Our employees are committed to ensuring maximum safety performance levels from the design stage to project delivery on a daily basis and for all involved : our workforce, partners, local residents and users of our engineering structures.
Applying the 20 fundamental safety requirements
To become your preferred partner for health and safety issues in the workplace
100 % Safety means improving on the Zero Accidents target by achieving Zero Risks
Safety Force© designed by Eiffage Infrastructures is a smartphone app enabling safety performance to be measured in real time on all sites throughout the world, by assessing control of the 20 fundamental safety requirements. Eiffage Infrastructures' partners can take part in the evaluations and access the results.
Since its release in 2016, Safety Force® has received numerous awards, including the FNTP's Grand Trophy for Public Works, the SMABTP Excellence Trophy or the Special Jury Prize for the Data&Creativity Grand Prix.
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Maintaining physical and moral integrity, protecting the health of staff and third parties and guaranteeing their safety are basic requirements for the Group, as an ethical requirement but also to ensure performance.
Company reliability can be measured by the capacity to improve work processes. It is important to detect and act on weak signals before the first signs of failure.
The safety management system has been developed in Eiffage Infrastructure Branch's Safety Guide (Guide Prévention Sécurité) to meet International Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series OHSAS 18001 requirements.
Safety initiatives, and the responsibilities which come with them, are clearly defined at each management level. Our safety discipline process is applied on the basis of the rules of procedure and our 20 fundamental safety requirements.
All staff receive safety training, notably via the SMS (Safety Knowledge Control) programme set up by the company. Our certifying training courses deliver a non-transferrable passport on completion, specifying the employee's safety clearance level. These prior training courses have been extended on each site.
Project-specific risk analysis begins at the RFT stage. With the support of our design and engineering departments and technical divisions, it enables us to offer our clients the highest possible safety levels in all our production and works processes . Our safety programmes determine the safest possible worksite methods and conditions while preserving the comfort and best interests of public area users.
Over the last ten years, Eiffage Infrastructures has developed its ACCES protocol for prior assessment of chemical agents, with the aim of confirming the development and use of low-impact products.
To capitalize on the efficiency of our safety procedures, we have set up our know-how sharing platform "StandART Safety : safety according to the rules". The platform is continually enriched with feedback from our various experiences in the field.
All our employees are expected to contribute their expertise to the risk control process. Our many programmes ("Operation 1515", "Living my life in safety", "Safety video debriefing"), regional safety committees and company agreements signed with unions and other social partners (to minimize harsh or difficult working conditions , psychological risk and occupational hazards) underline the importance of social dialogue in our health and safety campaigns.
Our relationships with subcontractors (outsourcing, suppliers and service providers) include monitored and tested safety requirements. We have signed up to a number of safety procedures specific to our contracting authorities (the MASE, for example) via partnership charters or by taking part in the definition of safety specifications between professional organizations and institutional partners.
Eiffage Infrastructures is committed to preventing risks and promoting health and safety in our civil society as a whole, in the combat against HIV AIDS in Senegal for instance, or the provision of safety equipment for worksite integration projects in France.