For several years, Ametra Engineering as been a member of the Standardisation Committee AFNOR "Geometric specification of products: Dimensioning and Tolerancing", managed by the UNM (Union de Normalisation de la Mécanique) standardisation office.
The committee works on the standards associated to the "Geometric Specifications of Products" (GSP). In this framework, Ametra Engineering contributes to the standardisation projects (national, European and international). The geometric specifications of products (GSP) are a standardised language that enables the definition, on the design drawing, of all its geometric and functional characteristics: dimensions, shape, direction, position, surface condition, relationship between parts, etc. It is a universal language used by all those who intervene in the creative process, from the design to the manufacturing, to quality control.
Since March 2016, Ametra Engineering has joined the Global Compact programme.
The Global Compact is an initiative launched by the United Nations on 26 July 2000 in New York. Its aim is to encourage organisations around the world (including businesses) to adopt a socially responsible attitude, based on 10 fundamental principles under 4 headings: Human Rights, Working conditions, Environment and the Fight against corruption. Commitment to the Global Compact is on a voluntary basis. In this case, the company that joins commits to making progress in the areas covered by the Global Compact and publishing a Communication on Progress (COP), which presents the actions taken and results obtained.
Currently, over 8700 companies and 5100 not-for-profit organisations have joined the Global Compact in 170 countries. It is the largest sustainable development initiative in the world.
- A continuous improvement approach, including ISO 9001 certification and our Quality Policy
- Integrating the environmental dimension to the campaigns we run for our employees
- Sponsoring of AMETRA staff projects
- Safety, Staff well-being and the quality of working conditions...