Once again, the Oil Dynamics has been approved of two important certifications: ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System) and ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System). The renewed verifications referring to the factory in Hockenheim and the head office in Heidelberg will be valid for the next three years.

The long-term recertification process succeeded under the systematic supervision of Alexander Reichert, Manager Quality and Process at Oil Dynamics. He ensured in every little detail that the QM- and EM system will comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.

The company’s manager for Total Quality Management signs responsible for the establishment of the quality and environmental targets and monitoring their progress. In addition, Reichert improved and further developed the current QM- and EM-System, as well as initiated necessary corrective actions.

For recertifying its ISO 9001 the German company had to record any training, skills, experience and qualification as well as monitor measuring results amongst others. Moreover, these process steps were on trial for the ISO 14001: development of an environmental policy, identification of how the organization interacts with the environment, identification of actual and potential environmental impacts, monitoring and measurement of the progress, reviewing the EM-System etc.

In comparison to former years, the ISO 9001 demanded this time the implementation of a new NCR portal and the introduction of an internal audit system.

Furthermore, the update for the ISO 14001 included the introduction of HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) and improvement of Oil Dynamics’ ecological footprint.

Jürgen Schulz, Managing Director of Oil Dynamics, demonstrates high confidence in such implementations for the company. "These lately updated certifications will consistently increase our competitiveness worldwide and especially our customer’s acceptance and satisfaction."