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RadiciGroup receives environmental certifications

September 12, 2013

Certifications demonstrate commitment to environment and safety.

RadiciGroup has received a two-fold achievement on the environmental and safety fronts. Tessiture Pietro Radici (TPR) was awarded two important certifications: UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 for environmental management systems and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 for occupational health and safety management systems. These two recognitions demonstrate RadiciGroup’s concrete commitment to developing, implementing and improving its group-wide policies on environmental and occupational health and safety management.

The company is the maker of Dylar spunbond nonwovens and Radigreen artificial grass yarn.

“We set out to implement our management systems in accordance with the requirements of the two international certification standards at a fast pace,
” says Paola Panzeri, quality manager of Tessiture Pietro Radici. “We started the projects for both the environmental and safety management systems in April of last year. During the months that followed, we performed internal audits for the purpose of monitoring the process, performance and progress status. In June of this year we completed step one of the certification, the feasibility audit, and in July, stage two, the actual certification audits, both with positive outcomes. Lastly, in August, the two important certifications were made official.”


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