The implementation of sustainable management practices also involves adopting a broad set of certified management systems encompassing the issues of quality, safety, the environment, as well as social issues.
CERTIFIED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
|SEA||Airport Carbon Accreditation – Neutrality Level1
|OHSAS 180014||Dasa Register5 UNI CEI
|UNI EN ISO 9001:20087|
|SEA Energia||Registrazione EMAS8
1 ACI (Airport Council International) Europe Certification to incentivize the contribution by airports to the fight against climate change. A series of actions for the control and reduction of direct and indirect emissions of CO2 are scheduled. In June 2010 SEA reached level 3+, with Linate and Malpensa classified among the leading airports in Italy (and among the leading in Europe) for achieving carbon “neutrality”.
2 Concerns the provision of an Environmental Management System which identifies, controls and monitors the performance of the organization.
3 International standard for the managements of energy, which focuses attention on the energy yields of the organization and requires that the promotion of energy efficiency is considered throughout the organization’s distribution chain, as a requirement to be sought from suppliers.
4 Voluntary application, within the organization, of a system which guarantees adequate control regarding the Safety and Health of Workers, as well as compliance with the regulations in force.
5 Concerns the changes to the airport infrastructure at Linate and Malpensa to ensure their usage by persons with reduced mobility, in order to guarantee equality of opportunity.
6 Concerns the passenger assistance service to those with reduced mobility at airports.
7 Services Quality Management System.
8 Enterprises and organizations wishing to voluntarily commit to the evaluation and improvement of their environmental efficiency may adhere to the Eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS). EMAS principally provides stakeholders with an instrument through which the environmental attributes of an organization may be attained.