Occupational Safety, Audits, Compliance, Digitalization

A practical approach to internal audits

How Rossmann digitalizes its quality management

4 minutes

With over 270.000 m² of warehouse space at eight locations and a fleet of 110 vehicles at the company headquarters in Burgwedel, Germany, Rossmann Logistikgesellschaft delivers goods to over 2,100 stores in the region. It’s no surprise that quality management and the associated internal processes must run as smoothly as possible.  

Two years ago, to ensure ongoing effectiveness checks and legally complaint on-site work, the company elected to digitalize its internal audit processes. Amke Blendermann, Department Head for Projects and Processes at Rossmann Logistikgesellschaft, explains in this interview how digital solutions have led to streamlined processes, more sustainable work and other benefits for the company.

Other topics that may interest you

Occupational Safety, Digitalization

New perspectives for modern safety management

What potential could Behavior-Based Safety, Psychological Safety, Safety-II and Safety Differently hold? Build your strategy with modern perspectives on occupational safety.

Download whitepaper
Occupational Safety, Crisis management

Clear Covid-19 processes and zero workplace infections

How has Pfizer been able to minimize the risk of infection at its Freiburg site whilst protecting all employees? By making Quentic software the crux of its occupational health and safety strategy.

Read article
Occupational Safety, Compliance, Digitalization

Miba AG

Quentic allows each of Mibas’s employees to contribute to reaching its key health and safety targets. Increasing incident reports, reducing the accident rate and standardized EHS processes. Read more!

Read success story