ArcelorMittal Chatham reinforcement solutions

Corporate Responsibility

  • Accuracy

    From our premises on Chatham Docks and supported by by our in-house engineering, detailing and drawing service.
  • Detail

    From our premises on Chatham Docks and supported by by our in-house engineering, detailing and drawing service.
  • Safety

    From our premises on Chatham Docks and supported by by our in-house engineering, detailing and drawing service.

Health and Safety

As part of the ArcelorMittal group, Health and Safety is ArcelorMittal Chatham Reinforcement Solutions' number one priority.

What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

As part of the ArcelorMittal group, Health and Safety is ArcelorMittal Chatham Reinforcement Solutions' number one priority and we work vigorously towards the goal of zero accidents and injuries, through our Health and Safety improvement process called 'Journey to Zero'.

We strive to embed Health and Safety best practice into the culture of their organisation through a process of continuous improvement. The foundations of this process are our Health and Safety management systems, which are accredited to OHSAS 18001.

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Journey to zero

A database has been created for the H&S track record and trends where the particulars of lost-time injuries and injuries without lost time are entered including the number of days lost on account of an accident, based on which the severity rate is determined.

ArcelorMittal Chatham Reinforcement Solutions does not exist in isolation nor is its sole focus financial gain. They consider themselves to be an integral part of society, as an employer, producer and supplier of construction products and services and take a holistic and balanced approach to managing their social, environmental and economic impacts and responsibilities.

ArcelorMittal has also drawn up operating standards for the prevention of industrial accidents. The standards cover areas such as work at heights, work in confined spaces, housekeeping, crane transport, the system of work with contractors, and railway and road transport. An operating standard dealing with shop-floor audits and layered audits has also been issued. Its purpose is communication support, employee engagement and the checking of safety at work.