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COMMON BENEFITS OF CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT (CI) MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
The benefits of using formalised management systems are extensive. Correctly implemented, management systems can be used to develop a company’s efficiency, increase profit and reduce liability to legal, regulatory and consumer claims.
QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Quality assurance systems provide a basis for the consistent delivery of identical standards in products and services requested by a customer. This concept can be applied to the relationships which exist between a supplier and their clients or between employees and departments within a company.
Variation in the method or procedures associated with an organisation’s operations is the fundamental cause of sub-standard quality products and services.
Identification and analysis of the organisation’s operations and their controls will provide an understanding of where system errors are occurring. Collation and the identification of priorities within this data can facilitate the correction of errors and remove the variation.
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
As previously discussed many management systems share common principles and requirements that impact upon an organisation’s financial performance. Your organisation is encouraged to consider the benefits arising from within the framework of one management system. This enables common processes and work practices to be identified and adopted throughout all functions, leading to reduced costs and increased efficiencies.
Further, an integrated management system can reduce auditing and certification costs.