Every entrepreneurial culture oriented to sustainable success foresees a continuous attention to the protection of the environment, understood as a credible and constant research of knowledge and containment of its own impact on the territory.
The ISO 14001 standard establishes valid requirements and criteria throughout the world to implement efficient and effective environmental management systems.
The new 2015 revision of the standard calls for consideration of aspects of potential external impact, relevant to the organization concerned and its stakeholders.
Attention is also extended to the verification of the complete life cycle of goods and services.
The protection of the environment remains the first objective, but the new standard also aims at the need to manage and control the responsibilities relating to the environment in order to transform them into ecological pillars of sustainable development.

The OHSAS 18001 standard specifies the requirements for an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (SGSSL), to allow an Organization to control its OSH risks and improve its performance.

The technological progress in continuous and rapid evolution creates discontinuity in all sectors, the development of new social paradigms and the increasingly globalized markets offer constantly new scenarios.
It is necessary to acquire a systematic and up-to-date knowledge of the developments and needs of the economic context to which they belong and the specific expectations of the interested parties to promote a logic of satisfaction and market loyalty.
This sensitivity to change allows the organization to promptly recognize the challenges to be faced in the short and long term and then define the ways in which to orientate its processes to improve performance.
Risk-oriented management helps the organization to prioritize actions to be developed, on the one hand, to prevent hazards and, on the other, to exploit opportunities successfully and at the right time.
Ensuring that the necessary skills and knowledge are available in increasingly complex scenarios are complex tasks with which each organization must increasingly confront.

The ISO 22000 certification attests, for the organizations of each dimension and operating in the agri-food chain, attention in the comparisons of food safety and the ability to manage risks connected.
The key aspects of the service are:

  • definition of clear and concrete objectives of the management model
  • objective verification of the effectiveness of its food safety management system
  • greater traceability of products throughout the supply chain
  • guarantee of consumers 'and business partners' expectations regarding quality and safety
  • demonstration of compliance with legal requirements
  • effective risk management
  • facilitations in accessing financing and in the acquisition of scores in tenders

The HACCP certification favors the integration of the systems of self-control of the hygienic-sanitary aspects with the standard of ISO 9001 quality certification.
The service ensures organizations control over the processes productive, also in compliance with the most recent national and community regulations.

The UNI 10854 standard requires market organizations food processing to control the hygienic safety of the foods, so as to prevent any risk of alteration of quality, characteristics and hygiene.
The organization, implementing a HACCP self-control plan, improves its image on the market by making known the commitment in the management and prevention of health and hygiene hazards.
The certification, provided by a third party body, identifies the critical points of the production process and defines the criteria for prevent, reduce or eliminate potential risks.

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