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Environmental Objectives

The impact of our business on the environment is managed so as to ensure that we

  •     Meet the environment performance through continual improvement
  •     Contribute pro-actively to the protection of the local environment
  •     Regularly monitor, control, and review environmental performance
  •     Maximize the involvement of employees in reducing waste, control energy
  •     Consumption, prevention of pollution and promotion of recovery & recycling



Safety Objectives

Our Safety & Health objectives are based on the following

  •     Hazard and Risk assessment
  •     Needs of other interested parties
  •     Opportunities for continual improvement
  •     The intention is to continually improve occupational health & safety performance through the use of a documented management system



Quality Systems

Management Review Meeting & Quality Objectives are the main mode of quality planning. ALPHA has identified and defined the activities and resources needed to achieve quality objectives and to meet customer requirements. Planning consistently with other requirements of the QMS and covering following issues

  •     Ensuring to meet the requirements of the standard
  •     The realization process and resources needed, identifying quality characteristics at different stages, to achieve desired results
  •     Verification activities, criteria for acceptability and the quality records needed

All equipment imported for sale, are only those that are manufactured to the highest specifications or equivalent, by ISO or other internationally approved or accredited manufactures.

Directors visit factories and personally inspect the products.

We further ensure that the products are accepted and approved by Local Fire Service Directorates in the countries in which we operate.



Staff Competence And Training

ALPHA has established and maintains processes to make employees at each relevant function/level aware of the importance of conformance with the quality policy, the significant impact of their work activities on quality, actual or potential, their role and responsibilities in achieving conformance with quality policy and procedures, and the potential consequences of departure from specified procedures

When training is necessary to aid achievement of the required competence, classroom training (internal or external) and on-the-job competence, training is provided to staff. When and where it is necessary, actions other than training will be used to achieve the needed competence.

Identification of training needs is based on the necessity to achieve occupational health and safety objectives and targets. Programs include

  •     Safe work practices
  •     Fire prevention and preparedness
  •     Industrial safety
  •     Retaining of existing employees
  •     Induction training for new employees

Training procedures take into account risk, responsibility, ability, and literacy.

Personnel assigned to specific tasks are competent & qualified on the basis of appropriate education, training and/or experience and are given the required training in order to fulfill their roles/tasks in a competent and responsible manner