Governance - XS

Company Governance

At MakoLab, business is much more than the services and solutions we provide. It is also the way we act, the responsibilities we assume, the initiatives we undertake, and the ethics and respect we promote while building relationships with our clients, our partners, other organisations and between our staff.
Integrated Management System
We work with companies operating on the global stage. As such, we are fully capable of meeting the most rigorous regulatory requirements for project management and information security. MakoLab’s daily working practices have long been rooted in ISO standards. ISO 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 27001:2014 currently apply, as our Integrated Management System Policy (IMSP) confirms.
The full MakoLab S.A. IMSP is available below (Polish only) Polityka Zintegrowanego Systemu Zarządzania
ISO 27001
MakoLab S.A. is accredited for compliance with the PN-ISO/IEC 27001:2017 information security management system. We can thus certify that we provide data processing security in every area of the services and solutions we offer.
TISAX is the security management standard for the automotive industry. The TISAX accreditation confirms that MakoLab’s project working standards comply with stringent regulations for information processing and exchange. We can therefore certify that we provide first-class data processing security in our work with global leaders in the automotive sector.
Further information about TISAX TISAX
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
The size of MakoLab S.A. and the extent of our operations mean that the company has a considerable impact on its environment, particularly in economic and social terms.

As we grow our business, we are well aware of the effect our activities have on the relationships we nurture, the communities we function within and the initiatives we undertake.

Sustainable development has been a cornerstone of our strategy from the very beginning and, for us, the key aspects are twofold; social issues relating to employment, human rights, diversity management and a heathy and happy working culture on the one hand, and pro-ecological concerns on the other.