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Certification and Standards

Torino Airport certification path

ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) Airport Certification

On 10 August 2017, Torino Airport achieved the Airport Certificate pursuant to Community Regulation no. 139/2014 . It establishes the airport technical requirements (i.e. infrastructures, facilities, systems and surrounding areas) and the managerial and operational requirements for the airport management company (i.e. set of means, personnel and procedures) in order to guarantee the safety of airport operations.

This certificate replaces the previous one issued on November 30, 2004 by ENAC according to the "Regulations for the construction and operation of airports” that integrated the technical contents of Annex 14 Airports Volume 1 in Italy.

ISO 9001: 2015 certification

SAGAT recognize a strategic role to Quality, as it is transversal to all company processes. It is both a founding value and a critical success factor for the progressive development of Torino Airport - a crucial infrastructure for the territory, at the service of all stakeholders.

The SAGAT Quality Management System is UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015 certified.

Operating in strict compliance with current legislation on Quality of Services and in accordance to the provisions of ISO 9001: 2015, the priority objectives that we set ourselves are:

 

  • to provide excellent services in the activities of the Airport Managing Company;
  • to exercise the role of control of the Airport Managing Company, ensuring the Quality of the "airport system";
  • to monitor the indicators of the Quality delivered and perceived by our passengers, also in terms of benchmarks with other airports.

 

 The monitoring system for the quality delivered and perceived is based on the methodologies set out in the ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) Circulars GEN-06 and GEN-02A.

ISO 50001: 2018 certification

SAGAT S.p.A. it is a company with a high energy consumption and has always considered energy management to be an crucial factor for the sustainable development of its business.

In October 2020 SAGAT S.p.A., along with DNV-GL certification body has renewed the Energy Management System certification according to the international standard ISO 50001:2018  after undertaking an energy diagnosis update in agree with the manner provided for by Italian Legislative Decree n. 102/2014.

The objectives of the new improvement plan are focused on limiting consumption both through investments in plants and systems with significant potential for improvement and through the enhancement of management and control systems.

Consistent with the objectives of its energy policy, in 2020 SAGAT S.p.A. increased 75% of the electricity from certified renewable sources.

For more information, consult the page dedicated to the Energy Management Policy of Torino Airport.

HSE - Health, Safety and Environment Management System

SAGAT S.p.A. has completed the certification process of its integrated Health, Safety and Environment Management System in compliance with the most modern international standards on Occupational Health and Safety at work (OHSAS 18001: 2007) and environmental (ISO 14001 : 2015).

The HSE Management System of Torino Airport has been certified by both the TÜV Italia and TS Technical Service AG Certification Bodies.

The achievement of the HSE Management System Certification represents the intent of SAGAT S.p.A. to adhere to the highest internationally recognized occupational environmental and safety performance standards, going beyond compliance with the minimum requirements imposed by national legislation. The HSE management System turns out to be a strategic element transversal to all the activities present on the airport fields: support activities, services’ management - carried out directly or indirectly - infrastructure design, construction and maintenance activities, aeronautical operativity.

ACI EUROPE Airport Carbon Accreditation - Level 1

Turin Airport has been certified at Level 1 (Mapping) of the "Airport Carbon Accreditation" environmental sustainability program, the common framework for the active management of emissions at airports through measurable results promoted by ACI Europe,  the European airports’ industry trade association.

The initiative aims to improve the environmental sustainability of European airports through coordinated actions of environmental protection, by the reduction of energy consumption and contrasting the CO2 emissions produced by airports in the atmosphere. The process is built on four different levels: mapping, reduction, optimization and neutralization of emissions.

Level 1 consists in the development of the Carbon Footprint, i.e. the conversion into CO2 equivalent of the energy resources used by the Airport, a first step to subsequently identify actions aimed at offsetting emissions.