In order to be successful on the market, MAHA must be able to fulfil many requirements from a diverse range of sources. The main focus here is what the customer needs from our products and services. MAHA consistently concentrates on fulfilling these customer requirements.
There are also multiple other parameters that must be fulfilled to safeguard the long-term success of our company – compliance with legal regulations to name but one. None of these parameters can be fulfilled effectively and practically unless the requirements are recognised in good time, incorporated into our company processes and implemented correctly. To do this, we use our integrated management system (IMS).
The management systems contained in the IMS are specified in industrial standards that each deal with a particular requirement area – for example with quality (ISO 9001) or environmental protection (ISO 14001). These standards are based on the experience of leading group companies and business committees. They lay down principles describing the best ways to recognise and implement the requirements. Rather than functioning as a legislative
straitjacket, they represent practice-based guidelines for efficiently planning and realising processes that will satisfy all requirements. Applying the standards effectively maximises fulfilment of the relevant requirements and makes all areas of the organisation more transparent and productive.