OHSAS 18001 Certified and Zero Injuries Achieved in 2016


Heat Treatment without Injuries

Safety is a process, which needs to be managed continuously. Heatmasters got OHSAS 18001 health and safety management system certified in 2016 in Finland, Poland, and Sweden. That was a huge effort for everybody, and we are happy to see the immediate payback: we had zero injuries (causing more than one day of absence) during 2016 across our companies.

“Congrats to our Wizards! More and more our customers are promoting the importance of safety and we have been able to provide heat treatment services and products which meet these high standards. Personally, I think that on top of the mandatory workers’ personal hot work and safety cards all companies in the industrial arena should officially be certified for health and safety. We ask our people to work hard and often for long hours, however, everybody should expect to return home at the end of the working day or project in good health”, says Ilkka Mujunen, President and CEO of Heatmasters Group.

Heatmasters is developing its health and safety in 2017 by further improving its processes, competencies, and tools in manufacturing and field services. Naturally again targeting for zero injuries.

The aim of the Heatmasters health and safety policy is to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of our staff, visitors, and the communities in which we operate.
Everyone at Heatmasters is committed to following our health and safety policy ensuring continuous improvement in our operations and our occupational health and safety management system.

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