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Latest revision as of 18:17, 21 February 2022

Quality management graphic

An Integrated Management System (IMS) brings together various sets of rules that serve corporate governance. For example:

  • Quality management (ISO 9001)
  • Rik management (ISO 31000)
  • Environmental protection and occupational safety management (ISO 14001 and ISO 45001).

Management systems in a wiki

Wikis have established themselves as appropriate systems for the organization of management systems:

  • Central storage: The rules and regulations are available centrally and online for all employees.
  • Search function: Content can be quickly found via the search function and is perfectly pre-sorted via namespaces and categories.
  • Version-based editing: Content can be edited and easily maintained in no time at all using a visual editor and forms.
  • Document control: Templates, workflow and release functions ("control of documents") support the editorial processes.

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