The Sapira™® Logo, Trade Mark and Process was registered in March 1997 (Reg No 2127819) and then renewed again with additions in Jan 2007 (Reg No 2444121)

The elements of SAPIRA-IMS®.

  • The SAPIRA™® process (Survey, Assess, Plan, Implement, Review, Audit)
  • Sapira-IMS the Integrated Management System (Sapira-IMS®) Framework
  • The Sapira and Sapira-IMS Document Library
  • The combined Intellectual Property of Mark East and Phil Heath in creating Sapira-IMS®
  • The Sapira DAR Software
  • Sapira Software

    One of the immediate benefits you will get is the use of the Sapira-DAR software. This will act not only as the project implementation tool but it holds all of the critical documents as well.

  • Q. What about implementation we will need some help?

    A. Of course, that's what we do best. Sapira's team of implementation specialists will take you step by step through the process towards certification and, if you need us to undertake much of the implementation changes as well if you need us to. Remember we know what we're doing we've done it before.

We know what we are doing we've done it before.

Not only have we done it before but we've done it with more than just ISO9001: 2000 and ISO14001:2004.

Why not talk to us about what you are looking to achieve? Certification is not essential to attain the benefits that come from the rationalisation process.

  • Keith Rann- Sapira-IMS HSE Specialist.

    The fact that you are using in part or whole the elements of Sapira-IMS® will give external auditors the confidence that you are using leading best practice. As a result references to the use of an IMS approach can help in mitigation of perceived risks

  • Mark Ryland- Sapira-IMS QMS Specialist.

    Some might say this is similar to marking your homework because an independent party is not involved. We believe that only independent and repeatable certification audits to a defined standard are acceptable as evidence of conformity and continual improvement.

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