I manage a Cement Manufacturing Plant. We have had serious safety problems with our mobile equipment, lot of accidentes (Dumpers, forklifts, Loading Trucks, Flat Bed Trucks,etc.). We are starting a serious turnover program and the goal is to be the safest industrial company regading logistics, transportation of raw materials or products and quarry and internal heavy machinery mobilization. The goal is to make our equipment safe and our operators aware of all safety standards they need to follow. Does anybody know of a certificate from ISO or any other organization that can be useful to us???
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