Integrated management system, risk management, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001
An integrated management system is a system that connects individual management systems into the complete one with the aim to meet the requirements of all stakeholders and achieving business goals in accordance with the vision and mission of the organization. Risk is an unwanted potential event that can cause negative consequences for the successful achievement of the goal of the Integrated Management System. It is therefore necessary to establish a risk management system in order to avoid or at the very least mitigate the adverse events.Risk management is the process of identifying and processing risks in order to define control activities / measures. In doing so, the context and objectives of the organisation, the requirements of all stakeholders as well as the requirements (common and specific) of individual management systems are taken into account. The paper emphased the Quality Management System according to ISO 9001\as the basic system of the Integrated Management System, the Environmental Management System according to ISO 14001 as well as the Health and Safety Management Systems according to ISO 45001 as an upgrade.
Pobrić S, Bajramović E and Bajramović E (2021) Risk management in integrated management system. Quality 2021 (S.Brdarević, S. Jašarević, editors)”, ISSN 1512-9268, Neum, B&H, 17-19 June 2021., pp. 215-220
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