Putting your safety first
Acting correctly in the event of an emergency
The German Hazardous Incident Ordinance (§ 11) lays down the requirements that industrial plants have to meet to avoid specified incidents, or limit their implications, by taking technical and organisational measures. Some of the plants in operation at Gersthofen Industrial Park handle relevant volumes of hazardous goods and are therefore subject to the requirements of the Hazardous Incident Ordinance. In view of this, we inform the general public about safety measures, as well as about appropriate conduct in the event of accidents or other events.
Our Hazardous Incident Brochure sets out various scenarios and describes how you should act if such scenarios arise. Please consider this information as part of our safety precautions. This information has been published by those companies operating plants at Gersthofen Industrial Park which are subject to the requirements of § 11 of the German Hazardous Incident Ordinance together with MVV Industriepark Gersthofen GmbH.
We have also provided a summary of the most important rules in four languages: English, Italian, Turkish and Croatian.
Enhancing safety with annual inspections
In addition to our updated brochure, we hereby announce the dates of the most recent hazardous incident inspections performed pursuant to Annex V, Section 1, No. 6 of the German Hazardous Incident Ordinance (the dates stated refer to the most recent inspections at the companies listed).
|Company at Gersthofen Industrial Park||Date of most recent inspection|
|Clariant Plastics & Coatings (Deutschland) GmbH||03.07.2019|
|Indorama Ventures Polymers Germany GmbH||26.03.2019|
|Infraserv Logistics GmbH||18.05.2019|
The following basic rules apply for employees and visitors at Gersthofen Industrial Park:
- No smoking
- No alcohol
- No mobile telephony in ex-areas
- No photography
- No fire or naked flames
- Speed limit of 30 km/h
- No pets
- Rail traffic has right of way
Visitors to the industrial park are given an explanation of the most important rules of conduct relating to plant safety. Please set aside around ten minutes for this.