BSB Industry has passed certifications in ISO 14001 and ISO 45001
BSB Industry has been certified in environment (ISO 14001) and working environment (ISO 45001). The certifications are the result of efforts that Head of QHSE & CBI Winnie Fedders initiated a year ago and has carried out in collaboration with colleagues at the company’s production facilities in Lunderskov.
- We are proud that we are now finally certified in the environmental management system ISO 14001 and the work environment management system ISO 45001. The process of certification was slowed down by covid-19, but through online audits in the spring and a three-day physical audit by two experts this August, we have now passed the certifications, declares a happy Winnie Fedders.
With the certifications in ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 and re-certifications in the quality management system ISO 9001 and the welding standard EN 3834-2, BSB Industry now has a firm grip on the environment, the working environment and the general quality of processes.
- At BSB Industry, we do not only prioritize the quality of the products we deliver to our customers, we also care about the world we pass on to our children and grandchildren. This means that we keep and maintain a tight focus, for example, on energy savings in production, on waste management and on the circular economy. At the same time, our employees are a vital asset to us. We therefore place a high value on the working environment, so that it is both safe and pleasant to go to work, explains Winnie Fedders, who in collaboration with colleagues is continually striving to optimize all parts of the company in the Continuous Business Improvement (CBI) program.
- Through the CBI, we are working non-stop on improvement projects that ensure that we will be better skilled tomorrow than we are today. We have a proactive approach and use input from both QHSE and the rest of the company to lift the business to a level where only the best is good enough, whether it is about the environment, the working environment or the quality of processes, emphasizes Winnie Fedders.
The new certifications will be officially marked with a presentation of diplomas in October, 2020.