For Quality Standards or Management Systems, there are countless consultants, solutions and providers, making the whole consulting process convoluted, confusing and often frustrating. Our customers often tell us that their perception of a Management System is of loads of manuals, policies and procedures, frameworks, rules – basically a mountain of bureaucracy and red-tape burden. Quality Assurance process is often viewed as a tick-box exercise and enforcer of compliance with both internally and externally imposed standards and rules.
We agree that there is a time and place for checks and balances, rules and regulation, policies and procedures, however management systems standards and expectations of stakeholders have progressed beyond a compliance only mindset. VERRACORP helps organisations of varying sizes and industries to help them realise the true benefit of a management system that supports and enables success. Taking a human-centric, risk-based and a practical approach, we can ensure that our customers have implemented sustainable, continually improving and value adding processes and systems.
We have in-depth experience and in-market knowledge bases across various industries in the areas of management systems consultation, auditing and all things quality. We work collaboratively with both the frontline and management to understand the operational needs and design systems that benefit all key stakeholders and help enable success. VERRACORP supports your journey from inception to completion and often with post-implementation review and support. Consider this;
Do you think your organisation want to formalise a management system or improve and streamline an existing system?
- Are you over burdened with red-tape, paper work and bureaucratic processes?
- Are you considering Certification to ISO standards but scared of potentially onerous requirements?
- Has your current management system failed to bring the business benefits you hoped for?
- Are you looking to integrate existing systems or add third party certifications?
If you answered YES to any of the above, then get in touch with us. VERRACORP is best placed to assist you in designing and implementing the most lean and effective management system that is not only compliant but more importantly adds value.
ISO 9001 Consulting
ISO9001 is the internationally recognised standard for the quality management in organisations irrespective of size of industry. It specifies the requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS) when an organisation; needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements; and aims to enhance customer…
ISO 14001 Consulting
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ISO 17025 Consulting
ISO 17025 is useful for any organisation that performs testing, sampling or calibration and wants reliable results. This includes all types of laboratories, whether they be owned and operated by government, industry or, in fact, any other organisation. The standard is also useful to universities, research centres, governments, regulators, inspection bodies, product certification entities and…
ISO 31000 Consulting
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ISO 45001 Consulting
ISO 45001 (AS/NZ 4801) standard is for organisations that are serious about improving employee safety, reducing workplace risks and creating better, safer working conditions. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), there are currently more than 2.78 million deaths a year as a result of occupational accidents or work-related diseases, in addition to 374 million…