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People are the key to our success!

Daicel Safety Systems Europe employs over 350 employees in ┼╗arów, all with different interests and values. The word “people” has special meaning for us, because we believe that people have endless potential. If we work as a team and use our knowledge and experience, we can accomplish our goal. We develop as people only when we can influence our mutual development. By acting jointly we can develop our strong will and courage in making decisions, we evolve through the interaction of our diverse personalities, we do the right thing and follow the right path.

That is why we believe in development! Only such an approach will enable us to propel and accelerate development of the company.

Discover your career with us and work in a multinational corporation!


Career Paths



Production Engineer

I’ve been working as a Production Engineer since 2011. My responsibilities include optimization of processes through analysis of the process parameters and proposing and implementing new solutions. Due to having new tasks it is not routine work. DSSE is a company that works worldwide. Working here has enabled me to increase my knowledge of Kaizen. Business trips to other plants all around the world have given me more experience. People in the company are always helpful and share their knowledge.



Technical Project Engineer

I was employed by DSSE in the first year of my studies in Mechanics and Machine Construction. This was my first job in this field. I started my career as a Junior Production Line Technician, then I was promoted to Specialist. After graduation I became an engineer. I have participated in the establishment of a new production line, NB. I have been to many business trips (to the USA, Thailand, Japan), which enabled me to broaden my knowledge to such an extent that I was able to fulfil my tasks independently. Among other things, I have led projects in machine construction, I’ve been responsible for the implementation of moulders and for the modernization of a production line. I’ve had the opportunity to commission the final machine project in Japan. In the Production Department I am responsible for new projects, modernization (I’ve been dealing with enhancing production lines, automation, and implementation).

Since April 2014 I have been working in a new position as a Technical Project Engineer. I am still responsible for new projects and moulding on the E2 production line. I provide support in 3D design and mechanics for current engineers.