Quality is a compelling reality, that's uppermost in our mind, translating into constant updating of technology, processes, machinery and resources. Our continuous quest for quality leads us to the pursuit of zero defect products through self-assessment, right from the suppliers to the shop floor. Every stage of the processes, from R&D to design and manufacture and from people to the machines, is monitored.

At Metal Cast, listening to the customers and their needs is a tradition as old as the group itself. For it is they who drive us further, make us reach higher, and engineer better solutions. In the customer's often unspoken wish for better implements lies the seed for a new invention, a path-breaking industrial concept.

The finest quality brings on the biggest smile on a customer's face and to us the customer and his satisfaction are of foremost importance. That is the reason why quality has become the yardstick for us to measure our efforts.

ur culture of conscientious engineering encompasses pollution control, waste management, replica breitling effluent treatment and eco-friendly engineering. Being a manufacturing group it becomes inevitable for us to take care of the environment. We take full care to meet the environment friendly norms. We have the environment policy to initiate and monitor pollution control practices and to improve continuously the environment. All of our products are tested to be environment friendly. Moreover, they are manufactured under stringent norms of the least possible emission and waste to meet the standards.

The Policy

The organisation's environmental policy, as enunciated by the top management must reflect its commitment :

  • To comply with relevant environmental legislation and regulations.
  • To make continual environmental improvement and prevention of pollution.
This policy is to be documented, implemented, and communicated to all employees.

The Plan

The organisation establishes procedures that will :

  • Identify environmental aspects of its activities /products /services which it can control and over which it can be expected to have influence, so as to know the factors which have significant impact on the environment (air, water or land).
  • Identify the legal and other environmental regulations which apply to the organisation's activities /products/services.
In keeping with its environmental policy, and taking into account the areas of significant impact, the organisation sets appropriate environmental objectives and targets for itself. These targets should be measurable where practicable.

Technological options, financial and operational requirements too, have their say in the shaping of these objectives. Time-frames are set, and the personnel who will implement the environment policy are identified.

Implementation and operation

Roles and responsibilities are defined and communicated across the company.

Specific managers are assigned the tasks of :
  • Ensuring that system requirements are implemented in keeping with the international standard.
  • Reporting to top management for review, with a view to improving the system.
Employees at each function/level must be made aware of each one's particular responsibility as also the significant environmental impact/benefits of their work activities. They must fully realize the importance of conforming to environmental policy and the consequences - possibly hazardous - of non-conformance.

Procedures are laid down to identify/deal with emergency and potential - emergency situations and to prevent or mitigate adverse environmental impact.

Resources (human, technological, and financial) are committed to implement the system. Training needs are identified and provided for. Checks and correction

The organisation's operations which could have a significant impact on the environment must be monitored and measured on a regular basis. To this end, detailed environmental records are maintained.

Responsibility is assigned
  • To investigate any non-conformance.
  • To take action in case of adverse impact.
Periodic environmental audits are submitted to management. These determine whether the environment management system is conforming

  • To the organisation's environment objectives
  • To environment legislation and
  • To the requirements of the international standard.

Periodic reviews by the management are needed to ensure that the system is performing effectively. In light of the audit results, the management may consider changes in its environment policy and objectives or, if need be, initiate action to tackle any major non-conformance.
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