ISO 9001:2008
Quality Management System:

ISO 9001: 2008 defines quality as ‘the degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfils requirements.’ Grade denotes a category or grade attributed to a product, and grades and categories of products having the same functional use can be widely different.
ISO 13485


ISO 13485 is the international standard recognized for medical device regulations around the world. It is intended to promote harmonisation in the medical device industry and set a basis for quality system regulations worldwide.
ISO 14001:2004
Environmental Management System:

EMS defines an effective environmental system which can be applied to all types of companies. Environmental issues have come to the forefront in recent years with greater awareness amongst legislators, insurers, financiers...
ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System:

EMS defines an effective environmental system which can be applied to all types of companies. Environmental issues have come to the forefront in recent years with greater awareness amongst legislators, insurers, financiers, shareholders, customers, employees and neighbors. It reduces the environmentally harmful effects of companies operations and by reducing the raw material and energy consumption it increases the financial efficiency of a company.
The system encourages the companies to use the environmental friendly, advanced production technologies.
ISO 14001: specifies the most important requirements to identify, control and monitor the environmental aspects of any organization, and also how to manage and improve the whole system.
ISO 14001: is part of a series of international standards applicable to any organization, anywhere, relating to environmental management. Based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle, ISO 14001 specifies the most important requirements to identify, control and monitor the environmental aspects of any organization, and also how to manage and improve the whole system.
Some business benefits are:
Customer, investor, public, community assurance by demonstrating commitment.
Improving cost control through conserving input materials and energy.
Reducing incidents that result in liability therefore reduces insurance costs.
Assisting the attainment of permits and authorizations for local trade.
The focus of the EMS is to control all direct or indirect aspects the organisation has, or could potentially have, on the environment; for example, emissions to air, land or water. The organization should implement improvement programmes, which may lead to financial benefits.