Even before fobric´s foundation, the managing team started the implementation of ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 standards, assuming a strong commitment to the Quality of the products and services we provide to our customers.
Fobric seeks a very close relationship with its suppliers, which fosters the development of joint competencies and consequently expands Quality.
Management has started implementing good environmental practices since the company’s foundation, and has decided to advance towards ISO 14001: 2016 certification, also assuming the commitment to the environment.
The ISO 9001 standard is the most widely used management system standard, constituting itself as an international reference for the Certification of Quality Management Systems. The adoption of a Quality Management System is, according to ISO 9001, a strategic decision of the Organization, that is, taken at the highest level of decision to serve a specific purpose and obtain results.
Through the implementation of the Quality Management System ISO 9001:2015 we intend to systematize and make known to our customers the good practices of the organization. We purpose to extend the provision of engineering services to activities other than the automotive industry and to enable the identification of specific objectives and targets, in addition to allowing for an improvement in management control.
IATF 16949: 2016 (1st edition) represents an innovative document with a strong customer orientation and the inclusion of a series of client-specific prerequisites:
ISO / TS 16949 (1st edition) was originally created in 1999 by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) to harmonize different assessment and certification systems around the world in the automotive supply chain. Other revisions were created (2nd edition in 2002 and 3rd edition in 2009) as required for automotive improvements or revisions to the ISO 9001 standard. ISO / TS 16949 (together with technical support publications developed by original equipment manufacturers [OEMs] and national automobile trade associations) have introduced a set of common techniques and methods for developing common automotive manufacturing products and processes around the world.
This standard represents our commitment with the automotive industry.
ISO 14001:2015, the world reference for environmental management systems, was published on September 15, 2015. The certification of environmental management systems supported by the ISO 14001 reference standard is an essential tool for organizations that want to achieve greater trust on the part of customers, employees, the surrounding community and society, by demonstrating a voluntary commitment to continuous improvement of the performance.
ISO 14001 adopts the process approach, which incorporates the continuous improvement PDCA cycle, and integrates risk-based thinking and the life-cycle perspective.
This standard represents our commitment with the environment.