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ISO 27001 ISMS Implementation

At Cyber Framework Solutions, our frameworks are globally recognised for building and maintaining an ISMS (Information Security Management System) designed to protect your assets, within your organisation.​ Our frameworks are easy to use and clear in demonstrating data security, as well as mitigating risk to prevent data breaches. They can also be used to meet compliance of data protection regulations.

At Cyber Framework Solutions, our frameworks are globally recognised for building and maintaining an ISMS (Information Security Management System) designed to protect your assets, within your organisation.​Our frameworks are easy to use and clear in demonstrating data security, as well as mitigating risk to prevent data breaches.

They can also be used to meet compliance of data protection regulations.

  • Agree security priorities through ISMS objectives and set the direction for the ISMF’s future.

  • Own the ISO27001 assurance tasks. 

  • Perform an annual management review of the ISMS (Information Security Management System). ​

  • Agree and review the ISMS risk register. ​

  • Evaluate the treatment of risks, agree the risk values, and make decisions about accepting risks. ​

  • Transfer risks to a designated owner, where the risks are not owned by one of the ISMF members. ​

  • Establish necessary risk treatment plans. ​

  • Review the security event and incident log and any corrective action.​

  • Identify trends in security incidents and use this information to refine the risk scores in the risk register.​

  • Increase the security awareness of the team by disseminating any applicable security information. ​

  • Measure and review the effectiveness of the ISMS and the security controls.

  • Act as approval body for ISMS documents. ​

  • Share ideas and concerns on business risk and security issues. 

ISO 7101 HQM Implementation

The foundation of a healthcare organisation's quality management system rests on the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) model. This iterative approach facilitates continuous improvement through recurring cycles of performance measurement and change assessment. In the context of quality management in healthcare, the PDSA model is outlined as follows:

  • Plan: Define healthcare quality objectives and establish processes necessary to achieve outcomes aligned with the organisation's quality policy.

  • Do: Execute the planned processes.

  • Study: Monitor, measure, and assess processes against the organization's policies, objectives, and operational criteria, and communicate the findings.

  • Act: Implement actions aimed at continual improvement based on the results obtained.

ISO 9001 QMS Implementation

ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard that can benefit any size organisation, and is designed to be a powerful business improvement tool.

An ISO 9001 Quality Management system will help you to continually monitor and manage quality across your business so you can identify areas for improvement. It's recognised as the world’s most widely adopted Quality Management System (QMS) - it is the quality system of choice!

The ISO 9001 standard requires your organisation to address seven key areas, also known as clauses.

  1. Context of the organisation

  2. Leadership

  3. Planning

  4. Support

  5. Operation

  6. Performance evaluation

  7. Improvement

When you certify to ISO 9001 you will join over a million organisations globally who have improved their businesses with this management system standard.

ISO 45001 OH&S Implementation

Implementing ISO 45001 involves several key steps to establish an effective occupational health and safety management system (OH&SMS). Here's a general overview of the implementation process:

  1. Commitment and Leadership: Top management commitment is essential for successful implementation. Leaders should demonstrate their support for occupational health and safety initiatives and allocate necessary resources.

  2. Gap Analysis: Conduct a gap analysis to assess the organisation's current OH&S practices and identify areas where improvements are needed to meet ISO 45001 requirements.

  3. Establish OH&S Policy and Objectives: Develop an occupational health and safety policy that reflects the organisation's commitment to providing a safe and healthy work environment. Define measurable objectives and targets to improve OH&S performance.

  4. Leadership and Worker Involvement: Involve employees at all levels in the implementation process. Establish clear roles, responsibilities, and lines of communication for OH&S management.

  5. Risk Assessment and Hazard Identification: Identify and assess occupational health and safety hazards and determine appropriate controls to mitigate risks. Consider both workplace hazards and potential risks related to the organization's activities, products, and services.

  6. Documentation and Procedures: Develop documented procedures and processes for implementing, maintaining, and continually improving the OH&SMS. Documented information may include OH&S policy, objectives, risk assessments, procedures, records, and evidence of competence.

  7. Training and Awareness: Provide training and awareness programs to ensure employees understand their roles and responsibilities regarding occupational health and safety. Training should cover topics such as hazard identification, risk assessment, emergency procedures, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

  8. Monitoring and Measurement: Establish processes for monitoring and measuring OH&S performance, including the effectiveness of controls and compliance with legal and other requirements. Use performance indicators and metrics to track progress toward OH&S objectives and targets.

  9. Internal Audit: Conduct internal audits to assess the effectiveness of the OH&SMS and identify areas for improvement. Internal audits should be conducted by competent personnel who are independent of the audited areas.

  10. Management Review: Hold regular management reviews to evaluate the performance of the OH&SMS, discuss audit findings, review OH&S objectives and targets, and identify opportunities for improvement.

  11. Continual Improvement: Continuously monitor and evaluate the OH&SMS to identify opportunities for improvement. Take corrective actions to address nonconformities and improve the effectiveness of the system over time.

By following these steps, organisations can effectively implement ISO 45001 and establish a robust occupational health and safety management system to protect employees and prevent work-related injuries and illnesses.

ISO 41001 Facility Management Implementation

Facility management is one of the fastest growing professional and operational disciplines and it needs some global consistency. That is where ISO 41001 can help. 

ISO 41001 is the international standard for a Facility Management (FM) system. It provides a framework to develop, implement and maintain effective facilities management across different sectors worldwide.

Supported by the quality management principles these requirements help your business to successfully implement an effective QMS (Quality Management System).

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

ISO 14001 is the business improvement tool that helps organisations implement a flexible and robust environmental management system, making them more resilient and sustainable. It brings environmental management into the heart of an organisation, complementing business strategy and helping improve environmental performance over time. Incorporating the latest environmental thinking including lifecycle perspective it helps provide greater protection for the environment.

Our framework helps you focus on the increasing expectations of customers and other stakeholders, as well as regulatory requirements. It’s flexible and agile so you can make it work for your business.


That’s how ISO 14001:2015 really adds value.

ISO Audit Support

We Audit business process against ISO 27001/9001 examining, evaluating an organisation's, internal/external controls and processes, to ensure that they are reliable, accurate, and comply with applicable laws and regulations.

This can be structured on monthly, quarterly or 6 month intervals, as required to tailor a need.

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