By implementing ISO 45001, companies can improve their occupational health and safety processes, reduce work accidents, sick leave, and absenteeism. Companies can also achieve cost savings through the introduction of the standard. Experience shows that certification promotes compliance with the requirements and can improve the company's control over safety and health conditions.
Is the knowledge that has already been acquired called into question? No, says sociologist Prof. Dr. Robert Helmrich, who got to the bottom of this question using theoretical assumptions and empirical findings. In his view, knowledge by no means loses its significance, but instead evolves and changes. Even knowledge that no one asks for anymore ultimately remains knowledge.
Classic classroom training or face-to-face seminars play an important role in the range of analog and digital learning formats. The advantages: immediate communication, promotion of personal learning, and practice in a quiet, safe place where the learner can concentrate fully on the learning process and content.
70 percent we learn in the job, 20 percent in social interaction with one another and 10 percent in the context of formal further training. 30 years have passed since Michael M. Lombardo and Robert W. Eichinger first published this insight in their book "The Career Architect Development Planner". With some adaptions, the formula is still valid.