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  • Über Kaba - Nachhaltigkeit
    exactly is being produced Kaba has a broad product portfolio the company designs produces and sells products ranging from access management systems locks and physical access systems to workforce management and access systems for hotels Different production sites focus on different products and each uses a different amount of energy depending on the type of manufacture Below you can read about just some of the energy saving measures taken Focusing on the compressed air system Sometimes it s the almost invisible things that make a big difference Guided by this idea Ilco Kaba s subsidiary in Rocky Mount North Carolina USA set about repairing various small leaks in its compressed air system Kaba produces around 360 million key blanks and 2 million cylinders every year at Rocky Mount primarily for the North American market A great deal of energy is used for melting extruding punching and stamping as well as for reprocessing the resulting scrap metal By sealing the leaks one of the air compressors that provides the system with a constant stream of compressed air can be put on stand by saving 420 MWh of electricity every year This is equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of 1 050 standard refrigerators The results inspired the local management team in Rocky Mount to continue with the approach in future a newly purchased ultrasound device will be used during routine checks to detect small leaks earlier so they can be repaired immediately The aim is to examine the entire compressed air system once a year According to Gary Morehart Director of Engineering at Ilco the compressed air system will continue to play a key role in its energy saving efforts As part of a project we are relocating our air compressors and planning to fit them with monitoring devices The recorded data will enable us to estimate how much energy we can save through potential system improvements Energy consumption analysis creates transparency What can be done to make production more energy efficient A detailed energy consumption analysis helped answer this question at the production facility run by Kaba s Silca subsidiary in Vittorio Veneto Italy The Vittorio Veneto site produces nearly 180 million key blanks and 10 000 key cutting machines for the global market Energy consumption analysis starts with the collection of vast amounts of data along the entire production process which is then passed on to a team of experts Once the data has been analyzed the expert team takes a closer look at the production facility one production line at a time Finally a catalogue of proposed measures is drawn up At Vittorio Veneto the proposals concentrate on improvements to the compressed air system and lighting The energy analysis also showed significant energy recovery potential in everyday maintenance activity Plans have already been developed to recover this Andrea Trevisan who is responsible for quality environment safety and energy at Silca in Vittorio Veneto sees the energy analysis and collaboration with the expert team as a very positive step

    Original URL path: http://www.kaba.sg/kaba/sustainability/631600-1313230/investing-in-energy-saving-measures.html (2016-01-16)
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    Collection B web 95 20 B web 95 40 Time and Attendance B web 93 20 B web 93 40 B web 93 60 Customer Segments Airports Applications Building access Automated boarding pass control Automated border crossing Self boarding VIP lounge access Air Land side access Customs exit Spectator terrace entrance Staff access Badge management Staff time recording Perimeter protection Access facilities After Sales Service Education Applications Building Entrances Lecture Rooms Library Laboratories Sports Centre Health Centre Admin Facilities Server Rooms Accommodation Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus ISO 14001 certification Sep 9 2015 Andrea Trevisan is responsible for quality the environment safety and energy at Kaba s subsidiary Silca in Vittorio Veneto Italy Around 400 employees work at the site producing almost 180 million key blanks every year as well as world leading key cutting machines Andrea Trevisan is a project manager in these areas and headed up the certification of Vittorio Veneto s production facilities under ISO 14001 which was achieved at the end of fiscal 2014 2015 The ISO 14001 standard sets out the globally applicable criteria for environmental management systems What goals have been achieved at the Vittorio Veneto production site in recent years in terms of the environment safety and energy use The most important objective was to build up a general sustainability culture a common culture in which all employees at all levels have a shared attitude to such subjects as safety at work environmental protection and energy conservation This allowed us to reduce the number of accidents and above all to reduce potential causes of accidents for our employees It also allowed us to exercise control over the numerous impacts that a modern metalworking operation like ours has on the environment These issues are now seen as key tools for Silca s business development What is your assessment of

