Monthly Archives: December 2013

Danke – Thank you

Danke (meaning thank you) is probably the word I said most in the last few months to all the colleagues that were engaged in the cake baking project and Christmas celebration day at the “Kids and Youth Village Seckach.”

It all started in the summer when my colleagues from Hungary told us about the cake contest in Budapest. We thought we could do something similar and decided to donate the money to the Kids and Youth Village Seckach, home to 180 kids in need from three to 18 years in age. We called the head of the social institution, shared our ideas and already started some planning. By that time we did not dream of…

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About Walk the Line – Creativity and fun helps all of us connect to safety

At Celanese we strive to operate responsibly to make a positive impact on our communities and the lives of those with whom we work. Considering the high number of impressive videos, Cangrejera was one of four winners selected for their exceptional creativity.

The KeepSafe team is proud to continue our blog series with the Cangrejera site. Their video is impressive, integrating more than 2,000 hand drawn pictures! This video not only underlines the creative talent we have at Celanese, but is a fun way to…

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What does KeepSafe mean to you? Video contest blog series showcases stories behind winning entries

Working safely at Celanese is an essential personal commitment and value that ensures we keep ourselves, families and communities safe on and off the job. The Celanese safety identity, KeepSafe, was created with this in mind. We embrace safety as a personal responsibility to ourselves and our coworkers because everyone’s life is valuable and our families count on us to return home safe-every day.

Earlier this year we asked employees to participate in a fun…

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Think Pink 14. Race for the Cure in Frankfurt

When I got sick in 2010, I decided to participate in the annual Race for the Cure in Frankfurt. For health reasons, it unfortunately never actually happened. So it makes me that much happier that Celanese accepted my idea last year of letting employees participate in this event this year.

This year I was fit enough to run and I had a great time. The weather, the people and the atmosphere…

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