This is the international reference standard for an organisation which intends to plan, implement, monitor and improve both its operative and support processes, developing and applying a Quality Management System as a means to reach its objectives. Most important of all is maximum customer satisfaction.
Environmental Management System UNI EN ISO 14001:2015
This is the internationally-recognised reference standard for an organisation which wants to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic way by contributing to the environmental pillar of sustainability. The results expected from an Environmental Management System include the fulfilment of compliance obligations and the obtaining of environmental performance and objectives.
Occupational Health and Safety Management System UNI ISO 45001:2018
This is the international reference standard for an organisation which intends to implement a Management System to improve the Health and Safety of its employees, ensuring safe and healthy work places, preventing work-related accidents and illnesses, as well as proactively improving its performance relating to H&S.
Green Energy Alperia is the programme to certify the purchase of renewable energy pursuant to the norms currently in force. Green energy, supplied by the provider Alperia, is purchased exclusively from renewable sources and is produced in hydroelectric plants in South Tyrol without causing CO₂ emissions.
Using a structured method, the Chemical Management 4sustainability protocol implements the ZDHC MRSL whose objective is the elimination of toxic and noxious chemical substances to protect the health of people and the environment. It integrates activities and checks into the production processes to guarantee this, and periodically and transparently measures the level of application.
The Associazione Tessile e Salute (Textile and Health Association) evaluates the production process and confirms the absence of hazardous substances with the aim of giving the consumer a guarantee for the origins, traceability and safety of textile products. Amongst others, it collaborates with the Italian Ministries for Health and for the Environment.
The SustainaWOOL Integrity Scheme protocol foresees the management of sheep breeding to the highest standards in terms of animal welfare, ethics and product quality. It also guarantees integrity and traceability along the entire production chain.
The Responsible Wool Standard is a voluntary standard which ensures the origins of the wool as being from responsibly-managed farms in compliance with specific criteria relating to animal welfare and the reduction of environmental impacts. It also guarantees traceability along the entire value chain.
The Responsible Mohair Standard is a voluntary standard which ensures the origins of the mohair as being from responsibly-managed farms in compliance with specific criteria for animal welfare and the reduction of environmental impacts. It also guarantees traceability along the entire value chain.