Safeguarding occupational health and safety is both an obligation to safeguard Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and one of the goals of the public authorities and other actors involved in the prevention of occupational hazards.
Accredited services contribute to making these goals a reality by helping reduce the risks associated with health and safety in the workplace and integrating the prevention of occupational risks in businesses.
- Certification of occupational health and safety management systems under ISO 45001, a standard that establishes the necessary requirements to implement an occupational health and safety management system
- Testing and certification of the necessary means to protect workers from risks that could pose a threat to their health and safety, including both Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – fall arrest and restraint systems, respiratory, eye and face protection, protective footwear, elements to protect against impact, etc. – and collective protection elements (safety nets; edge protection systems, etc.)
- Testing, inspection and certification for CE marking of different types of machines – presses, machine tools, machinery for underground work, etc. – covered by Directive 2006/42/EC establishing the essential requirements for ensuring proper safety in the design, installation, maintenance and use of such devices
- Measurement of pollutants in working environments: asbestos fibres, metals, organic vapours, ammonia, noise, etc