Certification
ISO 9001

Certification
ISO 14001

Our
qualities

The quality of our work is demonstrated not only by our satisfied customers, but also by the certifications obtained.

We are particularly passionate about our management system, and we are constantly working to keep its quality high and to make the necessary changes.

This has earned us the ISO 9001:2015 certification, which defines the requirements of a quality management system for an organization, and the ISO 14001:2015 certification, which defines the requirements of an environmental management system.

Our
Certifications

Both certifications, issued by Bureau Veritas, are voluntary and not mandatory: this testifies to Bama's willingness to be subject to control procedures to verify the suitability of its management system and environmental approach.

In order to obtain these certifications, it is in fact necessary to support a series of audits by the relevant authorities, which have formulated a standard of requirements that companies must meet.

CONTINUOUS CHECKS

The certifications are not definitive, therefore in order to be able to renew them it is necessary to undergo the control procedures again. This, together with the fact that the standards are continuously updated, guarantees our promise to continue to improve and improve our procedures.

BEST PRATICTS

A commitment undertaken towards different actors: our customers, to whom we answer for our work; the final customer, to ensure his safety in the use of the materials we handle; and the environment, to preserve it as much as possible through the use of best practices.

INNOVATION AND RESEARCH

Bama therefore puts innovation and research first: only through them is it possible to achieve the environmental protection.

LOMBARDY ENERGY CLEANTECH CLUSTER

In addition to having obtained Bureau Veritas certifications, Bama confirms its commitment through its association with the Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster, a "collective laboratory" recognized by the Lombardy Region in which research projects are developed and which acts as an interlocutor with local stakeholders.

IPPC DIRECTIVE

In addition, Bama is in line with the IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) directive.