Drive Systems, with its two brands Oerlikon Fairfield and Oerlikon Graziano,
worldwide provider of complete drive systems, gearing solutions and
transmission components, has celebrated Health, Safety and Environment (HSE ) days
by taking the opportunity to educate and reward workers at its India and
to a company statement, a series of initiatives has been designed to raise
awareness of safety in the workplace, which is indicative of the culture of
training and development that extends throughout the company.
is incredibly important to the Oerlikon group that its employees welcome
Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) issues and activities,” says Paolo Ramadori,
Chairman and CEO Oerlikon Grazianoo Group S.p.A., Head of Business Unit EMEAR
Oerlikon Drive Systems.
employers see HSE as preventative red tape, but it should be a way of making a
harmonious workplace that provides a rewarding and safe environment for
employees. Because of this, HSE days are taken very seriously and provide an
opportunity for not only highlighting areas that may require further
development, but rewarding departments and individuals that achieve exceptional
levels of safety and care,” he said.
wealth of initiatives have been implemented across Oerlikon Segment Drive
Systems plants in India and Italy, as the company continues to provide ongoing
training and development to ensure a unified working environment. A fire
training course is just one of the crucial elements involved in a series of
awareness of HSE through extensive employee interaction, including skits,
poster and slogan competitions, is designed to increase the consideration of
employees’ actions and potential impacts on other workers. Such activities are
representative of the Oerlikon group’s unified approach to business and
employee development. A blood donation scheme as part of National Safety Week
this year attracted 866 participants in India: a country which can benefit
immensely from such activities.
of excellence, innovation and leadership in levels of safety is a crucial part
of Oerlikon’s HSE activities,” continues Ramadori, adding, “We want such recognition
to inspire other employees to achieve exceptional results in what is becoming
an increasingly vital area of business operation.”
is a leading high-tech industrial group specialising in machine and plant
engineering. The company is a provider of innovative industrial solutions and
cutting-edge technologies for textile manufacturing, drive, vacuum, coating,
and advanced nanotechnology. A Swiss company with a tradition going back over
100 years, Oerlikon is a global player with around 13,000 employees at around
160 locations in 34 countries.
Drive Systems, with its brands Oerlikon Graziano and Oerlikon Fairfield, is a
leading worldwide provider of complete drive systems, gearing solutions and
transmission components, with a product portfolio providing transmissions for
high performance cars, complete solutions for all-wheel-drive vehicles and
agricultural tractors, as well as Torque-Hub planetary drives for industrial
machinery and off-highway mobile equipment.