VCA is the name of the occupational safety management system used by companies in the Netherlands and Belgium (often also in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Scandinavia).
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VCA is the name of the occupational safety management system used by companies in the Netherlands and Belgium (often also in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Scandinavia). The VCA abbreviation means Veiligheid Gezondheid Milieu Checklijst Aannemers (Safety, Health, Environment and Subcontractor’s Checklist).
The VCA certificate is issued in the form of a green diploma, it includes the VCA logo and is valid for 10 years. The VCA certificate is issued along with the VCA card. In the Netherlands, it is necessary to have the “green” VCA certificate accredited by the Dutch VCA Infra institute. The Personal Safety Logbook is an additional document which includes up-to-date training courses and permits, including the VCA (Veiligheidspaspoort). The VCA certificate is required in companies based in the Netherlands, Belgium and other EU states, which execute high-risk works in the following disciplines: petrochemical, construction, heavy industry and many others.
- The VCA Basic certificate is intended for line employees.
- The training lasts for 8 hours, while the exam lasts for 60 minutes and consists of 40 questions.
- The VCA Basic exam is available in Polish, English, German, Dutch, Slovakian, Romanian, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, French and other EU languages.
Price: 220 inc. BTW