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Radici Chimica focuses on business continuity
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Jun '17
Courtesy: Radicigroup
Courtesy: Radicigroup
Radici Chimica SpA, a strategic RadiciGroup company, is keen on continuing business of producing chemical intermediates and PA 6.6 polymers. The chemicals are used as raw materials for a variety of products in the plastics and synthetic fibres industries. The company has also obtained certification for energy, quality and health & safety management systems.

Radici Chimica has ISO 50001 energy management certification which is aimed at improving energy performance and progressively reducing energy consumption. Recently, it renewed two management system certificates: ISO 9001 for quality management systems and ISO 14001 for environmental management systems. Both certificates were renewed and concurrently updated to the 2015 standard. Further, the company also undergoes triennial re-certification to OHSAS 18001 for occupational health and safety management systems. The transition to the updated ISO standards provides the opportunity to revamp the management systems (and not only for certification purposes) into a useful tool the organisation can rely on to ensure the adequacy and consistency of internal processes and dynamics in a continually changing business environment.

"Radici Chimica has adopted a continuous improvement approach," said Stefano Alini, corporate quality manager of RadiciGroup. "Our shareholders’ strong commitment, reaffirmed by the group policy for quality, environment, health and safety, is what drives the Novara plant and all the other group production sites to constantly strive for ambitious goals, which may, in turn, serve as the basis and motivation for new challenges."

"Moreover, transitioning to the 2015 version of the ISO 9001 and 14001 standards has required a change in structure: we’ve gone from a rules-based to a results-based system. This implies a greater focus on goals as indicators for improvement and performance evaluation," added Alini. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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