Talma receives recognition from the Quality Management Committee for recertification of Trinorm


In the framework of the Quality Week, organized by the Industrial Development Center of the National Society of Industries, Talma was recognized by the Quality Management Committee, having recertified the trinorm (ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015, OHSAS 18001: 2007). The recertification was carried out in July of this year.

With more than 25 years in the market, Talma Servicios Aeroportuarios S.A. It has a powerful and effective Integrated Management System (SIG) that helps ensure compliance with the legislation and regulation of the sector. It also allows the fair and ethical management of human capital, and the care and prevention of occupational safety and health; minimizes environmental pollution; and, it establishes the framework to carry out a continuous review and measurement of compliance with the requirements and expectations of the company's stakeholders.

The scope of the GIS has been defined according to the context and needs of the organization, the requirements of the stakeholders and the market in general. It should be noted that in the aeronautical sector there are also rigorous international standards that require strict compliance, with high levels of performance.

In 2002 Talma certified its Quality Management System with the ISO 9001 standard, validating the good practices that were being carried out, the continuous improvement actions and the development of external auditing processes. The guidelines of the ISO standard allowed Talma to standardize its standards with those of its clients, as well as improve its productivity. In this way, the company strengthened the management of the organization through a process approach that facilitated the alignment of operational activity with the standards and regulations of the airport sector.

In 2004, Talma certified its Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) and its Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSAS 18001), which brought considerable improvements in environmental impact control processes, as well as SSO controls, with the consequent decrease in work accidents.

Through these certifications, Talma integrated its processes, thus aligning document management and knowledge management in each one of them; and, establishing the necessary standards and controls to comply with the client's requirements, legislation and current regulations.

Currently, Talma has implemented its Anti-Bribery Management System (ISO 37001), waiting to achieve certification.