Integrated quality, environmental, occupational health and safety management systems (IMS) are well known and deployed by various industries with different level of success. Still, a very limited number of theoretical and empirical researches focus on interrelation of IMS and sustainable development. The authors consider IMS as a tool for implementing the concept of sustainable development at the organization’s level. The aim of the paper is to analyse how IMS should be designed so that it can be used for building a socially responsible organization that contributes to sustainable development. Several research methods, such as analysis of academical and professional publications, logical and comparative analysis are applied in this research, as well as survey on the depth of IMS integration was developed and distributed among organizations in Latvia that have an integrated quality, environmental, occupational health and safety management system. Survey revealed that understanding of IMS complexity, its integration levels and possibilities varies. Limitations of theoretical research: Quality Management (ISO 9001:2008), Environmental Management (14001:2004) and Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001:2007) standards based Integrated Management Systems.