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    Production, logistics, aftermarket

    New requirements for occupational health and safety

    With new work systems, equipment and machinery, safety standards must be reassessed.

    With new work systems, equipment and machinery, safety standards must be reassessed.

    Adapt occupational safety and health to developments in the world of work

    Today's world of work is determined by rapid technological developments, increased globalization, digitalization, and demographic change. It is thus subject to constant change. 

    As a result, new burdens arise for employees and, with these, novel fields of action in the area of occupational health and safety.  

    The assessment of these new systems of working, plants, and machinery, with regard to all possible hazards and the implementation of the protective measures necessary, is the primary task of occupational safety. Accidents and work-related illnesses can be readily identified and prevented by developing preventive measures taking into account all stress parameters. 

    The proactive and sustainable integration of the many aspects of occupational safety into the processes of our member companies strengthens the health and performance of their employees, and can also have a positive impact on product safety issues. 

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