Quality System

Qm + is a qualitysystem that helps companies to document quality at all levels of the organization.


System = When specified parts work together

The Quality Management System can be deliever with templates for risk assassment, checklists, process chart, deviation messages....
- With Qm+ the ISO system becomes more than just procedures.
- The requirements in procedures are visible in the message forms and checklists.
- A stored message goes automatically to the nearest manager, who will follow up the case.
- Registered messages are automatically included in all the graphs.
- The status of the follow-up of messages is visible to all parties concerned.

The requirements in contracts, standards, rules and procedures are found as categories in checklists and message forms. This is the foundation of the construction and use of Qm+. Therefore, Qm+ is a tool that can be used for all ISO systems or internal tasks!

The internal control method

Qm+ is a complete Quality and HSE-system, with predictable development costs!

Whether it is because of ISO standards or internal control legislation: the employees should participate!

In Qm+ you can find checklists, questionnaires, message forms for unwanted events, risk assessments and managing documents, legislation / regulations. Customers can simply add their own procedures and instructions. Afterwards, they can be accessed via links from the Qm+ forms when they are to be filled. Supervisory authorities and QA-auditors ask for praxis. It becomes more and more common that the companies' own auditors do QA-audits of their suppliers.

A collection of procedures from the Quality handbook is not enough!

Companies have to document the results of the practical use of the regulations in the form of filled-in message forms and questionnaires. Internal control and quality management is something that companies DO, not just have. It is the actions, results and follow-up of those which must be documented first and foremost. This shows that routines are active and working! In Qm+, this is done in a simple and transparent way by both employers and employees. The graph views show the status with just a few keystrokes. The daily life of top managers is made easier with Qm+.

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Quality management

ISO standards have new demands

from 1 October 2015

ISO's new structural organization of standards is implemented in revisions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards. For example there will be increased focus on effective process management, and the need for change management and sustainable development. It will become easier to implement new standards and integrate different management systems.
There will be a three-year transitional period for those who are certified according to the standards, before the management systems must be in line with the demands in the 2015 versions.

Significant changes are expected

in ISO 9001: 2015

Requirements for documented procedures are modernized and are now called documented information.
No requirement for a Quality Manual.
Preventive measures are not separate requirement elements, but an integral and essential part of management and risk management.
The role Management Representative lapses with enhanced management involvement.
The new method challenges organizations to analyze their risks.
Greater emphasis on planning and control of changes, including requirements for changes in processes and necessary changes of the management system.

This is why Qm+

is a useful and helpful tool

It helps managers and employees with a behaviour that ensures the quality of work.
With Qm+ they are set in motion (in Latin: motivere).
It is the practical quality work that is documented and followed up in Qm+.
The results can be presented to the ISO auditors. With Qm+ it is easier to document life and the lessons learned.


(Health - Safety - Environment)



To prevent adverse events from happening to humans, nature and constructions.


Internal control (also called self-monitoring).


The system requirements for internal control (IC) are defined in a number of regulations like the IC-regulations for HSE, Construction regulations, IC-food regulations, IC in Health and Social services, Drinking water regulations etc.. The common feature of all these requirements is that performed controls must be documented, as well as errors or adverse events if they happen. Equally important is that the follow-up of results from the management will also be documented.


Continuous improvement to prevent undesirable incidents on people, nature and buildings.

COMMON MISCONCEPTION: "We have all the procedures!" - BUT THAT IS NOT ENOUGH!

The companies must not only document how to perform the internal control procedures. The regulations say: "Internal control should be documented in the form and to the extent necessary on the basis of the company's nature, activities, risk conditions and size". The supervisory authorities request to see also the results of the internal controls, not only the procedures! Only when the results cannot be documented, such as last month's results of the safety inspection, deviation messages and risk analysis, the question of describing the procedures emerges.


Managing documents like regulations, laws, procedures are also added to the Qm+ database. This is necessary in order to be able to link the relevant procedures to the various message forms.
Examples of templates for a variety of procedures and business areas are included by default in Qm+. These must be adapted to each organization's own routines.


is the tool that makes it easier to document the results of internal controls.

Environmental certification



companies are Environmentally certified.
Whether they are certified by Miljøfyrtårn (2000) or they are ISO 14000-certified (750), the system requirements are the same, regardless of certification. Environmentally certified companies measure in addition events and facts related to energy use, waste management, health, etc. With Qm+ companies can report results in an easier and more efficient way.


Qm+ makes IC -food management easier and result oriented

IC - food regulations have the same system requirements as the other internal control regulations


to be used proactively to prevent defects.


which is the international term for the risk analysis of ordering, accepting for processing and tendering / dining, and waste management.


which ensure that system failures are identified and corrected.


cleaning equipment, clothes, hand washing / hygiene and location.


The contents of
deviation message forms,
risk analysis,
procedures and instructions,
you can find in Qm+ ready to use!