Every year, we hold a health and safety day across the company – a key date in the ArcelorMittal calendar. ArcelorMittal Differdange had every reason to prepare for its health an...

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When the scientists at CERN announced recently that they had successfully implemented the first collision in the Large Hadron Collider, it was big news for CERN, Europe and also fo...

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A fire in the Kedougou region of Senegal engulfed the village of Tenkoto. Three people died, 7,000 were injured or made homeless, and 400 huts were destroyed. The local community w...

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In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the ArcelorMittal Foundation funded emergency relief and reconstruction work. To make an immediate contribution, we offered our su...

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On 5 January 2010, ArcelorMittal Mines Canada awarded Captain James Augustine, commander of the BW Arctic, the traditional 'iron-headed cane' for being the first transatlantic ore ...

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A deadly earthquake with a magnitude of 8.0 hit Sichuan in China in May 2008, killing around 68,000 people. To mark a new start a year after the earthquake, 2,000 Chinese children ...

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Steel has not traditionally been a "female" industry. However, as with other industries, things are changing: it is not unusual now to see women mill operators, miners or...

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Just before Christmas 2008, one of our colleagues from Le Creusot rolling mill in France suffered a mild heart attack during the night shift. Thanks to the defibrillators set up ac...

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29.01.2009

Destination dream

Imagine a world in which your imagination would have no limits – the Dream Island can make this possible. The Dream Island is a project for children affected by cancer; it is des...

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Sunday 11 January 2009 marked the first anniversary of the tragic accident at ArcelorMittal's Abayskaya mine in Kazakhstan. It is important that we remember the 30 victims and the ...

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