For many years committed to a safety mission, ORI Martin is well known for the importance it places on the care of its internal and external workers. Today, a continual emphasis is placed on training classes and plant investment to follow what we call: ‘the safety culture’. With years of effort in this area we have been able to prevent accidents and to protect the most important investment of all: our people.

To prevent accidents in the working plant we avoid elements that could become a risk to health. For this reason we never used lead in our operations and we eliminate from the operation and type of element such as asbestos and electrical components with PCB. We also carry out a check on the radioactivity of the scrap on arrival before the discharge, on the consteel, in the EAF area, and on the dust aspiration system.
The use of personal protective equipment supplied to operators (such as helmets, boots accident prevention gloves, visors, sound protection and accident prevention suits) increasingly technological and safe, led to the reduction of injuries and growth of safety culture.
All our employees are continually monitored by specialist doctors who constantly follow every single person in accordance with the national control institute.
Major investments have been carried out to upgrade all of the plant to conform to the new safety norms, to ensure the highest safety level.
A major emphasis placed on plant investments added to specialised training classes means that Ori Martin is always up-to-date with fire safety regulation norms. The actual fire prevention program includes: a fire detection network set up over all of the working plant, fire extinguishes localized in all key-points, a high pressure pipe water system all over the working plant and fixed extinguish point in high risk areas.


O.R.I. Martin S.p.A. has always considered its primary responsibility as being to ensure the health and safety of its employees, other workers, external collaborators at work as well as those who are at the Company, even occasionally.

Safety in the workplace translates to a policy of preventive and protective measures (technical, organizational and procedural) adopted by all employees, from the manager to the worker, in order to: 
> Reduce accidents and injuries at work,
> Reduce the possibility of occupational illnesses,
> Improve working conditions,
> Facilitate compliance with the provisions of current legislation on health and safety at work
> Ensure the improvement in performance of health and safety at work,
> Build and spread a culture of safety and prevention in the workplace,
> Increase the awareness, collaboration and motivation of workers towards creating health and safety at work.

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