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With over 15 years of experience in Management of Quality, Occupational Health and Safety, and Certification, I have achieved numerous professional milestones. During my career, I have served as a Quality Manager for 6 years and as Head of the OHS department for 8 years. Currently, I am helping companies gain international recognition and certification through my work with Bureau Veritas.
Latvian, English, Russian
ISO 9001, 50001, 27001 & GDPR
Salesforce & Tableau
SEO, HTML, CSS, Wordpress
Managing the work of the certification business unit, ensuring smooth communication between management, auditors, sales team, and back office, with experience organizing individual projects with clients and overseeing the work of offices and representative offices across different countries. Additionally, offering legal assistance and maintaining strict control over income and expenses, consistently meeting established personal and office KPIs. With a direct reporting line to the CCE/Board Member, I am committed to delivering outstanding results and contributing to the success of any team.
B2B sales and project management for certification services spanning a wide range of industries. These include Quality Management Systems such as ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949/IATF (automotive), ISO 13485 (medical devices), EN9100 (aerospace), ISO 17100 (translation), and AQAP NATO. Offering Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001), Occupational Health and Safety Systems (ISO 45001), Energy Management (ISO 50001), Food Safety Management (ISO 22000, BRC, IFS, GMP+, VLOG, FSSC), Information Technology and Security (ISO 20000, ISO 27001), Chain of Custody (FSC, ASC, MSC, UTZ, RSPO, ISO 28000), Social Responsibility (SA8000, SMETA, ISO 26000), Personal Data Protection (GDPR, ISO 27701), and Business Continuity (ISO 22301). Additionally - Verification Services such as Reg. 333/2011; Carbon footprint (ISO 14064-1, ISO 14064-2, ISO 14067)
Extensive experience in selling Occupational Health and Safety services and managing branch operations, which includes overseeing HR, QM, marketing, and negotiations with customers, partners, and professional organizations. Additionally, I have worked with state authorities such as the Welfare Ministry, State Labour Inspectorate, Employers’ Confederation of Latvia, and Free Trade Union Confederation of Latvia. As part of my responsibilities, I manage finances, plan work schedules, and provide regular reporting to stakeholders.
Process approach implementation, leading quality teams, conducting internal quality audits, implementing and providing internal education on ISO 9001, and managing HR and projects. My efforts have led to successful certifications, including Moody's International and Bureau Veritas, demonstrating my commitment to quality and excellence.
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