GRIVEN's Quality Policy reflects and incorporates the guidelines of excellence and sustainability that are ingrained in the company's management strategy.
 
Quality is a core value in GRIVEN's activity and such commitment pervades all of its functions and processes through a coordinated synergy between the various company departments.
 
Its scope of application ranges from continuous innovation of products, services and processes as well as systems to safeguard the integrity, health and wellness of the company employees with a special focus to environmental respect throughout the entire product life cycle.
 
Specific emphasis is given to individual involvement and the key role that individuals play in promoting the cultivation of a sustainable quality culture.
 
Each product manufactured by GRIVEN S.r.l. is assembled and built in accordance to current  CE  conformity rules and regulations and tested in compliance with norms EN 60598-1, EN60598-2-17, EN50082-1,EN50015 and with the following directives CEE73/23, CEE93/68, CEE89/336, CEE93/97.
 
GRIVEN products are originally manufactured by and in the factory of GRIVEN S.r.l. of Castel Goffredo MN, Italy.
 
Every single component of the products is tested before the final assembling and products must pass the in-house quality control before they are packed and shipped.
 
Guiding principles:
 
  • continuous innovation of products and performance through constant investment in research and development processes;
  • ethical business conduct;
  • anticipation of market and industry trends via direct participation to international trade shows, exhibitions and seminars;
  • products and services excellence along with focus on products safety and employees health and well-being;
  • nonstop quality, cost and efficiency improvement;
  • dedicated attention to the needs and reconciliation of customers' interests, with the assurance that they receive an immediate, qualified and competent response.

 
Key apparatus that supports the Quality Policy programme:
 
  • dialogue and constant communication within every department and directors;
  • full compliance with safety laws and regulations;
  • definition and management of preventive and corrective actions through a management and monitoring system that assess and evaluate the effects of poor quality and corporate efficiency throughout the complete manufacturing process;
  • personnel and activities qualification improvement;
  • removal of existing criticalities and effectively promote, implement and verify adequate corrective, preventive, and improvement actions, both at technical and organizational levels;
  • strategic planning of objectives;
  • organized structure focused on guaranteeing the availability and adequacy of the human re-sources needed to achieve planned objectives, environmental protection and occupational safety in view of obtaining ever-more competitiveness on the global market on a long-lasting and sustainable basis.