Publication detail

The Role of MMS in an Integrated Management for Improving Production Efficiency and Quality

DURAKBASA, N. MUKHAMETZIANOVA, L. BAS, G. GÜCLÜ, E.

Original Title

The Role of MMS in an Integrated Management for Improving Production Efficiency and Quality

English Title

The Role of MMS in an Integrated Management for Improving Production Efficiency and Quality

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Over the last years, many organizations including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly implementing integrated management systems (IMS) in order to development and improvement of competitiveness. IMS is a complex unit of interconnected requirements of two or more management system standards, which are incorporated into the overall corporate management system. Implementation of the integrated management system is more effective than separate implementation of management systems, such as: quality management system, environmental management system, safety and workers health management system. With the advent of the international standard ISO 50001 – Energy Management System, which has a similar structure as ISO standards 9001, 14001 and 22000, the opportunity to integrate energy management system with other systems, has appeared. Interaction between man and machine, or the man-machine system (MMS) is an important component of production process. It is typical to consider MMS in terms of ergonomics or safety, although results of man-machine interaction may also affect the products quality and environment.This article describes the role of MMS in an integrated management system in the small and medium-sized enterprises.

English abstract

Over the last years, many organizations including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly implementing integrated management systems (IMS) in order to development and improvement of competitiveness. IMS is a complex unit of interconnected requirements of two or more management system standards, which are incorporated into the overall corporate management system. Implementation of the integrated management system is more effective than separate implementation of management systems, such as: quality management system, environmental management system, safety and workers health management system. With the advent of the international standard ISO 50001 – Energy Management System, which has a similar structure as ISO standards 9001, 14001 and 22000, the opportunity to integrate energy management system with other systems, has appeared. Interaction between man and machine, or the man-machine system (MMS) is an important component of production process. It is typical to consider MMS in terms of ergonomics or safety, although results of man-machine interaction may also affect the products quality and environment.This article describes the role of MMS in an integrated management system in the small and medium-sized enterprises.

Keywords

man-machine system, integrated management, production efficiency, quality

RIV year

2013

Released

26.07.2013

ISBN

978-0-9860419-0-7

Book

Vision 2020: Innovation, Development Sustainability, and Economic Growth

Pages from

1385

Pages to

1393

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101137,
  author="Numan Muhammet {Durakbasa} and Leisan {Mukhametzianova} and Gökcen {Bas} and Erol {Güclü}",
  title="The Role of MMS in an Integrated Management for Improving Production Efficiency and Quality",
  annote="Over the last years, many organizations including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly implementing integrated management systems (IMS) in order to development and improvement of competitiveness. IMS is a complex unit of interconnected requirements of two or more management system standards, which are incorporated into the overall corporate management system. Implementation of the integrated management system is more effective than separate implementation of management systems, such as: quality management system, environmental management system, safety and workers health management system. With the advent of the international standard ISO 50001 – Energy Management System, which has a similar structure as ISO standards 9001, 14001 and 22000, the opportunity to integrate energy management system with other systems, has appeared. Interaction between man and machine, or the man-machine system (MMS) is an important component of production process. It is typical to consider MMS in terms of ergonomics or safety, although results of man-machine interaction may also affect the products quality and environment.This article describes the role of MMS in an integrated management system in the small and medium-sized enterprises.",
  booktitle="Vision 2020: Innovation, Development Sustainability, and Economic Growth",
  chapter="101137",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="july",
  pages="1385--1393",
  type="conference paper"
}