ArcelorMittal wins worldsteel Safety and Health recognition 2016
The ArcelorMittal Luxembourg Maturity Projects defined and implemented in our site in Belval has been recognized by worldsteel association among five other steel companies for its excellence on delivering demonstrable improvements in safety and health for the sector’s employees. Launched in 2013 in the largest ArcelorMittal site in Luxembourg, the Maturity Project is the symbol of a successful cooperation across the teams at all level of the hierarchy in favor of our Journey to Zero Accident.
Thriving a Maturity Culture
Although all traditional safety measures were in place at ArcelorMittal’s Belval plant in Luxembourg, indicators showed that safety standards were slipping. The introduction of the ‘Maturity Project’ aimed to bring about an ambitious culture change at the plant to ensure the highest safety standards were at the forefront of everyday production processes.
Thank you to our dedicated health & safety team in #Luxembourg. Congratulations!!! #healthandsafety #pride #ilovesteel https://t.co/7aWON7YjUv— ArcelorMittal Lux (@ArcelorMittal_L) October 22, 2016
A large-scale leadership training programme was implemented to ensure that the plant leadership had the necessary technical knowledge and soft skills to empower staff.
The recognised companies were presented with a certificate at worldsteel-50 in Dubai. Photos can be accessed on the worldsteel Flickr site.