ISO 14001 - Environmental management
ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management. Environmental management is used to regulate businesses' impact on the external environment. This means that a business formulates an environmental policy and environmental targets to manage activities, products and services. This often takes place integrated into the company's other management and management functions. The requirements for environmental management and associated aids are given in the standards in the ISO 14000 series.
ISO 9001 - Quality management
ISO 9001. This has a process-oriented approach, and includes, among other things, quality management, product design, customer care, document control, internal training, internal audit and management evaluation. The ISO 9001 standard is simply about having management and control over the organization and the work processes - and as part of this - having established systems for continuous improvement. At Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik, TQM (Total Quality Management) is used as a management system for quality and management, and works according to the LEAN methodology.
The EU-Ecolabel is the official European ecolabel. The EU's Ecolabel is an equivalent environmental label to the "Svanemerke". The manufacturers must document that the products meet a number of strict health and environmental requirements.
The Ecolabel Foundation controls and approves the use of the EU's Ecolabel in Norway. The labeling scheme is part of the EEA agreement and also covers Norway. The Environmental Marking Foundation manages Blomsten i Norge on behalf of the Ministry of Child Equality and Inclusion.