Occupational Health Policy


PolyTech A/S focuses on the production of quality products that satisfy customer requirements and expectations.  

Occupational health and safety are an integral part of each working day and work continues on an ongoing basis to improve the work environment and safety.

Where technically and economically possible, PolyTech aims to create the best possible framework for a good physical and healthy work environment, by employing the best possible solutions and aids.

All activities will always be performed in compliance with relevant legislation and safety requirements and in accordance with PolyTech’s own internal guidelines.

PolyTech wishes to educate and motivate its employees to take an active part in work concerning the work environment.

At PolyTech, managers at all levels are responsible for ensuring that the desired safety and work environment are achieved within their respective areas.

In order to ensure the desired level of occupational health & safety the individual employee must assume responsibility for themselves and their colleagues and comply with work instructions, instruction manuals etc.

Employees and managers share a joint responsibility for a periodic dialogue through the Organisation of Local Social Dialogue (AMO) about the work environment and opportunities for its improvement.


At PolyTech, innovation and the company’s workforce are essential to the company’s success. The well-being of PolyTech's employees is thus of crucial importance to our success.

The objectives behind the company’s policy for Occupational health & safety are:

  • minimising workplace accidents and injuries.
  • avoiding work-related illness and sick leave.
  • establishing a safe framework for our employees.
  • that considerations of the work environment are included in new building work, alterations, etc. and that work is done in this context to improve the work environment through innovative solutions that are economically sound.
  • the involvement of work environment considerations when changes are made to working frameworks and organisation.
  • periodic assessment of the work environment, both within the Organisation of Local Social Dialogue (AMO) and in the everyday dialogue between manager and employee.
  • establishing well-being via communication, being good colleagues, social functions and varied working tasks to the greatest extent possible.



September 2017

Mads Kirkegaard


PolyTech A/S

Industrivej 37
DK-6740 Bramming