SCHADE Lagertechnik successful in accreditation to ISO 9001

F.l.: Dr Christoph Seifert (Managing Director Sales), Guido Stratenhoff (Quality Management Officer) and Klaus Paul (Technical Managing Director) of SCHADE Lagertechnik, proud of their new TÜV certificate
Quelle/Source: SCHADE

F.l.: Dr Christoph Seifert (Managing Director Sales), Guido Stratenhoff (Quality Management Officer) and Klaus Paul (Technical Managing Director) of SCHADE Lagertechnik, proud of their new TÜV certificate
Quelle/Source: SCHADE

In January 2018 SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH achieved re-accreditation under the international quality management system ISO 9001, as well as under the environmental standard ISO 14001 and the occupational health and safety standard OHSAS 18001. The audit was carried out by TÜV Hessen and completes SCHADE’s transition to the newly-recognised 2015 standard for quality and environmental management.

 

The ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard is the most prevalent and significant standard in quality management (QM) in Germany and abroad. ISO 9001 stipulates the minimum requirements for a quality management system that a company must implement in order to fulfil the requirements of its customers and the quality of its products and services. By implementing a QMS, companies can increase transparency of internal processes, enhance customer satisfaction and reduce the frequency of errors, thus lowering costs. ISO 14001 focuses on a continuous improvement process as a means of attaining a company’s objectives with respect to its ecological performance, which means that the company must define its environmental protection strategy and prepare a management system to achieve these aims.

 

OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health- and Safety Assessment Series) is currently standard only in Great Britain and Poland. However, in many other countries, including Germany, it is recognised and used as the basis for accreditation in management systems relating to occupational safety (OS). The structure of OHSAS 18001 is closely related to that of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. With these standards, customers can rely on the integrity of their suppliers’ social responsibility.

www.schade-lagertechnik.com

Related articles:

2010-06

Successful certification

In recognition of the extraordinary commitment of the Holcim Group as regards occupational safety and health protection, for the first time also the occupational safety system was certified according...

more

Successful certification

In recognition of the extraordinary commitment of the Holcim Group as regards occupational safety and health protection, for the first time also the occupational safety system was certified according...

more

SAMSON successfully achieves re-accreditation to ISO 9001 at the new 2015 standard

SAMSON Materials Handling Ltd., Ely, UK, has successfully achieved its re-accreditation to ISO 9001 as well as transitioning from the old 2008 standard to the newly recognised 2015 standard. ISO...

more
2015-05

New Managing Director at SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH

Since 1st of February, 2015, SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH in Gelsenkirchen has a new Technical Managing Director: Dr. Christoph Seifert (Fig.) is responsible for Engineering, Project Management and...

more
2018-12

Major contract for SCHADE Lagertechnik

At the end of 2012, SCHADE Lagertechnik won one of the biggest orders in the history of the company, when Formosa Heavy Industries contracted 21 machines for the new Ha Tinh steelworks in the province...

more