Control systems

Each individual standard of management system represents one part of the management organization. It is therefore quite understandable that their association gives the opportunity to improve the overall organization management system.

The basic norm of the organization management system is currently the norm for ISO 9001: 2000 quality management system. It is also the basis for other norms that are being upgraded and expanded.

Which of the existing norms will the organization choose according to ISO 9001: 2000, depends on the activities of an organization.

Organizations that have an important environmental impact on their activities will introduce and implement an environmental management system in accordance with the requirements of ISO 14001: 2004; Information management organizations will use one of the information standards (BS 7799, Qweb);

The term “certification” implies confirmation by a third party that relates to products, processes, systems, or persons.

In other words, certification is a procedure in which an independent organization based on the conformity assessment performed determines whether the product, process, management system or person meets the criteria contained in a specific normative document.

In this respect, a normative document may be an international or national standard, specification, legal act or the like, or a self-developed certification scheme of a certification body.

In case of meeting the set criteria defined by the aforementioned normative document, the certification body issues the certificate.

In addition to the previously acquired certificates ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 29001: 2010, in 2017 we are in line with modern business, in order to provide quality services to our customers and to compete on the market, pass certification and obtain certificates: ISO 14001: 2015, OHSAS 18001: 2007 and SCC: 2011

ISO 9001:2015

Quality management system

What you need to know about ISO 9001: 2015

The ISO 9001 standard was issued by the International Organization (ISO), and the tag: 2015 states a standard issue. It is the fifth edition of the standard (first dating from 1987), replacing the previous edition of 2008. The norm is based on the principles of quality management, which are used today by successful organizations, both manufacturing and serviceable. That is why it is a rule of good business practice and as such assistance to organizations that only strive for the best. The standard focuses primarily on the efficiency of a quality management system in meeting customer requirements. Applies to all organizations regardless of size, organization, product or service that want to manage and improve their business and increase the satisfaction of their customers. This standard is an excellent foundation for upgrading with other management systems, such as ISO 14001: 2004, BS OHSAS 18001: 2007. The norm defines the requirements of the Quality Management System (Quality Management System), the Management’s Operations (Management Responsibility), Resource Management (Resource Management), performing the basic activity (Production and Provision of Services) and Supervision (Measurement, Analysis and Improvements).

By fulfilling all the requirements of the organization’s standard, it is possible to obtain a certificate for quality management systems according to ISO 9001 after a successful conclusion of the certification process.

ISO/ts 29001:2010

Companies operating in the critical security industry, such as oil and gas production, have a need for a more specific quality management system than the one defined by the ISO 9001 standard.

The current ISO 9001 quality management system, which has been accepted worldwide, should meet the needs and requirements of companies in different industries. Due to the specific nature of the activity, it is not always easy. Therefore ISO / TS 29001: 2010 has been established as a result of direct collaboration between ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and the Oil and Gas industry. The ISO / TS 29001: 2010 standard is the extension of a globally accepted ISO 9001 quality management system, primarily in additional requirements from the aspect of non-conformities prevention and product variation variations, ie performance of the process. The paper presents the implementation and certification process of ISO / TS 29001: 2010 requirements in the existing integrated quality and environmental management system of a Croatian company that produces/maintains equipment for the oil and gas industry. This paper describes in detail the additional requirements of ISO / TS 29001, as well as the way in which they are implemented in the company.

ISO 14001

Environmental management system

What is the environmental management system?

The environmental management system covers all aspects of the environmental impact of production or service activities. It covers fulfillment of legal requirements and cost balancing, efficient use of resources, prevention of pollution, and responding to the demands and expectations of the business partners of the organization, owners or founders of the organization as well as other interested parties. The requirements with the environmental management system guidelines are found in ISO 14001. Its use of the organization helps to achieve environmental policy principles. This makes it easier to prevent potential incidents that are environmentally hazardous. Business is constantly improving and adapting to the new demands of customers, markets, legislation and the advancement of technology and science.

Use Systematic Environmental Management:

– Improving Process Management Methods

– Improving market competitiveness

– Increasing public trust, customers and business partners

– Support in case of external oversight, organized by administrative bodies or customers

– Systematic cost control while achieving a positive trend for their reduction

– Improving working conditions

OHSAS 18001

The quality safety and health system is proven by the OHSAS 18001 standard.

Safety and health at work as a part of business. Employees are a significant part of each organization. Therefore, it is very important to feel physically and mentally in doing our job, because work can have a positive but negative impact on our health.

If a person does a job that looks forward to him and sees the realization of his or her commitment, and if he or she is not exposed to overly damaging influences, he/she remains healthy or his / her health condition even improves.

The main reasons that motivate organizations that health and safety at work give appropriate attention to legislative, ethical and economic reasons, employee satisfaction and the reputation of the organization.

SCC certificate

SCC (Safety Checklist Contractors) confirms that the company and their employees apply a workplace safety, health and environmental protection management system.


To avoid accidents that hinder the production process and damage the client’s reputation, it is necessary to demonstrate that the organization of the supplier meets the technical and security requirements of the client, especially in industrial sectors with critical certainty.

The SCC certificate proves that the internal process of the supplier measures and supervises and is consistent with the best practices in risk management.


SCC is the international standard applicable to producers and service providers, regardless of whether they become subcontractors.

The SCC system improves the safety of a company that performs dangerous tasks.

Having an SCC certificate guarantees that dangerous jobs are performed by organizations whose employees are appropriately trained and have professional management and a firm commitment to security issues.