Illustration of the actual situation

In order to establish an integrated QHSE management, the existing properties of the current (certified) standards are initially recorded and the desired standards to be integrated are mapped with the current resources:
• Identification of the objectives and the definition of the future goals as well as the future policy (this also fulfils the conformity criteria in each relevant ISO audit)
• Determination of existing link gaps

• Determination of the existing qualifications and the associated necessary further education or, if necessary, recruitment of designated specialists and supervisors as representatives of the new integrated QHSE system.
This is a significant breakpoint, often the staffing (internal or external) can take several months. The QHSE Personal Division supports you for temporary staffing and support of recruiting.

Definition and addressing of combinable and unified standard requirements Harmonization of the individual or new process requirements of the integrated ISO standards

• Determination of the combinable High-Level Synthesis (HLS) processes. Constitution of uniform process maps and determination of process owners
• Identify the required resources and authority as a multi-tasker or as a single-task team
• Determination of required processes and standardization in site management (if available)

• In-house training of the participants in different standard areas
• Identification of suitable internal auditors and training of audit teams

Transfer and integration Use of the system in the organization and / or site management. Practical testing for a level 1 audit

• Test runs with fault manoeuvres, troubleshooting, tracking exercises and test audits
• Assistance with the practical management activity, e.g. internal audits, execution of an audit, document control,
• Conducting management reviews

Sustainability Care

In coordination with the tasks of the QHSE officer or QHSE manager, or to prepare for certification of a combination audit, the following tasks up to a self-sufficient autonomous control are useful:
• Implementation of additional KPIs and breakpoints for continuous improvement
• Participation incentives for the workforce for continuous success and contribution