KNARR Health Day
Health as a valuable resource
Our employees demonstrate their full commitment every day to continuously develop our company. That is why the health and well-being of our employees are particularly important.
Occupational health and safety are one of the most important and already firmly established pillars in the corporate policy of the KNARR Group. We attach great importance to the fact that our employees work in “healthy” workplaces. We continuously invest in ergonomic equipment, such as the switch to height-adjustable desks or large, modern screens in office workplaces, as well as lifting and carrying aids in production.
Occupational Health Management at KNARR
Another motivation to actively promote the health of our workforce results from the changing, modern world of work. The constant mechanisation, fast pace and the relocation of new communication technologies into all areas of life also present employees and employers with new challenges.
The first Health Day at KNARR provided the opportunity for all employees to take advantage of a wide range of personal health support and prevention offers.
In addition to lectures and advisory booths about nutrition and healthy breaks, the possibility of spinal screening and the measurement of back and abdominal muscles, vision and hearing tests, body mass analysis and a trial training session were also for “back fitness” available.
The colourful and varied program was rounded off by catering from the local organic shop in the form of a combination of classic fruit and vegetables together with inspiring alternative dishes and individual nutritional advice.
“Our health is our greatest asset. It is important that employers fulfil their responsibility and duty of care by supporting their employees in promoting and maintaining their health in the best possible way through various activities. We are delighted that the Health Day was so well received and are already planning further actions as part of company health management.” – Reinhard Felsen, safety officer.