Additional COVID-19 measures as of October 29, 2020

In March 2020, NEN communicated additional exception measures on how to deal with delays and obstacles in audits due to COVID-19 measures. The COVID-19 situation is now taking longer than hoped for and it is good to clarify how NEN deals with this with regard to the validity of certificates and statements. The COVID-19 exception measures will remain in force for the time being until the social situation has changed and NEN communicates cancellation of the exception measures.

The complete description of measures has been translated from the policy of IAF. Additional measures, specific for SCL, are included in the document. To help interpret these measures, here are some examples when COVID-19 measures are obstructing completion of the audit:

For a complete overview of measures, we refer to the amended policy document. This is available in Dutch, German, English and French. Do you have questions? Then contact us at info@safetycultureladder.com

News archive

11-03-2020

‘New products and names Safety Culture Ladder’

The Safety Culture Ladder (Veiligheidsladder) introduces “new” products and product names. These products where initially only available within the “TenneT pilot’ and within the Dutch Governance Code Safety in Construction, but wil...

08-01-2019

Safety Culture Ladder audits for smaller organizations

The basic principle is that every company must be able to participate in the Safety Culture Ladder. For smaller companies, the certification costs for the Safety Culture Ladder are high in relation to the total cost level of the organizatio...

26-02-2018

Safety Culture Ladder at The Safety Summit in Schelle, Belgium

On 25 April 2018 The Safety Summit will take place in Schelle, Belgium The Safety Summit is the conference on sustainable safety and wellbeing at work, where people who are inspired by safety and wellbeing can discover innovative safety ...

19-02-2018

Safety Culture Ladder present at the annual congress on ‘Industrial Safety’

On Thursday 25 January 2018 the Annual Congress on Industrial Safety took place in DeFabrique in Utrecht. Knowledge sharing and interaction among professionals are the main topics of the congress. The latest developments in machine safety, ...

23-01-2018

‘Safety Culture Ladder’ part of the Annual Congress on Industrial Safety

Keynote speaker Mr Guido Fricke from TenneT will present the Safety Culture Ladder as one of the instruments TenneT uses to achieve safe behaviour and attitude to the annual congress on Industrial Safety to be held on 25 January 2018 in Utr...