SKH

SKH staat op de BouwBeurs, kom je ook?

Van 4 t/m 8 februari klopt het hart van de bouw in de Jaarbeurs in Utrecht en natuurlijk is SKH van de partij. Je vindt ons in hal 10, stand F022, waar we je graag bijpraten over KOMO, ISO, STIP, FSC, PEFC, VCA en ATEX. Ook voor informatie over actuele onderwerpen zoals de verlijming van steenstrips, single part productie en richtlijnen voor het plaatsen op de bouw (in het kader van de wet kwaliteitsborging) bent u van harte welkom!

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Organisation

Independence/Impartiality

Independence/Impartiality

The management and the board of SKH hereby declare that it is crucial for a reliable and transparent certification process that the stakeholders are independent of the companies applying for a certification.

Complaints or Appeals

Complaints/Appeals

Please contact SKH if you have any complaints. This complaint will be settled according to the complaint procedure.
Download  complaint procedure

Your complaint can concern a certified product or SKH itself. If the complaint concerns a certification scheme which is not managed by SKH, you can also lodge this complaint with the appropriate administrator such as FSC®/PEFC/SSVV/SCCM/SMK etc. We would be happy to provide their contact details.

General information about SKH

Assurance with added value

Do you want to certify a product, process or person? SKH offers you assurance with added value. The assurance of the certificate of your choice. Plus, the added value of our proven ability to provide ideas, excellent service, knowledge and years of experience. This added value makes a noticeable difference.

Approach

Audit processes

The SKH auditors use any relevant audit techniques during the certification or verification process. The auditor will check whether the company/organisation/department meets the set requirements. A deviation will be captured if this is not the case. The audited party must recover the non-compliance in accordance with the rules of the scheme.

The findings will be captured in a report based on which a certificate can be issued, refused, maintained, renewed, cancelled, restored or withdrawn, depending on the conclusion. Your auditor will inform you of the applicable situation.