Improving employee well-being with ISO 9001, 14001, and 45001

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In the construction world, we face daily challenges regarding quality, environmental issues, and safety.

ISO standards:

To address these, some companies have implemented the following ISO standards:

ISO 9001: Focused on ensuring quality in all our processes. By following its guidelines, we ensure that each project is executed to the highest standard, resulting not only in client satisfaction but also in the trust and pride of our employees as part of a job well done.

ISO 14001: Guides us towards more environmentally friendly practices. Through it, we reduce our ecological footprint and ensure that our projects are carried out in a manner that cares for and respects our environment.

ISO 45001: Specifically designed to manage and reduce occupational risks. By adopting it, we guarantee a workplace where the safety and health of our employees are prioritised. This not only reduces incidents but also promotes a positive and healthy work environment.

With these standards, we aim to go beyond meeting basic requirements and keep employee wellbeing firmly in mind. If we achieve all this, the success of the organisation is guaranteed.

1. At Cador, we integrate all three ISOs

With them, we can identify synergies and opportunities for improvement that benefit both the company and the workers. Integration facilitates the efficient allocation of resources, allowing us to reduce the duplication of efforts.

2. Training and awareness of the standards

The standards demand continual awareness from the workers, compelling us to provide ongoing training. Solid training promotes the safety and quality of the organisation, ensuring that we always work towards continuous improvement and guarantee the wellbeing of workers by reducing risks and errors.

3. Transparency and participation

Workers must feel comfortable sharing concerns and suggestions related to quality, the environment, and safety. Good information helps us identify problems before they can escalate into crises.

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4. Risk and opportunity assessment

The ISO 45001 standard reviews occupational risks, but ISO 9001 and 14001 can also involve significant risks. Identifying and addressing these contributes to a safe and healthy work environment.

5. And finally, the great goal of CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Obtaining certifications requires annual reviews; it’s a continuous process. We set objectives that must be met, and each year we improve upon those set objectives.

Safety, Wellbeing, Productivity

Optimising ISO systems in construction companies not only involves complying with legal requirements but also focusing on employee wellbeing, as aspects such as training, communication, and continuous improvement are key conditions for efficiency and working in a healthier and safer environment. If all are met, productivity will undoubtedly also increase as employees feel valued and safe.

At Cador, we guarantee that we not only strive to meet legal requirements but also prioritise the wellbeing of our employees. Training, communication, and continuous improvement are fundamental in our environment.

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