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well-being of the people that use the laundry, as well as the safety of employees handling it. When JENSEN-GROUP machines leave the plant they have completed comprehensive risk assessment and evaluation processes that take into account anything that could pose a danger. This work has been accurately documented and saved in the technical dossier of each machine type. Integrating People and Processes JENSEN is a reliable partner in terms of safety – for large companies as well as locally operating laundries, such as the Grenzland laundry in Ahaus. In this process, the company is always ahead of industry trends and already develops safety components before they are made statu- tory requirements. However, safety is not only important for the machines themselves, but also during machine deliv- ery and commissioning: "thanks to parallel production we were able to maintain operation throughout the entire commissioning phase to fully prevent downtimes. Our customer was enthralled", Matthias Schrader reports. “People not only aim to earn money: they also expect a pleasant, safe place of work. This increases productivity, especially within the context of persons with disabilities. JENSEN is convinced that machine safety must go beyond statutory regulations and the company simultaneously works with an eye on the future to solve the issue of safety solutions and achieve levels of overall sustainability for each laundry. Last, but not least, investment reliability and success are paramount to laundry managers: "we need to live up to the challenges of the market and competition with top quality in terms of cleanliness and hygiene. We must not be too expensive. And we need to reliably keep to the deadlines." n 62 THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL DRYCLEANER & LAUNDERER JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER 2017 Ditmar Junk is convinced by the ergonomic and user-friendly feeding. A landmark of the region, Ahaus in the region of North Rhine-Westphalia, the lovely Ahaus Castle.
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