Hilti products and technology that champion health and safety in the construction industry

Championing Health and Safety

Our products and technology to enhance health and safety in the construction industry

For over 75 years, Hilti has been championing health and safety in the construction industry. 

We understand how hazardous construction sites can be, whether you’re working at heights or in difficult-to-get-to corners. That's why we follow a well-defined Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) process along the development of new products. This not only keeps construction sites safer, but improves working comfort and overall productivity.

Our products are built to last and designed to withstand the harshest jobsite conditions. But they are also designed to protect the user and to improve working comfort. As well as products and technology, we also provide guidance, advice and industry training to help keep your construction sites safer and more productive.

When reviewing your own health and safety processes, we recommend following the "STOP Principle", which provides practical strategies to minimize the impact of challenges such as dust, vibration, kickback, risk of cuts and green building. Click the tabs at the top of the page for more info on each topic. 

Managing health and safety using the "STOP principle"

Substitution as a first step in the workflow of the "Stop principle"


Substitution is the elimination of the risk by using alternatives. By doing so the root cause of hazards can be avoided.

Technical protective measures as a second step in the workflow of the "Stop principle"


Technical measures are machinery, tools or technologies to help improve health and safety.

Organizational protective measures as a third step in the workflow of the "Stop principle"


Organizational measures are made possible due to different working methods and improved work organization.

Personal protective measures as a final step in the workflow of the "Stop principle"

Personal protection

Personal protective measures, which are needed where risks remain.

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