Quality is the result of the ability to perform an activity to the best of one's ability. It is the ability of an organisation to meet certain requirements by consistently delivering the expected results. It represents a challenge for Sirius, which aims to implement its work capabilities in order to transmit value to its business and products.
ISO 9001 Sirius S.p.A. is an ISO 9001 certified company, an internationally recognised standard containing requirements for quality management systems and which, through a third-party audit, certifies the company's adherence to its own standards.
In order to comply with ISO 9001 Sirius S.p.A. has adopted: A Quality Manual; Procedures that govern all aspects of company life, making each department aware of how to properly manage work; Work and Control Instructions, which define how to control incoming materials, production in general, and the finished product.
In addition to the decision to use sustainable packaging for its packaging, with the prevalent use of recycled cardboard, Sirius S.p.A is committed to complying with all applicable regulations to protect the environment as well as human health and safety.
CE MARKING All Sirius products comply with the regulatory requirements for Electrical Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Sirius S.p.A. complies, through a dialogue with its suppliers and on the basis of the declarations issued by them, with the provisions laid down
the "REACH" REGULATION (1907/2006/EC as amended), concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of substances recognised as Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC), listed in the Candidate List on the website of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).
by the 'RoHS' DIRECTIVE (2011/65/EU -2015/863/EU), on the restriction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEA), limiting the use of specific substances below an identified threshold level
by the POPs REGULATION (2019/1021/EU as amended), on persistent organic pollutants, which aims to protect human health and the environment by eliminating or restricting the manufacture and use of persistent organic pollutants.
the PACKAGING AND PACKAGING WASTE DIRECTIVE (94/62/EC, as amended), which provides for measures to improve the quality of the environment by preventing and reducing the impact of packaging and packaging waste on the environment, promoting reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of packaging waste, rather than its final disposal.