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Our primary activities:
- Management systems design
- Product labelling
- Informatics and web design
Quality and technology consultants
DEIKTIS constitutes your expert business partner.
As a quality management consultant, we support business certifications to international standards (ISO, ELOT, HACCP, etc). We furthermore undertake product labelling projects in accordance with current legislation (CE marking, energy labeling, etc).
As a technology consultant, we provide information technology services, application development, and web design services.
Our clientele, from Greece and Cyprus, comprises of businesses of all kinds, magnitudes and activity sectors.
Our team members are hand-picked, hold strong qualifications, have real work experience, and are encouraged to continuously enrich their skills.
Our business services are provided in accordance to an ISO 9001:2015 quality management system. Our mission is the timely and sound completion of all undertaken projects.
ISO certification | ELOT | HACCP
We design, develop, install, update, consolidate and support management systems in accordance with all national and international management standards.
A well designed management system provides future benefits which are not clearly distinguishable during its initial application period.
Choosing the right business consultant today, sets the foundation for a better future business model.
We cooperate with all accredited certification bodies, in accordance to real needs and expectations of businesses, while keeping it simple, discreet, and cost effective.
ISO 9001 Quality Management
ISO 9001:2015 sets the requirement of a quality management system. It can be adopted by all businesses, small or big, irrespective of business sector.
ISO 9001:2015 certification is recognized globally. At least one million businesses, originating from 170 countries are currently certified.
It is a management tool, through which, objectives are set, monitored and improved.
The international standard ISO 9001:2015 calls for business context awareness and focuses on customer satisfaction, business risk management and internal improvement.
The purpose of ISO 9001:2015 is the uninterrupted provision of quality products and services to the customer, while at the same time, meeting the needs and expectations of all other interested parties.
ISO 14001 Environmental Management
ISO 14001:2015 sets the requirements of an environmental management system which can be adopted by businesses of all kinds.
At least 300,000 businesses, originating from 171 countries are currently certified to ISO 14001:2015.
The international standard calls for the integration of the environmental management system into the core business context processes.
Through its products and services life-cycle perpective, ISO 14001:2015 improves environmental compliance procedures and enables effective communication of the environmental protection commitment of businesses.
Nowadays, sound environmental practices, bring happy customers and keep shareholders calm.
BS OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health, Safety
BS OHSAS 18001:2007 sets the minimum requirements of a complete health and safety management system.
The international standard enables the effective design, application and support of business processes and controls, so that the work environment ocnditions conform to internationally recognized practices.
Through the implementation of BS OHSAS 18001:2007, occupational risks and hazards are identified and controlled through preventive measures. Reduction of accidents and illnesses brings reduced business operating costs. The work environment is improved because improvement practices are motivated. Businesses promote their occupational health and safety policy and objectives to interested parties.
ISO 22000 Food Safety Management
ISO 22000:2005 is about food safety management. It can be adopted by small or large businesses positioned anywhere in the food chain.
For example, certification is applicable to catering services, food industries, food retail, food packaging and contact materials, transportation and storage companies, etc.
The international standard sets requirements in order to achieve control of probable or improbable food hazards (HACCP), so that safer food is provided to consumers.
Certification to ISO 22000:2005 seeks legislation compliance, customer satisfaction and effective internal-external communication of food safety related issues.
National and international management standards
We provide certification related services for numerous standards, including:
ISO 13485 Medical devices
ISO/TS 16949 Automotive supply chain
ISO 17025 Laboratory accreditation
ISO 17100 Translation services
ISO 22716 Cosmetics
ISO 39001 Road safety
ISO 19600 Compliance
ISO 27001 Information security
ISO 50001 Energy management
ELOT 1435 Communication services providers
ELOT 15733 Real estate services
FSSC 22000, BRC, IFS, SQF CODE Food safety
GMP Good manufacturing practice
FPC Factory production control
DY8D/1348/2004 Good distribution practice of medical devices
Commonly observed symbols displayed on products and their packaging, arise through extensive legislative work which often requires simple labelling procedures, but sometimes the related requirements are complex, costly and time-consuming.
The criteria and prerequisites are country specific but European Member states usually agree on common ground.
Although product labelling procedures usually apply to the actual product manufacturer, also importers/distributors can be involved if importing unlabelled products into the European Economic Area.
Our team members have the knowledge and experience required in order to dictate the appropriate labelling scheme for any product.
CE marking implies that a product is in conformity with E.U. legislation and it can be freely traded between the member states of the European Economic Area.
CE marking is mandatory only for some product groups falling into specific European directives, called New Approach Directives.
CE marking procedures usually require an assessment of the product or its manufacturing process prior to market placing.
This assessment often involves the intervention of a notified body/laboratory. The degree of involvement depends on the health, safety and environmental impact of the product.
Energy labelling of some appliances makes it easier for consumers to compare the energy effectiveness of products of different manufacturers, by utilizing common objective criteria.
Such criteria can be energy consumption, noise emissions, homogenized technical specifications, etc.
The directive classifies the appliances into energy classes (A++, A+, B, D, etc.). Its applicability is mandatory and closely interconnected to the CE marking directives.
The energy efficiency calculations and the categorization into energy classes in general, is achieved via documented testing, measurements, algebraic calculation, etc.
Special product labelling
Large number of markings and symbols can be found on products and their packaging worldwide.
Our team members have the necessary knowledge required in order to guide you through the corresponding labelling schemes and their requirements.
For example, the glass-fork icon:
Food contact materials, such as plastic, glass, ceramics, paper and metals ought to be suitable for use and their suitability ought to be evident. The labelling prerequisites differ between material types.
Informatics - Web design
We offer a vast portfolio of informatics and IT services.
We consider our strengths to be the utilization of available technological resources and the business automation support.
We also design and develop static or dynamic content cost-efficient websites.
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DEIKTIS Business Consulting
6 Sotiriou Papadopoulou, Agios Vasileios, 26504, Patras, Greece
Greece: (+30) 2610 910 113
Cyprus: (+357) 22 000 556
Fax: (+30) 2610 910 114