Create transparency and optimize processes
Quality reflects an essential part of our success. This is also reflected in our quality management. Thanks to international standardization, we can guarantee our customers and business partners a high standard, now and in the future, which gives security and confidence every time an order is placed. We will continue to efficiently optimize our internal processes and structures in order to act responsibly and transparently in the interests of our customers.
In addition, we have been a certified welding company according to DIN 18800-7 class E since 2011 and according to EN 1090-2 execution class up to EXC3 since 2014.
In addition, our in-house production control (FPC) has been certified according to EN 1090-1 since the end of 2014.
Since the beginning of 2016 we have had the Welding Workshop Approval Certificate, issued by DNV GL.
The endeavor to continuously optimize our processes and procedures is reflected in our certificates.
Certified information security according to VDA ISA
The VDA Information Security Assessment (VDA ISA) is an information security requirements catalogue based on key aspects of the international standard ISO/IEC 27001. It is used by companies both for internal purposes as well as assessments by suppliers and service providers who process sensitive information from their respective companies. Since 2017, TISAX has established a common assessment and exchange mechanism for information security audits in accordance with VDA ISA, which is already being used by more than 2,500 companies in more than 40 countries.
The ENX Association supports with TISAX on behalf of VDA the common acceptance of Information Security Assessments in the automotive industry. The TISAX Assessments are conducted by audit providers that demonstrate their qualification at regular intervals.
For the Worthmann Maschinenbau GmbH and MACEAS GmbH confidentiality, availability and integrity of information have great value. We have taken extensive measures on protection of sensitive and/or confidential information. Therefore, we follow the question catalogue of information security of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA ISA). The assessment was conducted by an audit provider, in this case the TISAX audit provider TÜV Rheinland i-sec GmbH.