Reduce process costs thanks to an overview of all resources
You can access the data at any time and manage operating materials yourself. Text as well as images and even videos (on request) can be stored.
You have flawless documentation at hand for any follow-up processes (e.g. the annual DIN ISO certification, the internal inspection). The inventory list can be used for various purposes (e.g. insurance amount calculation)
Initial acceptance is not required. The product is already listed in your operating material database upon delivery.
Based on the inspection results and our consultation, you can analyse weak points in product selection and/or product application. This allows you to carry out (cost) optimisation.
Since the system is entirely manufacturer-independent, it is completely open, including everything from marking to determining which products can be integrated.
All inspections in your company are carried out based on identical and, most importantly, current requirements. Once specifications have been assigned, they are reliably incorporated in the inspection.
We will take care of planning your recurring inspection process deadline.
Markings and documented inspection results significantly reduce follow-up processes when it comes to procurement efforts.
The products arre unambiguously identifiable in the long term and you can allocate them easily using your own read devices.
Carl Stahl’s Integrated Services offers the perfect solution for marking all operating materials in your company in an unambiguous and unmistakable way: state-of-the-art RFID transponder technology such as Chipster, nameplates with serial numbers or bar codes. We can mark products purchased from Carl Stahl ex works. These products are then directly inventoried in your future digital inspection directory. This allows you to save time when assessing the products and documenting the commissioning process.
The unambiguous and unmistakable marking (RFID, bar code, serial number) clearly identifies your operating materials with the use of mobile assistance devices such as the multi-functional Scenter. After the successful identification, the service technicians from Carl Stahl can see all relevant information for the operating material on their tablet.
All manufacturer specifications, legal regulations as well as customer-specific inspection criteria form the basis of the manufacturer-independet, checklist-based assembly inspection. Customer-specific inspection criteria include the results from the risk assessment of technical operating materials which you, the owner/operator, have carried out yourself. Our service technicians go through the checklist item by item and offer a final recommendation for continued operation. The checklists are always up-to-date and ensure consistent inspection quality on the highest possible level and thus fulfil the requirements of the German Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health.
As a final step, you receive the corresponding inspection certificate for each inspected operating material to ensure documentation with legal certainty. We can also save the inspection results in our cloud-based database, which allows you to view them at any time. An automated reminder for upcoming inspection deadlines for previously inspected or newly purchased Carl Stahl products allow you to spend more time on other operational tasks.
The responsibilites of a business operator include organising, implementing and monitoring occupational safety measures in the areas of technology, organisation and personnel.
In the area of technology, the business operator is responsible for workplace equipment as well as proper maintenance of work equipment (tools, devices, machines and systems).
Additional areas of responsibility include the area of organisation and the correct selection and monitoring of qualified personnel. The latter not only requires the business operator to take responsibility for the qualifications of their own employees but also to select and monitor service providers with the same level of diligence.
Purchasing agents procure operating materials which are necessary for carrying out production processes and which are appropriate to age and the ageing process. As part of their job, they evaluate the quality of products and services from commissioned service providers and therefore manage the procurement chain process actively.
Controlling department employees compile key performance indicators for corporate decisions and take on planning, controlling and coordination tasks.
They develop methods regarding the legal safeguarding, performance assessment and improvements of preventive occupational safety measures.
One of the most important tasks of a Controlling department is its function as an information centre which, for example, determines and assesses material assets. This is an important factor when determining insurance amounts.
Operational management personnel upholds responsibility and legal obligation for employees and their safety at work and they have the authority to instruct these employees.
In the area of organisation, they take over the obligations of the business operator, put delegated measures and instructions into practice and monitor their implementation. They report defects and ensure that the affected area is secured and the defect remedied. Extent and limits of the level of authority determine the range of responsibilities.
Their tasks include creating risk assessments and operating instructions as well as training users.
Safety specialists advise the business operator, department manager, plant manager and the foremen. They support management personnel and safety representatives, particularly by reporting identified defects, carrying out safety-related inspections, encouraging safety-conscious behaviour and collaborating with everyone involved.
Quality managers design and organise workflows, optimise communication structures, standardise certain work processes and check standards for products and services.
They take responsibility for documentation and provide consultations regarding necessary equipment and the design of workstations.
The key task of the Quality Management department is to fill the information systems and documentation platforms of the company with content and to create required documents or control them.
There are many good reasons why you should make occupational safety one of the top priorities of your company.