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Our company’s journey and that of our employees’ is very important to us. We proud of our culture and achievements and share just some of these stories here. Be inspired by the innovations, activities and people that motivate and challenge us every day.
Essity’s Bowling Green manufacturing location recently held a check presentation event with the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana.During the presentation, four employees, officially donated to the Alzheimer's Association the $1,000 prize they earned after meeting a series of goals in Essity's year-long Safety Index Program.
Two peregrine falcons hatched this May in one of Essity’s nesting boxes. And we are happy to announce that our returning falcon, Thor, and his new mate, Victory, are proud parents of two female eyass!
Today, Essity, a global hygiene and health company with North American headquarters in Philadelphia, and the United Nations’ entity Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) launched the sixth edition of the Hygiene and Health Report.
Essity, one of the world’s leading hygiene and health companies, announced that it will expand its partnership with Silicon Valley’s Plug and Play.
From November 8 until January 21 Fotografiska museum in Stockholm will feature the exhibition Hygiene – A Circle of Life. The exhibition is part of a long-term partnership between Essity and Fotografiska, which aims to highlight how hygiene and health affect people’s well-being, and to make the challenges and taboos surrounding hygiene and health more visible.
The World Health Assembly (WHA) is the world's highest health policy setting body. Its main tasks are to decide major public health policy questions, approve the World Health Organization’s work programme and budget, and elect its Director General. Together with our UN partner WSSCC and Wateraid, Essity hosted an event focusing on “Hygiene and Health throughout the Life Course”.
Essity announced today that it has been awarded a contract by NASA to design the next-generation JOBST® compression orthostatic intolerance garment (OIG) for potential use on future Orion human deep-space missions. Post-spaceflight orthostatic intolerance is the inability to stand upright without experiencing a rapid heart rate, low blood pressure, lightheadedness or feeling faint upon return to Earth.