fabbricadigitale achieves ISO certification 14001:2015, an important recognition for ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability.
fabbricadigitale obtains ISO 14001 certification after a careful process of evaluating environmental management, policies, and daily business practices. The activities have been assessed as compliant to the standard, ensuring that the company’s focus is on assessing and reducing environmental impact.
Francesco Meneghetti, CEO, and founder of fabbricadigitale stated that: “We are proud to announce the achievement of this prestigious certification. fabbricadigitale has always recognized its responsibility towards the environment and the community around it. ISO 14001 certification is an important step in ensuring that our actions exemplify our environmental values and priorities. We will continue to develop and improve our environmental strategies to ensure that our business activities respect the environment and are sustainable in the long run. This will be only possible thanks to a teamwork that we will continue to pursue together with our partners.”
“Sustainability has always been a founding principle of fabbricadigitale’s strategy, this certification represents a further step for the sustainable development path of our company”, affirmed Luca Milanesi, Governance & privacy Manager. Indeed, obtaining ISO 14001:2015 certification demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to promoting sustainable and responsible business practices. These include monitoring and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, electricity, waste management and conservation of natural resources by investing in sustainability projects.
Certification already obtained
ISO 14001 certification is in addition to the certifications already obtained and maintained by fabbricadigitale over the past few years:
- ISO 9001, quality management standard aimed at the pursuit of customer satisfaction with regard to products and services provided, as well as continuous improvement of business processes and performance.
- ISO 23301, standard related to business continuity which is the ability to continue to operate its processes in adverse situations while minimizing impacts to customers, stakeholders, and the business ecosystem itself.
- ISO 27001, to ensure the implementation of best practices to protect the availability, integrity and confidentiality of information treated.