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ISO Integrated Certificates

ISO integrated certification at TWR is a key component of our commitment to delivering high-quality products and services. Our dedicated team of experts works tirelessly to maintain the highest standards of quality, safety, and reliability in everything we do. By achieving ISO certification, we continue to demonstrate our dedication to excellence and our ability to meet the evolving needs of our customers and partners.

Integrated Management System, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001:

ISO 9001 focuses on quality management, ensuring that the organization meets customer requirements and delivers consistent, high-quality products or services.

ISO 14001 addresses environmental management, emphasizing sustainable practices, pollution prevention, and reducing the organization’s environmental impact.

ISO 45001 focuses on occupational health and safety, ensuring a safe and healthy work environment.

Environmental Management System:

Combining ISO 14001 with other environmental standards (such as ISO 19258 for soil quality or ISO 5667 for water quality) creates a comprehensive EMS that covers various environmental aspects.

An integrated EMS helps organizations manage environmental risks and opportunities across air, soil, and water quality.

Food Safety and Environmental Management, ISO 22000 and ISO 14001:

ISO 22000 focuses on food safety management, ensuring the safety of products throughout the food supply chain.

Combining ISO 22000 with ISO 14001 allows organizations to integrate food safety practices with broader environmental management strategies, including water quality management.

Quality Management Customer Satisfaction , ISO 9001 and Customer Satisfaction:

ISO 10002 and ISO 9001 can be effectively combined to create an integrated management system that addresses both quality management and customer satisfaction.

ISO 9001 focuses on overall quality management, while ISO 10002 specifically deals with customer satisfaction through effective complaint handling.

Guidance On Social Responsibility, Integration of ISO 26000 with ISO 9001 and ISO 10002:

By combining ISO 26000, ISO 9001, and ISO 10002, organizations can create a more robust and integrated approach to sustainability, quality management, and customer satisfaction. This alignment reflects a commitment to ethical business practices, social responsibility, and continual improvement across various aspects of organizational performance.

General Product Safety Directiv:

  • CE Marking: This marking indicates a product meets the essential safety requirements of relevant EU directives, including the GPSD.
  • Declaration of Conformity: A document prepared by the manufacturer declaring their product meets the essential safety requirements.
  • Technical File: Documentation maintained by the manufacturer demonstrating compliance with the GPSD.

Good Manufacturing Practice:

  • ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System): This standard focuses on achieving consistent quality in all aspects of an organization’s operations.
  • ISO 13485:2016 (Medical Devices Quality Management Systems): This standard is specifically for the design and manufacturing of medical devices.