Certified management systems

Our main rawmaterial is wood fibre of known origin from sustainably managed Northern forests. Third-party forest certification signifies legal and sustainable forest use. Therefore Metsä Tissue uses certified management systems.

All Metsä Tissue mills have quality, environmental and energy efficiency systems certified in accordance with the criteria of the ISO 9000, ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 standards. Most of the mills also have the occupational health and safety management system certificate OHSAS 18001 or ISO 45001. OHSAS 18001 has been replaced by ISO 45001 which will be permanently in use from 2021 onwards.

Management systems for the chain of custody of fibre raw material, certified according to the requirements of the PEFC and FSC® forest certification standards, are used at all mills to ensure the traceability of wood-based raw material.

To see all Metsä Tissue's mill specific certificates of ISO, PEFC and FSC read more here and read more about Metsä Group’s chain-of-custody requirements.

We are committed to Metsä Tissue and Metsä Group’s strategic sustainability 2030 objectives. This includes supporting the work along with our certification partners to reach the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. Certified management systems are an important tool for contributing to these goals, and below you can see which certificates and standards share the same focus SDGs with Metsä Group and Metsä Tissue.

(FSC-C004147, PEFC/02-31-77)