12 May 2022

steelTalks safety special series: Working at heights

Join our next steelTalks on 19 May at 14.00 UTC with 3M to find out about the unique challenges overhead cranes and gantries present when it comes to working safely at height.

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Steel Safety Day 2022 – Working at heights

Today is Steel Safety Day, an opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to safety and health. In this blog, worldsteel Head of Safety and Health Carlos Martinez discusses why we should prioritise working at heights safely.

Safely fall protection fundamentals
10 March 2022

Fall Protection Fundamentals - steelTalks safety special series

This webinar, the first in a series dedicated to fall protection and working at height, will build your understanding of and cover the basics of the topic.

The need for an evolution in safety and health

worldsteel and our members are actively working to enhance and evolve current culture and leadership practices in our industry. Find out more in our blog post on the subject.

worldsteel Safety and Health Recognition Programme 2021

As part of its commitment to the highest safety and health standards, worldsteel has recognised excellence in six of its member companies.

Steel Safety Day 2021

Today is Steel Safety Day. Steel Safety Day was set up to reinforce awareness of the five most common causes of safety incidents. This year we are focusing on preventing incidents resulting from moving machinery.

10 February 2021

Steel Safety Day: 28 April 2018

Today is Steel Safety Day. Achieving zero accidents is the steel industry's top priority. Steel Safety Day reinforces awareness of the five most common causes of safety incidents.

Steel Safety Day and Safety and Health Recognition 2020

Today is Steel Safety Day, a day to dedicate our attention to the industry’s most important priority. worldsteel has also chosen today to recognise safety and health excellence in seven of its member companies.

Steel Safety Day and the COVID-19 pandemic

Rightly managing COVID-19 has been getting a lot of attention in all our mills, but we need to remind ourselves constantly that all the 'conventional' safety and health risks are still there.