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ISO 9001

ISO 9001:2015 applies to any organization, regardless of size or industry. More than one million organizations from more than 160 countries have applied the ISO 9001 standard requirements to their quality management systems.

ISO 9001 is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology and provides a process-oriented approach to documenting and reviewing the structure, responsibilities, and procedures required to achieve effective quality management in an organization. Specific sections of the standard contain information on many topics, such as:

  • Requirements for a QMS, including documented information, planning and determining process interactions
  • Responsibilities of management
  • Management of resources, including human resources and an organization’s work environment
  • Product realization, including the steps from design to delivery
  • Measurement, analysis, and improvement of the QMS through activities like internal audits and corrective and preventive action

What is FSC?

The Forest Stewardship Council FSC is an international, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. Since its foundation in 1994, FSC has grown to become the world’s most respected and widespread forest certification system.

FSC is pioneering certification system, which now covers more than 200 million hectares of forest, enables businesses and consumers to choose wood, paper and other forest products made with materials that support responsible forestry

Nordic Swan Ecolabel

Nordic Ecolabelling works to reduce the environmental impact from production and consumption of goods with the aid of our logo - the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. This makes it easy for consumers and professional buyers to choose the environmentally best goods and services


WWF Green Office

What is Green Office?

WWF Green Office is a tool for systematic and productive environmental management.

The idea of Green Office was born already in the late 1990s. It officially saw the light of day in 2002, when the Green Office program was launched. The goal has remained unchanged since day one: to offer offices effective ways and concrete actions to mitigate negative environmental impacts