• The importance of training employees

    Proper training is crucial when it comes to creating and maintaining an effective management system. Putting changes to processes on paper is easy but getting these new insights to employees is a different story. Eventually, they are the ones to work accordingly and while processes are created with the best intentions in mind they are […]

  • Event: First workshop organised by Qooling

    Tuesday, the 12th of April, we successfully organised our first event together with ProcesDoen! The event was hosted at the inspirational location YesDelft!, the incubator of the Delft University of Technology. The workshop was a big success with great input from the participants under the guidance of the trainer Emiel Kort. The main goal of the […]

  • ISO9001:2015 – A practical guide for risk assessment

    Over the past months we have seen the introduction of the new ISO9001:2015 standard. To comply with this new standard we applied a strategy to introduce risk based thinking throughout the organisation with one of our customers. The customer used the migration to this new standard as an opportunity to increase the employee engagement. This […]

  • The right tools for your QHSE management

    As with all tools, QHSE tools should be making your life as a QHSE manager easier. As of today still a lot of companies use the Microsoft office package as a tool to manage their QHSE management system. The choice for using Office is pretty reasonable at first sight because of the convenience and the wildly […]

  • QHSE and Employee Engagement

    Quality is a very important part of doing business. When a company delivers poor quality products or services it won’t last very long. However, maintaining and improving a QHSE management system can feel like an uphill battle due to lack of employee engagement. Every QHSE management system comes with additional procedures and processes which forces […]

  • Risk Management

    Risk management is a high priority within every company, regardless of certification efforts. This does not mean that risks are avoided at all costs, just that risks are identified, evaluated, and decisions are made based on these evaluations. Risk identification is not part of ISO9001:2008, but will be included in ISO9001:2015, and is included in […]