Our goal: Integral safety for your sub-theme or organization. This requires a 360° view of and across various security disciplines and expertise in the diverse topics.
SBIS - various topics of integral safety
- SBIS offers a wide range of topics in the entire lifecycle of integral safety.
- In contrast to companies that specialize in only one sub-area, the Swiss Office for Integral Safety offers "everything from a single source" - including state-of-the-art safety technology and market-leading quality specialists.
What is integral safety?
Integral safety is a thought process that begins with the management of a company or organization. In addition, there are framework conditions such as external influences, laws, standards and operational regulations. They influence all considerations, work and actions in the context of safety.
Once defined, the implementation of measures and plans can take place at the appropriate level, namely at the operational and conceptual level. This comes to life from the moment everyone identifies with it and makes their contribution.
How is integral safety created?
In terms of security, security policy forms the core of integral safety. This core is encased by the strategy. At the strategic level, corporate management determines the security framework and decides which objects, organizational units and processes are relevant to security. This is where a company's security strategy is described. Different security areas are distinguished:
- Security management
- Occupational safety & health protection
- Fire protection
- Environmental protection and energy
How does SBIS support?
The Swiss Bureau for Integral Safety (SBIS) covers all safety-related topics as a specialist expert.
Successful safety management should ensure trouble-free and high-performance operations
An essential factor in the safety and risk management and overall operations of an organization or business.
Occupational safety & health
Companies and organizations in Switzerland are required by law to address the issue.
The "Security" division protects organizations and property against active violence by people.