The introduction and certification of an occupational safety management system is not mandatory, but makes sense in order to meet the requirements of the Industrial Safety Act. Avoidance of misconduct in companies, which can lead to accidents at work, and the reduction of accident-related downtimes are the focus of occupational health and safety. But also the overall quality of work and its productivity and performance is strengthened by such a system.
The system was developed in cooperation with the VBG (administrative professional association). The Appraisal from Dr. Anja Scholten and Ms. Gutzeit-Hummel were certified on 28.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX. This confirms that the requirements for systematic and effective occupational safety based on the "AMS occupational safety with a system"And the NLF / ILO-OSH 2001 are met. ILO-OSH 2001 is a globally recognized guideline for management systems of occupational safety. ILO stands for International Labor Organization and is the health and safety organization of the United Nations. The implementation took place in Germany in the national guidelines for occupational health and safety management systems and its content is comparable to the OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 standards.
“The system helps our company to protect the health of our employees in the best possible way. Our business partners also attach great importance to the fact that we work according to the latest safety standards. With the AMS certificate from VGB, we can provide evidence that we are well positioned when it comes to occupational safety. ", says Viktor Rath, IMS Manager at bb-net.
Systematic occupational safety no longer means any additional work for the company in the long term, but has become an even more everyday part of all decisions and is actively integrated into all processes. The official Handover of the certificate with Mr. Rausch from the VBG Würzburg took place in the rooms of bb-net on October 08.10.2020th, XNUMX. At this point we would like to thank you for the very good cooperation with the employers' liability insurance association, both in the preliminary assessments, advice and improvement, as well as the final audit.