    Original URL path: http://www.kaba.sg/kaba/sustainability/631600-1313218/iso-14001-certification.html (2016-01-16)
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  • Über Kaba - Nachhaltigkeit
    Segments Airports Applications Building access Automated boarding pass control Automated border crossing Self boarding VIP lounge access Air Land side access Customs exit Spectator terrace entrance Staff access Badge management Staff time recording Perimeter protection Access facilities After Sales Service Education Applications Building Entrances Lecture Rooms Library Laboratories Sports Centre Health Centre Admin Facilities Server Rooms Accommodation Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus Supplier Code of Conduct Update Focus on the value chain Sep 9 2015 Bernd Reisacher VP Group Procurement In recent years the role that suppliers play in the value chain has become an increasingly important focus of sustainability reporting Businesses often have little or no control over the conditions under which the materials components and services they buy on global supply markets are produced To counteract this more and more companies now work with a code of conduct for suppliers Kaba Group is one such company The aim of Kaba s Supplier Code of Conduct is to ensure that its corporate values are upheld and promoted right along the value chain The Code also explains to suppliers what Kaba expects of them and what the consequences of non compliance are At the end of fiscal 2013 2014 our production sites began to roll out the Code of Conduct to our most important A suppliers By the end of the last fiscal year 351 suppliers signed up to the code which is around 67 of the total Though it wasn t possible to reach our target of all A suppliers by the end of the 2014 2015 financial year we are confident of achieving this soon Bernd Reisacher is VP Group Procurement at Kaba Group Since May 2013 he has been responsible for Group wide procurement and in 2014 he developed the Code of Conduct for Suppliers How do you go about developing a

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    Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus The key to success post acquisition integration process Sep 9 2015 Historically the security industry has been very fragmented the five largest suppliers cover only about a quarter of the market but over recent years there has been a clear trend toward consolidation companies are buying up other companies and the industry is moving closer together Kaba is part of this trend Since 1 July 2011 the company has made six acquisitions and during the last fiscal year it decided to merge with Dorma Potential candidates for acquisition are subjected to careful examination and need to be a good fit with Kaba Kaba makes acquisitions on the basis of a clear list of criteria Possible candidates must for example fit into the company s strategic fabric or contribute a promising technology Candidates that qualify for serious consideration are then examined in every detail as part of a due diligence process They have to be a good fit with Kaba also with regard to social and environmental matters Weaknesses in these areas are shown up by a risk analysis undertaken prior to the acquisition and appropriate corrective measures are defined After the takeover these measures are implemented as part of the integration process This happened for example when Kaba took over a company that did not meet the statutory requirements for employees social security payments This was corrected after the takeover The integration process following a successful takeover is the absolute key to the long term success of an acquisition At Kaba this process tends to take between 12 and 18 months An integration manager supports the management team locally Action plans are developed together and implemented in all the relevant areas Bernhard Spring is Head of Group Projects at Kaba Group and in this role he supports projects that affect

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  • Über Kaba - Nachhaltigkeit
    Communication Software B web 96 00 B web 97 00 Mobile Application System Overview Shop Floor Data Collection B web 95 20 B web 95 40 Time and Attendance B web 93 20 B web 93 40 B web 93 60 Customer Segments Airports Applications Building access Automated boarding pass control Automated border crossing Self boarding VIP lounge access Air Land side access Customs exit Spectator terrace entrance Staff access Badge management Staff time recording Perimeter protection Access facilities After Sales Service Education Applications Building Entrances Lecture Rooms Library Laboratories Sports Centre Health Centre Admin Facilities Server Rooms Accommodation Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus YoungHeroes get a taste of working life at Kaba in Austria Mar 3 2015 The youngheroes with Dietmar Pfeiffer Managing Director of Kaba Austria Kaba Austria took part in the youngHeroes Day pilot project of Caritas the aid organization for people in need Kaba used this opportunity to scout for new talent and do some good at the same time Two school boys and one girl aged between 13 to 17 swapped a day in their classroom for a desk at Kaba to work in a company division they had chosen themselves In return Kaba donated 300 euro for children and young people in need in Caritas projects The youngHeroes Day was held on 28 January 2015 in Lower Austria with a total of seven participating schools in 36 companies Kaba took on three youngHeroes from schools in the region They gained their first working experiences in reception on the switchboard in finance controlling and also in the international order processing departments of the worldwide security group By donating 300 Euro Kaba is supporting children and young people in need in Caritas projects throughout the world Kaba warmed to the Caritas pilot project right away After all the youngHeroes Day offered

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  • About Kaba - Sustainability
    Staff time recording Perimeter protection Access facilities After Sales Service Education Applications Building Entrances Lecture Rooms Library Laboratories Sports Centre Health Centre Admin Facilities Server Rooms Accommodation Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus Propagating Kaba s standards Sep 12 2014 The Lanza company in Austria Kaba s products are manufactured from many different raw materials components and intermediate products which the company buys on the global market The aim is for all of these inputs to be made or extracted in line with the company s own ethical and environmental standards so in 2013 2014 Kaba formulated a Supplier Code of Conduct This ensures that the Kaba s standards and values are propagated along the supply chain Kaba buys raw materials including zinc steel and nickel silver on the global market to make components at its own production sites It also buys in ready made components from supplier markets including turned milled stamped and die cast parts as well as a wide range of electronic and electrical components These materials and components are used to make various Kaba products such as lock cylinders transponder keys hotel locks self boarding gates electronic access systems and hotel access solutions As Kaba s sales markets become increasingly globalized its manufacturing locations and the markets where it buys inputs are also become steadily more international Kaba currently invests approximately 40 percent of its revenues in purchasing materials and services Kaba believes it is important to spread its own ethical standards along the supply chain Consequences for sustainability These figures show just how important the supply chain and suppliers are to a company like Kaba This relationship has far reaching consequences for sustainability How can we be sure that the ethical standards Kaba sets itself are also being respected by suppliers How can Kaba ensure its products are made of materials

