eSST luxembourg tells you its story

- What were you doing before eSST was born?

At the time, I was co-manager of an artisanal SME active in the field of stand construction for fairs. Our team consisted of 27 people with very diverse qualifications such as drivers, preparers, fitters, carpenters, electricians, decorators, graphic designers, interior architects, thus involving very diversified risks. However, at the Occupational Health and Safety level, we did not have an active policy. It was in 2014 that, together with my partner, we made the decision to get involved and I took my training as a designated worker.

Peter Manager & Designated Worker

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After more than ten years of work in occupational risk prevention in France, I decided in 2009 to join Luxembourg. I worked for two human resources firms, enabling me to develop an Occupational Health and Safety offer.

Eric OHS Consultant & Associate

- What is the added value of eSST on the market?

eSST has 3 complementary activities, consulting, training and software. We can thus intervene on the 3 levels and at all levels, according to the needs of our customers. The eSST monitoring tool enables us to structure our approach and transfer our knowledge to the customer. Our goal is to make occupational health and safety management in companies easy and accessible. Often neglected, it can have a very negative impact on the brand image, productivity and motivation of workers. But doing nothing also costs money! Finally, the company manager is also exposed to significant risks in terms of responsibility...

Peter Manager & Designated Worker

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A complementary team based on skills in engineering, OHS prevention, human resources, communication and also IT development. Our added value is based on the collaborative work we do with our designated colleagues in client organizations, and this allows us to have references both in companies and administrations.

Eric OHS Consultant & Associate

- Where do you think eSST will be in 5 years?

The market is very dynamic and an awareness on the part of company managers in terms of Safety and Health at Work is taking place. Certain sectors have an increased risk and are therefore more sensitive to it, e.g. construction, transport, hairdressers. Large companies or those with ISO certification are particularly demanding because they have to optimise their processes and document them. But despite the efforts and campaigns of the government e.g. Vision Zero, there is still a large number of companies that do not know their obligations or are afraid to comply with them, so there remains a great evangelization effort to be made...

Peter Manager & Designated Worker

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From the outset, we decided to position our services at an affordable price so that this would not be a handicap so that all organizations could access them. We will continue to listen to our customers so that eSST monitoring increasingly meets their constantly evolving expectations.

Eric OHS Consultant & Associate