Successful auditor training in Germany

On 6-7 April 2017, the first open auditor training was held in Hilden, Germany. The training was organized by NEN in cooperation with Dekra Academy and AdviSafe. During this two-day training, the German auditors started to work with the principles of the Safety Culture Ladder. Through practical exercises  the auditors learned to recognize the different company aspects of the Safety Culture Ladder.

Over the coming months more trainings will be organized in Germany. Check the agenda on our website for dates and locations.

We wish the auditors success working with the Safety Culture Ladder.

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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 w...


Extra self analysis tool online!

NEN has developed a new (extra) online questionnaire with which companies can identify the safety culture among their own employees. An online questionnaire was already available for use for various SCL products, but it was too extensive f...


Measures during Corona

This week an umbrella policy has been drawn up by NEN outlining the way audits should be handled during this Corona crisis. This policy follows the guidelines (T051) of the Dutch Accrediting Body which in turn are based on international gu...


‘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...


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...