ISO 9001 - 14001 Certification
EXAGONE-TERIA is the only GNSS Network management structure in France to benefit from the ISO standard certifications. Certified ISO 9001 in 2011 for meeting quality management standards, in 2014 it was also certified ISO 14001 following the implementation of a policy to control organisational processes with an impact on the environment.
This dual certification has been renewed until 2024.
It concerns the following products or services :
Management of the TERIA real-time centimetric GNSS network
The certificates were delivered by DNV GL.
DNV GL is an international company offering services in quality and risk management.
Its goal : to preserve life, property and the environment by helping organisations to improve the safety and sustainability of their operations.
In addition, in order to continually improve its quality approach, EXAGONE-TERIA has begun to consider 27001 certification, which corresponds to information security management.
The approach aims to activate a set of rules and procedures that cover all the controls involved in risk management processes.
ISO 9001 is an international management system standard, recognised as the world’s reference standard. It enables an organisation to stand out in national and international markets. In simple terms, it is a guide that provides basic elements for the management of a company. Guidelines that are recognised as good practice for satisfying customers and improving.
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ISO 14001 defines the criteria for an environmental management system. As such, it is intended to be used by organisations wishing to manage their environmental responsibilities that contributes to sustainable development. This standard addresses the environmental aspects of the organisation’s activities, products and services (interactions between activities, products and services and the environment). Any type of organisation, regardless of its activities or sector, can use it.
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ISO 27001 relates to information security management systems. By adopting this system, the company has all the keys to protect its data against loss, theft, alteration, intrusion or damage and maintain its activity. This provides confidence for stakeholders. The standard specifies that the requirements for security measures must be adequate and proportionate to the risks involved. They should not be too lax or too stringent.
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