Certifications represent a test for a company as evidence of the “promise of transparency” made to the market.

In particular, the Management Systems (ISO 9001 – OHSAS 18001 – ISO 14001), are a set of regulations and procedures, defined in a standard recognized internationally, that an organization may apply in order to achieve quality, safety and environment objectives.

A company active on the market in order to be considered serious, credible and reliable, must be able to respond adequately to the expectations of customers, partners, collaborators and employees about the Quality, Safety and Environment management.

The Management System for Quality (ISO 9001) is essential for companies to be able to gain the trust of customers, clients and market and also to efficiently organize  and systematically monitor all activities that contribute to ensuring the quality of the product / service offered.

The management system of health and safety (OHSAS 18001), as well as having effective exemption from administrative liability of legal persons (Legislative Decree no. 231/2001), enabling the company to exercise more control over potentially risky situations and It makes the workplace safer.

The Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) guarantees the improvement of environmental performance, resulting in lower corporate and social costs.