CERTIFICATION OF SYSTEMS
Certification of quality management systems ISO 9001:2015
The purpose of this regulation is to implement a standard management system. Specifically, ISO 9001: 2015 certified companies implement a quality management system that includes the following key points:
– knowledge of the main business processes with the aim of promptly identifying opportunities and avoiding potential risks
– performing certification and maintenance audits increases trust and strengthens the image for customers and other interested parties
Currently a reduction in bureaucracy is being undertaken and vision is focused on risk analysis and management.
Certification of environmental management systems ISO 14001:2015
The certification of the environmental management system allows the organisation to demonstrate to the institutions, general public and customers its commitment to respecting the environment.
The ISO 14001: 2015 certified company is able to minimise risks and constantly improve environmental performance. It also focuses on verifying the complete life cycle of goods and services, according to sustainable development.
An entrepreneurial orientation ready for sustainable success strengthens trust in customers, suppliers and partners. It also strengthens its image on the market.
Certification for occupational health and safety protection (BS OHSAS 18001: 2007 will be replaced from 11 March 2021 by ISO 45001)
Companies that want to enhance their commitment to ensuring safety and health in the workplace with a safety management system can use this BS standard.
Thanks to this system, productivity is improved (less lost working days) and it increases approval of the employer.
Improving and increasing trust in customers, employees and partners is possible through an accurate evaluation aimed at investigating the following issues:
analysis of business risks, awareness of real and potential risks, manual with safety procedures, analysis of accident statistics and improvement objectives.
Certification of IT security management systems (ISMS) ISO 27001:2014
The ISO 27001 standard published in 2013 was translated into Italian and converted into the UNI standard in March 2014 as UNI CEI ISO/IEC 27001: 2014 – IT technologies – Security technology – IT security management systems – Requirements.
The standard specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continuously improving a management system for IT security and dealing with any risks related to IT security (adapted to the needs of the organisation).
It is important to raise awareness (both the company itself and also those who use the services/products offered by the same) that information is an asset to be protected; this guarantees the legal and contractual bases and promotes trust in contact with customers, public organisations and e-commerce.
SA 8000 certification
It is useful for companies operating in the global market or in areas where it is important to underline the commitment to socially and ethically sustainable work respectful of the Stakeholders (stakeholders, e.g. non-governmental organisations, trade unions, mass media, etc.).
Certification 22000: 2015
In the food sector and in the production of feed there are requirements for the analysis of critical points (temperature, crossed paths etc.), therefore, the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) issued in the context of the so-called “Codex Alimentarius” by the World Health Organization (WHO – this year appears in its 21st edition), the PAS 220: 2008 standard (a standard that describes in detail the system of the requirements necessary for the safe production of food raw materials) and the ISO 22000 standard (Food Safety Management System – FSMS). This groups together all the previous regulations and defines the requirements of the food safety management system throughout the production chain, starting from the raw material to the final product, including packaging, protection and distribution.
Thanks to the combination of system management and critical control points, the ISO 22000 standard contains indications on everything that has proved efficient and effective in the field of quality management and food safety control. The ISO 22000 standard refers to established methods, in particular regarding production technological processes, hygiene standards regarding production, transport, storage and control systems.
It is important that the system develops and improves together with the technological and social development of the company; in this way it will become an integral part of corporate management both from a human and financial point of view.
UNI 11200: 2010 – UNI EN 15838: 2010
Through this standard, the company obtains relationship services with the customer, with the consumer and with members of the public through contact centres. It is therefore necessary to have a management strategy and policy, an area dedicated to human resources, a “complex” infrastructure (with communication channels, a work environment, data back-up), defined processes (MKTG campaigns, service design, operational centres and data analysis) and an area reserved for customer satisfaction analysis (implicit and explicit survey).
UNI CEI 11352 – UNI CEI EN ISO 50001: 2011
This is an Italian standard that establishes the minimum requirements for companies that want to carry out the role of Energy Service Company (ESCo).
The 50001 standard specifies the requirements to create, start up, maintain and improve an energy management system. The objective of this system is to allow an organisation to pursue, with a systematic approach, continuous improvement of its energy performance, including energy efficiency and energy consumption and use.
The SV group manages the two standards integrating them with the 14001: 2004 system, developing monitoring with spreadsheets