The key activities of my consulting are the management systems with the following focus:
o Energy-efficiency-management-system following ISO 50001 and DIN EN 16247
We recommend such an EFF-MS for enterprises and public institutions to the divisions of processes (such as the production of food, chemistry, plastics, textiles, industry of building materials, workshops, and paper & board industries; but also all kind of services), buildings and transport.
Such an EFFF-MS gives you the chance to reduce your energy costs and protect the environment at the same time. A certification of your system gives you the possibility to demonstrate your sustainable strategy to the public very credible and effective.
o Environmental Management System
A EMS is the management system of an organisation (enterprise, public institution etc.) structuring and define the responsibilities, the behaviours, the processes or the realisation of the implementation of the in-company environmental policy of the organisation.
We have two acknowledged environmental management systems:
o ISO 14001 – the international norm of an environmental management system ISO 14001 defines the worldwide accepted specifications of such an EMS. This norm has its focus on the permanent continuous improvement process as a tool to accomplish each defined target related to the environmental performance of the organisation (enterprise, public institution etc.). This continuous improvement process is based on the method of Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA).
o EMAS – is the short term for Eco- Management and Audit Scheme, also known as EU-Eco-Audit or Eco-Audit. EMAS was developed by the European Union and is a combination system of Environmental Management and Environmental Audit for organisation (enterprise, public institution etc.), who want to improve their environmental performance internal and external.
o Quality management system following ISO 9001
A QMS defines all organised procedures, to assure and improve the quality of a process, a service – for the final product of any kind.
A proper implemented QMS is part of a functional management system, with the target, to improve the effectivity of a work (quality of work) or business processes. Thereby material and temporal requirements have to be considered as well as the conversation or future development of the quality of the products or services.