Who we Are History and Trajectory

WHO WE ARE

Cisa is always in search of technologies and innovations that value life, in addition to actions focused on employee well-being. This is the essence of the brand! Therefore, Cisa produces and markets solutions in healthcare, lifescience, with a variety of products and services for infection control and sterilization.  

WHERE WE ARE

We have been in Brazil since 2002, with a factory in Joinville (Santa Catarina), a city considered the 3rd largest industrial center of Southern Brazil, besides branches in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Located in the Condomínio Perini Business Park*, we serve all countries in Latin America, and provide support for the other business units (offices and distributors).

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Mission, vision and values

Mission

Act in preserving life, through developing and selling solutions for taking care of health.

Vision

Be acknowledged as the best company in innovation, quality and services, in solutions developed for the health area.

Values

  • Ethic 
  • Innovation 
  • Security
  • Quality
  • Sustainability

A little
of our history

2018

Certified as one of the best companies to work for in 2018, in the small business category, in Santa Catarina

2017

Cisa achieves ISO 14001 Certification (Environment)

2016

For the second consecutive year, Cisa has been elected one of the 10 best companies to work in Santa Catarina.

2015

Chosen as the fifth best company to work in Santa Catarina, according to the Great Place to Work Institute (GPTW)

2015

Cisa product portfolio increase: enzymatic detergent and new line of bench autoclaves.

2015

Holding of the 1st Sales Convention in Latin America, which gathered together the Cisa distributors in an event in Panamá

2014

Product portfolio increase, with the sale of new chemical and biological indicators (sterilization controls)

2013

Cisa was highlight in the Prêmio Hosp Vip (Hospital VIP Award), as the preferred vendor for large hospitals in the Autoclave category

2012

National acknowledgement: Cisa was one of the winners of the Prêmio Top Hospitalar (Hospital Top Award) - the main award for the professionals of the health area in Brazil

2011

New line of thermodisinfectors: differentiated layout and quicker cycle

2010

Hospital Residue Treatment System was put on the market and began to be sold

2009

Launching of an innovating technology for steam sterilization: Aquazero autoclave. The differential is that the vacuum pump does not use water

2006

Sale in Brazil of the hydrogen peroxide gas plasma gas sterilizer

2002

Foundation of Cisa Brasile (branch of Cisa S.p.A.) in the Perini Business Park – the largest multi-sector industrial park in Brazil

1999

The first CISA autoclave was sold to Brazil

1987

Cisa became part of Fabio Perini

1961

Factory transferred to Pomezia, Italy

1946

Founded in Rome, in Italy. Name coming from the initials of the workshop Costruzione Impianti di Sterilizzazione ed Affini (Construction of Sterilization Appliances and Suchlike)

Acknowledgments

Great Place To Work Certified as one of the best companies to work for in 2018, in the small business category, in Santa Catarina.
MELHORES EMPRESAS PARA TRABALHAR 2016 Chosen as one of the 10 best companies to work in Santa Catarina, in the category of small businesses (from 50 to 99 employees).
MELHORES EMPRESAS PARA TRABALHAR 2015 Cisa was chosen the fifth best company to work in santa catarina by the great place to work (gptw) institute in the small business category (50 to 99 employees).
Hosp Vip 2013 Cisa has been indicated by hospital professionals as the main supplier in the Autoclave product category.
Top Hospitalar 2012 Winner of the Top Hospitalar Award, in the category (manufacturers of refrigerators, freezers, centrifuges, greenhouses, autoclaves, sterilizers, chambers, washing machines and similar products).

QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
Our Quality and Environmental Policy is to offer products and services that:

  • Are safe and reliable.
  • Overcome our client expectations.
  • Meet the normative, regulatory and Legislation requirements of the market in which we operate, adding more productivity and reliability to the processes of our clients.
  • Do not cause significant environmental impacts in the environment in which they operate and promote the ongoing rationalization and preservation of natural resources.
  • Meet all legal requirements pertaining to the preservation of the environment, with the purpose to minimize environmental risks, ensure pollution preservation, and consequently, sustainable development.
  • Are supported by a process of ongoing improvement of the Quality and Environmental Management systems and increase of the environmental performance.

These expectations and requirements are transformed into objectives for the Company. This implies that:

  • Our equipment is manufactured according to the highest domestic and foreign standards.
  • Our quality management system is organized in order to prevent defects and avoid the selling of non conforming products.
  • Our supplier of components, materials and services are selected and qualified to meet our quality and environmental standards.
  • The company has environmental programs to monitor and reach environmental indicators for the organization.
  • Every personnel is trained, qualified, and environmentally aware.

Certifications

CISA BRASILE

European Directive PED 2014/68/UE

Certification of manufacturing of pressure appliances - steam generators and autoclaves

NBR ISO 13485:2016

Certification of the quality management system for medical devices

NBR ISO 14001:2015

Environmental Management System

NBR ISO 9001:2015

Certification of the quality management system

RDC 16/2013/ANVISA

Certification of Good Manufacturing Practices of medical products - Anvisa (it replaces RDC 59/2000)

STEAM AUTOCLAVES

ABNT NBR 17.665-1

Standard which defines validation criteria of the sterilization process using steam. It is applied in the customer’s process, but certain requirements must be handled by the autoclave

EN 285

European standard with the building and performance requirements of steam sterilizers

NBR 11.816:2003

Standard which defines building and performance requirements of steam sterilizers. Applicable only in Brazil and in the revision phase

HF HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURE STEAM AUTOCLAVES

EN 285

European standard with the building and performance requirements of steam sterilizers

NBR 15.659:2009

Brazilian standard which defines the validation criteria of the sterilization process using steam. It is applied in the customer’s process, but certain requirements must be handled by the autoclave

RDC 91:2008

Resolution of Anvisa which authorizes and regulates sterilization by steam at a low temperatura and formaldehyde, establishing building requirements of the equipment and product resource requirements. Only Cisa complies completely with RDC 91:2008.

THERMODISINFECTOR

ABNT NBR 15.883-1:2013

Standard which defines the building and performance requirements of washer disinfectors.

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