To achieve a better version of your company, the road is long and above all, it never stops... After you have audited your operations and put in place an action plan, a verification phase is necessary. In the case of certification, this step will be taken by a professional auditor. It is rare to get it right the first time. Other potential improvements will certainly emerge, allowing processes and action plans to be refined.
In order to remain in compliance with the regulations that apply to your operations, even if these are subject to regular changes, we offer to carry out monitoring. At the end of this inventory, we deliver a regulatory register and a compliance assessment.
The best Safety, Environmental and Quality management systems are adopted and mastered by all employees. Our in-company training enables you to achieve this ambitious goal. We tailor this service to your needs and the profile of your employees. Indeed, if you operate in an international or local context, with Swiss or foreign managers, the training expectations will differ. We are committed to offering interactive sessions, with associated documentation.
We are often involved in the certification process. These represent an excellent way of optimising your quality, safety and environmental management systems, while displaying your performance to your customers, suppliers, partners, authorities, etc. But what are these certifications?
Published by ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation), ISO 9001 is the international standard for quality management systems. 1.2 million companies in 180 countries, including 14,000 in Switzerland, are certified to it. This certification is intended for entities of all sizes and in all sectors. For many companies, it is one of the criteria for choosing business partners. Candidates are evaluated on their products, services, complaints handling, etc.
Also produced by ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation), the ISO 14001 standard fulfils the objective of framing the impact of companies on their environment. As sustainable development is a real issue for society, many entities value this standard for all their commercial exchanges. It includes 18 requirements divided into 6 chapters: general requirements, environmental policy, planning, implementation, controls and corrective actions and finally management review.
An occupational health and safety management standard, ISO 45001, has replaced OHSAS 18001. Compatible with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, its objective is to provide organisations with a support for the analysis of their occupational health and safety management system. The standard has ten chapters with a similar structure to other ISOs, such as analysis, implementation, resources, emergency response, performance evaluation and improvement measures.