ESL Shipping invests in safety at work
(Posted on 14/05/18)
ESL Shipping, Bore and Finnlines have jointly invest in the development of occupational safety training. The development program is supported by the insurance company Alandia, who support projects aiming to improve occupational safety.
The target is to create an occupational health and safety training package consisting a familiarisation module for everybody giving a general understanding of the most important parts of occupational safety issues and related Finnish regulations and an expanded module for Occupational Safety Representatives and Managers, that would be available for self-studies. The aim of this package is to ensure that all onboard become aware of the cornerstones of the workplace safety and that all Occupational Safety Representatives and Managers get basic training in these matters.
ESL Shipping Ltd is the leading carrier of dry bulk cargoes in the Baltic region. Our main clients are the power generation, steel and chemical industries to whom we carry raw materials such as coal, iron ore and limestone. ESL Shipping Ltd has been in business close to 70 years and is a subsidiary of Aspo Plc.
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