Injunctions issued at Novo Nordisk construction site due to "significant risk of serious injury"

The Danish Working Environment Authority has found carcinogenic dust and substances as well as a lack of alarm, fire, rescue and first aid equipment at Novo Nordisk’s construction site in Kalundborg.
As Project Vice President at Novo Nordisk Engineering, NNE, Thomas Saabye (left) has overall responsibility for the entire construction site in Kalundborg, but he has a firm agreement with Novo Nordisk that NNE does not speak to the press. | Photo: Finn Frandsen/Ritzau Scanpix
As Project Vice President at Novo Nordisk Engineering, NNE, Thomas Saabye (left) has overall responsibility for the entire construction site in Kalundborg, but he has a firm agreement with Novo Nordisk that NNE does not speak to the press. | Photo: Finn Frandsen/Ritzau Scanpix

Since New Year, the Danish Working Environment Authority has visited Novo Nordisk’s construction site in Kalundborg 14 times, and has found conditions so bad that the authority even calls them life-threatening.

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