IAC renewed the ISO 9001 certificate after the audit process carried out in March. The company implemented ISO 9001 as a standard control process system in 2002, and thanks to it the company is ensuring a high level of performance in the overall manufacturing and managing processes.
Following the commitment of the company to the best practices and respect for the environment and to reducing the carbon footprint, IAC has started the certification process of ISO 14001 standard, which will be reached in the second part of 2023.
ISO 14001 is an international standard for Environmental Management Systems (EMS) that provides a framework for organizations to manage their environmental impacts effectively. For a manufacturing company, ISO 14001 means implementing a structured approach to managing their environmental responsibilities, including identifying and assessing environmental risks and opportunities, setting objectives and targets for environmental performance, and implementing a plan to achieve those targets.
In practical terms, this means that a manufacturing company would need to establish an environmental policy, set up an EMS, and implement procedures and controls to manage their environmental impacts. Such as air and water pollution, waste management, energy use, and resource consumption. The company would also need to monitor and measure its environmental performance regularly and continuously improve its environmental performance over time.
By implementing ISO 14001, a manufacturing company can demonstrate to its stakeholders, that it is committed to protecting the environment and reducing its environmental footprint. It can also help the company to identify areas where it can reduce costs and improve operational efficiency through better environmental management.
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