Health and Safety

ArcelorMittal is committed to becoming the safest steel and mining company in the world. At ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada, the health and safety of our employees and our subcontractors is of the utmost importance, and allows us to achieve this vision.

We believe that all workplace accidents can be avoided, and are actively pursuing the corporate-wide Journey to Zero program with an objective of zero incidents and zero fatalities.

At ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada, accident prevention is our primary concern in our business processes and industrial operations.

To meet this goal, our safety program includes the following activities:

  • Implementing corporate standard procedures for the prevention of major accidents
  • Abiding by the “10 golden rules”
  • Partnering with our subcontractors in health and safety management
  • Analyzing critical tasks
  • Coordinating daily observation of positive practices
  • “Shared Vigilance” program
  • OHSAS 18001 certification

We always choose the safest way – 2019 global health & safety video

All around the world, ArcelorMittal employees and their families work tirelessly for an accident-free and injury-free environment. Watch this video produced globally by ArcelorMittal and prepared as part of the annual World Day for Health and Safety on April 28th. This year, among the sequences from around the world, there are images shot by and with employees of ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada.

Our interactive video: David’s fate is in your hands

Want to find out if you are well aware of health and safety rules? Discover our interactive video where you will play the role of David, a fictitious mechanic who works in our Contrecoeur wire rod mill. You will have his fate in your hands: it will be up to you to act and make some decisions at various times during the video so that he can go home at the end of his day and play hockey with his son.

Health and Safety Experts

Our cameras recently filmed a group discussion with very special health & safety experts. Here is what they wanted to tell you about safety.

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