A trusted partner
Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment… These are points that make our enterprise stand out from the crowd
Over the past seven decades, we’ve built a reputation as the industry’s most trusted partner.
An unwavering commitment to our values and to your success lies at the heart of this reputation. So does our determination to foster a zero harm culture that ensures the health and safety of your employees as well as our own.
Safety is both an absolute priority and shared culture at REEL and NKM Noell Special Cranes. Optimal performance requires complete safety.
NKM Noell Special Cranes management is committed to execute its engineering, procurement, construction and service activities in such a way as to take into prime account the safety and health of the employees and (sub) contractors; to prevent damage to assets; and to prevent environmental damage.
In implementation of this policy, NKM Noell Special Cranes will comply with the requirements of the relevant legislation and promote appropriate best practice for the protection of the safety, health and environment for all who may be affected directly or indirectly by its activities.
NKM Noell Special Cranes recognizes that, Health Safety and Environment are a management responsibility.
The HSE policy is based on the following principles:
Continuous improvement in the overall HSE performance
NKM Noell Special Cranes’ Quality Policy is based upon four principal objectives :
Our Quality Management System is regularly evaluated by our clients during numerous audits carried out on our various sites. Its robust nature is recognized by the fact that we have been approved and qualified by both key buyers and by the fact that we hold several national and international certificates: ISO9001, KTA1401,
European contractors successfully achieved an ITER Council milestone in June by making one part of the Assembly Hall
Time is passing by very fast and this year we celabrate NKM Noell's 15th anniversary.
The tooling stems from a contract signed between F4E and the NKM NOELL-REEL consortium in 2013