Our EHSQ members Dr. Judith Erickson,Jim Loud and Dave Rebbitt share their insights on how Organizational Behavior and Corporate Culture impact safety management and practices. We invite you to join our Environmental, Health and Safety, and Quality professional community, and share your knowledge with other members.
Organizational Behavior and Corporate Culture: The impact on Safety Management and Practices member by Dr. Judith Erickson, Jim Loud and Dave Rebbitt
DIS 45001 2 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems by member Zulfiqar Dhakan
Businesses seek ISO certification for a variety of reasons: attracting and retaining customers and clients, boosting brand image, and more.
Getting executive buy-in for ISO certification can sometimes be a challenge, and even leaders who have made the decision to seek standards certification – be it ISO 9001, ISO 14001, or any other widely used standards – often fail to consider the unsung rewards of certification.
Businesses that implement ISO standards often focus on the perceived burdens of adoption, such as expansive paper trails, demanding document management, and seemingly interminable audits. They forget that, when executed and implemented properly, certification can spell rich financial rewards.
Well, thanks to the folks at the World Standards Cooperative (WSC), an organization that promotes voluntary, consensus-based standards, business leaders have access to a variety of tools that illustrate the business benefits of adopting ISO standards. The WSC website contains links to dozens of such resources, including: