Certified systems

ISO standards in general are international standards issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with its seat in Geneva. International standards provide a basis for European standards and the latter, in turn, for national standards, which are incorporated by individual States in their national "technical legislation". The Czech Standards Institute is the national ISO representative for the Czech Republic. Individual standards are related to various systems of management (quality, safety, environmental management, etc.).
ISO 9001 is an international standard addressing the quality management system, particularly in relation to the customer, i.e. an effort to constantly increase customer satisfaction. ISO 9001 is the most commonly introduced standard with international scope.
International standard ISO 14001 addresses environmental management and is intended for application in the management of any organisation. The profile requirements of ISO 14001 consist in identification of environmental aspects, i.e. activities with an impact on the environment, their management and monitoring and constant improvement of the system of environmental management. An environmental management system (EMS) is the optimum path towards minimising the impacts of business on the environment.
International standard OHSAS 18001 is an occupational health and safety management system – prevention and minimisation of risks leading to protection of health and property. An occupational health and safety management system which is built, maintained and managed according to the requirements of OHSAS 18001 is the best way of effectively minimising risks and ensuring constant improvement in this area.
International standard ISO 27001 defines the requirements for information security management systems (ISMS). ISMS is a systematic approach to the management of security of confidential information. It creates a set of rules for effective management and limitation of potential threats, measures and requirements for ensuring protection and security of all important assets of a company. This involves a comprehensive approach to the protection of information, persons and property in their circulation, processing and use, giving consideration to their availability, completeness and confidentiality.
EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) is a voluntary instrument of environmental protection which represents a systematic approach to protection of the environment. EMAS can be regarded as an extension of ISO 14001. The Scheme receives its framework from Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme, the so-called EMAS III. The Ministry of the Environment is the guarantor in the Czech Republic. Selected certification authorities then form the mechanism of environmental verification. Introducing a system of environmental management is a preventive means enabling an enterprise to organise environmental protection on its own responsibility.
Area of certification:
• Restoration, reconstruction and atypical implementation of architectural designs
• Construction of structures, including changes therein and removal thereof