Safety inspections

Ejendals’ safety concept includes joining customers on a safety inspection of their place of business. We look at the working environment and what appropriate protection for hands and feet the employees need. This is an exciting process, and it often results in new knowledge for us that we can incorporate into our product development later on. Another safety inspection is necessary if working conditions have changed, or if, for example, employees work with new materials and procedures. Through inspections, we are able to ensure customers that they have the product range their business requires. 

Ejendals' safety inspections cover the complete plant according to the Ejendals method with the aim to:

  • Optimise hand and foot protection
  • Reduce injuries
  • Identify potential savings
  • Follow up on savings
  • Fulfil our committment to offer technical support and service on a local, regional and central level

What a safety inspection consists of:

  • Presentation meeting
  • Safety inspection
  • Tests
  • Evaluation tests
  • Report
  • Follow-up meeting
  • Proposal for optimised product range
  • New safety inspection (at intervals of one to two years)