Symaga announces factory management plan 2022
Published by Jessica Casey,
Recently, the company obtained ISO 45001 re-certification in Safety and Health at work. Symaga became is a safer and healthier place to work since the implementation of a new management system in 2018. Symaga is the first company certificated in 45001 in the Castilla La Mancha region, and since then has had 0 work accidents since the beginning of 2022.
Safety and Occupational Risk Prevention measures are included in the new factory management plan 2022, that oversees all actions in occupational risk, environment and quality. ISO 14001 will be re-certificated by the end of the year, as the company works to execute strengthening actions, such as the renewal of its forklift feet, in the months ahead. This year, 25% of the forklift feet is renewed, with electric and pashing the progressively internal combustion units. In addition, waste management is one of the main points to be stressed, as the objective is to increase the number of recycling points and improve separation with more paper containers. The company continues advancing the sustainable manufacturing of its silos, and in 2022, it increased green energy consumption: with a new photovoltaic solar energy plant installed in 2020, and set to double in size, Symaga is on track to get more than 50% of its energy consumption from clean, self-generation.
The company moves towards an Industry 4.0 principle. It begins the implementation of MES-SGA system linked to the ERP. Symaga’s goal is to improve factory control to get a more efficient management of raw material and finished product warehouse.
Symaga’s philosophy is one of continuous improvement. This factory management plan 2022 therefore helps the company achieves a safer, less contaminated and more efficient workplace, and thus attaining an improvement in the company´s competitiveness.
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