We provide working conditions that respect individual dignity in a healthy, safe and secure workplace that complies with the applicable health and safety regulations. Special care is given to pregnant women, mothers and disabled workers.
E-learning refresher courses are provided to all our people (current regulations on health and safety, risk prevention, what to do in case of emergencies or fire) that include a final test to evaluate the know-how acquired and brochures disseminated in the corporate intranets.
A Health and Safety Committee or Group Risk Prevention Unit is present in most of our companies, both responsible for risk assessment, monitoring, and managing issues relating to preventing risks and protecting employees' health in their work.
We assess the risks and identify the causes that can lead to work-related stress, and have established the following preventive measures:
- training courses and workshops;
- climate surveys;
- dedicated teams;
- overtime reduction;
- flexible working hours;
- property maintenance to ensure workplaces meet adequate safety levels to protect workers, making working conditions more comfortable, and increasing the efficiency and reliability of man-machine systems;
- annual monitoring of absenteeism caused by work-related stress.
Expenditure: health monitoring, classroom training for first aid and fire equipment officers, equipment for emergency teams, medical check-ups (eye, ergonomic and postural), measures for more comfortable working conditions, etc.
The data refer to the following countries: Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Spain and Switzerland.