Quality, Safety, Health and Environment
While maintaining the flexible and creative approach which characterizes us, we are always seeking more efficient ways to plan and implement our projects. Therefor we strive to continuously improve all aspects of our activities, including technique, equipment, people and operational methods.
Kametal always strives to offer the most suitable solution for your project. We do not only do this by relying on a wide range of products and services, but also by constantly emphasizing quality, safety, health and the environment.
We want to ensure that our growth goes hand in hand with the sustaining and further improvement of our high quality standards. Environment and safety are therefore inherent and integrally embedded in business processes and business operations.
Attention to quality is a focus in all our activities. We see this as a continuous process. Just like we continue to develop our services, our operation is regularly evaluated and updated.
The basis for this engagement is formed by:
- Highly experienced and specialized staff;
- The use of reliable and durable materials and products;
- An efficient organization and process.
"When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality."
— Joe Paterno
All of our employees obtained a VCA/SCC certificate. This certificate is granted after a review by an independent institution and is a guarantee that they meet a number of requirements in the area of safety, health and the environment.
The VCA, or in English, the “Safety Health and the Environment (SHE) Checklist Contractors (SCC)” is a management model in the areas of safety, health and environmental protection and is directed in particular to contractors and service providers that operate in high-risk environments.
The SCC has been around since 1994 as representatives from the petrochemical industry and contractors wanted to develop a system for objectively assessing contractors’ safety policies and performance. Since then, the SCC has gained widespread recognition as the industrial norm and complies with the requirements laid down in European standards.