Management System Resource Centre

The scope of operation cover all aspects of Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental accredited management systems, over which it can reasonably expect to have control or influence.

We are committed to maintaining a Quality Management System in accordance with the latest edition of AS9100 incorporating BS EN ISO 9001 and our management endeavours to lead the company toward improvement of its performance in every aspect of its work cycle.

We are committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of our employees so far as is reasonably practical. We strive for the continual improvement of our health and safety management system in accordance with OHSAS 18001 latest edition.

Full compliance, with applicable statutory national and international regulations in all aspects of our business, is regularly reviewed and sufficient financial, business and other resources are made available to ensure that it does.

Drallim Industries Limited shall, where practical, ensure that they do not use or supply any components, metals or any other products that contain Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum and Gold (Conflict Minerals) as identified in the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act”.

Terms and Conditions of Sale

For Customers of Drallim Industries Limited.

Terms and Conditions of Purchase

For Suppliers to Drallim Industries Limited.

Drallim Industries Limited is approved by the MAA under DAOS (Design Approved Organisation Scheme) and is capable of design, development and certification of products encompassed by our scope of approval.

RoHS and WEEE

The company is aware of, and operates in accordance with, the European Union legislation regarding the harmonisation of member states’ legislation regarding the “Restrictions of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Regulations (as amended) 2012 S.I. No. 3032”.

We understand the requirements of the related “Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations (as amended) 2014 S.I. No.1771.

First Aid Policy

We will provide sufficient numbers of first-aid personnel to deal with accidents and injuries at work, we will also provide information and training on first aid to employees to ensure that statutory requirements and the needs of the organisation are met.

We will provide sufficient numbers of first-aid personnel to deal with accidents and injuries at work, we will also provide information and training on first aid to employees to ensure that statutory requirements and the needs of the organisation are met.

Additional requirements above and beyond AS9100 / ISO9001 to be adhered to by suppliers for parts identified as “Internal QC Category CAA/A”, on drawings supplied with purchase orders.

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We understand that our activities can have an impact on the environment through generation of waste, use of raw materials, resources and emissions to air and water.

We are committed to maintaining an Environmental Management System, to the latest edition of BS EN ISO 14001, whilst improving our performance in the protection of the environment, by minimising the impact as far as is reasonably practicable and ensuring the principles of sustainable development are operated throughout the range of activities in which we are engaged.

REACH

We support the objectives of REACH, including protecting human health and the environment, we are aware of the requirements of the REACH regulations, its provisions and exclusions, we operate in accordance with the “Registration, Evaluation, Authorisations and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)” Regulations.

We promote the fact that equal opportunity is about good employment practices and efficient use of our most valuable assets, our employees.

As a globally known company we understand the importance of export compliance and are committed to ensuring that we take our responsibilities seriously.This commitment covers all areas of our overseas business and the company are fully aware of the commercial impact of export controls.

By adhering to our policy, we aim to limit the supply of product, technology or strategic goods to countries proscribed as prohibited for reasons of proliferation, security, or terrorism in an effort to ensure we make the world a safer place.

Our customers have come to rely on the wide variety of services we provide in many ways. The company recognises the reality that unexpected events and disasters, large-scale or small, can and will occur which may affect our ability to deliver those services through our normal business operation. To this end the company has designed a plan to successfully support critical business activities during natural and man-made disasters or potential business continuity problems, that may arise, with little or no interruption. The company dedicates significant resources to effective business continuity planning and testing with the aim to reducing the negative effect of any continuity affecting issues.

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