Occupational health and safety

#Safety technician #Drawing up documentation #Safety audit #Risk assessment #PPE

Fire protection

#Fire protection technician #Drawing up documentation #Fire constrols #Fire extuinguishers

Safety coordinator
Construction site Safety coordinator

#Coordination of safety at the construction site #OHS Plan of Construction site


#Waste management #Water management #Air protection

Health service
Health service

#Health supervision for employees #Risk assessment #Categorization of work #Operational regulations

Management systems

#ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management System #ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System.

Training and courses
Trainings and courses

#Safety trainings #Fire safety trainings #Constructions machines #Motor trucks #Load binder #Crane


#Modern method of education yours employees

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In recent years, the topic of the environment has increasingly come to the fore. Active approach to environmental protection is the business card of every modern enterprise. It is part of the social responsibility and has many benefits, like improving reputation, improving brand value, decreasing costs due to less waste, reduced risk of sanctions from regulatory authorities and many more.

Environmental Protection includes activities that prevent pollution or environmental damage, or this pollution or damage is limited or removed. It includes the protection of individual elements or specific ecosystems and their mutual connections, as well as the protection of the environment as a whole.

The obligations of entrepreneurs could be classified into three main areas, specifically:

  • Waste management (Act No. 79/2015 Coll. on Waste)
  • Water management (Act No. 364/2004 Coll. on Waters)
  • Protection of air (Act No. 146/2023 Coll. on Air Protection)
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Waste management services:
Classification of waste in terms of the waste catalog
Waste registration in registration sheets
Annual report on waste poduction
Report on transported hazardous waste
Emergency plan for waste management
Drawing up a request for approvals according to the Waste Act
Registration of the producer of the reserved product
Control of records of reserved products and reporting data
Consulting, Audits, Proposals for measures
Water management services:
Emergency plan for water management
Activity of the water manager
Operating procedures, consultancy, audits, proposal of measures
Protection of air management
Identification of the source of air pollution
Calculation of fees for air pollutition
Intermediation of pollutant emissions measurement
Annual report - stationary cooling facilities
Representation of the company during inspection by state authorities
Consulting, Audits, Proposals for measures
Why chose us?
Quality of services
Professionalism and thoroughness
Individual approach
Many years of experience

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested.


Waste is defined under the Act on Waste as a movable object or substance, whose owner is getting rid of it, wants to get rid of it or he is obliged to get rid of it under this Act or another individual regulation.

Waste owner is the waste generator or a person, who is holding waste, for example, a company.

The basic obligations of a waste owner include:

  • sort waste correctly according to the Waste Catalog,
  • collect waste sorted according to waste type and secure it against degradation, theft or unwanted leakage
  • collect hazardous waste separately
  • maintain and store records on the type and amount of waste and its disposal
  • ensure waste processing in accordance with the hierarchy of waste management
  • hand over waste only to a person authorized to handle waste.

The waste registration sheet is essentially a prescribed form, in which the waste owner (company) keeps records of the amounts of waste. The records may be kept in electronic or paper form.

For record keeping purposes, waste is classified based on the Waste Catalogue, so each waste has an assigned catalogue number.

The report on the generation of waste and its handling is submitted by the waste owner, if he or she handles more than 50kg of hazardous waste or more than one ton of regular waste annually.

For specific hazardous waste (Attachment No. 3 of the Act No. 366/2015 Coll.), the report on the generation of waste and its handling is submitted irrespective of its amount.

Hazardous waste is waste, which has at least one hazardous property, e.g., explosiveness, flammability, toxicity, etc., and may be hazardous to the health of persons or the environment.

Hazardous waste must have the so called HWIP, i.e., Hazardous Waste Identification Paper. It is a set of information about the hazardous waste, such as, e.g., its hazardous properties, measures in case of accidents and fires, first aid, etc. HWIP must list covers and containers and where is the hazardous waste stored.

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