[Le Réflex Industrie] Call to order, ArcelorMittal steelworks in Le Creusot

“When you enter the world of heavy industry, the risk is maximum and the danger everywhere: noise, high temperature, often hot, heavy and sharp metals … All this in an uninterrupted movement of trolleys and overhead cranes. working conditions are difficult. “Why take a risk?” recalls this banner. We could also have said: “Habit is the worst enemy of safety!”

Pascal Guittet – ArcelorMittal steelworks in Le Creusot (Saône-et-Loire) – September 2020

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A photographer for 30 years, Pascal joined the editorial staff of L’Usine Nouvelle in 2009 after working in the studio and in the specialized automotive press. It covers reports from the heart of factories, but also interviews and portraits of industry players. Since 2013, he has also been running this blog for which he received the 2013 professional press award for best web photo.


This section is a dive into the reality of the business world, through a series of price shots in the many reports made. He is also a videographer and sculptor. You can discover another aspect of his work on his personal site PG-Galerie.


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