Cadeler A/S, a key supplier within the offshore wind industry for installation services, operation, and maintenance, has added one more certificate to the already comprehensive collection of certificates.
The ISO 45001 certificate demonstrates that Cadeler works with occupational health and safety in a structured and consistent manner to protect employees and project partners from work-related accidents. The certificate is added to the collection of quality (ISO 9001) and environment (ISO 14001) certificates.
As a key partner in the offshore wind industry, the health and safety of employees remains a number one priority in Cadeler. Operating with extremely heavy equipment in the harsh and ever-changing environment can be a challenging affair. Following a set of health and safety procedures and best practices are fundamental to the business.
Cadeler operates based on a strict “Stop Work” policy. This means that every person at a Cadeler work site has the authority and responsibility to stop any task if there is just the slightest concern for safety. The safety procedures are followed with the greatest sense of urgency and precision to avoid the risk of any human errors.
In the last few years, Cadeler has improved its overall safety performance and continues working towards the goal of a safety culture strong enough to achieve zero workplace incidents.
“Cadeler has for years worked focused on health and safety in all aspects of activities from planning to execution. To show that Cadeler is aware of its obligations, we have decided to achieve the certificate for occupational health and safety – ISO 45001.” – Margrethe Haahr, Head of HSEQ at Cadeler.
“The health and safety of our employees are our first priority, and our management system is designed to reflect this focus. It therefore feels natural to add the ISO 45001 standard to our long list of certificates.” – Mikkel Gleerup, CEO of Cadeler.
For further information, please contact:
Mikkel Gleerup, CEO
+45 3246 3102