This certification has been designed for all companies that receive people at their premises, whether staff, partners, customers or users. It enables to demonstrate that your organization ensure health risk management.
The verification involves an independent and objective assessment of the accuracy of the emissions report based on the implementation of the monitoring plan.
ISO 20000-1 enable service providers to manage its service lifecycle. It specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving a service management system.
ISO 22000 is applicable to any organization in the food chain regardless of its size and complexity, whether directly or indirectly involved in one or more steps of the food chain.
ISO 41001 is a Facility Management (FM) standard designed to help an organization establish, implement, maintain and improve an integrated facility management program.
ISO 55001 can be applied by varied customer pin a range of industrial sectors, namely Oil & Gas, Infrastructures, Real Estate, Power & Utilities and the Public sector.
ISO 14001 is the internationally recognised standard for managing the environmental impacts of businesses.
ISO 9001 provides a framework for excellence that enables businesses to implement.
A globally recognised standard developed in response to increasing global awareness of energy performance.
ISO 45001 will be the replacement to OHSAS 18001 and will become the ISO standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS)
SO 27001 is the international standard that helps organisations keep information assets secure
SS EN 1090-1 provides the technical requirements relevant to the manufacture of steel components, while SS EN 1090-2 provides the technical requirements for the execution of steel structures.