ESTABLISHING INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (IMS) THROUGH INTEGRATION OF STANDARD ISO 9001, ISO 14001 AND ISO 45001 IN THE SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT OF INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE ‘VINCA’

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Milica Ćurčić
Sanja Petronić
Đurica Katnić
Ratko Balić
Dubravka Milovanović

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Introducing standards into management processes in enterprises, laboratories, control bodies, etc. have the great importance both for the improvement of business and for its basic survival. Over time, standards have become an integral part of each system. At the same time, through the feedback, standards have been changing in order to improve management system and to fulfill of the common interests of the system and the user. One of the main improvements of management is the integration of the standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. The aim of this paper is to present the benefits of implementing an integrated quality, environmental, occupational health and safety management system in order to improve the realization of scientific research projects and in processes of applied research in the Scientific Department of Institute of Nuclear Science ‘Vinca‘. Through integration of standards ISO 9001, ISO14001 and ISO 45001 the Scientific Department has established, documented, applied and maintained an integrated quality management system, which elements will be further discussed. In order to achieve a sustainable development of scientific, educational, technical and market-oriented business system, the Scientific Department continuously improves effectiveness of integrated quality management system.

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