HSE management system:


All kinds of management systems, e.g., safety management systems, are implemented to harmonize standards concerning particular issues between organizations operating in one or more countries. The quality policy often requires that contractors implement management systems based on those of the contracting party (industries such as the Oil&Gas, Wind industry, Automotive industry). Examples of areas covered by certification include:

  • Strategic Management systems and tools
  • World Class Manufacturing
  • Management Systems based on Risk Management,
  • Quality Management Systems and Quality Assurance Systems
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems
  • Food Safety Assurance Systems
  • International Food Standards
  • BRC Global Standards
  • Welding Systems
  • Good Manufacturing Practices
  • Management Systems for Laboratories and Inspection Units
  • AQAP – NATO quality assurance requirements
  • Integrated Management Systems
  • Other standards, systems, methods and tools

The main advantage of the systems mentioned above is the transparency of the partner companies. Certification allows the partners to get the idea of ​​how the given organization works and how it operates in important fields of its activity. The difficulty in the standardization of international rules is that in one country some regulations are mandatory while in another, the given issue is not regulated at all. For this reason, in most cases, the implementation of systems brings about an increase of costs related to the regulated area.