INMA has established a Quality Management System in line with the SR EN ISO 9001: 2015 standard promoting a policy that is consistent with the organization’s overall strategy to meet the expectations of customers and other stakeholders.
In this respect:
- the necessary processes for INMA QMS have been identified and applied;
- the succession and interaction of these processes has been determined;
- the criteria and methods needed to ensure that both the operation and the control of these processes are effective have been determined;
- the availability of the resources and information necessary to support the operation and monitoring of these processes has been ensured;
- these processes have been monitored, measured and analyzed;
- the necessary actions to achieve the planned results and to continuously improve these processes have been implemented.
When INMA uses processes beyond INMA QMS, processes that can influence compliance of products or services with requirements, INMA ensures the control of these external processes.
INMA QMS is established, documented, implemented, maintained and continuouslyimproved in accordance with the requirements of SR EN ISO 9001:2015.
INMA’s top management ensures that responsibilities and authorities for relevant roles are assigned, communicated and understood within the organization.
The authority and the responsibility for establishing, implementing and maintaining the management system are delegated to the Quality Management Representative, as well as to all process officers.
INMA staff is responsible for:
–participating in the QMS policy implementation;
– applyingQMS procedures, general technical and organizational documents related to the activity it carries out;
– achieving the specific objectives, in order to meet the general objectives set by the QMS policy;
– identifying and addressing the risks and opportunities specific to the activities carried out;
– implementing the improvement measures established at the level of the processes running within its compartment at the QMS level.
– Standardization activity is carried out within the CT 77 Technical Committee “Agricultural and forestry machinery, tractors and irrigation techniques”, the secretariat of which is held by INMA and the “Conformity Assessment” Committee – ROCASCO, with which INMA collaborates in terms of international and European standardization through ASRO experts within this Technical Committee.