Our 2023 Open Forum will take place on 12-13 September and aims to engage with a wide range of stakeholders in the steelmaking ecosystems. Read more about the focus of this year’s discussions.
Blogs by worldsteel experts and occasionally by guest bloggers. The blogs cover a wide variety of issues affecting the steel industry. We hope you will find this section useful and look forward to your comments.
A safe and healthy working environment for all employees is the number one priority for every worldsteel member. Our policy is to help all our members reach our goal of an accident-free workplace.
From medical implants to surgical equipment and vital hospital infrastructure, steel plays an enduring role in enabling and supporting the world’s healthcare systems. #lovesteel
Today is Steel Safety Day. Safety is the steel industry's highest priority. Steel Safety Day reinforces awareness of the five most common causes of safety incidents.
worldsteel Communications Officer Alistair Wragg explores another 5 digital trends to monitor in 2019. This is a follow up to part one released last week.
This blog looks at 10 digital trends we should keep an eye on in 2019 whilst sharing a few examples of steel companies already leading the way.
The winners of the 9th Steelie Awards were announced at the Annual Dinner of the World Steel Association (worldsteel). The Steelie Awards recognise member companies or individuals for their contribution to the steel industry over a one-year period in a series of categories impacting the steel industry.
The World Steel Association (worldsteel) has announced the shortlist for the 9th Steelie Awards. The winners will be revealed at the Annual Dinner of the 2018 General Assembly in Tokyo on Tuesday, 16 October. The Steelies are awarded in seven categories, two of which are new this year.
The campaign aims to increase consumer awareness of the benefits of steel beverage cans and to remind packaging producers that modern steel is an attractive alternative.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, 92 nations compete for 102 medals, with many athletes relying on high-performance steel to get results.