4 / 2024

Vexve’s occupational safety is top class

The Finnish Vision Zero Forum has once again granted occupational safety level classifications to its member workplaces, and we are proud that Vexve Finland has achieved the highest "1 – World leading" rating.

The Zero Accident Forum is a network of more than 550 companies committed to achieving and maintaining high level of safety and well-being at work. In this year's application round, 108 workplaces were recognised, of which 48 had zero accidents. Vexve was granted this highest, completely accident-free "1 – World leading" classification.

Safety at work has been one of our top priorities in recent years, and it is reflected in our day-to-day operations, factory premises and safety metrics. Safety observations are actively carried out in the production of Vexve's factories, and we are using them to develop our actions.

"We can be proud of our top rating, and it shows that our continuous work on safety at work is paying off. Our employees are very vigilant about the working environment and its potential hazards, which allows us to make the necessary changes quickly and ensure a safe environment," says Vexve’s HSEQ Manager Arttu Unkila.

We thank all our employees for their excellent work, which enables high ratings and ensures a safe working environment for all! Our international occupational safety team continues to pursue its objectives in Finland and at our factories in Czechia and Germany.

More information about Vision Zero classifications from the Finnish Institution of Occupational Health's website.

Vexve in brief

Vexve is the leading European provider of valve solutions for the energy sector and selected energy-intensive industries. The company is known for its superior product quality, the expertise of its personnel, and reliability as a partner. Vexve delivers its products to over 70 countries and employs over 700 people with factories in Finland, Czechia, Germany and China. Vexve aims to be the leading provider of mission-critical valve solutions in the transition to a low-carbon future.