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Environmental Certification

Programming continual improvement

IMPA obtained the UNI EN ISO 14001 environmental certification on 16 January 2006 and represents an important goal in its path of growth.

In fact, the ISO 14001 standard sets the requirements of a company's environmental management system according to a series of specific international standards and regulations.

Planning the environmental policy

The certification means that the company has implemented an environmental policy, developed a management system fit for monitoring the environmental impact of its activities and equipped itself with the instruments and resources necessary for continual, consistent and sustainable improvement.

More than just recognising a particular performance in a given moment, the real objective of the standard is continual improvement. This is the basis of our evaluation model, structured according to the Plan-Do-Check-Act method (Pianificare-Attuare-Verificare-Agire).

The company policy is formulated during the planning phase, i.e. the company's mission towards the environment, and the objectives and sensitive aspects on which to intervene. In IMPA's case, a chemical company, the sensitive aspects are the emissions, water discharge, use of potentially hazardous substances, and risks of accidents.

 

Perform the interventions and control the results

In this reference framework, the ISO 14001 standard provides a management model to ensure the execution of the interventions, the implementation of the procedures, the designation of the resources, the control of the results and the application of the preventive or corrective measures.

For IMPA, the UNI EN ISO 14001 certification is an instrument for growth and planning, for the customer, it is a demonstration not only of thecompany's commitment to protecting the environment but also its attention to all the production and management processes, from the analysis of the products, machines and plants to rationalisation of the use of the resources, from the reduction of waste to better evaluation of the investments necessary.

 

 

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