PEOPLE - SPACE FOR QUALITY OF LIFE
In the field of social sustainability, three themes play a central role: product safety and well-being, working conditions and education and training.
PRODUCT SAFETY AND WELL-BEING
Textiles have an aesthetic, psychological effect on people, create privacy, influence the acoustic atmosphere of spaces and manage natural light.
Création Baumann is guided by the needs of users. Alongside the aesthetic effect of our products and their original function as privacy protection, we have systematically explored requirements and answered them with innovative solutions. The safety of our products and the absence of harmful substances are integral parts of our quality concept.
Important are the following focal points: Product function, Product safety, Products free from harmful substances Product certification
We aim to increase the proportion of products that are certified in accordance with the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 from around 60 percent today to 100 percent by 2023.
Architecture studio ahrens & grabenhorst architekten, 2014, Hannover, Germany - improved room acoustics with textiles by Création Baumann
Création Baumann upholds the values of a family business. We advocate a corporate culture shaped by openness, transparency, respect and trust.
Création Baumann wants to be an attractive and progressive employer long into the future. We actively strive to create a modern working environment in which we ensure the health of our staff and uphold human rights throughout the supply chain.
Important are the following focal points: Working environment and atmosphere, Terms of employment and social benefits, Health, safety and well-being, Human rights and equal opportunities as well as Supplier improvements
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Through the targeted promotion of professional development, we boost the motivation and commitment of our employees.
Création Baumann is deeply aware of the importance of continuous staff training and education. We constantly train young people to become dedicated specialists, support employees to hone their skills and implement personnel development concepts to retain knowledge within the company.
Important are the following focal points: Vocational training, Professional development, Succession planning and Sustainability know-how
Kirthika Gunaseelan, Apprentice textile technologist, weaving mill
Thomas Bachmann, Head of production planning, – from apprentice to manager