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Another healthy step forward in CSR

Jan 19, 2017 Cimcorp Headquarter

Taking corporate social responsibility (CSR) seriously, we aim to benefit our stakeholders through responsible and sustainable business practices. We are therefore delighted to have added occupational health and safety certification to the Cimcorp Management System.

Cimcorp’s CSR is delivered through a self-regulated framework that is integrated within our business model and covers every organizational level and function to ensure ethical, responsible and sustainable business practices.

“We aim to benefit all our stakeholders, from employees to customers, as well as the communities in which we work.”

Miia Vironen
Cimcorp’s Director of QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety & Environment)

Corporate social responsibility consists of three core aspects – ecological, economic and social sustainability. The values and benefits are all interrelated and work in synergy. Cimcorp’s CSR is embedded in our organizational structures and processes, as well as in our products. By ‘doing the right thing, at the right time, in the right way’, this commitment is reflected in the quality of Cimcorp’s solutions.

The most recent addition to the Cimcorp Management System is the occupational health and safety certification, OHSAS 18001. The purpose of the program is to manage and reduce potential risks, and to provide optimal welfare for Cimcorp’s employees in the factory, the offices and at sites around the world.

In addition to our internal auditors, who investigate and report on issues and observations, third-party auditors undertake annual check-ups, ensuring unbiased and up-to-date health and safety standards.

Despite the newly acquired certification, Cimcorp has already been implementing these standards for some time. We provide health projects, safety walks, employee satisfaction surveys, risk assessments and general occupational healthcare, demonstrating that health and safety matters involve constant adaptation to the changing environment, norms and risks.