Our quality standard is comprehensive and begins with the review of relevant offer and order documents. It continues with development and design, the selection and evaluation of suppliers and testing of supplied parts and materials, production planning and control, and ends with the punctual provision of the means of production and the maintenance of their functionality. We have the EMG quality management system checked and confirmed by external auditing in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001.
The quality requirements at EMG are high. They are based on legal requirements and standards, the high expectations of our customers and a technically and economically feasible optimum. All employees in all areas of the company take responsibility for the quality of our products and processes. Our efforts are coordinated by the independent "Strategic Quality Management" department, which reports directly to the Executive Board.
The occupational health and safety of all employees and visitors has top priority at EMG Automation GmbH. In addition to ISO 9001, we are also certified according to ISO 45001, ISO 50001 in order to visibly demonstrate our high level of personal responsibility in the careful handling of the environment and the prudent use of energetic resources. In addition, we have successfully participated in the ÖKOPROFIT project and have been allowed to officially call ourselves an ÖKOPROFIT-certified company since 2014. Further certificates and language versions are available on request.
The aspiration to become better and better is an integral part of our corporate philosophy. That is why we launched the TOP.FIT project in 2005 to implement the Continuous Improvement Process (CIP) in the EMG Group. At TOP.FIT, two EMG full-time employees are exclusively concerned with the introduction and further development of resource-saving processes.
Among the projects managed by TOP.FIT is the introduction of the space- and time-saving "one-piece flow". By this we mean moving away from workbench production to island production: In this process, one product - for example, a control cabinet - is completely finished before the next one is started.