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ISO 45001 - Are you safe? We are!

KLINGER Dichtungstechnik has extended its integrated Management system (IMS) by ISO 45001.

Now it's official: KLINGER Dichtungstechnik is also certified according to "ISO 45001 management systems for safety and health at work".

KLINGER Dichtungstechnik has always been committed to highest operational safety, but not yet within the strict framework of a standard designed for this purpose.



However, this has changed in 2021… KLINGER Dichtungstechnik has successfully passed the certification process for ISO 45001 – the standard for occupational health and safety management.

Following a long and labor-intensive period of preparation, in December 2021 the audit of TÜV-Süd took place. As part of this, compliance with various regulations regarding occupational safety had been checked in detail. Since then, KDT has been "ISO 45001 certified".

„The issue of health and safety at work is part of our comprehensive CSR initiative. In this context, we feel obliged to implement the highest possible level of protection for our staff and thus assume our responsibility towards our employees..“

Stephan Piringer, Managing Director in terms of trade law
at KLINGER Dichtungstechnik

All ISO management systems have a common basic structure – the so-called high-level structure. Due to the common content, goals, terms and definitions it makes it easier to work with several standards and also to integrate new standards into an existing system.

For quite a long time, our integrated management system has combined the systems according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and the EMAS III regulation. This creates the prerequisites for ensuring the quality and environmental compatibility of our products and processes under optimal economic conditions.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)


What is an integrated management system?
An integrated management system is a single system designed to manage multiple aspects of an organization’s operations in line with multiple standards, such as those for quality, environmental and health and safety management. By using synergies and concentrating resources - compared to individual, isolated management systems - a leaner, more efficient management is possible. Usually you start from an existing management system (often quality management) and integrate the other systems.


What is CSR?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) generally describes the responsibility of a company for sustainable management in economic, ecological and social terms. It is a voluntary business contribution to sustainable development that goes beyond the legal requirements.


What is ISO 14001 and its goal?
The international environmental management standard ISO 14001 defines globally recognized requirements for an environmental management system. The aim is a continuous improvement process as a means of achieving the defined goals in terms of a company's environmental performance.


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