Businesses today face a wide range of risks – and opportunities. Management system certification enables companies to improve organizational performance and protect reputation. Modern management systems are designed to be flexible and built to the organization’s specific needs. In this context, certification becomes a valuable tool to target continuous improvement in a specific area as well as mitigate risk across the organization.
Bureau Veritas’ Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental (QHSE) ISO certification programs support you to adopt best practices in line with the most recognized international standards. Our global network and strong project management skills enable us to certify all your sites worldwide to a range of QHSE standards.
Taking proactive action helps you establish a culture of continual improvement that leads to enhanced efficiency and reduced risk. Making QHSE a priority also boosts your brand image and leads to greater customer and employee satisfaction.
Today’s businesses are rethinking their sustainability strategies, shifting their focus from simply reducing environmental impacts, to moving towards a circular economy business model. This renewable energy-powered model of production and consumption requires companies to rework their linear business models and embrace a closed-loop system for resources and products.
Businesses today face more risk than ever before. Digitalization of assets, products and services threatens information security. Governments around the world have introduced tough regulations on issues ranging from data protection to bribery and corruption. And traditional threats to business continuity such as utility interruptions remain – but with a multiplier effect that comes from a growing dependence on digital networks and data.
Bureau Veritas’ Enterprise Risk suite of services offers a 360° view of the risks facing your business. Enterprise Risk Management is a holistic approach to identifying the specific risks and opportunities your business faces, then managing them proactively. ISO standard-based international best practices enable you to integrate your management of various risks under the same umbrella, as well as gaining an internationally-recognized certification.