Health & Safety: Striving for excellence in safety together

Corporate principles for health and safety at work:

"Striving for excellence in safety" is the title of our corporate strategy for this area. The principles and processes of this strategy are explained in a handbook available to all employees.

This is how we inform and train our employees:

Jaroslaw Baginski
Leader of the Cross Functional Team Health & Safety at Dürr

The most important thing for us is to know that our employees return home safely at the end of their working day. That's why health and safety measures are of great importance to us. We are working to further improve our high standard in this area at all corporate levels and in all Group companies. This is reflected in our principle 'STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE IN SAFETY'.

This is how we ensure compliance with the rules:

What happens if an accident has nevertheless occurred:

Awards

Safety Appreciation Award

Hyundai Motors has presented Dürr India with the Safety Appreciation Award. In May 2017 the Dürr subsidiary completed four modification projects in parallel within a tough schedule and, above all, without any accidents. At the Hyundai site in Chennai (India), 25 engineers and six safety officers from Dürr coordinated an average of around 100 subcontractor staff per day. The team worked a total of 28,560 hours without any accidents.

 

Safety Excellence Award

TVS Motors, India's third largest manufacturer of two-wheeled vehicles, presented Dürr once again with the "Safety Excellence Award" in March 2019. Dürr India received the award for the continuous support in ensuring safety at the production premises.

Excellent Project Safety Manager

Dürr has erected a paint shop in Tianjin (China) for the Chinese joint venture FAW-Volkswagen. At the beginning of 2018, this carmaker presented the "Excellent Project Safety Manager" award to Dürr's health-and-safety officer on site, Jin Biao, and project manager Qian Jin. Our photo shows Jin Biao together with a representative from FAW-Volkswagen.

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