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Certifications

Company policy – Management D01.01-12

UNI EN ISO 9001 UNI EN ISO 14001 OHSAS 18001 UNI EN ISO 50001

The 4 Pillars of Quality Management, Environment, Energy And Workplace Health&Safety

THE QUALITY PILLAR
Quality is an ongoing commitment, requiring the active participation of all involved in the processes. It is an essential factor for staking our claim as market leaders in the “Presses and hot and semi-hot forging lines” business, requiring innovative services and solutions in terms of technology, production, the environment and safety.

Familiarity with the context and being attentive to the needs of all stakeholders is fundamental to govern, grow and bring efficiency to the organisation, in order to:
– recognise the risks and opportunities to determine and re-affirm our role;
– define, update and implement effective strategies for prevention and success;
– be innovative in terms of organisation and product technology;
– consolidate our partnership with clients with regard to collaboration, satisfaction and loyalty;
– ensure the greatest possible synergy with our suppliers;
– ensure the well-being and motivation of employees;
– ensure harmony with stakeholders;
– facilitate transparency towards the supervisory institutions and boards;
– make products and services profitable with value added to each of them;
– make positive impacts on society;
– demonstrate legal compliance in all areas of application;
– be ready to change to ensure the continuous improvement of services and business continuity.

The organisation invests continuously in the efficient and effective management of processes so that company activities can be reproduced in controlled conditions, through trained human resources with the ability to deal with increasingly demanding challenges and to foster success-driven business culture.

In all areas, the assessment of risks and opportunities regulates and influences the strategy, through prevention plans to determine the priorities for action according to objectives.

Services are measured against ambitious targets, to achieve the objectives that ensure sustainable and long-term growth.

THE ENVIRONMENTAL PILLAR
Environmental sustainability is pursued through behaviour, established practices and continuous investment, to optimise the management of internal and external activities. Special focus is on the development of products with a more compatible life cycle and on the evolution of the organisation. The objectives are to reduce our environmental impact, limit emissions and raise awareness among all stakeholders.

Environmental management involves direct and indirect aspects of the company’s activities that determine the extent of our impact and the priorities for action. From risk assessments made, the internal internal organisation analyses our compliance with laws, internal measures for the management of processes, information and communication at all company levels.

Environmental services must be optimised through the commitment of all involved and objectives must be ambitious, feasible and measurable through significant indicators. The latter should enable the continuous monitoring of the resources used, the products intended for the market, emissions generated and the occurrence of events.

Continuous environmental monitoring should:
– Strengthen awareness of individual roles and responsibilities
– boost motivation to pursue objectives to monitor the effects of the activities carried out
– Influence change within the organisation and the local context
– Produce plausible results from the identified possibilities
– demonstrate the optimal degree of sustainability currently reached

THE ENENERGY PILLAR
Energy resources are considered to achieve efficiency in terms of consumption, rationalisation of the types of energy used, and meeting needs from renewable sources.
In full compliance with the provisions of current law, the organisation implements sustainable strategies based on the impact of energy, financial and social consumption. It does so by involving of employees and suppliers, defining specific objectives, investing in the organisation and measuring consumption rates in relation to the activities it carries out.

Energy performance is monitored continuously to:
– ensure all levels of the company are committed
– Identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption
– define objectives and targets for continuous improvement
– check the level of sustainability that the organisation can reach
– inform stakeholders on the results achieved.

THE HEALTH&SAFETY PILLAR
The Management confirms its social responsibility by investing continuously workplace prevention. This is a fundamental condition for ensuring the optimal safety in the workplace and safeguarding the health and well-being of employees.

In accordance with applicable laws, the organisation conducts risk assessments on infrastructure, the activities carried and the use of plants and machinery, in order to continuously strengthen the prevention policy at all levels of the company and to manage residual risks.

The commitment of Farina Presse results in the development and implementation of a Health and Safety Management System through the active involvement of the entire corporate structure in such a way as to involve it, according to its duties (Workers’ Safety Representative (RLS), supervisors, managers, etc.) in the achievement of the identified safety goals, thus promoting and disseminating the workplace safety culture.

The purpose of communication, information and continuous training is to raise awareness among all employees in their assigned roles and consequently to encourage reporting and suggestions for the continuous improvement of working conditions and ensure the well-being of all.

Farina Presse supports, guarantees and implements these commitments through the planning, development and update of its integrated management system, in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 50001. The management system is certified by third-party bodies to demonstrate its conformity.
This policy is regularly reviewed by the Improvement Committee to facilitate new strategies and objectives.

For the Improvement Committee
Paolo Civardi