The template includes a list of the most common types of internal and external issues within the context of your organisation, and a lookup column to the Controls list enables you to demonstrate how you mitigate Weaknesses and Threats and enhance Strengths and Opportunities.
The organisation has identified all issues relevant to its purpose and strategic direction, affecting its ability to achieve its MS (Management System)’s intended result(s).
For this purpose, the senior management of the Organisation has organised meetings to conduct a SWOT Analysis, with the relevant people of the company, at the beginning of the development of the Management System.
The external and internal issues covered by the SWOT Analysis are the ones that are relevant to the purpose of the organisation and that affect its ability to achieve the continual improvement of its Management System and the improvement of its performance.
Examples of potentially relevant issues are:
The Documentation guide has been designed in conjunction with the how-to guides to explain how these one to ten steps correlate with ISO standards (ISO 9001, 14001, 27001 & 45001).
When implementing your ISO Management system by using the “How to Guides”, the “Document Guide” (one to ten steps) offers an explanation of the documented procedures that an organisation is recommended to follow based on the clauses from the ISO 9001,14001, 27001 & 45001. In conjunction with the required ISO standard, the organisation will be able to produce its own ISO Management System, which will offer guidance and controls to the business.
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