Anti-bribery management systems — Requirements with guidance for use
The Office of Technical Inspection (UDT) has implemented and certified Management System for Anti-Corruption Activities in accordance with the requirements of the ISO 37001: 2017-05 "Anti-bribery management systems — Requirements with guidance for use".
The main goal of the anti-corruption policy is to minimize the risk of corruption events, to provide preventive and control mechanisms.
We accomplish this goal through:
• applying unambiguous and transparent procedures and instructions, known and available to all UDT employees,
• monitoring the UDT management system processes in terms of the threat of corruption events and analyzing the risk of occurrence of such events and taking appropriate preventive measures, if necessary,
• raising employee awareness by raising the level of organizational culture, improving internal communication, improving motivation systems/incentive schemes and proper implementation of leadership.
We take care of constant improvement of employees' professional qualifications, including the area of anti-corruption issues. UDT employees participate in training in the field of ethics, counteracting corruption and conflict of interests, including corruption situations and ways to behave in such situations, as well as the consequences of being a participant of a corrupt event.
The Integrated Management System Policy
Ensuring the highest quality of services for public safety provided responsibly and professionally, is the most important task for the management and all employees of the Office of Technical Inspection.
Social trust, partnership cooperation with clients and constant development and optimal use of employees' potential is our prioritiy.
We accomplish these goals:
- applying management methods in accordance with the requirements of the following standards: EN ISO / IEC 17020, EN ISO / IEC 17065, EN ISO / IEC 17021-1, EN ISO / IEC 17024, EN ISO / IEC 17025, ISO / IEC 27001, EN ISO 9001, ISO 37001, N-18001 and EN ISO 14001,
- procedures, rules described in the UDT Quality Manual:
• ensuring impartial, fair and professional performance of technical inspection and other services provided;
• focusing on innovation and introducing modern tools for inspection;
• providing a safe working environment, constant development of knowledge, skills and competences of the staff as well as following the rules of the UDTs’ code of ethics;
• aiming at minimizing the risk of a corruption by analyzing the corruption risks that may occur in the processes we carry out;
• providing resources and means necessary to implement the Integrated Management System Policy.
The guarantee of the implementation of this policy is the personal commitment of the UDT Management and of all employees to comply with and to improve the Integrated Management System.
This integrated management system policy is declared and signed by the President of UDT – Andrzej Ziółkowski.
Regional Branch Offices
There are 10 regional branch offices distributed over the whole territory of Poland. The regional offices and locations of their premises are aimed at customers’ convenience for minimizing the distance and time of inspector's response.
- Marek Matusiak, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Bydgoszcz;
- Daniel Konkel, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Gdańsk;
- Marek Ćmiel, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Katowice;
- Andrzej Rozlach, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Kraków;
- Stanisław Olek, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Lublin;
- Dariusz Mozga, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Łódź;
- Marcin Mitek, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Poznań;
- Dariusz Kusio, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Szczecin;
- Norbert Wroński Director of Regional Branch Office based in Warszawa;
- Rafał Osiński, Director of Regional Branch Office based in Wrocław.
UDT Board and Management
Ph.D, Eng., President of Office of Technical Inspection (UDT). Graduated the Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering at Poznań University of Technology and completed Ph. D Studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Institute of Applied Mechanics at the same University and Master of Business Administration Program at Poznań University of Economics and Business and Georgia State University. He was a researcher at Poznań University of Technology and the Director of UDT branch office in Poznań.
He is the author of numerous Polish regulations on pressure devices, co-author of the constant force washer patent as well as the lecturer at post-graduate studies in the field of fire safety of buildings at Poznań University of Technology.
MSc, Eng., graduated the Faculty of Production Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology, and then post-graduate studies in Nuclear Power at the Faculty of MEL of the Warsaw University of Technology. He started his professional career at Mazowiecka Spółka Gazownictwa. For many years he has been associated with the Office of Technical Inspection, where he went through the entire career path. He headed the Department of Nuclear Power and Qualification Recognition. Recently, as the Head of the Department of Coordination of Inspection, he was responsible for technical matters. He cooperates with many organizations in the area of increasing the level of security in Poland.
- Jacek Kocięcki, Director of Technical Department
- Jacek Niemczyk, Director Of Certification and Conformity Assessment Department
- Paweł Smoliński, Director of Innovation and Development Department
- Wojciech Manaj, Director of Central Laboratory of Technical Inspection
- Paweł Domeracki, Director of Administration and Infrastructure
- Tomasz Wójcik, Director of IT Department
- Michał Pietrzyk, Director of Financial Department
- Anna Chylińska, Director of Human Resources Department
- Małgorzata Kacprzycka - Skrocka, Director of Legal and Organisational Department
- Robert Borek, Plenipotentiary of the President for Protection of Classified Information, Protection of Classified Information Team
- Krzysztof Klarzak, Head of the Occupational Safety, Health and Fire Protection Team
- Joanna Litwin, Head of the Internal Audit and Control Team
UDT Strategic Aims
- intensification of activities aimed at public safety
- development of innovative engineering organization
- increased customer satisfaction
- assurance of financial liquidity
- effective management of human resources
- improvement of services logistics