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    ISO 9001:2015


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ISO 9001:2015 standard is the most popular international standard worldwide. ISO 9001:2015 standard introduces best practices for quality management and improvement of the internal structure and operation of organizations and businesses.

Certification of a company's Quality Management System, contributes substantially to:

  • Improvement of the products and services provided.
  • Understanding and satisfaction of customer requirements.
  • Increased satisfaction of customers, suppliers, and company staff.
  • Increased efficiency and effectiveness of the business.
  • Identification of risks and preparation of a handling plan (Risk assessment).
  • Upgrading the business processes to produce added value.
  • Clarification of the employees’ responsibilities and tasks.
  • Deterrence and prevention of mistakes and failures.
  • Reduction of operating costs, and saving resources.
  • Creating of a competitive advantage, attracting new customers, entering new markets and participating in public tenders.

 

ISO 14001:2015


ISO 14001:2015 is an international standard that maps out the framework for identifying, evaluating and managing the environmental aspects of activities, products and services by an enterprise or organization, for the purpose of its development and certification with an environmental management system.

ISO 14001:2015 requires assessment of the environmental impact, taking measures and implementing appropriate programs aiming to reduce the above impact, save energy and natural resources, waste management and recycling of materials derived by the operation of the business, with the ultimate purpose of reducing the company's environmental footprint, compliance with legal requirements, continuous improvement, pollution prevention and demonstration of environmental awareness.

Certification of a company's Environmental Management System contributes substantially to:

  • Improvement of environmental performance.
  • Reducing environmental impact.
  • Achieving higher compliance with Legislation and avoidance of fines.
  • Prevention of pollution.
  • Saving resources and reducing operating costs
  • Creating a competitive advantage, attracting new customers, entering new markets and participating in public tenders.
  • Improvement of business profile towards the public, competent authorities and investors.
  • Raising staff awareness on environmental issues. 

 

OHSAS 18001:2007 / ΕΛΟΤ 1801:2008


OHSAS 18001:2007 / ELOT 1801:2008 standards relate to the development of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.

The objective of developing and implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System is the continuous reduction of workplace risk and the ultimate goal is to reduce the time of absences from work due to accidents at the workplace, and reducing its cost for the business.

Certification of a company's Occupational Health and Safety Management System contributes substantially to:

  • Identification of risks in the work environment.
  • Minimizing the exposure of workers and third parties to risks.
  • Avoidance of accidents during work.
  • Achieving a secure working environment for all personnel.
  • Ensuring uninterrupted and seamless operation of the business.
  • Achieving higher compliance with Legislation and avoidance of fines.
  • Raising staff awareness on Health & Safety issues. 
  • Improvement of business profile towards the public, competent authorities and investors.
  • Improvement of the insurance capacity of the company.
  • Creating a competitive advantage, attracting new customers, entering new markets and participating in public tenders.

ISO/IEC 27001:2008


ISO / IEC 27001:2008 is an international standard for the certification of information security management systems (and security aspects in general). Its implementation ensures that both the company and its customers are protected from any risk. This assurance is achieved through the implementation of specific policies in order to identify, estimate and analyze risk, and establish information control points, whether these are electronic data or documents, financial data, etc. This standard also provides for the development of business continuity plans and ensures full confidentiality towards third parties.

Certification of a company's Information Security Management System according to the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001 contributes substantially to:

  • Handling system weaknesses and enhancing IT risk control, by introducing IT security measures to prevent data loss or destruction.
  • Compliance with Greek and EU legislation, the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Authority and international standards.
  • Promoting the existence of an official and operational information security management system.
  • Gaining the trust of your clients and associates, as handling and storage of their personal data is done with total security and confidentiality.

•Providing a competitive advantage in meeting contractual obligations