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VINCI Energies strengthens its position on the renewable energy market by acquiring the IZEN group. It is a major player in Belgium and the Netherlands, specialized in engineering and installation of solar and other renewable systems.
VINCI Energies, through Actemium, its brand dedicated to industrial processes, offers its employees health & safety training courses with the aid of virtual reality. The realistic nature of the training courses means that workers are noticeably more aware of procedures and the hazards they may face on the job sites. The company offers a total of four VR modules, the very latest of which focuses on the risks that occur on the way to and from work.
Cegelec and Actemium have developed a safety-training programme using virtual reality. The efficient and effective system has been adapted and applied in a variety of business units within the VINCI Energies Group, and will soon be adapted among customers.
VINCI Energies Belgium is organising a new Safety Week from 6 to 10 May under the motto ‘Look / Warn / Share’. The focus is on colleagues who play an important role in the prevention of accidents at work. Using role plays and a new safety video, the employees of VINCI Energies will learn to deal even better with the daily dangerous situations in the workplace. In addition, several other workshops and activities are being organised.
Actemium & Cegelec gladly invite you to StocExpo 2019, from 26 to 28 March in Rotterdam. StocExpo is the largest international event for the tank terminal industry. Therefore, it takes place in het centre of the ARA region, the biggest oil & gas trading hub worldwide.
VINCI Energies Belgium is strengthening the position of its ICT brand Axians by taking over ICORDA, which focuses on the management of ICT network infrastructure and business applications.
In 2018, Actemium launched four interactive ‘Virtual Reality’ training courses to improve safety in the workplace. And more are to follow shortly. All business units in the Netherlands and Belgium can use them. Here with the vision of the initiators Mark Cosijn and Dirk Wuyts.