Webtool Safety Culture Ladder

The Safety Culture Ladder is an assessment method to measure safety awareness and consciously acting safely (culture and behaviour) in companies. The emphasis is on the safety culture of the organization.

With this web tool, companies can perform a self-evaluation as part of a certification process. The self-evaluation can also be performed separately from a certification process. For example as a baseline measurement or to get acquainted with the aspects of the SCL in a low-threshold way. Two questionnaires are available: the SAQ Compact and SAQ Extended.

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What is it?

Online Dossier

The web tool gives you access to an online file. You can place your own documents in this file, including the SAQ report, GAP analysis, an action plan, a statement. As a user, you can give third parties (for example a certifying institution or purchaser) access to these documents.

For readers of the Online dossier

Do you work for a CI? Or are you a client/buyer? As a reader, you have access to the Online file of your customers/contractors. You will receive an email from NEN to create a password. You can then log in with your e-mail address and password and view the documents from the Online File.

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Would you like to learn more about the Safety Culture Ladder?

Information meetings about the SCL and ViA

NEN organizes information meetings for organizations that want to get started with the SCL or have questions about ViA. NEN, a certifying institution and someone from the ViA working group are present during these meetings. We deliberately keep these meetings small. This way, all your questions about certification on the SCL and ViA can be answered.

Introduction to the Safety Culture Ladder

This introductory training focuses on the content and structure of the requirements of the Safety Culture Ladder. The training is interesting for anyone who wants to learn more about the background and structure of the schedule.

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