Laws and standards as applicable to the projects will be considered by our qualified and continuously trained personnel. The basis for this is a consistent quality assurance system through the entire project execution.
Quality Management Principles
We dispose of a quality management system in accordance with requirements of ISO 9001:2008 in place (QM System).
The QM System controls the processes for all stages of planning and implementation of plant construction projects, starting from clients enquiry through the execution and performance test of a plant complex.
Adherence to quality requirements from our client’s side is hence an essential prerequisite for a permanent good relationship with our clients.
In this context, the quality of our engineering services including services and deliveries specified by us and rendered by third parties, are significantly influenced by the high degree of quality of our own staff, their experience from previous projects and the high level of responsibility awareness for a best possible implementation of the project-related tasks.
A further substantial and integral part of our QM system is SHE Management (Safety, Health and Environmental Protection).
With this SHE Management we make sure that during all stages of a project realisation all requirements of applying laws and regulations as well as from necessary permissions is adhered to in conformity with the contract.
Documentation of QM System:
Our company´s quality management system comprises the following four levels:
Technical and Working Procedures Instructions
Certified by the TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH
The introduction and application of the CAC-QM-System in accordance with ISO 9001:2008 was certified by the TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH and is subject to monitoring and repetitive audits in accordance with the applying statutory laws and provisions.
The Safety-Management-System is audited to the same extent as the QM-Sytem together with the evidence that the requirements of the Safety-Certificate-Contractors (SCCP Version 2011) are fulfilled.