The certifications obtained by Ori Martin for its production plants worldwide are the end result of an ethical approach geared towards respecting and valuing environmental issues and relations with the various subjects involved.
Ori Martin plants have obtained several certifications for environmental protection, safety and management.
The Code of Ethics of Ori Martin Group: values and rules of conduct for a sound and ethical company.
Ori Martin has adopted its own internal organisational model for administrative responsibility.
Since 2009, the company has been implementing an occupational health and safety management system (SGSSL) conforming to the requirements of the BS OHSAS 18001 international standard.
O.R.I. MARTIN S.p.A. has always believed that its prime responsibility is to ensure health and safety in the workplace. This translates into a series of technical, organisational and procedural measures geared towards prevention and protection.
Ori Martin believes that the external environment is a crucial factor in the company's management. For this reason, since the 1970s the company has been implementing a policy for reducing its environmental impact through significant investments in plants and training of its operators.
The company participates in the consortium company RAMET (an acronym for ‘Environmental research applied to metallurgy’), grouping 22 companies in the territory of Brescia (Italy), which promotes studies and research for assessing the impact of secondary metallurgy production activities on work environments and the territory.
Thanks to its on-going commitment in correctly managing environmental issues, in 2002 the company received the first ISO 14001 certification in Italy for the electric steelworks sector.
Safeguarding the environment entails a rigorous and far-reaching policy for monitoring consumption and recycling waste. Ori Martin pursues this objective by intervening on various aspects: on-going reduction of emissions in the atmosphere, reduction of water and energy consumption and noise, heat recovery, recycling of waste and slag.