Business continuity and risk management are essential to the survival of a business. External events that disrupt your business can happen at any time, the more prepared you are the more effectively you will respond and the quicker your business will recover.
Should you get certified? Some people think there is no value in doing this, others think there is an abundance of value. Now is the time to hear what the professionals have to say. This is the first in a video series hosted by Mango featuring their Partners from across the world, including QSM Group’s Director, Gary Patrick.
It is important to make sure that you take steps throughout the software choosing process to help you make the best decision for your business. You need to truly understand what it is that you are needing the software to help you achieve and then investigate the available solutions in line with your needs. In this article we discuss a step by step approach to the software selection process.
Something that QHSE managers sometimes forget about is the value that can be unlocked by simply walking around the workplace… Have you heard of the technique Management By Wandering Around?
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) came into effect, the European Union’s data protection law. The GDPR does not just apply to business within the European Union, it applies to any business anywhere that uses personal data in relation to someone within the European Union. If you are an Australian business transacting with clients or other businesses within the European Union, the GDPR will apply to you.
Risk management is identifying, evaluating and controlling any current or potential threats to a business’ operation. Effective risk management can prevent an organisation’s exposure to loss, damage or legal threats. Having a solid risk management plan is the foundation for effective risk management.
This is a great guest blog by Ian Hendra from Clearline Services. This was first published in New Zealand’s QNewZ back in 2009. It is a story about leading and lagging indicators in business and is still very pertinent now.
The ISO Insights Report 2019 is a report released by Mango. It contains the results of surveying 242 organisations worldwide on the value that they have gotten from having ISO certification within their business.
Adopting ISO Compliance principles, with or without certification, can enhance your business’s productivity and performance tenfold. In this article we discuss four of the main ways in which ISO Compliance standards can help a business.
Ask the people in your compliance department what they have been doing this week. If they don’t tell you that they’ve been identifying trends, doing audits and carrying out improvement activities, then they were probably spending their time making your documents incrementally more beautiful. Beauty is only skin-deep – especially when it comes to compliance. Make it stop now.