Health and safety
The safety of individuals is a central concern of the ENGIE corporate project, which is endeavoring to reduce both the frequency rate and the severity rate of accidents, both for the Group’s employees and employees of our partner companies. Our ability to operate around the world safely and reliably is the basis of our operational excellence and our economic performance. This is why the Group has adopted a “zero fatal accidents” action plan and set a target of 3.7 as the maximum frequency rate.
Sharing safety for all is a priority everywhere. The “Our life-saving rules” are the cornerstone of our “zero fatal accidents” policy. We expect our suppliers to ensure that all personnel working on ENGIE sites are familiar with them and comply with them.
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Commercial activities are essential for the life of the Group, health and safety being an absolute priority for ENGIE.
Our ambition is for every employee, team leader, manager, etc. to take responsibility for his or her own health and safety as well as that of others.
In this respect, we have identified three permanent challenges for every individual:
- Ensure the protection of people and property
- Promote the quality of life at work
- Act professionally to improve health and safety
ENGIE is committed to achieving concrete objectives in eliminating fatal accidents linked to the Group’s activities, reducing the number of occupational accidents and constantly improving occupational health, notably by eliminating products containing substitutable toxic substances (particularly substances classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction).
The Group pays the closest attention to health and safety in the context of subcontracting – with regard to both the subcontractor’s personnel and third parties – through evaluations of risks and contractual obligations by our service provider and implementation of action plans.
Any example of risky behavior in any of our sites will be immediately reprimanded, and will be considered as an official warning. On the other hand, and in the spirit of our slogan, “Safer Together”, we welcome any opportunity to discuss any issue relating to health and safety with you. Please don’t hesitate to contact your Health & Safety coordinator.