We provide organisations with the following services:
- Management system development
- Management system integration
- Second party audit services
- Risk Assessments
- Training and Coaching of your quality team
- Leadership training on the value of a management system
Thrive Plus helps your organisation to develop a quality foundation by understanding the requirements of your organisation’s stakeholders and developing integrated management systems that deliver business value. Our approach provides you with the confidence you need to seek formal certification, providing your stakeholders with the assurance that your organisation focuses on quality outcomes.
Although we can provide assistance to integrate most ISO standards into your organisation’s quality foundation, we have specific expertise working with the following standards.
ISO 9000 Family – This group of standards addresses relevant aspects of quality management for any organisation. Comprising four related standards – ISO 9001, ISO 9000, ISO 9004 and ISO 19011 – these standards provide guidance and tools for organisations that want to ensure that their products and services consistently meet customer requirements, and that quality is consistently improved.
OHSAS 18001 and ASNZS 4801 – Although these are not ISO standards, these documents provide internationally recognised guidelines for occupational health and safety management systems. These standards were developed to specifically integrate with the ISO 9001 management system.
ISO 14001 – This ISO standard specifies requirements to guide an organisation in developing and implementing policies and objectives that enable it to manage those environmental aspects of its operations that it can control or influence. The guidelines also enable the organisation to take into account its legal and stakeholder requirements about environmental sustainability.
ISO 31000 – Developed in 2009 after extensive international consultation, this standard provides principles and guidelines on risk management for any organisation. These principles and guidelines can be applied to any type of risk whether it has positive or negative consequences.