Intrac Spa has chosen IMQ, one of the most important Italian certification bodies

INTRAC S.p.A. has always expressed a genuine interest in the certification of management systems, as it is representative of the recognition of the entrepreneurial skills of an organisation that has been able to optimise its structure  providing efficient management, adequate skills and appropriate internal structures, as well as a guarantee of reliability for customers, suppliers, employees and employees, the more valid the more prestigious is the body that issued the certification.
For the verification of compliance of its corporate management systems, INTRAC S.p.A. has chosen IMQ, one of the most important Italian certification bodies, European leader in conformity assessment (safety, quality, sustainability) for Italy and abroad, certifications and inspections in the main industrial, services and manufacturing sectors.



  • UNI EN ISO 9001 certification Quality management systems since 2003
  • UNI EN ISO 14001 certification Environmental management systems since 2006
  • UNI EN ISO 45001 Certification: 2018 Management systems for health and safety at work since 2020.
INTRAC S.p.A. has adapted its integrated quality management system environment and safety to the new revisions of international standards ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 as confirmed by the issuance of CSQ certifications by the certification body IMQ in February 2018. The transition from BS OHSAS 18001 (acquired in May 2018) to ISO 45001:2018 was conducted in May 2020.



  • helps to maintain a work culture shared by the whole company and marked by professionalism;
  • increases credibility and ensures customer confidence;
  • improves the quality and performance of the organization;
  • facilitates the analysis of the business environment, stakeholders and risk monitoring of the organisation;
  • offers business a competitive advantage;
  • opens up new export markets;
  • promotes the acquisition of new customers and build customer loyalties;
  • allows to compete with the largest companies;
  • strengthens marketing strategies;
  • supports the adoption of a company policy in which respect for the environment and its territory plays a major role;
  • provides assurance of a systemic and pre-ordered approach to environmental emergencies;
  • facilitates compliance with existing legislation on the environment and safety and health at work;
  • helps the reduction of waste (water consumption, energy resources, etc.);
  • reduces accidents and near-miss;
  • encourages the reduction of environmental and employee's health and safety offences;
  • involves staff in a motivating project;
  • supports the organisation’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact factors over time through an effective environmental management system;
  • is guarantee of reliability for customers, suppliers, but also employees and collaborators;
  • offers the evidence of an organization attentive to customer satisfaction, equipped with tools to monitor it, increase it and thus ensure greater loyalty and customer satisfaction;
  • supports investment and/or technological change decisions.




Prevention, respect for the environment -starting from the performance of all daily activities- and consideration for all environmental resources destined to depletion are the fundamental basis of the environmental management system of INTRAC S.p.A., which for years has been carrying out  the control and containment of the environmental impacts of its industrial activities through the use of state-of-the-art production facilities,the continuous improvement of the safety performance of its products, health and environmental impact and relevant environmental performance. 
Particular importance for INTRAC S.p.A. is the monitoring of the environmental impacts associated with the life cycle of the product that the company obtains from Screening Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) applied to its products following the structure proposed by ISO 14040 and ISO 14044 and which provides a cradle-to-gate approach (from cradle to gate) considering all the environmental impacts from the extraction of raw materials up to the packaging processes of the finished product, before shipping to the customer.