Right from the founding of TRW, we have always believed in the importance of officially certifying the validity of our work processes.
Our translation agency also boasts the much-coveted ISO 17100 certification. This certification specifies the requirements of all aspects of the translation process, in order that the supplied service meets the correct quality standards. Everything is regulated in detail, from the professional qualifications and skills of the resources involved to the standards relating to the different stages of production: pre-production, production and post-production.
TRW has also obtained certifications ISO 9001 - Quality management, ISO 14001 - Environmental management systems and ISO 27001 - Information security.
TRW has a quality management system compliant with the requirements of ISO 9001, namely:
Standard UNI CEI ISO /IEC 27001:2005 (Information technology - Security techniques - Information security management systems - Requirements) defines the necessary characteristics to implement and manage an information security system (ISMS, Information Security Management System) and includes aspects relating to logical, physical, and organisational security.
The ISO 17100 quality standard sets out provisions for translation service providers (TSP) in relation to the management of core processes, minimum qualification requirements, the availability and management of resources, as well as necessary actions for the delivery of a quality translation service;Read all
ISO 14001 is recognised as the standard for certification of the Environmental Management System.
Based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act methodology, it provides a systematic framework for the integration of practices designed to protect the environment, prevent pollution, reduce the quantity of waste and the consumption of energy and materials.
TRW is certified pursuant to ISO 13485, that is, internationally recognised certification for quality management systems in the medical devices industry.
All organisations that work in this industry, from design to development, production, installation, and technical assistance for medical devices or related services, are required to adhere to this quality standard. This certification guarantees compliance of the management systems of electromedical equipment, and with the requirements of the related standards.
TRW code of ethics: clear rules to work better.
TRW has adopted a code of ethics since 19th September 2016. It is a set of shared and well-defined rules of conduct, which must be respected by all figures involved in the work processes to ensure best practices in all situations, especially in dealings with large corporations.