At Solvere we have a clear vision: to be a company that creates value for its customers, offering them solutions based on technical rigour, an innovative approach and a quality of services superior to that of our competitors. This implies, among many other things, having a quality management system that meets the highest standards in the market. This year we wanted to formalize our commitment to quality management with an ISO ISO 9001:2015 certification. The preparation and certification process was very interesting for the entire team and allowed us to confirm that our current system already met most of the requirements of the standard and that only some details needed to be adapted. We formally received the certification in September 2019.
We also took the opportunity to show our commitment to sustainability and environmental awareness, an issue that seems fundamental to us in today's world, certifying ourselves in environmental management with the ISO 14001:2015 standard.
About ISO standards:
The ISO standards are developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), an independent, non-governmental organization. The ISO has 170 member countries around the world and its standards have been implemented in more than one million companies.
The ISO 9001:2015 certificate is the most common system in customer / supplier relationships internationally. This model has undergone a great evolution, from being used only for large corporation, to finally meet the requirements of SMEs and other organizations. In its current version, the standard puts risk management at the center of all processes.
ISO 14001:2015 starts from the idea that all companies, regardless of their size, activity or where they are located, must respect and comply with a series of requirements imposed by different organizations on environmental management. For this reason it is practically mandatory to integrate tools in the company to manage these environmental aspects.