Company security procedure

Unwanted visitors, parties

Various have been taken to keep unwanted , malicious parties, and etc. out of our departments to adhere to :

  • The doors are kept closed; 
  • Visitors must report; 
  • Supervision by : unwanted visitor, unknown visitor will be noticed immediately when they are in the production departments; 
  • Everyone must address strangers and ask about the purpose of their presence and, if desired, inform of their presence.

will be screened as much as possible before hiring. It is clearly indicted where visitors should report.  There is also a visitor statement that must be signed. There is at this moment no extra from malicious parties. It goes without saying that we will continue to monitor this closely in the media and other sources. 

There is a iMIS Audit patrol monthly to assess whether it is possible to enter our premises unseen.

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