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Bayer Technology Services in Figures

0,19 is the number of recordable incidents leading to lost working time per 200,000 employee working hours (or Lost Time Recordable Incident Rate, LTRIR) reported at Bayer Technology Services in 2013.

0,19

is the number of recordable incidents leading to lost working time per 200,000 employee working hours (or Lost Time Recordable Incident Rate, LTRIR) reported at Bayer Technology Services in 2013. This number was even below the ambitious target of “under 0.22.” Last year’s global LTRIR for the entire Bayer group was 0.26, which was not only down on the previous year’s rate (0.27), but also the lowest ever. Clear evidence of the success of numerous safety campaigns at Bayer, including the annual Safety Day and regular instructions, such as the one shown here in Shanghai (photo).


0,0000000004 liters of a sample are enough for bioanalysts at Bayer Technology Services to determine relevant proteins.

0,0000000004

liters of a sample are enough for bioanalysts at Bayer Technology Services to determine relevant proteins. The protein pattern of biological samples can provide such important information as which enzymes and biological processes are active within a cell. This tiny amount of 0.4 billionth of a liter is equal to the contents of a few cells taken from body tissue, for example removed from a tumor. The protein profile in tumor cells (photo) can tell us something about the individual disease mechanisms – and help to identify the optimum treatment option (see alsothe articel "Everyone is different").


49 nationalities are represented among the global employees at Bayer Technology Services, a cultural balance that is equally reflected in the new colleagues joining the company.

49

nationalities are represented among the global employees at Bayer Technology Services, a cultural balance that is equally reflected in the new colleagues joining the company. The 108 men and women who started work in 2013 come from 20 different countries. Most of these were in the USA (36), followed by Germany (35) and China (26). The number of women joining the staff was almost one third at 31 percent. By the end of 2013, among the total workforce at Bayer Technology Services nearly one quarter (24 percent) were women. The percentage of women is particularly high in China, namely 35 percent of the 447 employees. Overall, the 2,300 colleagues at Bayer Technology Services are working at sites in ten countries (right).

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