In addition to our passion for what we do, we have the methodology to do it right. libnova maintains three active management systems , having been certified by SGS in 2013 for the first time:
ISO 9.000 is a group of quality rules established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Its implementation in organizations offers many advantages for companies. The main benefits are the following:
This family of rules appeared for the first time in 1987, using as a base a British Standard rule (BS) and expanded mainly since its 1994 version. A change in focus, putting more emphasis in process management resulted in version 2000. More recently, after the introduction of some clarifications and updates we have arrived to the current version: ISO 9001:2008, in which our company was certified for the first time in 2013.
ISO 14.000 is an internationally accepted rule, which explains how to establish an Environmental Management System. The rule has been designed to keep a balance between productivity and the reduction of the environmental impact of the company activities. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was invited to participate in the Earth Summit, organized by the Environment and Development Conference, held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. As a result the ISO committed the development of international environmental rules, called ISO 14000 (ISO 14.000 is based on the British Standard BS7750, published by the British Standards Institution (BSI)) prior to the UNO Environmental World Meeting in 1992 . In 1992 a technical commitee composed of 43 active members and 15 observers started the development of this standard. In October 1996 the first ISO 14000 draft was published, and nowadays is one of the most complete set of rules addressed to introduce a higher level of environmental responsibility in the companies. All our equipments are manufactured with respect for the environment. We were certified for the first time in 2013.
ISO 27001 is an international standard that provides the basis for effective management of confidential and sensitive information, and for the application of information security controls. It was approved and published as an international standard in October 2005 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). It explains the requisites needed in order to implement, maintain an improve a System for the Security of the Information according to the well known “Deming Cycle”: PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) It is consistent with the best practices described in ISO/IEC 17.779 (Currently ISO/IEC 27.002) and its origin is the standard BS 7799-2:2002 issued by the British Standard Institution (BSI). ISO 27.001 is for Security the same as IO 9.001 is for Quality. A rule developed by the best worldwide specialist in the field of Information Security, and its objective is to deliver a methodology for the implementation of the security of the information in a given organization. It also allows an organization to be certified, such is the case of libnova, which implies that an independent certification entity (SGS in libnovas´case) has confirmed that the security of the information has been implemented in this organization in the best possible way. We care about your data as much as you would. We design secure products. We were certified by SGS for the first time in 2013.