Standardised management systems
We have a team of consultants with many years of experience in the successful implementation of management systems according to
- DIN EN ISO 9001 (quality management),
- DIN EN ISO 14001 or EMAS (environmental management),
- DIN EN ISO 50001 (energy management)
- DIN ISO 45001 (occupational safety/industrial safety)
- Major Accidents Ordinance (safety management system) or
- Ordinance on Specialised Waste Management Companies.
Many of our customers choose to introduce combinations of these management systems as integrated management systems.
We offer our expertise in
of the management systems including required
- training courses and
- internal audits
- if necessary third party audit.
We help your project team introduce the management system and coach you on how to be successfully certified as well as during the continuous improvement process (CIP).
We also offer energy audits in accordance with DIN EN 16247-1 for the coming energy service law (Energiedienstleistungsgesetz EDL-G).
By the way:
The new German Renewable Energy Act (EEG) was published in the Federal Law Gazette on July 24, 2014 and is due to become effective on August 1, 2014. Energy-intensive manufacturing companies may continue to be exempted from the EEG surcharge (specific equalisation scheme), however, the application requirements have changed. Recycling companies may now apply as well. Eligible applicants are companies with a power consumption of more than 1 GWh per year. A certified energy or environmental management system (EMAS) is required to verify the measures taken for increased energy efficiency. With a power consumption of less than 5 GWh per year, an alternative system ac-cording to Section 3 of the German Efficiency System Ordinance may be evidenced.
Should you not have introduced an energy or environmental management system, it is time to act now.