Going beyond the standards set by law, the ENGIE policy for the safety of facilities encourages risk management at every step: project design, operation, decommissioning and more.
ENGIE has established a new Health and Safety rule for its projects and acquisitions. The goal of Group Rule 09 is to help prevent accidents during the construction, operation, installation and decommissioning of a site. To do this, the Group uses a risk analysis process that begins with the project’s launch and continues through its conclusion. The process also analyzes risks related to service providers: calls for bids must include Health and Safety requirements to assess contractors.
The Group’s frame of reference for internal audits, called Income, integrated an industrial safety module in 2012. The tool covers all of the company’s risks and establishes mandatory audits. From now on, it will be paired with a self-evaluation system designed to help operations managers review the key elements of their management system for industrial safety.