Energy Infrastructures Ltd., operates the most advanced management systems for quality control, quality of the environment, occupational safety and health, data protection, energy management, business continuity and transportation safety management in line with the principles of international standards approved by the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the Standards Institute of Israel.
The company was granted the 'Diamond Certification' by the Israel Standards Institute for its high level compliance with the standards of quality.
Eight quality standards have been awarded to the company:
ISO 9001-2015 Quality Management Systems
An international standard which sets requirements for quality management systems. This standard testifies that an organization keeps to these standards, assures that the organization is able to supply the product and/or service in a consistent manner, in compliance with customer and legislative requirements and implements procedures for continuous improvement and customer satisfaction.
ISO 14001-2015 Environmental Management Systems
Authorization by the Standards Institution of Israel for Environmental Management Systems assures that the organization utilizes the appropriate resources in order to meet its obligation to protect the environment. The protection of the environment is reflected in production, service and maintenance activities. Public awareness of environmental hazards and the resulting legislation requires organizations to be committed to this issue and to highlight the protection of the environment in its agenda.
ISO 27001-2013 Information Security Management Systems (ISMS)
Authorization by the Standards Institution of Israel for ISMS assures that the organization utilizes the appropriate resources in order to meet its obligation for secure and efficient management of information.
Recent developments in the field of teleprocessing pose challenges in this field, which holds the key asset of organizational knowledge.
ISO 45001:2018 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System
ISO 45001 is an international standard which sets requirements for the occupational health and safety management system. The standard methodically addresses health and safety management while integrating with the organization’s existing management systems. The standard is a set of organizational rules and tools which the organization takes upon itself, thereby enabling it:
- To map and assess the risks, and even minimize them.
- To ensure that its occupational health and safety policy objectives are achieved.
- To show the community and authorities its commitment to the wellbeing and health of its employees and all guests at its facilities.
- To ensure compliance with legislative requirements and improve the quality of life of its employees.
ISO 50001:2018 – Energy Management System
This standard is focused on managing energy effectively, by building an energy management system (EnMS) and monitoring it in order to reduce the cost of energy as well as reducing greenhouse gases (GHG).
ISO 22301:2012 - Business Continuity Management Systems
ISO 22301:2012 specifies requirements to plan, establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve a documented management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of occurrence, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents when they arise.
ISO 30401:2018 Knowledge Management System
Standard SI 25006 prescribes requirements for organizational knowledge management systems and discusses the establishment and maintenance of knowledge management systems, the instillation and sharing of a knowledge management culture, the knowledge management solutions and how to measure the organizational knowledge.
The Standard encourages adoption of the process approach to knowledge management in an organization, as a basis for the qualitative and effective operation of the knowledge management system in the organization over time.
ISO 37001: Anti-bribery management system
requirements with guidance for use is a method for implementing an anti-bribery culture in the organization. Its implementation will boost the chances of identifying bribery and reduce the number of instances of corruption.