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ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 50001 Certification 

ISO or International Organization for Standardization, based in Geneva, is a worldwide umbrella organization for standardization. ISO standards are now the most common internationally accepted standards.

ISO 9001 is the preferred standard series for the quality management system. The application of this series is an important benefit in the company (increased efficiency, continuous improvement and increased profits), as well as outside the company (internationally recognized quality management system, increasing the chance on foreign markets and increased satisfaction of customers and users). The introduction of quality management system ISO 9001 has considerably reduced the possibility of negative impacts of business activities on the quality of products and services.

ISO 14001 is a series of standards that implements and monitors the standards relating to environmental protection. The reasons for the introduction of ISO 14001 series: company care of the environment, compliance with legislation, pressure of interested parties, marketing possibilities, requirements of banks and insurance companies, reduction of costs and access to European business associations. The certificate confirms that company has functional environmental management system, containing clearly defined procedures so that negative impacts of business activities that may affect the environment are reduced to minimum.

OHSAS 18001 (Occupational health and safety management system) is an internationally recognized assessment specification for the health and safety management. Standard has been introduced to effectively manage the risks to health and safety, reducing the possible occurrence of injuries and occupational diseases, follow the statutory and other requirements, conducts the training and education of employees, the readiness of emergency response, performance measurement, and proposing improvements.

ISO 50001 is an international standard that sets requirements for the implementation of energy management system (EnMS). Energy management system in accordance with ISO 50001 provides a framework to establish an energy policy with specific objectives to improve the energy efficiency of the organization, define basic indicators of energy consumption, identify critical areas and opportunities for improvement, provide the foundation for the implementation of effective planning in terms of investment and expenditures. Also, the result of the implementation of energy management system ensures the organization, among other things, to increase awareness of the importance of sustainable energy management among employees and improve reputation with business partners and other entities.

Taking into account the organization and conduct of business in accordance with the global principles and following the European directives, company Transmitters and Communications Ltd. is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 (Quality management system), ISO 14001 (Environmental management system), OHSAS 18001 (Occupational health and safety management system) and ISO 50001 (Energy management system).
Characteristics of activities of Transmitters and Communications Ltd. condition the application of all the requirements of the aforementioned international standards, which are united in single integrated management system. As a company that applies the principles of corporate social responsibility, it proves striving for continual improvement of the quality of operations, customer care services, environmental protection, health and safety protection of employees at work and increase awareness of the importance of sustainable energy as one of the key factors for existence of civilization and society as we know it today.

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