23. February 2022
Occupational safety and explosion protection in IVECO workshops
The use of climate-friendly fuels such as hydrogen, LNG and CNG poses new challenges for the operators of workshops in which modern vehicles with gaseous alternative drive concepts are repaired and serviced. As one of the leading suppliers of climate-friendly commercial vehicles, IVECO (Switzerland) AG not only fulfills its responsibility towards the climate, but also towards its own employees and customers. IVECO was the first Swiss company to implement explosion and occupational safety for all gas-powered vehicles in its workshops.
HINE was allowed to accompany IVECO in all phases of the project. From designing a suitable and attractively priced concept, to coordinating with the responsible official contact persons, training the IVECO employees to the technical implementation in the workshops – HINE and its experienced engineers successfully supervised the project in all phases. We are proud to have accompanied IVECO in this exciting task and are pleased that IVECO takes occupational safety so seriously.
If you also need serious advice in the areas of occupational safety and explosion protection, please contact us. We will surely help you further. Roger Krenger is at your disposal for further information.
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