Quality Management Systems ISO 9001 The globally recognized EN ISO 9001 standard represents a process and system-oriented approach to quality management and continuous improvement. The EN ISO 9001 standard makes it possible for all kinds of organization to institute a management system that is specifically suited to its needs and circumstances.

The ISO 9001 standard specifies the general requirements for the development, implementation and improvement of business operation in order to meet customer requirements. The ISO 9001 standard can be applied by any organization that wants to improve its operation, regardless of size or field of application, and is the most prevalent worldwide management standard.

The EN ISO 9001 standard defines the requirements for quality management systems and serves by supporting the setup of an internal process-oriented management system, with the objective of satisfying customer demands as well as statutory and official requirements, increasing customer satisfaction, and instituting and establishing a process of constant improvement.

Thanks to being process-oriented and committed to constant improvement, a working quality management system contributes towards increasing customer satisfaction and improving competitiveness and cost effectiveness

Benefits Standard ISO 9001 implementation in the daily business practice of an organization emphasizes also the importance of:

Optimizing the performance of the Organization results combined with the necessary resources in order to keep its competitiveness globally.
The customer is confident that the supplied product and/or service confirms to the specification agreed between the Customer & Organization & complies with the statutory & regulatory requirements.
By efficient operations & increased productivity the cost is reduced of the product / service.
Continual improvement in Customer & interested parties satisfaction ( Social environment )
Creating a competitive advantage and attracting new customers and investors in the international markets.
   

Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001 The ISO 14001 standard can be established, applied and certified by any organization, independently of their size and their field of application. ISO 14001 (EMS) standard specifies the general requirements for the establishment of an Environmental Management System in a company. EMS focuses on the recognition of all of the environmental aspects and the effective management of the consequences of the company’s activities and eventually the achievement of improvement of the company’s total performance of the company in this sector.

BenefitsThe environmental management systems according to ISO 14001 provide the opportunity of the identification, assessment and management of the environmental aspects of an organization aiming to:

The improvement of the image of the organization to the public.
The prevention of the environment.
The compliance with the local legislation and the fines avoidance.
The preservation of the natural resources and the cost reduction.
The improvement of the communication with the Authorities.
The continual improvement in Environmental performance.
   

Occupational Health & Safety OHSAS 18001 OHSAS 18001 standard specify the general requirements for the establishment of an Occupational Health and Safety Management System in a company. They focus on the effective control of all of the occupational hazards and for all the interested parties (employees, visitors, providers, society), as well as the achievement of improvements in the total occupational health and safety performance of the company. These standards aim to cover occupational health and safety, not product or process safety.

A management system in accordance with OHSAS 18001 standards may be established, applied and certified by any organization, independently of their size and their activities.

Benefits

Reduced incident and accident rates.
Improved performance monitoring and accident reporting.
Decrease in insurance premiums.
Improved levels of compliance to health and safety legislation.
Reduced likelihood of fines and prosecutions, which in turn can lead to less HSE or local regulator visits and lower insurance.
Premiums, providing financial benefit.