Achmea, Divisie Zorg & Gezondheid | AHG | ArcelorMittal | BASF | Bertelsmann | DENSO | Deutsche Post | Eni | E.ON | Ford | MOL | MTU | Scania | Siemens | Stora Enso | ThyssenKrupp | Unilever | Vattenfall 


Healthy Enterprises in a Healthy Europe

At present, 23 enterprises from 8 countries and different branches of industry together form the Enterprise for Health (EfH) network.

Their experience reports show:

As diverse as the members are, all the more varied are the strategies and methods with which a corporate culture based on partnership and a company health policy are experienced and developed in the enterprises.


ArcelorMittal is characterised less by a long history than by the diversity of cultures - a task for the human resources policy.


According to our company guidelines, we are committed towards people and the environment. At BASF, economic considerations do not take priority over safety and health issues and environmental protection.




DENSO's philosophy describes the company focus on creating values for the future. Their most important assets are their employees to achieve this goal.


Deutsche Post
The company´s success of Deutsche Post is based to a great extent on the dedication of the employees - healthy, fit employees are therefore the deciding factor in the global competition for markets and customers.


Eni S.p.A.
Health promotion is one of Eni's primary commitments, aimed at strengthening the well-being and value of its people.


In view of the changing competitive situation on national and European markets E.ON is backing a staff-oriented corporate culture.


The multicultural diversity in the workforce is perceived at Ford as one of the strengths of the company. Diversity has therefore been one of the cornerstones of the global corporate culture for many years.


The health and safety of the employees are the basis of all global activities of MTU Aero Engines. Promoting them is part of corporate culture and is expression of the responsibility towards people and the company.


Stora Enso
After its merger the forest industry giant Stora Enso did not want to start barking up the wrong tree. The overall performance was improved and co-operation within the company was streamlined by focusing on corporate culture.


The health and safety of the workforce is a core priority of Unilever. The company applies the same standards at all offices and factories across the world.



Achmea, Divisie Zorg & Gezondheid


AHG Allgemeine Hospitalgesellschaft


MOL Group




Siemens AG


Vattenfall Europe AG


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