ICS provides systematic solutions for building quality, environmental, health and safety management. Besides, ICS focus on risk business management in IT security management system, medical devices, energy management system.

ISO/TS16949: Quality management system (QMS) for automotive parts or car manufacturing

The approach is process input, output and its performance indicators realization. The core tools shall be supported in process design and development (APQP/FMEA), statistical process control (SPC) and measurement system analysis (MSA) and part production approval process (PPAP).

ISO9001: Quality management system for non-automotive parts or car manufacturing

The approach is Plan, Do, Check and Act for any process in management system. It combines between business and quality management system. 

OHSAS 18001: Occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS)

The risk methodology is developed in process, job safety analysis and risk assessment system. The risk priority number shall be defined in both indicators of health and safety management.      

ISO27001: Risk management in IT security management system (ISMS)

The service of agreement shall be documented and cascaded into business processes with Confidentiality, Integrity, Asset (C.I.A) properties. The risk criteria shall be defined and documented with all level effected.

ISO13485: Risk management in medical device  

The compliance of legal requirements for medical devices shall be applicable according to customer requirements. The risk management shall be defined and documented.

ISO50001: Energy management system (EnMS)  

The base line of energy sources effected to business performance and energy performance shall be analyzed and documented with Key Energy performance indicators. Energy and business development shall be hand in hand developed. The environmental management system can be integrated with this system as supporting function for sustainable development for any enterprise.

 ISO140001: Environmental management system (EMS)  

The environmental aspects and impacts related to normal, abnormal activities shall be identified. The operational control procedures shall be established. The legal compliance shall be maintained through internal audit