This publication is part of a series of articles in which we review Ontec Oy’s products and operations from the perspective of compliance. It is important for us to maintain and develop our operating methods systematically. As tools, we have chosen various quality, safety, and general operations management systems that in many ways guide and monitor our operations. One of the most important of these systems is ISO 9001 – a quality standard, of which the main objective is continuous improvement of operations.
Carefully selected quality, safety, and general operations management systems in our company:
- ISO 9001
- Katakri 2020
- Known Supplier of Airport Supplies
- T10 Certification
Annual internal and external audits verify that our operations comply with these regulations and regulations.
ISO 9001 quality management system is the most popular quality management system in the world and therefore well-known and respected. The ISO 9001 certificate focuses its content on the continuous development of the company’s operations, considering primarily the customer’s point of view – good and high-quality products that meet the customer’s expectations. The quality system is audited annually and every three years there is a re-audit of the certificate. In addition, the quality system includes internal audits of the company, in which the company’s operations are assessed from the point of view of compliance with the requirements and the management’s actions based on their implementation. In accordance with the certificate, an essential part of compliance is the documentation, risk mapping and evaluation of information. As an ISO 9001 certified company, we have been operating for ten years.
Katakri is an information security audit tool for authorities. It can be used as an audit tool for a Facility Security Clearance (FSC) to assess how a company’s security arrangements are implemented and to assess the authorities information assurance.
Known Supplier of Airport Supplies
The certificate granted by Finavia means that Finavia has checked our operations and found that they meet the safety and quality requirements set by the European Commission for a well-known supplier of airport supplies. The approval is valid for two years at a time.
ATEX – Potentially explosive atmospheres
Potentially explosive atmospheres. A place where an explosive atmosphere may occur. In other words, a combustible substance, i.e., gas, fog, steam, or dust together with air, creates an explosive mixture. All our engineers have undergone ATEX training and OnatexHeat trace heating is approved by the control system for potentially explosive atmospheres in accordance with Directive 2014/34/EU.