SkyWay Technologies Co. has completed certification of labor safety management system in the National certification system for compliance with the requirements of STB 18001-2009 standard “Labor Safety Management Systems. Requirements”.
Obtaining this certificate of compliance is a significant evidence of the high level in work arrangement to ensure labor safety and health protection for SkyWay personnel. Such documents improve the Company’s image when participating in tenders, and also characterize it as a reliable partner.
The certification audit was conducted by experts-auditors of the accredited body under the Belarusian State Institute of Metrology. The purpose of the audit was to obtain confirmation that the labor safety management system complies with the requirements of STB 18001-2009 standard, that occupational risks are assessed and controlled, and that the Company has created safe working conditions. The auditors carefully checked the fulfillment of the requirements of all legislative acts in the field of labor protection applicable to the activities of SkyWay Technologies Co.
During the inspection, representatives of the Belarusian State Institute of Metrology visited project designing Bureaus and SkyWay transport production facilities, rode a unibus and climbed “green roofs” at EcoTechnoPark. As a result, all the work done by our Company’s professionals was highly appreciated, as evidenced by the absence of identified discrepancies. The auditors also noted the involvement of each employee in the labor protection management system, from the top management to workers.
Alina Selivanova, leading engineer on standardization and certification at SkyWay Technologies Co. commented on the audit results:
We understand that only by working in a well-coordinated team, we can see weak points and set up clear-cut goals. We remember that the main value and the basis of the Company’s stability is its workforce, and saving employees’ lives and health is an indisputable priority of production activities and one of the determining factors for successful development.
Certificates of compliance were solemnly awarded by Sergey Krasichkov, Deputy Director, Belarusian State Institute of Metrology.
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