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Sonnenstromfabrik receives comprehensive certification again

Sonnenstromfabrik (, the most modern and qualitatively leading manufacturer of photovoltaic modules in Europe, has again received comprehensive ISO certifications in the areas of quality management, environmental management and occupational health and safety management. The company, which has a product focus in the glass / glass module segment, is thus confirming its worldwide high standards in production, sustainability and management.

As one of the first photovoltaic module manufacturers, Sonnenstromfabrik had its occupational health and safety management system checked and certified in accordance with the new DIN EN ISO 45001: 2018. On the basis of the latest requirements, the certification certifies the effectiveness and effectiveness of the occupational health and safety management system. The new, stricter standard replaces the former British standard BS OHSAS 18001: 2007 and brings together occupational safety and occupational health management. In order to meet the requirements, some of which differed considerably in terms of content, a great deal of adjustment was necessary in the management system, which the employees and management of the Sonnenstromfabrik successfully mastered.

The Sonnenstromfabrik also successfully passed the recertification audits for quality management (DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015) and environmental management (DIN EN ISO 14001: 2015).

Dr. Bernhard Weilharter, Managing Director of Sonnenstromfabrik: “The extensive certifications prove that our photovoltaic modules are produced at the highest quality level and in compliance with the strictest environmental and occupational safety measures. This means that PV modules from Sonnenstromfabrik still differ from the products of many manufacturers in Asia. For us, these certifications are also proof that our customers' trust in our products is justified. "

The audits were carried out and issued by sicZert Certifications GmbH, a certification partner of the national accreditation body of the Federal Republic of Germany (DAkkS).