Standards contribute to success in business. The following success stories provide illustrative examples - from a one-person enterprise to a large regional hospital - of how this works in practice.
Bernd Zwattendorfer's PhD theses forms the basis of a research project. Standards are a prerequisite.
KWB: Innovative and sustainable in the field of renewable energy - also thanks to its involvement in standardization
Standards provide invaluable support in day-to-day work in the Municipality of Absam.
Compliance management system makes an important contribution to permanently safeguarding the enterprise value.
However, 'setting standards' gives customers the security of knowing that they are investing in a future-oriented system.
Leonding is the first Austrian city to implement a professional project management in line with ÖNORM ISO 21500.
The inclusion of training institutions makes sure that tuition always keeps abreast of the state of the art
ÖNORM B 5014 protects drinking water from negative effects caused by unsuitable materials
PhD thesis on a quality test for the surfaces of ceramic balls forms the basis of ÖNORM M 6341
Compliance with mandatory emission limits protects the environment and ensures optimized combustion.
Regina Sommer contributed to the development of national and international standards that are applied worldwide.
Numerous Rosenbauer experts are actively involved in the (further) development of standards
Bringing enterprises and processes in line with standards results in more professionalism.
Safety is essential for baby products - only the very best can be good enough.
Knowledge about standards and their professional management are indispensable for local authorities.
An innovative solution is integrating a variety of standards into university operations
The hardware manufacturer Julius Blum turns the opening and closing of furniture into a great experience.
Johann Brandmayr develops a test stand for characterizing solar thermal collectors.
CO2 emissions can now be quantified throughout the entire life cycle of goods.
Around 70% of the specifications developed in Austria are also contained in today's European and International Standards.
At gespag, ten hospitals are gathered under a virtual roof and have access to "effects".
When you characterize radiation by means of a single parameter, there must be a clear agreement on how to determine this value.
ONR 49000 provides helpful guidance for the implementation of risk management in Switzerland