At the beginning of March 2017 we obtained the UNI EN 9100: 2009 certification, mainly designed to track processes and quality in the aeronautical sector. A decisive step towards critical productive environments and towards the construction of a more human-friendly environment.
On 9 March 2017 Zare obtained the UNI EN 9100: 2009 certification for the "Production of prototypes and details in metal and polyamide alloys with Selective Laser Melting and Additive Manufacturing technologies".
Obtaining a certification of this type is not a casual event but is the result of a long reorganization work that has involved all the sectors of the company for many months. Certification is not a goal, it is not a trophy to be exhibited in the meeting room. The certification is the reason that leads the company to move in a more functional, more efficient but above all coordinated and scalable: it is the base from which to build a structured industrial activity.
- Process monitoring
- Absolute productive repeatability
- Full traceability over time
Producing following the UNI EN 9100: 2009 makes the efficiency of the sequence mandatory, which in our case starts from the reception of the file and its conservation in safety until the finished pieces are delivered to the customer's hands. Each department must operate with a view to sharing data and reference metrics in order to ensure a total replicability of the processing for 20 years.
Attention to man is certainly also fundamental.
The standard requires the collection of references to adjust the load of hours / man so as to understand in advance if the employee could quickly find himself in an overload situation or be subjected to excessive stress. The quality of life of people working in the company is not an advertising slogan. The quality of work affects the quality of production, the finished piece and the relationship with customers.