What is a Management System?

Management systems are designed to hugely benefit an organisation by putting in place controls that ensure customer and supplier work together for their mutual benefit.

For this to be achieved and become effective, the customer – supplier interfaces must extend into and outside the organisation, beyond the immediate customer and supplier.

A management system can be defined as:

“A set of co-ordinated activities to direct and control an organisation in order to continually improve the effectiveness and efficiency of its performance.”

Management systems can cover a wide range of activities. For example quality, environmental, health and safety.

CCAS provide accredited certification of management systems to organisations operating in a variety of sectors of industry.

Learn the many benefits which your organisation can receive from the implementation of an accredited management system by speaking with a member of the CCAS team.

 

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