Certifications of the EMAG Group

Certifications have a high priority in the EMAG Group. Processes are illuminated and reviewed by external certification partners. In the areas of quality management, environmental management and energy management, certifications are particularly relevant as they certify compliance with recognized best practices. For the EMAG Group, which has long been committed to environmental responsibility, compliance with these standards is a high priority.

Quality management

Quality management is an integral part of the EMAG Group's business activities and is ensured by the existing management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001 / VDA6.4. This internationally recognized standard for quality management systems ensures that companies act in a customer-oriented manner and continuously improve in order to increase customer satisfaction. The quality management system ensures that the products and services of the EMAG Group are provided at a consistently high level.

Environmental management

The EMAG Group has taken extensive measures to protect the environment and was certified to DIN EN ISO 14001 for the first time in mid-2004. This certification, an international standard for environmental management systems, ensures that companies deal responsibly with their environmental impact.

The EMAG Group has set itself the task of continuously reviewing, evaluating and improving the impact of its operational processes and products on the environment. This also includes ensuring proper and certified waste disposal. In addition, the company takes all necessary measures to avoid environmentally relevant incidents and accidents and to minimize their effects, and naturally complies with all relevant environmental laws and regulations.

Energy management

Energy efficiency is of crucial importance both for the economic performance of a company and for environmental protection. At European level, this is regulated, for example, by the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (RL 2012/27/EU). It obliges companies to carry out regular energy audits or, alternatively, to introduce an energy management system in accordance with ISO 50001. This standard requires companies to systematically monitor, measure and reduce their energy consumption in order to continuously improve energy efficiency.