Qualified management systems

ISO international standards for management systems reflect the efforts we have made over the years towards efficiency, high quality, and environmental preservation.

ISO 9001

Quality management standards

ISO 9001 is an international standard for quality management systems that, in the widest sense, relates to the organisation’s capability to satisfy the demand and exceed the expectations of customers.

The ISO 9001 quality management system certificate is not issued to goods or services, but to the system that an organisation has created for producing its goods or services.

Balti Vara Ehitus has developed management arrangements that comply with the ISO 9001 standard requirements, implemented efficient management strategies to ensure the functioning of different processes, and identified risks to ensure the sustainability of the organisation and the customers’ confidence for cooperation.

ISO 14001

Environmental management standard

Protection and preservation of the environment is one of the greatest challenges in the world that we all face at the moment. It concerns both producers and consumers, but in a broader sense, it also concerns every person and their everyday consumption choices.

By meeting environmental requirements, Balti Vara Ehitus serves as a model, not only for other enterprises operating in the sector, but also for its partners and customers.

ISO 14001 is a standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system and is compiled to give guidance on increasing environmental efficiency and preventing potential negative impacts. Compliance with the environmental management system standard is not compulsory for companies, but Balti Vara Ehitus has made a commitment to follow it. We are convinced that in addition to environmental gains, correct management of environmental issues helps to achieve economic benefits and increase our competitiveness.

ISO 45001

Standard for occupational health and safety management systems

Meeting occupational safety requirements related to its activity is compulsory for every enterprise.

In order to increase the efficiency of occupational safety and working environment, and to identify and prevent potential negative impacts, several guidance materials and standards have been drawn up, of which the most well-known is ISO 45001.

The main goals of the standard for occupational health and safety management systems are: to establish the principles and purposes of occupational safety; to identify potential occupational accidents related to the activity of an organisation, and to manage risks; to raise the awareness of persons acting on behalf of employees and the organisation, and to draft guidance documents on preventing emergencies or negative impacts.

In all our actions, we follow the guiding principles provided by the ISO 45001 standard on occupational health and safety, and we have clearly determined the roles and responsibilities of persons in charge. While making decisions related to work safety, it is important for us to involve employees in the decision-making process.

All these measures together minimise the potential for safety problems at work and increase the motivation of employees to work safely.