PAS 99:2012 – Available for public consultation

This Publicly Available Specification (PAS) specifies common management system requirements and is intended to be used as a framework for implementing two or more management system standards/specifications in an integrated way.

It draws together the common requirements in management system standards/specifications based on the new guidance provided by ISO to standard writers (Guide 83). Guide 83 provides a high level structure and common text which will be utilised in new management system standards and in revisions to existing standards.

PAS 99 is primarily intended to be used in combination with management system standards/specifications such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO/IEC 27001, ISO 22000, ISO/IEC 20000, ISO 22301 and OHSAS 18001 and can be applied to all sizes and types of organization, which use more than one management system standard.

If you are interested in this developing PAS, please download at PAS 99 Second draft 1.7 and provide comments to BSI by Thursday, 12 April 2012.


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3 Responses to PAS 99:2012 – Available for public consultation

  1. Pierre-Yves Baumann says:

    Hello Andrew, I know that I am too late now, but is there a third draft of PAS 99 I could read and possibly comment to BSI ? Thanks in advance. Best regards. PYB

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