On November 11th world leading certification company SGS qualified the TCR Integrated Management System as compliant with requirements set by new legislation
Having achieved Environmental (ISO 14001) and Quality (ISO 9001) accreditations, throughout 2020 Terminal Container Ravenna also advanced its Health and Safety certification, changing from OHSAS 18001 to UNI EN ISO 45001.
On November 11th via an audit executed in part remotely amid COVID-19 pandemic, the SGS Certification Body deemed the TCR Integrated Management System compliant with the requirements set by new legislation. TCR also adjusted its integration policy, stressing how safety and protection of workers’ health are primary objectives.
To achieve the objective, since the beginning of 2020 the TCR QHSE team committed to assess, re-draft, integrate and implement all existing systems documentation (procedures, instructions, forms etc.) in order to comply with the requirements set by the new ISO standards.
Beyond the legal and procedural aspects, environmental sustainability is a key feature of modern-day compliance. So far TCR has continued to pursue an eco-sustainable development, with the objective of building a healthy and long-lasting business model, better risk-management, developing new opportunities and a more efficient working environment to further consolidate as a solid and credible company.
Nurturing strong bonds with customers, suppliers, and all stakeholders is another crucial aspect for TCR. It means listening to their needs and expectations, in order to provide efficient, eco-friendly and high-quality of services.
Michele Pagano, QHSE Manager of TCR, declared “…the new certification was achieved thanks to the efforts made by all of us, from top management to all workers. This shared commitment testifies the importance and attention the company has put in place over the years, focusing on health and safety conditions in the workplace, necessary for the pursuit of continuous improvement."