To continuously and reliably meet the ever increasing demands on companies in regards to their environmental, energy, quality and occupational health and safety management, we focus on regular certifications.​

These should not only show our business partners along the entire value chain that we are a competent partner, they rather represent an internal incentive to take care of our responsibility for the environment, our employees and our resources on a daily basis.


The ALTANA Group has defined company-wide environmental and safety standards. The essential basis of these standards is the "Responsible Care" project of the chemical industry, for compliance with these standards, all of ALTANA associated companies have committed around the world.


Quality management system (DIN ISO 9001)​

The quality management standard according to DIN EN ISO 9001 has the purpose to improve the customer satisfaction and to build trust in the products and services, a company offers.​

Environmental management system (DIN ISO 14001)​

The environmental management standard according to DIN EN ISO 14001 is an integrated system that includes all levels of an organization to improve the environmental performance sustainably.​

Energy management system (DIN ISO 50001)​

A systematically structured energy management according to DIN EN ISO 50001 is based on the recording of a company‘s energy flow and a valuation of the status of the energy efficiency. The improvement of energy efficiency as well as preserving our resources will be achieved by technical and organizational measures.​

Occupational health and safety management system (DIN ISO 45001)

The occupational health and safety management system according to DIN ISO 45001 will contribute to reducing the risk of injuries, accidents and work-related illnesses.

„The process of continual improvement that we actively pursue is the basis of everything we do.“​

Bernhard Kaucke Head of EHSQ (Environment, Health, Safety and Quality)