For many companies implementing a management standard such as ISO 9001 means
compliance and certification to specific standard requirements. Although the standards
themselves and the auditors of the certification bodies have claims to efficiency,
a management system is often conceived as “a set of documents”.
If a company needs a certificate to meet regulatory demands or participate in a tender,
compliance is enough. If the objective of developing a standardized management system is
improvement and higher competitiveness, that’s another story.
TMA training courses cover both the specific requirements of a standard and the
philosophy behind them. Our aim is to guide our customers to the best management practices
where the standard is just “an umbrella” and framework for continuous improvement.
We offer a state-of-the-art interpretation of the requirements of standards such as ISO 9001,
ISO 27001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 and the best routes for getting all the benefits
which a management standard provides.
We have a specific focus on the health care-related businesses for whom we provide training
to specifications such as Good Distribution Practice and ISO 13485.
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