Corporate Quality. Structure. Efficiency. Transparency.
The basic prerequisites for sustainable, successful entrepreneurship.
Occupational Health and Safety
By getting audited and certified by SQS, companies strengthen their credibility and trust in the market, among employees, authorities, or other stakeholders.
Our SQS auditors support clients by providing a practical and conceptually well-founded external perspective and thus convey orientation and comparability in the market.
Competences through ongoing training
Our clients build up comprehensive competences by having their employees trained by SQS in a practical, impact-oriented, and holistic way.
Clients from business and
SQS is an SME serving the Swiss economy and society. It has over 9,000 clients from all sectors, from micro- to large companies, from associations to public authorities.
Founded as a pioneer and
a market leader ever since
SQS was founded in 1983 as one of the world's first certification bodies for management systems. Since then, it has been Switzerland's leading organisation in this field.
Long-term customer relationships as a trademark
Quality creates loyalty. More than a third of our clients have been with SQS for more than 10 years. We have even been working with numerous companies since the early 1980s.
New mandates gained
SQS has convinced almost 600 more organisations of its value proposition in 2022. The more complex the economy, the more important it is to be able to count on reliable partners.
Our certificates provide market access worldwide
Lived and certified «Swissness»: SQS certificates create market access for companies on all continents - if we leave Antarctica out for a moment...
Training days for new lead auditors
New auditors complete a practice-oriented basic training with 34 training days in 2 years. This is how we ensure continuity and bring you to the top with the help of our experts.
You want to improve?
Here are the 4 success factors.
#1 - Implement quality comprehensively
What characterises a successful company?
In the foreground, of course, are high-quality products and services. But today, these alone are no longer enough to survive in the market. The quality and thus the long-term competitiveness of a company is also determined by numerous other factors. These include, among others
- the management system,
- cost control and optimisation,
- risk management,
- a transparent and efficient process landscape
- and the ability to constantly improve and renew.
#2 - A credible environmental management
Who is against environmental protection? Exactly, today everyone is committed to the responsible use of the world's resources. But do we act accordingly? How do we distinguish between lip service and serious commitment? There are proven solutions to ensure that protecting the environment is not a «nice to have» but an integral part of the corporate culture and processes.
#3 - Occupational safety and healthy employees
Whether it's a small company or an international organisation - anyone who holds a managerial position bears responsibility for the health and safety of their employees. Higher and higher. Further. Faster. The pressure on employees is increasing in many companies and organisations. It is therefore all the more important to ensure and promote their safety and health. That is humanly correct. And it is in the interest of the employer. Because in our service society, employees are the ultimate success factor.
#4 - Understanding sustainability as future viability
«Sustainability» is not a fashionable topic. It is the requirement and the entrepreneurial opportunity of the 21st century. Companies whose business models contribute to climate change and endanger our ecosystems will sooner or later exit the market. Social requirements are also increasing. This means, for example, compatibility of work and family and the protection of human rights along the entire value chain. There are strategies and methods to respond to these changes in time and in the right way - so that you are on the winning side of the change.