What is the impact?

Our standards

The pressure to work according to high quality standards is increasing. Legislation and regulations are becoming increasingly demanding and the requirements from supervisors are tightening. Compliance is no longer just expected, but must also be demonstrable. It’s important to ‘get it right’. Would you like to know more about a specific standard? We would be happy to tell you more about a collaboration.

ISO 9001

ISO 9001 specifies requirements for a quality management system based on context, risk and opportunities of the organization.

ISO 17020

ISO 17020 is a specific conformity assessment for inspection bodies and is aimed at guaranteeing independence and impartiality in the results of the service to be provided.

ISO 13485

The ISO 13485-2016 standard is specifically applicable to organizations involved in the design, production and marketing of medical equipment and/or components. In addition to guaranteeing the quality management system, the standard is also specifically concerned with the quality assurance of the product itself. There are clear references with the various CE standards.

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 specifies the requirements of an environmental management system with which an organization can demonstrate the continuous improvement of its environmental performance.

ISO 26000

ISO 26000 is the international guideline for Corporate Social Responsibility and provides guidelines for the implementation of CSR.

VCA (*/**/P) / VCU

VCA stands for Safety, Health and Environment (VGM) Checklist Contractors and is intended to make you work safer and to reduce the number of accidents. VCU stands for Health and Safety Checklist Temporary Employment Organizations and originates from VCA.

ISO 45001

ISO 45001 leads to an occupational health and safety management system in which occupational risks are identified and evaluated with the aim of continuous improvement.


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an important instrument to guarantee the protection of personal data. Every company and organization has an accountability obligation from this regulation, in implementation and demonstrability.

Safety Culture ladder

Clients who are affiliated with the Governance Code for Safety in the Construction Industry can impose a selection criterion on The Safety Culture Ladder® on (sub)contractors in tenders.