Our goal: customer satisfaction through technical excellence.
To achieve these objectives, the integrated policy is based on the following principles:
- It is communicated, understood, and applied by all staff.
- It serves as a frame of reference for the establishment and elaboration of the objectives
- It establishes the following commitments:
- Quality in the provision of the service, in the satisfaction of our clients, in the fulfillment of the requirements applicable to the activity (whether legal or otherwise), directing all efforts towards continuous improvement that favors the development of performance.
- Provide safe and healthy working conditions for the prevention of injuries and deterioration of health in all services and in the context and nature of the risks and opportunities defined by the organization.
- Encourage consultation and participation of workers.
- Protect the environment, including prevention of pollution.
- It establishes the involvement and collaboration of all members of the company, fostering a good work environment and developing training plans to have a competent team suited to market needs.
At SISENER we have a Quality Management System in accordance with ISO 9001: 2015 standards, certified by BUREAU VERITAS
- ANRE Accreditation (Type B, Type C1B, Type D1 and Type E1) for qualification in Romania for Works in Power Plants and Networks up to 400 kV.
- ISO 9001: 2008 dedicated for Romania.
- COES-SINAC Accreditation for Consulting and Advisory jobs for the Manager of the National Network in Peru.
- Certified Provider No. 302452 https://www.achilles.com/
EUROPEAN FUNDING PROGRAM HORIZON 2020
In 2018, together with the Carbochemical Institute, we developed the Pirocrack Project (ID: 817214) for the treatment of urban solid waste (MSW), which received support from the European H2020 Funding Program in Phase I. Pirocrack is a new method to treat solid waste urban areas and avoid sending waste to landfills, an action for which community institutions are committed. The ultimate objective is that with small plants designed for this purpose, it is possible to recover waste close to where it is produced, which could reduce costs in waste treatment compared to what is done today (via incinerators or landfills) and be more environmentally friendly.
In 2015-2016, we also participated in the Fortissimo project (ID: 609029), a collaborative project for the use of simulation services that is executed through high-performance computing in the cloud. This project was also funded by the European Commission within the Seventh Framework Program and is part of the I4MS Initiative. We collaborated on this project as an end user of Ingecon’s Kriging interpolation software running on a high-performance cloud computing system.