Certifications and labels
CEMA Bois de l'Atlas offers products that comply with the latest international standards and requirements.
CEMA Bois de l'Atlas is part of the Safari Group. It specializes in the manufacture of wood panels and wood by-products. Its success rests on two pillars, one specialized in wood processing and the other in the production of joinery elements.
A strong commitment to corporate social responsibility
CEMA Bois de l'Atlas' socially responsible approach goes hand in hand with a strong sense of social responsibility, based on the principles and methods of responsible industrial management. CEMA Bois de l'Atlas is committed to responsible forest management, with a strong commitment to quality, safety and the environment.
CEMA Bois de l'Atlas' commitment to the environment can be summed up as follow:
- Respect the environment as a whole.
- Provide ongoing professional training for its employees.
- Investing to improve health and safety conditions and the company's competitiveness.
- Supply from sustainably managed forest resources.
- Demand that all our activities use legally harvested timber.
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Our industrial process is certified by the world's most demanding global authorities for greater compliance with international standards.
This quality standard relates to technical specifications, mentioning performance with regard to relevant aspects that have been assessed, such as durability. The fact of having it indicates that the quality has been verified by an independent third party.
FSC certification is based on a commitment and practice already embodied in a forest management plan. In other words, it imposes an initial level of quality on the forest.
Private certification, open to all, based on obligations of means and enabling green space operators to reach at least the standard eco-regime level.
The ISO 50001 standard aims to improve the energy performance of any organization. Its implementation is therefore a potential source of energy savings for companies reducing their environmental impact.
These standards are aimed at all organizations wishing to implement a management system designed to control their impact on the environment. Their application is generally voluntary.