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Vales management, aware of the changes made to the ISO 9001: 2015 Standard and in its commitment to continuous improvement of the production of all types of doors and the machining of doors and frames, and its manufacturing system to comply with rules, regulations and customer specifications wants to show its commitment to adapt to the quality management system.
In order to fulfill its commitments, the Management will participate actively and through the necessary resources (material, human and technical) in updating and maintaining the management system. With the necessary monitoring and controls at all levels of the organization chart, to achieve continuous improvement. Improve customer satisfaction, company training and compliance with all national and international norms and regulations.
In relation to Vales' commitment to improvement and social satisfaction, it makes the following self-declaration regarding FSC-POL-01-004
The organization that signs this statement is associated with the Forest Stewardship Council A.C. Oaxaca, Mexico, or one of its subsidiaries or affiliates (hereinafter FSC) already knows because it is affiliated or because it has a contractual relationship with FSC. The subscribing organization hereby explicitly declares that it has read and understood the 'Policy for Organizers Association with FSC' as published on www.fsc.org. This policy sets out FSC's position on unacceptable activities undertaken by organizations and individuals who are already or might want to partner with FSC, as well as the mechanism for dissociation.
In view of the above, the organization explicitly agrees now and in the future, while the relationship with FSC exists, not to participate directly or indirectly in the following unacceptable activities:
1. Illegal logging or trade in illegal timber or forest products;
2. Violation of traditional and human rights in forestry operations;
3. Destruction of high conservation values in silvicultural operations;
4. Significant conversion of forests to plantations or non-forest uses;
5. introduction of genetically modified organisms in forestry operations;
6. Violation of any of the fundamental ILO conventions as defined in the ILO declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work.
We ask to Vales staff to comply with all the requirements required to achieve the goals and I delegate to the Quality Manager the responsibility of continuing to supervise the implementation, maintenance and effectiveness of the Management system, which will inform me, at review and improvement effects of the established system.