Overview of recognitions and certificates
ISO 14001 Certificate
ISO 14001 is a standard in field of environmental management developed by the International Organization for Standardization.
An environmental management system based on the ISO 14001 standard seeks to control and, where possible, reduce business environmental risks. ISO 14001 certification is no general obligation, but may be required by some municipalities when granting an environmental permit. Larger companies, and governmental entities in particular, often include ISO 14001 certification as a requirement in their tendering procedures.
ISO 9001 Certificate
ISO 9001 2008 is a well-known standard that imposes requirements on an organisation's quality management system.
An organisation that receives this certificate complies with the requirements of the standard. This is a sign for the organisation and its customers that the organisation has implemented quality management (care, control and assurance) in a predefined and structured way.
OHSAS 18001 Certificate
OHSAS 18001 contains the requirements that should be met by a sound safety management system. The standard has the same objective as ISO 9001 (version 1994, quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management).
OHSAS 18001 certification is applied by organisations that seek to effectively control occupational risks.
In 2011, Samurai@Work was the first to receive the Prebestip certificate for the development and publication of the Safety Culture Box.