INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR QUALITY, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY
The Company’s Integrated System for Quality, Environment, Health & Safety is applied to the following activities:
Construction – Maintenance & Operation of Electromechanical, Energy, Environmental, Building, Port, Road Works & Landscape Projects, Public & Private, Drafting all kinds of Engineering Surveys, Managing Engineering Works, Material & Equipment Trade
The Company’s Integrated System for Quality, Environment, Health & Safety complies to the requirements of the following standards:
- ISO 9001:2015 “QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS – REQUIREMENTS”
- ΙSO 14001:2015 “ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS – REQUIREMENTS”
- ΟΗSAS 18001:2007 “OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT SERIES – REQUIREMENTS
ISO 9001 is the international standard for Quality. The standard specifies the requirements according to which a company should operate in order to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. On September, 2015 the new and currently valid revision ISO 9001:2015 was published.
Applying an ISO 9001 system creates an environment of continuous improvement for the company. In particular, with strategical implementation of the system, the company can profit in various ways, such as:
- Improved productivity/effectiveness
- Reduced costs (eg. by avoiding unnecessary costs, integrating procedures, improved work flow etc.)
- Improved product/services quality
- Better sales/Customer satisfaction
ISO 14001 is an internationally acknowledged environmental management standard for companies. It provides directions and control indexes for companies with environmental impact and activities such as use of natural resources (water etc.), waste management and supply and power consumption. As with all international standards, ISO 14001 has been designed in order to be implemented for environmental management all around the world.
Implementation of the Environmental Management System offers a method for tracking, evaluation and control of the company’s activities with an impact on the environment. By implementing the system, the company is able to reduce operational costs, improve efficiency & productivity. This is achieved by finding ways to drastically reduce leftovers and waste, effectively dispose of them and by learning how energy and energy saving can be effectively used and applied.
OHSAS 18001 describes the general requirements for creating an Occupational Health and Safety Management System. It focuses on efficient control of all occupational hazards and all interested parties (employees, visitors, suppliers, society in general) as well as on achieving improvements in total Occupational Health and Safety performance. OHSAS 18001 aims to cover occupational health and safety, which is an ultimate priority for the company.
Applying & being certified with an Occupational Health and Safety Management System helps the company with:
- acknowledging, evaluating and management of all possible hazards by implementing danger reduction (in acceptable levels) and occupational hazard minimizing.
- ultimate reduction of occupational accidents
- continuous effectiveness improvement in occupational health and safety issues
- systematical monitoring and implementation of occupational health and safety legislation.
- reduction of accident related costs (eg. compensations, hospital care expenses)