Does your management system help you achieve operational and business objectives?

Management systems implemented by Kestrel Management can help:

Reduce financial impact of incidents and losses

Management Systems Experts

Enhance operating efficiencies

Management Systems - Business Advantages

By developing and implementing an aligned management system, organizations should achieve improved and more reliable compliance performance — while adding measurable and recognizable business value. 

A well-designed and deployed management system will also enable an organization to meet its goals and to operate in a way that protects and enhances the environment, safeguards the health and safety of employees and communities, complies with environmental laws and regulations, and continuously improves business performance.

Facilitated Approach

Kestrel provides a facilitated approach whereby the system design is based on the company’s thinking and preferences.

Onsite work sessions involve both management personnel and operations employees who are engaged in developing and implementing the system.

Training-Based Process

Deployment Strategy

We suggest deploying the management system at a representative pilot location. This allows improvements to be captured that will enhance company-wide implementation and operationalization.

We address many of our clients’ most difficult operational challenges — ENVIRONMENTAL, SAFETY, QUALITY, FOOD SAFETY — and work with management to deliver reliable, achievable, and sustainable solutions.

Contact Us for a No-Obligation Consultation

We will discuss your situation and develop a plan to design and implement a system that aligns with your operational and business objectives.

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Meet stakeholder reporting expectations

What Our Clients Are Saying:

"I participated in the site visits with Kestrel and it was quite evident that Kestrel had subject matter experts in safety. Furthermore, they were able to have candid discussions with employees in operations because it was obvious that they knew their stuff. Additionally, Kestrel was also able to provide some best practice ideas to the field."

- Utility Company

Additional references available upon request.

Our Approach to Management System Development & Standardization

Kestrel strives to optimize the sequencing and scheduling of the management system design and deployment process — building in the Plan-Do-Check-Adjust cycle as part of deployment — to shorten the cycle time, avoid duplication of effort, and use lessons learned.

Ensure compliance with regulatory obligations

Understand and manage acquisition liabilities

What Is ISO 45001?

Having trouble understanding what requirements for an occupational, health & safety management system (OHSMS) are included in ISO 45001?

Download our Q&A about the new ISO 45001 standard.

Transitioning to ISO 14001:2015

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) released the new ISO 14001:2015 standard in September 2015. With its release came a three-year period to transition (September 2018 deadline). With that deadline drawing closer…

Download our guide to transitioning to ISO 14001:2015.

Transitioning to ISO 14001:2015

Top Reasons to Pursue a Food Safety Management System

It is critical for management to align food safety objectives with business needs for a successful and meaningful program implementation. If your company needs help determining the need for a food safety management system (FSMS)...

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Top Reasons to Pursue a Food Safety Management System

ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Changes

The ISO 9001:2015 update is designed to simplify the requirements, focus more on business needs, and make the ISO standards more user-friendly. Learn how changes will impact your business by...

Download our guide to ISO 9001:2015 major organizational changes.

What Is ISO 45001?

Having trouble understanding what requirements for an occupational, health & safety management system (OHSMS) are included in ISO 45001?

Download our Q&A about the new ISO 45001 standard.

ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Changes

The ISO 9001:2015 update is designed to simplify the requirements, focus more on business needs, and make the ISO standards more user-friendly. Learn how changes will impact your business by...

Download our guide to ISO 9001:2015 major organizational changes.
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