Landsnet supports a simple and efficient structure with strong principles and clearly defined roles. Processes are analysed in a comprehensive manner and an emphasis is placed on continual improvement to simplify processes, increase efficiency and improve profitability.
Landsnet utilises organised practices and strives for continuous improvements that comply with international management standards, applicable legal and related requirements.
A Quality Management Policy has been created to achieve these objectives:
"Landsnet's goal is to serve the interests of Icelandic society. Electricity is one of the foundations of the economy and a part of everyday life. Safe access to high quality electricity is important as well as the provision of detailed and comprehensible information. Rapid response times to service or emergency situations are a key factor in Landsnet’s operations. Continuous improvement and follow-up actions are implemented at all levels of operations and comply with international management standards and requirements, including any legal and social expectations related to the business. Efforts are being made to reduce operational risks and confidence is increased. Our communication is characterised by the Company's values of responsibility, respect and cooperation. "
Landsnet attaches tremendous importance to professional and safe operations. It is therefore important for Landsnet to work with international management standards in its operations. The Company's management system has been certified according to three international management standards and one national standard. Landsnet received certification in accordance with the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard in 2007, and environmental certification was added later on in accordance with the ISO 14001 Environmental Systems Standard and the OHSAS 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Assessment. Landsnet also has a certified electrical safety management system. The implementation of these management standards has significantly strengthened all organisation, practices and project management within the Company.
Katrín Salima Dögg Ólafsdóttir