Operational Management Systems
CU will support you in the implementation and improvement of your management practices in accordance with
- ISO 14001 Environmental management systems
- Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 December 2009 allowing voluntary participation by organizations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS III)
- Guideline for the Work and Recognition of Waste Management Associations (EfbV)
- ISO 50001 Energy management systems
- BS OHSAS 18001 Occupational health and safety management systems
in a variety of branches, also on construction sites.
CU will advise you on the development and implementation of a new Management System (MS) as well as on the adaption of selected aspects and existing systems. During this process, we adhere strictly to demand and cost criteria. The work stages and the distribution of tasks are determined in cooperation with you, our client, in a project schedule. This helps us ensure an effective and timely introduction of the MS.
Upon request we can also monitor your management system (MS) in the long-term, providing review and update of your MS. We advise you 'on-call' and assure that your certificate will be renewed.
Effective management practices are becoming increasingly important for companies and their stakeholders.
- Clients and neighbors once again expect "Responsible Care" - companies assuming social responsibility.
- Authorities, insurance companies, banks and last but not least shareholders of the companies demand risk management and legal compliance in all environmental matters in order to keep liability risks at a minimum and constantly improve the value performance of the company. The past years have already proven that socially responsible companies included in the DJ Sustainability World Index achieve a better risk-adjusted return in the long run thanks to lower company-specific risks.
The merging of multiple systems into one Integrated Management System (IMS) (Link zu "Benefits of an IMS") increases the effectiveness of the systems and lowers costs, as quality, ecology, energy, occupational health and safety and economics are inseparable.