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.
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.
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.
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.
A webinar coorganised by worldsteel and 3M focused on the challenges around providing effective respiratory protection to employees in the steel industry. The video recording of the session is now available.
worldsteel has rescheduled Steel Safety Day from April to October 2020 to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 at steel-producing sites. Read more on our blog.
As part of its commitment to the highest safety and health standards, worldsteel recognises excellence in six of its member companies. Find out more about their programmes.
worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis describes the characteristics of a good safety leader and the critical issues surrounding the role.
With a month to go until Steel Safety Day, worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis explains why Process Safety Management should be taken seriously.