In 2007 the company obtained the first Designation of Origin Certification for finished leather in compliance with UNI 11239:2007, updated in 2016 in compliance with standard UNI EN 16484:2015 "Determination of the origin of leather production”. The company guarantees its customers that the qualifying phases of the tanning process have been carried out in Italy, thus also ensuring the stylistic and innovative content, as well as the state-of-the-art technology and respect for the environment that characterise Italian production. Tannery customers will also be able to communicate to the market, in a way controlled by ICEC, that they have used certified Italian leather, through a special traceability scheme that foresees the issue of numbered labels to affix on the leather products.DOWNLOAD PDF
In 2006, the company introduced an environmental management system certified in accordance with standard UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 and in 2018 in compliance with standard UNI EN ISO 14001:2015. The company is committed to controlling and reducing all environmental impacts deriving from its activity, guaranteeing compliance with the applicable mandatory requirements.DOWNLOAD PDF
In 2003, the company introduced a Quality Management System certified in accordance with standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 and in 2018 in compliance with standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2015. The company is committed to maintaining continuous improvement of its in-house organisational processes and production, guaranteeng the conformity of its products to customer requirements, to those applicable to the product and to the requirements established by the company itselfDOWNLOAD PDF
In 2007, the company produced a single document which expresses the policy adopted to meet all the commitments made over the years in terms of quality and in terms of the environment.DOWNLOAD PDF
In 2009, the company achieved through the Cultural Institute of Social Sciences “Nicolò Rezzara”, the certification for an efficient system of social responsibility and corporate sustainability related to the areas: work, ethics, social and cultural commitment in the territory. With this document, Conceria La Veneta spa, based on the main international guidelines on the subject, is committed to implementing its corporate processes, focusing especially on factors linked to the territory and to social growth.DOWNLOAD PDF
In June 2019, Conceria La Veneta participated in a two-day audit, which enabled it to achieve the LWG certificate. The Leather Working Group membership organisation is committed to following the entire leather supply chain. Since 2005, the tannery has been developing audit protocols designed to certify leather manufacturers on the basis of their environmental compliance and performance capabilities.DOWNLOAD PDF
REACHRegulation (CE) no. 1907/2006, is a European Union regulation dating from 18 December 2006, concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals.
The Regulation established the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). The main purpose of the regulation is to improve the knowledge of the hazards and risks arising from existing (introduced on the market before September 1981) and new (introduced after September 1981) chemicals while maintaining and enhancing the competitiveness and innovative capacities of the European chemical industry. With reference to EC Regulation 1907/2006 (REACH), our company, as a manufacturer of items, must communicate the presence of SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern) to its customers, if the two following conditions are met simultaneously:
- they are included in the candidate list approved by ECHA and published on the relevant website www.echa.europa.eu;
- they are contained in the item in a quantity greater than 0.1%.
It is NOT the responsibility of the manufacturers of items to register the substances and their use. The items supplied by Conceria La Veneta do not contain any substance included in the candidate list above the limits defined by the Regulation itself.
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