Lead batteries have safely powered the transportation, communication, security, logistics, medical, marine and aviation sectors for decades. The world entrusts 75 percent of its rechargeable energy storage needs to lead batteries.
The lead battery industry also sets the bar high for worker safety, striving to continually advance its practices to protect workers, communities and the environment.
The battery industry operates under extremely rigorous and extensive worker and environmental protection standards. The world trusts lead batteries to provide 75 percent of rechargeable battery capacity, including uses in vital industries such as public and private transportation, warehouse and industrial operations and critical communications equipment.
Manufacturers put occupational health first and meet strict environmental and workplace regulations. They consistently exceed occupational safety and health standards by providing progressive safety training, on-site hygiene facilities and modern safety equipment.