Roth family business helps to contain the corona pandemicDautphetal. Roth Industries of Dautphetal is committed to contain the Corona pandemic. With a donation of 12,000 mouth and nose protection masks, also known as surgical masks, the family-owned company supports old people's homes and nursing homes as well as outpatient care services in the hinterland. In addition, Roth is donating 400 respiratory protection masks for medical personnel dealing with the corona virus. They are certified as FFP2 (Filtering Facepiece 2). Five Roth service boxes round off the donation. They are suitable for the hygienic and safe disposal of worn protective equipment when treating Covid-19 patients.
Apprentices at Roth Industries receive their trade proficiency certificates
Dautphetal.Five apprentices have successfully completed their training at the Roth Industries Group. At a graduation ceremony, Management member Claus-Hinrich Roth and Head of HR Michael Donges presented trade proficiency certificates and bonuses of €350 in recognition of their achievements. They congratulated the newly qualified specialists on their success.
More practical relevance in training with Roth "Smart Factory"Trainees receive additional qualification
Dautphetal. To prepare the trainees for the modern working world, Roth Industries developed the "Smart Factory" project. The digitalisation of work processes in companies as well as digital applications in production (Industry 4.0) are developing, in part rapidly. Keeping pace with this is a great challenge for skilled workers. "That's why it is important to raise awareness as early as the training stage to develop one's own skills at the same time as technological progress," explained Michael Donges, head of human resources at the Roth family business. "In order to train the new digital working methods and apply them with practical relevance, we have created an innovative training concept with Smart Factory. In addition, our trainees experience at first hand what autonomous cross-departmental work means and how their skills grow through self-organised learning", Michael Donges continued.