Work­shops on coping with visu­al stress

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For all tho­se who regu­lar­ly work several hours a day at a com­pu­ter screen or have other spe­cial visu­al requi­re­ments at their work­place, the­re was a new offer at the begin­ning of the year as part of our work­place health pro­mo­ti­on pro­gram­me. In an online impul­se lec­tu­re, the almost 50 par­ti­ci­pants were made awa­re of the visu­al requi­re­ments at the work­place. In addi­ti­on to theo­re­ti­cal know­ledge about the visu­al pro­cess and pos­si­ble visu­al dis­or­ders, it was also about get­ting to know one’s own eyes bet­ter and set­ting up the work­place “eye-friend­ly”. Based on this, the­re were trai­ning ses­si­ons for all tho­se inte­res­ted with exer­ci­ses for eye rela­xa­ti­on and fur­ther tips for ever­y­day work. After a pro­fes­sio­nal assess­ment of various work­pla­ces with regard to ligh­t­ing, viewing distan­ces, dis­rup­ti­ve fac­tors and ergo­no­mics, some poten­ti­al for opti­mi­sa­ti­on was immedia­te­ly uncovered.

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Report on the Review Pro­cess published!

With the review pro­cess, the Tex­ti­le Part­ners­hip has deve­lo­ped its own imple­men­ta­ti­on stan­dard and repor­ting for­mat for due dili­gence. The reports of the last…

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Development of water consumption in m3

The high level of water consumption in production brings with it a corresponding volume of waste water. Compliance with the limit values from the Waste Water Ordinance is ensured by the indirect discharge permit. The daily control of the mixing and equalisation basin by our employees, as well as through the regular inspections by the responsible monitoring authorities, give us the necessary security.