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Staff Unit FB I

Head:
Christine Stengele
Phone:
0228 / 8491-1110
E-Mail:
Christine.Stengele@bfN.de

Deputy:
N.N.
Phone:
 
E-Mail:
 

Address:
Konstantinstr. 110
 
D 53179 Bonn

  1. Legal affairs

  • Legal matters and disputes not covered by other sections

  • Involvement in contract drafting

  •  Anti-corruption

  • Analysis and evaluation of areas susceptible to corruption

  • Prevention measures

  • Control and documentation of implementation measures

  • Sponsoring matters

  • Fundamental issues

  • Documentation and control

 

2. Property management (in collaboration with BImA and BLB)

  • Planning and supervision of construction and building maintenance measures

  • Coordination of cleaning and gardening work

  • Building control systems

  • Contact point for employees on property-related matters

  • Fire prevention

  • Structural and technical occupational safety

  • Coordination of maintenance work

  • Contract management with BImA

  • EMAS

  • Implementation of the environmental guidance and targets; target attainment monitoring

  • Updating, documentation and implementation of the environmental programme

  • Preparing, managing and issuing environmental management documentation

  • Regular appraisal of the environmental requirements currently applicable to BfN and of the rules and regulations relating to the EMAS Regulation

  • Planning, conduct and evaluation of internal audits and reviews (environmental management)

  • Regular review, maintenance and improvement of the environmental management system; taking corrective action, including with regard to compliance with legal requirements

  • Preparing and updating the environmental statement

  • Chairing the Environment Committee as steering and management body

  • risis management

  • Fundamental issues of crisis management

  • Coordinating BfN statements in crisis management matters

  • Coordinating BfN’s contribution in preventing, responding to and resolving potential crisis situations

Last Change: 27/04/2021

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