Certification – Occupational health and safety management systems DIN ISO 45001

DIN ISO 45001 ensures more safety and health at work.

The constant changes in occupational safety law require companies to make ongoing adjustments in line with new or amended legal requirements.

Modern occupational safety increasingly encompasses a holistic view that combines prevention, the correct handling of hazards, the transformation of necessary protective measures and the health well-being of employees. The introduction of DIN ISO 45001 offers a practical approach to meeting the requirements of occupational safety.

All advantages at a glance

Reduction of downtime and resulting costs

Increasing reliability and reducing occupational accidents

Occupational safety and health protection as part of the corporate culture

Reducing the liability risk of managing directors and executives

Compliance with statutory employer obligations

Fulfillment of customer requirements, e.g. as minimum requirements for project awards

Practical issues and problems

Who is not familiar with these statements?

  • "That worked out fine last time without PPE (personal protective equipment)."
  • "What could happen to me?"
  • "I didn't know I'd have to act like that."
  • "I thought it was going to be fine."
  • "I didn't want to go back for my helmet again."

A safety and health management system starts at this point, among others, in order to prevent accidents. An occupational health and safety management system creates transparency with regard to the entrepreneur's obligations arising from legal requirements, such as:

  • § Occupational Safety and Health Act
  • § Health and Safety at Work Act
  • § Industrial Safety Regulation
  • § Ordinance on the Use of Personal Protective Equipment
  • § Ordinance for Work with Visual Display Units
  • § Building Site Regulation
  • § Ordinance on Hazardous Substances