Corona: Dekra awards Nuremberg a security certificate

Handover of the Dekra certificate (Photo: Christian Albrecht / Airport Nürnberg).
Handover of the Dekra certificate (Photo: Christian Albrecht / Airport Nürnberg).

Corona: Dekra awards Nuremberg a security certificate

Handover of the Dekra certificate (Photo: Christian Albrecht / Airport Nürnberg).
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The Bavarian airport Nuremberg was the first German airport to receive a certificate from the testing organization Dekra, which confirms the preventive measures against the spread of Covid-19. The concept includes the auditing of hygiene standards and is intended to confirm low-risk travel in times of Corona.

Nuremberg Airport was the first airport in Germany to be certified with the “Dekra Trusted Facility” seal of approval. The security check is intended to help minimize the pandemic-related risks for the employees of the verified provider and the customers and to build trust. The process initially includes an interview based on the list of criteria, followed by an on-site audit and then regular reviews by Dekra auditors with experience in the industry. The checklist includes over 100 criteria of different weighting.

At Nuremberg Airport, the routing and information for passengers, distance rules, ventilation in the passenger areas and disinfection and cleaning measures were evaluated. All passenger areas with check-in, security control, waiting rooms, gates, baggage reclaim and shops were included.

“Dekra offers comprehensive concepts worldwide for a safe life in the corona pandemic. To this end, we are bundling our competencies for process audits, product testing as well as occupational health and safety, ”says Frank Barenscheer, authorized signatory and member of the management of Dekra Certification GmbH. "A central question these days is the safety of millions of holidaymakers, whom we want to protect with a standard that is recognized throughout Europe."

“Safety is always our top priority. The certificate is a confirmation of our commitment that passengers, visitors and employees can rely on compliance with hygiene standards, even and especially in these times, and will hopefully soon be able to enjoy relaxed trips again, ”says Nuremberg boss Michael Hupe.

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