Safety Certificate for Contractors

Safety Certificate for Contractors

Avoid financial and operational loss with a Safety Certificate for Contractors

Avoid financial and operational loss with a Safety Certificate for Contractors

Demonstrate your commitment to occupational health and safety

A large number of sub-contractors work in industries with significant challenges to their health. Safety, health and environmental factors are key concerns for organizations worldwide, particularly for employees employed in high risk jobs. Procedures and guidelines on safety should be in place to minimize the potential risks to avoid financial and operational loss.

SCC, otherwise known as Safety Certificate for Contractors, is a standard that applies to the audit and certification of safety management systems. Originally intended to allow organizations to operate with greater safety awareness and reduce the number of accidents, SCC is gradually regarded as a mandatory requirement for companies, especially for businesses conducting its activities on their clients’ premises. It shares similarities to other management systems such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 as well as ISO 45001 and OHSAS 18001.


The adoption of the SCC management allows the company to commit to a long-term goal of a continued improvement in implementation of the organization's health and safety policy. Unlike other management systems like OHSAS 18001 and ISO 9001, SCC provides reliable control of SHE, which is important especially in cases where organizations conduct their activities within their clients’ location. To achieve the goal, the decision-makers of the company will have many considerations, including the strategy and direction the company will take, the best way to build a decision-making process, and measures to identify and minimize varying levels of risks that are detrimental to the employees’ well-being.


Within TÜV SÜD, internationally accredited certification bodies offer services for various management systems. We have extensive experience in auditing and certifying a wide range of internationally recognized management systems. Our experienced team for of global experts will guide you through the process, from on-site audits to certification. We will help you to identify opportunities and minimize potential risks. By being your partner, your company’s commitment to the safest standards will gain global recognition. Beyond certification, we will also provide you with periodic feedbacks on the most effective ways to improve your operations on Safety, Health and Environment.

Our services at a glance

  • In-depth assessment - TÜV SÜD will conduct a qualitative and quantitative analysis after the audit and present you with a detailed report and analysis. By assessing your strengths and weaknesses, you will drive your service excellence levels and, ultimately, increase profitability.
  • One-stop solution - In addition to the SCC management system, TÜV SÜD is also a one-stop provider for other certifications and management systems.

Your benefits at a glance

  • Improve marketability - Your business gains global visibility and public confidence by showing that you are committed to ensuring all, not only your employees are safe at work.
  • Boost productivity - Through the reduction or elimination of accidents and health-related issues, you minimize business risks and improve productivity.
  • Global presence - TÜV SÜD’s stable of international experts are well-equipped to apply a beneficial external view on your processes, thus minimizing existing risks and enhancing your reputation within the industry.

TÜV SÜD is also a one-stop provider for other Management Systems Certification & Auditing Services.

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