ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management Systems
Now mandatory for many contexts, it is often considered a useless burden of one's processes and a source of bureaucracy.
Nothing could be more wrong: the ISO 9001: 2015 standard is a very powerful and even more flexible tool than previous editions.
Having a Quality Management System, also taking advantage of the numerous incentives available, will allow your organization to take a leap forward in the production / supply of products and services that increasingly meet the requirements you set yourself.
Our Consultants are specialists in implementing agile, flexible and non-invasive systems.
ISO 14001:2015 and EMAS
Environmental Management Systems are an excellent tool to protect your organization from environmental offenses, which are heavily sanctioned by current regulations.
Furthermore, controlling and improving one's own environmental performances through a certified system will certainly provide a competitive advantage in tenders and in a context in which companies and individuals show strong sensitivity towards the environment and its protection.
Food Safety Management Systems and supply chain traceability systems are powerful tools for managing and organizing what is already provided for by current regulations on Food Hygiene and Traceability. The implementation of the system ensures a strong control of its internal processes, compliance with the regulations and a strong protection of the company from scandals and unwanted consequences.
OH&S Management Systems
The direct and indirect costs for companies deriving from sanctions, processes, compensation, accidents, absenteeism in the workplace are incredibly high, and often underestimated.
The Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems allow excellent compliance with the regulations, the reduction of direct and indirect costs and access to reductions and financing, as well as an indispensable or useful requirement for participation in many tenders. public and private.
More and more big brands and multinationals require their suppliers to guarantee respect for human rights, workers and regulations; having a Social Accountability System allows you to have a "stamp" of social responsibility to enhance the attention to the worker of your company on the market.