June 4th, 2019
Major DH Conference lifting (01-02.07.09) am Chiemsee guidance for the implementation of EN 13155 “Cranes – safety – loose lifting” in conjunction with the EN 13135-1 + 2 “cranes – equipment, part 1: electrotechnical equipment and part 2: Nichtelektrotechnische equipment”. The summer months are actively using for training, in places, where one feels right at home that is the motto of the successful Summer Academy or the summer seminars of the Haus der Technik. Read more from celebrity trainer to gain a more clear picture of the situation. With its large conference lifting am Chiemsee on 01-02 July 2009 again exactly the right mix of current professional knowledge Haus offers the technology for the professional practice presented by top-class experts and a loose and relaxed atmosphere in a selected Sport-Hotel. The two-day symposium deals with the provisions of EN 13155, of amendment A1 and EN 13135-1 + 2 for the design, construction and operation and the inspection of lifting gear. Also be producers with reports of new Developments and specific practical experience contribute to the success of this meeting.
Participants learn how to handle the new standards with examples from practice and get important information about the construction and development of load recording devices. The opportunity for questions and discussions at this Conference is extensively available and desired. The Symposium is aimed at expert and knowledgeable for the inspection of cranes and lifting, designers, production managers and inspection staff of the manufacturer of lifting, operators of lifting, State offices for occupational safety and health or labour inspectorates, supervision of the professional associations. Participants should have practical experience in the design, construction, operation or testing of lifting accessories. Venue: Sporthotel Achental in Grassau nestles in the heart of the Chiemgau region, in the countryside between Chiemsee and the Kampenwand.
From the terrace the view wanders undisturbed on the Chiemgau mountains. The hotel’s spacious garden offers plenty of space to relax and enjoy. For the more active, Nordic walking offer around the hotel, including perfect routes for hiking, jogging and Nordic.
September 21st, 2018
DIN SPEC 91020: the new quality standard for corporate health management more and more fitness and health facilities discover the theme of corporate health management (BGM) for themselves and open up additional sources of revenue. The necessary technical skills to the theme of BGM, for example, a Bachelor’s or master’s degree at German University of prevention and health management, or the part-time Chamber of Commerce certificate course provides specialist occupational health management (IHK) “the BSA Academy, the sister company of the University.” In addition, it is important to stay up to date for health care providers that want to position themselves in this area, regarding current developments. To talk with in direct contact with leaders and decision makers in the respective companies. In this context, the DIN is SPEC 91020, which is available now, an important tool, because especially in the field of small – and medium-sized enterprises lacking often still on standardized, universal standards for the implementation of BGM. Since September, 2011, a working group of the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) e. V. dealt with a uniform standard for BGM in German companies. As a representative of German fitness and health industry, the employers Association of German fitness and health equipment (DSSV e.
V.) was involved from the outset in the development of the DIN standard. With the German University of prevention and health management, as well as the BSA-Akademie two educators with years of experience in the field of qualification for the growth market of prevention, fitness, sports and health were involved in this process. Information about the DIN SPEC 91020 who can SPEC 91020 new DIN from now on the NSS management system Standardization (Cosmas) in the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) be ordered. This specification lays down requirements for a BGM. Thus organisations shall be, enabled to adapt their systems and structures so that a healthy sustaining and performance promoting work environment can be built. Companies and institutions will receive a guide to the sustainable and successful implementation of occupational health management in a constantly changing environment SPEC 91020 in addition to the already existing legal obligations to the occupational health and safety with the DIN. The requirements in the context of the specification are formulated so that they are applicable to organizations of all types and sizes. BGM can be specifically designed or integrated into existing management systems that include the ISO-Guide 83 has been used in the development of the DIN. On the subject of BGM to date remain companies that to want to keep up on the latest developments on the subject of BGM, will find it on the website of the DSSV (www.dssv.de) or the College/BSA-Akademie (www.dhfpg-bsa.de). Under the following link SPEC 91020, the DIN can be ordered: cmd? level = tpl-type-detail view & committeeid = 90708147 & artid = 153182508 & bcrumblevel = 1 & languageid = de