calibration and product testing as part of the verification activities.

Recordkeeping is a key component of the HACCP plan and can be used to prove that the food was produced safely. Records need to include information about the HACCP plan, information on the HACCP Team, product description, flow diagrams and the 7 principles mentioned.

Implementing the requirements of Food Safety in your organisation is a huge challenge.

Maintaining the demands of the various required processes and documentation which must be audit ready is daunting to put it mildly...

  • Health & Safety
  • Food Safety

Value Add of i-Manage Safety

i-Manage Safety is a health and safety consultancy that offers our clients an electronic safety solution that is backed by the knowledge and experience of safety professionals who will guide you throughout the onboarding process. i-Manage Safety was developed in line with ISO 45001 (Occupational Health & Safety) and is unique in the South African market, a complete electronic safety solution to address all needs for Health and Safety. The system allows any company, however big or small, to take full control of all aspects of their health and safety systems, in real-time, from anywhere in the world. The system is fully customisable, it is not an “off the shelf” product. You decide which modules you want to use, and we build your safety management system within its framework.

i-Manage Safety displays your company’s legal compliance on a single dashboard in real time. If your company has multiple branches and you have the appropriate security access, you can drill down (navigate) to any one of the branches to any specific activity. This allows head office to see in real-time what is going on at branch level. All non-conformances can be viewed on a single summary page and can be addressed in real time. The system automatically creates a ticket when there is any non-conformance in the system, which can be assigned to the responsible person to act on it and they will receive an email or SMS as a reminder.

Most items have specific workflow on which we can set reminders and notifications. The system, for example, automatically escalates any incident that is recorded to the minutes of the safety committee meeting. Any information that can help you pick up trends can be exported from the system. The system displays expiry dates of documents on various report pages to prevent crisis management and allow you to plan more effectively. It displays which training certificates are due to expire, which inductions need to be done and which toolbox talks are scheduled. Maintenance can also be scheduled against a specific asset and the system will notify you when maintenance is due via the automatic monitoring of the electronic registers.

Request a no-obligation quotation for the i-Manage Safety Electronic Safety Management System.

 

HACCP

The goal of the HACCP plan is to prevent or control hazards that have been identified by the HACCP team, who provides justification for the hazard, as well as possible control measures.

Critical control points are procedures at which a food safety hazard can be prevented or reduced to acceptable levels. The number of CCP's needed depends on the control needed to assure food safety.

A critical limit is a measure based on scientific literature and or regulatory standards. It's the maximum and or minimum value to which a biological, chemical, or physical parameter must be controlled.

Procedures will be set in place for the measurement of the critical limit at each CCP. Monitoring procedures should describe how, when, by whom and how frequently the measurement is taken during production.

The HACCP team will have to identify which steps need to be taken to prevent potentially hazardous food from entering the food chain and correct the process.

Verification determines the validity of the HACCP plan and that the system is operating according to the plan, such as auditing of CCP's, record review, instrument calibration and product testing as part of the verification activities.

Recordkeeping is a key component of the HACCP plan and can be used to prove that the food was produced safely. Records need to include information about the HACCP plan, information on the HACCP Team, product description, flow diagrams and the 7 principles mentioned.

Implementing the requirements of Food Safety in your organisation is a huge challenge.

Maintaining the demands of the various required processes and documentation which must be audit ready is daunting to put it mildly...

We keep all your eggs in a safe basket.

Find out more about some of the amazing features
of the i-Manage Safety System, contact us now!

We keep all your eggs in a safe basket.

Find out more about some of the amazing features
of the i-Manage Safety System, contact us now!

The i-Manage Safety system can be accessed from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.

Risk assessments are done electronically, including control measures and work procedures from a central database that are pre-approved by the risk assessor.

The system gives you full control of all contractors on site's safety documents and procedures.

Understand what is going on in your safety management system without having to go through piles of documentation.

Create maintenance schedules against assets to cut down repair costs and expiring guarantees.

Drill down from head office to any branch to view their legal compliance in real time.

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