We are thrilled to introduce the FQM blog, which is intended to bring some interesting and thought provoking comments and views on various QHSE themes and other topics.
The world of QHSE is one that is changing constantly. All business, regardless of size or sector need to pay close attention.
20 March 2018
Our QHSE Coordinator Calum started his career in QHSE after several years working in Ops Recruitment. Follow his progress here, where Calum will document his journey into QHSE with FQM.
22 February 2018
ISO 45001, the new Occupational Health and Safety management system standard is coming. Do you know what to expect from the standard which will replace OHSAS 18001?
22 January 2018
Very few normal people enjoy going to the dentist but for most, it makes sense! Is it time you booked a check-up?
9 January 2018
If your organisation is certified against the old versions of ISO 9001 and 14001 you are running out of time to start the process of transitioning to the 2015 versions of the standards. To understand what you need to do - read on.
20 December 2017
2017 has been a year of growth for FQM. In this blog, we break down what we've been doing... in numbers.
20 November 2017
An answer to the big question: what level of Safety Training should organisations provide for non-safety personnel?
25 October 2017
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will change how businesses operate when it comes into effect on May 25 2018. There’s a mounting sense of panic in businesses of all sizes, which will only develop as ‘GDPR-day’ nears. By first understanding more about GDPR, it will be easier to look at your business and ‘diagnose’ your situation.
15 September 2017
Amos Beech chose to build their new IMS on Mango QHSE Compliance Software, helping them achieve full UKAS Accredited Certification to ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007.
22 August 2017
The internet gives businesses the tools to drastically improve their Integrated Management Systems, but this is something businesses are only just beginning to realise.
10 July 2017
Human failure can be separated into two general categories: error and violation. The correct response to human failure varies significantly depending on the mechanism of failure.
8 June 2017
In a cost challenged environment is it right to drive everything to the cheapest option?
20 April 2017
Opinion piece: the critical role of experience in training.
21 March 2017
Missed the live webinar? Watch a recording here.
20 January 2017
We are thrilled to introduce the FQM blog, which is intended to bring some interesting and thought provoking comments and views on various QHSE topics.