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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engagement | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | Work safety | South Africa is the African country most severely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Government and industry have taken a rigorous approach in responding to the pandemic. But that wasn’t enough for Brian Mashabela, so he decided to take action himself: At thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa the engineer designed t-shirts to help colleagues remember the coronarules.
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Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The numbers of new Corona infections are going down and countries across Europe are cautiously lifting the lockdown. But it will take time before everyone can return to work safely. At thyssenkrupp Berco, original equipment manufacturer of undercarriage components and systems for heavy machinery in Northern Italy, our colleagues have already started the transition back to work. How do they keep safe while ramping up their business?
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People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | When it comes to health in the workplace, Dr. Anja Berkenfeld is the first point of contact at thyssenkrupp. The Head of Occupational Safety & Health and specialist in internal medicine has been working for the group for more than 18 years. However, she does not only encounter running noses and cuts. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, condemning a global pandemic has become a major part of her daily work.
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thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | About two years ago, Acciai Speciali Terni Production Managers team were honoured for their successful campaign to promote occupational safety at the thyssenkrupp stainless steel mill Acciai Speciali Terni (AST). In times of increasing corona infections in Italy, the team now donated its prize money of 25,000 euros to the Santa Maria Hospital in the city of Terni, in southern Umbria. The donation enabled the purchase of a portable ultrasound machine for faster diagnosis of corona patients.
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Company | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The outbreak of the novel coronavirus imposed massive restrictions on our daily life. Countries around the globe are struggling with overwhelmed healthcare systems and in many places, life came to a halt. While the world was looking anxiously at China, observing the developments in the country, others already faced the pandemic. One of them was Thorsten Heidack, CEO of our plant technology business in China.
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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | IT departments around the world are working at full speed to ensure a fully functioning home office. Local colleagues are stepping in for those who are no longer able to travel to project locations from abroad. Others are taking on responsibility to keep those plants running that cannot be shut down or paused. COVID-19 greatly affected the way we work and taught us to be #strongertogether. We asked our employees: How does your working day look like during the pandemic and what challenges do you currently face?