Certificates and responsibilities

ISO 9001

ISO 9001 is a standard for quality management for business processes in a company or an organization. A quality management system describes how you constantly improve and adjust your business to meet customer needs. A quality management system is a tool for management to lead the business and support the employees in the work being done. This means that the right thing is done at the right time with the right amount of resources – while actively working on improvements and that follow-up takes place on an ongoing basis. A quality management system can include written documentation in the form of policies, manuals, procedures, guidelines and checklists created by the organization to ensure that products and services maintain good quality and that the customer is satisfied.

ISO 9001 is based on 7 principles:

  • Customer focus
  • Leadership
  • Employee engagement
  • Process orientation
  • Improvement
  • Fact-based decisions
  • Relationship management

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is an international standard for environmental management systems that helps organizations reduce their environmental impact and improve their sustainability strategy. By implementing ISO 14001, organizations can take control of their environmental impact and reduce the risk of environmental damage and accidents.

Advantages of environmental management systems according to ISO 14001

Active environmental work provides many benefits in the form of reduced use of resources, more efficient energy use or transport consumption, smarter procurement and lower costs for waste management, but also for our common environment and ecosystem.

A living and well-integrated environmental management system also provides:

  • Increased efficiency in the use of resources and materials per delivered benefit
  • Sustainable product and service development based on a life cycle perspective
  • Adaptation of operations to and for the circular economy
  • Business development with sustainability as a fundamental business concept
  • Increased goodwill and credibility of the organization and increased competence internally
  • Improved dialogue with stakeholders, smarter procurement and improved supplier relations