In the nuclear industry, Quality Management Systems are extremely important, especially if one wishes to improve public acceptance of radioactive solutions. There is normally minimum communication between the public and scientists, especially in nuclear science. People are not comfortable with nuclear technology, based on the past history of the Chernobyl catastrophe. Consequently, it is difficult to discuss important and sensitive issues like disposing of nuclear waste. Quality Management Systems can improve public confidence and communication. Integrated Management Systems in the project planning stage of the project can be a proactive step towards preventing unnecessary delays and costs. Most people believe that a Quality Management System is quality control only and forget the aspect of Quality assurance. The project managers are more concerned with finishing the project and saving costs. Quality holds together the three pillars of project management, which are schedule, costs and scope. There are a plethora of things that can go wrong if the Quality Management System is not implemented on time, like scope changes that are not captured, monitored and controlled.