Quality & Environmental management system
ENTROPIE operates a Quality and Environmental Management System which conforms with the requirement of ISO standards 9001 : 2008 and 14001 : 2004.
The Quality System was originally certified in August 1996 by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA). The current certificate confirming compliance to ISO 9001 : 2008 is valid until 29th November 2013.
The scope of approval is for the Design, Project Management and Supervision of Fabrication, Installation and Commissioning of Thermal Desalination Units.
The Environmental Management system was certified in June 2006 by LRQA. The current certificate confirming compliance to ISO 14001 : 2004 is valid until 29th November 2013.
The scope of approval is for the Project Management and Supervision of Fabrication, Installation and Commissioning of Thermal Desalination Units.
The Quality and Environmental Management System is defined in a Quality and Environment Manual and associated procedures.
The basis of the Quality and Environment Management System is outlined in the company's Quality Policy Statement below.
Quality & Environmental policy
The purpose of the Quality and Environmental Policy established by the General Management (DG) is to cover two essential requirements :
To satisfy the customer and interested parties, by supplying an activity, a product, a service which corresponds to their requirements and which complies with applicable laws and regulations and to other requirements which ENTROPIE adheres to.
To increase the Company's competitiveness and prevent the identified risks of pollution by permanently improving the quality of the proposed activities and products.
The ENTROPIE Quality and Environmental Policy is re-assessed on the occasion of ENTROPIE major evolutions and at least every 3 years.
Specific quality and environmental targets are defined and periodically followed-up to continuously improve the efficiency of the quality and environmental management system of ENTROPIE. These targets are applied to the different activities which constitute the ENTROPIE process and the DG undertakes to provide the required resources to meet these targets.