DIATEX COMMITMENTS CONCERNING QUALITY management
At the time of globalization, industrial fabric companies must be performant or innovative. Reinforced by a know-how from a region traditionally involved in the textile field, DIATEX firmly commits in the path of modernity since 1986.
DIATEX has succeeded at passing its follow up audit for ISO 9001:2015 & EN 9100:2016 certifications by Bureau Veritas, which places the company at the first rank of accredited supplier of the Aerospace and Aeronautics industries.
5S methodology : an approach towards continuous improvement
DIATEX completes its global quality system with a 5S approach turned towards continuous improvement.
From the 5 Japanese terms, “Seiri”, “Seiton”, “Seiso”, “Seiketsu”, “Shitsuke”, DIATEX has established it in its own terms, creating the foundation of its methodology:
- Suppress uselessness
- Set things in order
- Standardize rules
- Sustain and progress
Customer satisfaction: our priority
In order to bring satisfaction to our clients, we commit to:
- Always optimize our creativity and our service,
- Continuously improve our reactivity,
- Set up an efficient quality system,
- Have our certified products answer requirements of a high technical level,
- Have our organization checked by an independent organism,
- Have our products controlled by accredited laboratories,
- Respect our general sales rules criteria.
What is Oeko-Tex standard100 ?
DIATEX commits since 2012 in a certification OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 which goes even further than REACH. DIATEX wishes to differentiate itself from imported competition products and often made in Asia, which do match REACH’s criteria but do not offer a sanitary safety level sufficient enough, especially concerning allergies. OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 was set at the beginning of the 90s to answer the public’s and consumers’ needs to find textiles without health risk. The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certification applies on most our fabrics.
Up until the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 was introduced, there was no reliable product certification for consumers to judge the human/ecological quality of the textiles, nor any homogenous safety criteria for companies in the textile and clothing industry which could give a valid evaluation of potential toxic substances contained in the textile products.
So, the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a system of control and global standard certification for raw, semi-finished and finished textile goods for all processing stages. The controls on toxic substances include regulated and law-forbidden substances, chemical products known for being concerning for health as well as parameters introduced as a safety precaution for health. The textile product to test is put into one out of four categories of OEKO-TEX® products according to their final use. The more it is in contact with skin, the stricter the criteria to meet concerning human ecology.