Organisations committed to risk management are aware that implementing standards gives them the ability to manage processes more efficiently, maximising opportunities and minimising losses.
Managing different risks must include strategies and management plans as essential factors for organisations to be successful.
AENOR offers its certification services based on the strictest standards, regulations and legal references, in the areas of occupational health and safety, the safety of products and installations, information security, food safety and safety in the supply chain.
March 2018 No. 335
ISO 45001, the first international standard for occupational health and safety management systems, has been available worldwide since 12 March. Its publication means the cancellation of OHSAS 18001, so that companies certified according to the standard have three years to make the transition.
October 2015 - No. 308
Calle 30 is the main ring road of Madrid and the longest tunnel in the word at 48kilometres in length; a benchmark for similar infrastructures in other countries.
February 2014 - No. 290
Improving the quality and safety of healthcare is the primary aim of Standard UNE 179007, which sets out the specific requirements for implementing a Quality Management System in Assisted Human Reproduction Laboratories.
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