ISO 9001

Quality Management Systems

The ISO 9001 Quality Management System is based on meeting the requirements of meeting the needs of all stakeholders in the context of an organization, the scope of which is set out in Appendix SL of all standards based on the uniform principle of continuous improvement in the Plan - Do - Check - Act cycle. The standard is based on 8 principles of effective management and its scope covers the requirements for introducing, documenting and permanently improving all processes that belong to the system.

Certification, as an impartial and objective assessment of the compliance of individual or integrated management systems, is performed only by accredited practitioners, with competence for the relevant scope, who are regularly calibrated to the latest knowledge and experience in the field. The certification for which we are internationally accredited concerns management systems according to ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 14001, ISO 200001, ISO 22001, ISO 22301, ISO 27001, ISO 45001.

The certification details that you will not find on this page are listed on the main page at or could be communicated with the G-Cert-i regional representative.