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Case study: How Audi ensures occupational health and safety

As one of the leading car manufacturers worldwide, with production operations in 12 countries and more than 77,000 employees, Audi strives to be an attractive employer as employees, with their commitment, ideas and skills, are a key success factor for the company, in the face of global competition. As a consequence, ensuring occupational health and safety is a top priority for Audi  Tweet This!.


With occupational health and safety as a key consideration regarding its more than 77,000 employees, Audi strives to not only protect employees from work-related risks, implementing measures to prevent accidents, but also to safeguard employees’ health and wellbeing. In order to ensure occupational health and safety Audi took action to:

• design workplaces according to ergonomic standards

• raise employee awareness of occupational health and safety

• afeguard employees’ mental health

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Professionnel et technique
7 septembre
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