Emergency first aid and occupational safety card training for employees
Each and every occupational accident is one too many. If we aim to a situation where we have zero occupational accidents, we will have to focus even more on preventative measures.
The emergency first aid courses were given by members of the Finnish Red Cross. Participants were trained in how to act in case of an emergency, how to perform CPR and how to handle a person who is unconscious.
Occupational safety card training in turn was provided by Uudenmaan Koulutuskeskus Oy, which provided participants with comprehensive information about the dangers in the work environment and occupational safety. The course included theory, practical exercises and an exam.
“After passing the exam, participants were awarded an occupational safety card that is valid for 5 years. Many of our customers and partners require us to have valid occupational safety cards", says Tor Edgren, Head of Corporate Responsibility at the Algol Group.
Algol’s WhistleB feedback channel is now open also outside the company
The Whistleblowing service channel is an early warning system to reduce the risks associated with abuse. It is an important tool for us to maintain the trust of our customers and other stakeholders.Read more
Results of stakeholder survey reinforce the importance of responsibility
The importance of safety in both society and business is constantly being emphasised. In addition to product safety, supply chain traceability is becoming increasingly important to customers. They are also key components of corporate risk management.Read more
Algol supports renovation of Olympic Stadium in Helsinki
Algol has made a donation to the Stadium Foundation to support the project, which will enable major events to be held at the Olympic Stadium in the future. In recognition of this support, Algol’s name will be inscribed in the wall of the stadium.Read more