We take care of our people 2018-04-16T16:09:06+00:00

We take care of our people

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At Lala, the safety of our people is paramount, so we take a number of actions to guarantee that they always have the necessary resources and conditions to do their jobs safely.

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The U.S. National Safety Council, Nebraska Division, recognized our Omaha factory
as one of the safest factories in the state.

Lala is a very safe company, which I think is great, because it makes me feel more confident.
Fábrica Omaha

We have an Occupational Safety and Health Policy that mandates the elimination of all identified hazards and risks that might jeopardize our personnel, the places where they work, our communities and the environment. We are committed to continuous improvement and compliance with all laws and regulations at all times.

We also have a Zero Risk program, by which we work to eliminate unsafe conditions and prevent accidents in the workplace. Because of this, the facilities at Logística de Fábrica en Mexico City and Tecnopak in Ramos Arzipe achieved a record two years accident-free.

Mexico City plant, finished product warehouse and Veracruz raw materials plant, completing one, two and three years accident-free, respectively.

United States:

25% reduction in the accident rate vs. 2015


a 27% reduction in the accident rate vs. 2016

Central America:

a 43% reduction in incapacitating accidents in the second half of 2017 vs. the first half


a 35% reduction in the accident rate vs. 2015

Safety Committees in Mexico

Training in Occupational Safety and Health

In Mexico, we provided 163,973 hours of training in occupational safety and health.

Employees in Brazil underwent a combined 52,485 hours of safety training.

Our US factories have a robust safety training program in place.

We held 51 Safety Weeks at our factories, during which we trained personnel and held drills.

Our safety and health indicators are consistent with the parameters of the National Accident Rate Index of the Mexican Social Security Institute. Employees of our factories and distribution centers have collective bargaining agreements that incorporate security issues such as the use of emergency and protective equipment, uniforms, accident reports, and disciplinary measures for unsafe actions.