Management Systems and Organizational Models
Management Systems and Organizational Models arise from the need for companies to safeguard at the legislative level, for organizing and managing business processes, and as evidence of quality for companies against customers. Current safety legislation emphasizes the importance for companies to adopt appropriate workplace safety management systems (SGSLs). And with reference to article 30 of Legislative Decree 81/2008, there is also a strong link between management systems and organizational models as set out in Legislative Decree 231/2001.
Training courses on these topics have the burden of transferring the participants the experience they need to organize and manage the work as expected by organizational models from the management systems developed in the company.
The courses are aimed at all business figures who are going to occupy systems or who want to deepen these issues and their concrete implications within business processes and internal control systems. Appointed for Administrative Officers, Quality Management Systems Managers, Responsible for Internal Audit Activities, Business Advisers, Supervisory Bodies.
The themes of the courses are as follows:
Internal Quality Systems Evaluator Course
Course for Auditor / Lead Auditor Quality Management Systems in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008
Auditor / Lead Auditor Course Information Security Management Systems in accordance with ISO / IEC 27001: 2005
Course for Auditor / Lead Auditor Environmental Management Systems in accordance with ISO 14001: 2004
Course for Auditor / Lead Auditor Corporate Continuity Management Systems – Business Continuity ISO 22301: 2012
Introduction to Organizational Models ex D.Lgs. 231/01
Course for Auditor / Lead Auditor Management Systems for Health and Safety at Workplace
Internal Auditor of the Environmental Management System
Courses provide participants with theoretical and practical-application elements for the implementation of an Organization and / or Management Model and for its effective and efficient integration into the Business Risk Management System.