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    with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus Mutual enrichment Sep 12 2014 The Miriam workers and their team leader Thirteen people with intellectual disabilities currently work at Kaba in Montreal as part of an employment programme aimed at integrating them into working life Kaba benefits from the scheme because these employees are very motivated and help create a great team spirit in the workplace Howard who has autism joined Kaba in Montreal in 1990 as part of a special employment programme Today he has a permanent contract and it s hard to imagine day to day life at Kaba without him His story is a wonderful example of successful integration Kaba in Montreal has worked with Canadian organization Miriam Centre for many years The Centre s core role is to help people on the autism spectrum and with learning disabilities giving them lifelong prospects for growth by teaching skills that enable them to successfully participate in their community Through its Supported Employment Program the Miriam Centre arranges work placements for its clients so they can integrate themselves into the world of work in a way that suits their abilities and of course allows them to earn money Wage costs are split the employer pays half while the other half is covered by funding from government programmes Miriam s specialist staff evaluate employers carefully in advance help sensitize the company to the special nature of its role and then provide ongoing support as well as expert assistance when specific issues arise Details of the programme are negotiated with the human resources department which is how things started at Kaba too Team spirit in the workplace Employees with intellectual disabilities contribute greatly to cultural diversity within the workforce a quality that is greatly valued not just at Kaba Montreal but throughout the Kaba Group Kaba s involvement in the employment programme was originally prompted by a Kaba employee who had

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    B Certus Safe lock bolt works Defender 710 Defender 720 Defender 520 Defender 510 Defender 520S Defender Univers Defender 210 Defender Module Safe lock components accessories Accessories for locks and bolt works Blocking bolts Hinges Indirect drives Key guides Turnstiles barriers and revolving doors Half height Turnstile Full height turnstiles Sensor barrier gates Security revolving doors Security interlocks Tripod Barriers Accessories Workforce management Company information systems App development Apps B Communication Software B web 96 00 B web 97 00 Mobile Application System Overview Shop Floor Data Collection B web 95 20 B web 95 40 Time and Attendance B web 93 20 B web 93 40 B web 93 60 Customer Segments Airports Applications Building access Automated boarding pass control Automated border crossing Self boarding VIP lounge access Air Land side access Customs exit Spectator terrace entrance Staff access Badge management Staff time recording Perimeter protection Access facilities After Sales Service Education Applications Building Entrances Lecture Rooms Library Laboratories Sports Centre Health Centre Admin Facilities Server Rooms Accommodation Units Car Park Bicycle Compound Customised Solutions Student Presence Registration Dealing with Hazardous Substances Efficient Locker Management Increasing Staff Productivity Protection of Documents Emergency Exit Management Integrated Systems Security Requirements Safety Requirements Administrative Challenge A Conceptual Approach After Sales Service References Education Solutions Finance Healthcare Hotels Manufacturing Government MoD Rail Retail Paid entry solutions Stadium Leisure Utilities News Media Awards Achievements Exhibitions Events Press releases Security Update Archive Project feature Gardens by the bay Youth Olympic Games Kaba online Sales Support Videos and animations Digital door lock Electronic locks readers Evolo TouchGO Installation Operational Guides Downloads Access Control Digital Door Lock Kaba Evolo Kaba Elolegic Mechanical Components Safe Locks Physical access systems Finishes Terms Conditions Warranty Guarantee Kaba Partners Distributors Dealers Work Kaba Career Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Egypt Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Macao Hungary Indonesia Italy Japan Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Russia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Search term Start search Kaba Singapore The company Sustainability What we do Facts and Figures Focus Kaba brand Code of Conduct Green Policy Home Kaba Sustainability Focus An investment that pays off Mar 27 2014 How can we save energy in the production process Last fall the Kaba production site in Winston Salem NC USA converted to a more energy efficient system for generating compressed air As a result Kaba saves around 85 000 kWh of power every year This equates to the average annual consumption of eight American households Every year Kaba produces some 230 000 locks at its Winston Salem NC production site KWS Most of these are electronic and pushbutton locks for the North American market which are used primarily in government facilities administration buildings and also in hospitals and educational institutions Compressed air is used in almost every step of lock production die casting finishing and lock assembly to name a few Because compressed

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