Ideas pave the way

Award ceremony for the award: Work – Safety – Health, Hanover/Germany (27.03.2009)

On 27th March 2009 the Mines and Quarries Employers’ Liability Insurance Association awarded the winners of the current sponsorship prizes Work-Safety-Health at the gallery of the Hanover Herrenhäuser Gärten. The event was attended by about 300 guests from politics, industry and society. Already for the 12th time ideas concerning industrial safety and health protection were rewarded.

 

The ideas competition for creative practical solutions to improve the work environment, endowed with 100 000 €, has developed into an attractive constant. Including this year’s award a total of almost 7000...

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