TRIMET respects the human rights of the local residents near their sites and is mindful of the need to use environmentally friendly processes and avoid any negative impact on the population.
TRIMET supports those who make an important contribution to our shared future with specific grants. One area of focus lies in help for children and young people. We support existing initiatives and projects whose aim is to give young people an interest in an education and a future in which they can show empathy toward their fellow humans, as well as open up opportunities for them to develop as individuals and create new spaces for experiences. This promotes new ways of thinking and constructive creativity. After all, these are the drivers of groundbreaking innovations that Germany needs to remain at the cutting edge.
The vocational training for refugees project is an initiative of TRIMET founder Heinz-Peter Schlüter and was born out of TRIMET’s self-conception as a family-owned company. The aim of the project is to make it easier for 66 refugees to start their lives in a completely foreign country and give them prospects in their new homeland. Besides the vocational training and the measures aimed at promoting integration, the program includes preparatory entry-level qualifications and internships as well as accompanying language courses and vocational studies. At present, 37 refugees are acquiring entry-level qualifications or working as trainees across various TRIMET locations. The project relies on the integrating power of industry. Industrial jobs give people from different social and cultural backgrounds long-term career prospects and enable them to lead a self-determined life in our society.