IQSMS is a web based Safety, Quality and Risk Management System, which has been developed by Safety and Quality Management experts with many years of experience in the aviation, maritime and offshore industry. Due to the modular setup of the software, our customers can decide which modules support their company most effectively. To ensure an efficient implementation, our main goal, apart from complying with all relevant legal requirements, is to provide a user-friendly software. The easy handling of IQSMS is appreciated by all our clients, resulting in high functionality even among personnel not working with IQSMS on a daily basis (e.g. line management, operations personnel.)
Manage all your Safety, Quality and Risk Management data in a single integrated tool. To improve the workflow and reduce administrative workload, information can be transferred easily from one module to another. The centralization of information helps your organization identify internal risk trends by considering the data entered in the various IQSMS modules. In addition, IQSMS facilitates the identification of relevant risk mitigation tasks.
Support your managers with the tracking of their open tasks. Whether they have some quality findings still open, tasks to complete in a Management of Change project, or corrective actions to take on occurrence/hazard reports, IQSMS will simplify the process. The centralized Action Board shows all outstanding actions on a single screen. No additional navigation through IQSMS is required to get an overview of all your tasks.
Every organization is built up differently and ASQS is aware of that. Since our clients range from small aircraft operators to some of the largest airlines in the world, we have a lot of experience in customizing IQSMS. With the implementation of IQSMS you do not have to change your organizational processes. We analyze your specific requirements together with you and customize IQSMS to suit your needs.
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