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ISO 9001:2000 »ISO 9001 Quality Management System

It is a globally accepted form of quality management system that aims to increase customer satisfaction by meeting customer expectations, needs and regulatory requirements.

An ISO 9001 Quality Management System that is supported by the management, designed, implemented, maintained and improved in accordance with the organization

• First of all, the development of customer satisfaction,

• Meeting the customer's demand for companies with a Quality Management System,

• Profitability and productivity increase,

• More effective management and control,

• Ease of national and international acceptance,

• Reduction in hidden and overt poor quality costs

• Ability to easily capture opportunities for systematic solutions to problems

and can provide similar advantages to organizations.

The existence of an effective Quality Management System will be one of the most important helping tools in the development and growth of your organization day by day.

With a Quality Management System certified by CTR, you will have an ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certificate with national and international validity, which will prove your competence in meeting customer and regulatory requirements to third parties.

ISO 14001:2004 »ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

Environmental pollution is one of the most important problems threatening human life and quality of life in recent years, due to the increasing world population, the dizzying speed of development and progress of technology, the shrinkage of living spaces, the destruction of the natural environment, noise, faulty practices, lack of information and many other reasons.

One of the most important reasons for the emergence of problems is that industrial establishments and their suppliers interact with the environment in an uncontrolled manner. Today, environmental sensitivity to negative changes in air, water, soil, flora and fauna will be the most important pillar in preventing environmental pollution and raising environmental awareness.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Standard defines a management system in which environmental effects are taken into account at every point from the first stage of product and service realization activities to the presentation of the product to the consumer. Environmental Management System, raw material production, selection, separation, transportation, storage, processing, distribution, etc. It is a system in which environmental dimensions and environmental impacts are evaluated and activities are managed and directed as a result of these outputs.

Since the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Standard and the related standards series are in compliance with the environmental laws and regulations in force in all countries as of their preparation, the practices are generally in line with the fulfillment of the obligations brought by the legislative requirements and form the basis for the implementation of the applications within a system.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, which has started to be perceived as a product and service passport for companies that want to have a respectable place in the international and national market, can be applied by all organizations and manufacturers that provide products and services, especially industrial organizations and public institutions.

Benefits of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System:

• Increasing your competitive power and prestige,

• Reducing waste and reducing costs thanks to waste management,

• Systematic approach and more effective solution of problems in fulfilling legal responsibilities,

• Saving in the use of energy resources and natural resources,

• Contribution of your organization to the livable environment, leaving a healthy environment to new generations.

OHSAS 18001 »OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System

The expectations of customers and consumers from the organizations from which they receive products and services are gradually increasing. It is no longer sufficient to provide only quality products or services, but also organizations are expected to fulfill their social responsibilities.

These expectations have caused the classical definitions of "quality" to lose their validity; In the definitions, expressions related to occupational health and safety started to appear and the definition was expanded with the addition of social responsibilities. Now, when "quality" is mentioned, it is also questioned to what extent the organizations comply with the legislation on occupational health and safety, whether they create a safe and healthy working environment for the relevant parties, and whether they continuously improve this environment.

Today's competitive conditions lead organizations from being reactive (following events from behind) to being proactive (being ahead of events, acting early), and it is seen that the chances of organizations that fail to achieve this decrease in intense competition. When it comes to "Occupational Health and Safety", the proactive approach gains more importance. With a proactive approach, the OHSAS 18001 Standard aims to detect potential hazards that may result in damage and to take necessary precautions.

The implementation of the Occupational Health and Safety System is now a legal requirement for every organization, large or small, whether it is the production sector or the service sector. OHSAS 18001 is an internationally accepted management system series that will help you meet this requirement.

Occupational Health and Safety System is a good tool to adapt to changing laws and to minimize risks. The Occupational Health and Safety System helps to develop and continuously improve a safe and healthy working environment. It is a management system based on risk analysis. Purpose; managing a healthy and safe working environment, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations.

The organization will be able to provide the following with the certification process:

• Improvement in worker health

• Reduction in deaths and injuries

• Reduction in damage accidents and diseases

• Reduction in production loss

• Increased productivity

• Reducing the risk

• Increasing motivation and participation of employees

• Strengthening the corporate image

• Ensuring competitive advantage

• Ensuring and maintaining compliance with legal requirements

CTR, Occupational Health and Safety Management System offers you an effective and impartial certification service.

What is OHSAS 18001 and OHSAS 18002?

OHSAS, abbreviated by combining the initials of the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series, was published by the British Standards Institute (BSI) in 1999 and named OHSAS 18001.

OHSAS 18001 covers the Occupational Health and Safety Management System requirements to enable an organization to control Occupational Health and Safety risks and improve its OHS performance. It is a specification that enables organizations to fulfill their health and safety obligations effectively.

OHSAS 18002 is an application guide that explains the requirements of OHSAS 18001.

Costs in Work Accidents

In any work accident, there are hidden costs as well as apparent costs. Hidden costs are often overlooked by organizations. However, the costs it imposes on the organization are much more than the apparent costs.

Apparent Costs (30%)

• Treatment expenses

• Daily fee

• Compensations paid as a result of the accident

• Litigation expenses

• Repair of the facility damaged in the accident

Hidden Costs (70%)

• Education period of the replacement employee

• Loss of productivity, decrease in employee morale and loss of time

• Overtime

• Damage to the facility

• Time spent by managers

• Loss of time due to investigation

•Loss of prestige

Quality Policy

Kalite Politikamız

Meeting customer satisfaction at the highest level in the production and services offered within the field of activity of our company has been adopted as a basic principle.

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