Hubel wins “Healthy Workplace” award

Hubel, headquartered in Pechão (Olhão), was one of the companies awarded the Healthy Workplaces 2017 Award [Workplaces […]

Hubel, headquartered in Pechão (Olhão), was one of the companies distinguished with the Healthy Workplaces 2017 Award [Healthy Workplaces], promoted by the Portuguese Psychologists Association, taking 3rd place in the Small and Micro Enterprises category.

In this category, the Vila Mar Establishment was ranked 1st and Clínicas Leite ranked 2nd.

In the Large Companies category, the National Statistics Institute took 1st position, BorgWarner Emissions Systems 2nd and Climex 3rd, while the Local Health Unit of Baixo Alentejo EPE received an Honorable Mention.

In Medium Companies, the Institute of Sisters Hospitallers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (1st) and Philips (2nd) won.

Hubel has «more than 175 employees and operates in the Group's three business areas: Water Industry; Plant Nutrition and Productive Methods; Automation, Communication and Internet of Things'.

The award will be delivered to Hubel this Thursday, June 7th, at the company's headquarters, in Pechão (Olhão), by Teresa Espassandim, member of the board of the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses (OPP).

This award, promoted by the OPP, «aimed at encouraging and disseminating the best guidelines and practices in Portugal in terms of occupational safety, health and well-being», explains Hube in a note sent to the newsrooms.

The award is part of the partnership with EU-OSHA (European Agency for Safety and Health at Work) and ACT (Authority for Working Conditions), with the support of DGS (Directorate-General for Health), IEFP (Institute for Employment and Professional Training), AEP (Portuguese Business Association), CCP (Confederation of Commerce and Services of Portugal), CIP (Portuguese Business Confederation), UGT (General Union of Workers), CAP (Federation of Farmers of Portugal) and CTP (Confederation of Portuguese Tourism).

Healthy Workplaces 2017 is also sponsored by the Minister of Health, Adalberto Campos Fernandes, and by Vieira da Silva, Minister of Solidarity, Employment and Social Security.