The Management, aware that only ecologically responsible forest management will leave future generations an intact woodland heritage, has decided to obtain FSC CoC certification.
The management establishes the quality policy and ensures:
- It is appropriate to the needs and expectations of Customers and other stakeholders, to the organization’s internal and external context, and supports its strategic directions.
- It provides a framework for setting quality objectives.
- It includes a commitment to fulfil applicable legal requirements.
- It includes a commitment to identify risks related to products and services, taking actions to eliminate or minimize their impact through targeted measures.
- It includes a commitment to continuous improvement of the quality management system.
The company’s integrated Quality-FSC Policy is as follows:
In its development or modification, the company management commits to:
- Consider Quality as a determining factor in compliance with the provisions of this regulation and to continuously improve the products and services provided to customers.
- Enhance competitiveness (in terms of products, prices, timing) in relation to competitors.
- Provide the necessary means for understanding customer needs and expectations.
- Reduce “non-quality” and non-conformities (in terms of number and costs).
- Elevate the level of reliability and quality of company performance.
- Ensure full satisfaction of contractual requirements defined with the Customer.
- Increase market share.
- Direct purchases more towards qualified, preferably certified, and reliable suppliers.
- Strive for continuous improvement.
The management issues and reviews this document called “Integrated Quality-FSC Policy” annually. The document is distributed within the organization and made available to any external parties interested in reviewing it.
The policy may be subject to changes based on variations in the company’s structure, the reference context, or the needs of stakeholders, and is reviewed as part of the Periodic Review by the Management.
Compliance with the policy is ensured through auditing activities and management reviews to assess the degree of application of set objectives and define new ones to continuously improve the effectiveness of the QMS.
The management declares that, as in previous years, workers will be represented by a Workers’ Representative (WR) and regarding safety, it will be the responsibility of the RSPP to ensure compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 81/2008.
The Management is ready to show the competent authorities what measures have been implemented to ensure ethical and safety principles for the workers.