METKA GROUP | ANNUAL REPORT 2014 - page 14-15

Human Resources
Human resources are a decisive factor for METKA in attaining its
business goals and strategic vision. They are considered a driving
force towards the optimal operation and sustainable development of
the company.
In a rapidly evolving environment, with economic, technological and
cultural changes, METKA invests in human capital on a continuous
basis. Great emphasis is given in the recruitment and retention of
competent professionals, by creating and maintaining an optimal,
secure and stable working environment, providing competitive
compensation and benefit schemes and by offering equal training and
development opportunities.
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Our People
Driven by the ongoing expansion of the
company’s international activities and the
new projects undertaken, METKA shows a
steady increase in personnel recruitment
during the last years, aiming to keep its high
performance levels. The group now has
approximately 1,000 employees worldwide,
representing a deep pool of talent of people
from different backgrounds and origins.
Workplace Health & Safety
In full compliance with the applicable National
Legislation and the relevant International
Regulations and Standards, METKA gives
great emphasis to Health and Safety issues
and takes all the appropriate measures
required to ensure a healthy and safe
environment for its employees, as well as for
its associates and for visitors to its facilities.
The Occupational Health and Safety
Management System applied by METKA has
been certified since 2005, in accordance with
the OHSAS 18001 International Standard, and
it is continuously improved given the rapidly
evolving needs of the company.
Moreover, the company invests systematically
in the implementation of modern, up-to-date
methods for identifying, assessing, preventing
and eliminating hazards.
METKA has given particular emphasis to
Workplace Health & Safety issues, aiming to
achieve outstanding performance and meet
the target of “ZERO ACCIDENTS”.
METKA invests systematically in the
implementation of modern, up-to-date methods
for identifying, assessing, preventing and
eliminating hazards
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