Safety is a fundamental value of Schindler. We do not compromise on the safety of passengers or our employees. Schindler adopts a holistic approach to safety. End-user comfort and
safety is Schindler's primary concern, starting from the research and
development process, the design and manufacturing, through to on-site
installation, servicing and finally recycling of its products. Our
actions are split into three categories.
Engineering, manufacturing, installation and disposal of safe and reliable products
Safety in service
Ensuring highest passenger safety and reliability during a products lifetime.
Caring for health and wellbeing of all our employees worldwide.
Adhere to global & local regulations
We ensure that all of our products and services worldwide conform to clearly established requirements, country-specific laws, regulations and norms.
If new safety regulations necessitate the upgrading of older installations, Schindler actively proposes appropriate modernization solutions to the owners of the equipment. Should the owner be unwilling to upgrade equipment with the requisite safety components, Schindler will withdraw its maintenance services and may refrain from taking the responsibility for the maintenance of the installation.
Furthermore, our Safety Policy focuses on the identification of potential risks at the Group's production sites worldwide – ranging from environmental factors to delivery and transportation issues.
Drawing on its findings, the company actively defines and implements preventative measures with the support of local safety officers. Safety specialists at the individual Group companies worldwide are responsible for the detailed definition and documentation of local safety requirements.
Quality: ISO 9001:2015 certifications
All major Schindler operating companies throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia/Pacific are certified according to the ISO 9001:2015 quality management standards.