Commitment to Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
Process Control is committed to protect the health and safety of our employees and the environment we operate in. Health, Safety and Environment performance are core values of the company and are managed as an integral part of our business.
In order to realise our HSE policy we:
- set HSE performance objectives, measure results, and assess and continually improve HSE performance.
- avoid harm to all personnel involved in our operations, and increase employee motivation, expertise and safety through continuous training and development.
- minimize environmental impact with efficient use of resources by preventing pollution and reducing emissions, discharges and waste.
- complying with applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
Process Control is certificated according to ISO 45001:2018. Click here to view and download our certificate.
Quality Assurance (QA)
Process Control is committed to provide products, systems and services of the highest quality.
In order to realise our policy we:
- execute quality assurance as basic business principle throughout the organization.
- define, monitor and maintain quality objectives in a quality management system designed for continuous process improvement.
- promote an understanding of our customers needs and expectations, and strive to exceed customer expectations.
- develop seamless processes by fully integrating the services of our suppliers and partners.
- comply with directives and standards that are applicable for the product.
- plan, carry out and document our production- and service activities in order to provide a consistent quality of products and services.
Process Control is certified according to ISO 9001:2015. Click here to view and download our certificate.
Code of Conduct
Our code of conduct applies to the organization and to its individual employees, board members, hired personnel, consultants, intermediaries, lobbyists and others who act on Process Control behalf. It is designed to help individuals handle ethical issues in their work and includes three basic rules:
- Making sure all actions are within the law and well within the Process Control own ethical requirements. Operating in a grey zone increases the risk of things going wrong.
- Being open with regard to ethical issues. If in doubt, a person should consult colleagues or raise the issue with their line manager.
- Spending sufficient time on difficult decisions. Failure to give adequate consideration to matters will often result in the wrong decisions, and individuals may allow themselves to be pressured into making a rash judgement.
Process Control aspire to be recognized for its high ethical standards. Breaches of laws and ethical requirements are therefore a threat to our competitiveness and reputation.
Click here to download our Code of Conduct.