Environmental protection, health & safety, emergency management

All our services and (software) tools are directed to ensure or increase legal certainty of our customers and to support the efficient implementation of applicable legal requirements.

We are native in the fields of legal compliance, management & organisation, environmental protection, health & safety, safety of machinery, explosion protection, building contaminants and emergency management.

Our customers may not only expect a profound professional expertise but also a sound methodical and conceptual approach. This combination allows us to make your long story short.
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Whatever we do,

  • we increase the knowledge in your company.
  • we do not theorize but leave visible results.
  • we offer solutions that do a lot more than reducing workload.
  • we do not steal away after a project but we want to be sustainably evaluated for what we do.

 

Legal Compliance

All our work is about our customer's legal certainty concerning legal and internal EHS requirements. We do not only advise in terms of content but also focus on the best way of implementation.
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Management & organisation

EHS is a management task.

Management systems according to  ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 50001 or EMAS are important but by no means exclusive tools for a legally certain organisation. It is essential that the executive board, managing directors and/or site managers are aware of their responsibilities and knowledgeable about their entrepreneurial obligations. Only then will the company be able to properly delegate those obligations along the hierarchical line and avoid the common mistake of holding EHS professionals responsible for their implementation. Keyword: organisational fault.
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Environmental protection

Besides the already introduced topics of legal compliance and management & organisation our customers may also expect advice on specific topics and issues in the field of environmental protection:

  • energy
  • water/waste water
  • effluent network
  • emissions of exhaust air and noise
  • waste
  • soil and groundwater
  • storage of (hazardous) material

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Health & safety

Besides the already introduced topics of legal compliance and management & organisation our customers may also expect advice on specific topics and issues in the field of health & safety:

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Safety of machinery and installations

When modifying existing machinery or connecting new elements to existing installations questions concerning CE conformity will arise.
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Explosion protection

Explosion protection is connected to and included in machinery safety as well as operational safety aspects. But since this topic is so important we provide a specific section. The reason: While ›regular‹ risk assessments can easily and reliably be done by company personnel with the support of safety professionals or the works doctor there often is a lack of specific knowledge for the evaluation of explosion hazards.
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Building contaminants

To be able to prevent damage from yourself and others knowledge of where asbestos & Co. is used for and how it can be identified is essential. In contrast to most of the hazardous materials used in production, these materials are usually not labelled to be hazardous.

This is the reason why workers confronted with asbestos & Co. during reconstruction, renovation or daily maintenance work drill, saw or remove such material unknowingly and release hazardous material which could present a high risk to those doing the work and anyone present in the building. Furthermore, asbestos fibres can contaminate a building for a long time.

To prepare maintenance staff optimally for this kind of unpleasant surprise we take our mobile Asbestos Museum to the customer's site.
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Emergency management

With an operational emergency management companies should identify risks for the environment, humans or the operation itself. To minimise the potential damage protective and counter-measures should be in place. Possible emergencies include:

  • fire
  • personal damage
  • chemical release
  • blackout
  • incident in the neighbourhood
  • meteorological incidents
  • conflicts in the neighbourhood or within the staff

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