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ISO Management System Standards

 

The familiar ISO management system standards are to be used in the High-Level Structure (HLS), which is a set of ten clauses that gives all standards the same look and feel. The HLS also effects a better integration between systems of different disciplines. The HLS uses a core text which is standard in every management system, plus a contextualized text that will be added depending on what the management system is about, whether it be Quality, OHS, Environment or another discipline.

 

A common set of standards to define an Operational Integrity Management System (OIMS) is:

  •  ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management
  •  ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management
  •  ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management
  •  ISO 55001:2014 Asset Management
  •  ISO 22301:2019 Business Continuity Management
  •  ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management

 

The ten clauses of the HLS which all of these standards have in common are:

  •    1. Scope
  •    2. Normative References
  •    3. Terms and Definitions
  •    4. Context of the Organization
  •    5. Leadership
  •    6. Planning
  •    7. Support
  •    8. Operation
  •    9. Performance Evaluation
  •  10. Improvement

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operation integrity, QHSE, risk management, remote auditing, HOT assesment, HSE case, mentoring, connector, risk management

ISO Management System Standards

 

The familiar ISO management system standards are to be used in the High-Level Structure (HLS), which is a set of ten clauses that gives all standards the same look and feel. The HLS also effects a better integration between systems of different disciplines. The HLS uses a core text which is standard in every management system, plus a contextualized text that will be added depending on what the management system is about, whether it be Quality, OHS, Environment or another discipline.

 

A common set of standards to define an Operational Integrity Management System (OIMS) is:

  •  ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management
  •  ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management
  •  ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management
  •  ISO 55001:2014 Asset Management
  •  ISO 22301:2019 Business Continuity Management
  •  ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management

 

The ten clauses of the HLS which all of these standards have in common are:

  •    1. Scope
  •    2. Normative References
  •    3. Terms and Definitions
  •    4. Context of the Organization
  •    5. Leadership
  •    6. Planning
  •    7. Support
  •    8. Operation
  •    9. Performance Evaluation
  •  10. Improvement

ISO Management System Standards

 

The familiar ISO management system standards are to be used in the High-Level Structure (HLS), which is a set of ten clauses that gives all standards the same look and feel. The HLS also effects a better integration between systems of different disciplines. The HLS uses a core text which is standard in every management system, plus a contextualized text that will be added depending on what the management system is about, whether it be Quality, OHS, Environment or another discipline.

 

A common set of standards to define an Operational Integrity Management System (OIMS) is:

  •  ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management
  •  ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management
  •  ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management
  •  ISO 55001:2014 Asset Management
  •  ISO 22301:2019 Business Continuity Management
  •  ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management

 

The ten clauses of the HLS which all of these standards have in common are:

  •    1. Scope
  •    2. Normative References
  •    3. Terms and Definitions
  •    4. Context of the Organization
  •    5. Leadership
  •    6. Planning
  •    7. Support
  •    8. Operation
  •    9. Performance Evaluation
  •  10. Improvement