Our commitment is to give all Alstom employees and all people working under Alstom’s responsibility the best and safest working conditions everywhere in the world. This is a keystone of our CSR policy in the way we operate.
We aim to be recognized as the best Safety player in the Railway Industry.
- Achieving and sustaining Zero Severe Accidents
- Achieving an Injury Frequency Rate* at 1 in 2020
Our ambition concerns both Alstom employees and contractors and is supported by a 3-year strategic plan.
Our initiatives for occupational safety
Further strengthen our Safety Managerial Practices
- At all levels of the organization, safety objectives are deployed and progress regularly reviewed in business results reviews.
- Our managers are trained to deliver safety observation visits aiming at reinforcing safe behaviours and instilling a Positive Safety Culture within the organisation.
Common set of Safety processes and Standards within the Organization
- With the Alstom Zero Deviation Plan, we deploy a strict and common approach focused on the control of our most hazardous activities.
- We have in place a strong REX (Return of Experience) process to learn from any potentially severe accident/incident.
- We deploy a centrally managed audit plan to measure and treat any gap towards our internal standards
- On top of all regulatory trainings, we develop our own Safety learning initiatives specifically adapted to the target audience and to our risks (ex: “Day to day Risk Management”, “Railway Environment Safety risks”, etc.)
- We have strong requirements to improve Safety for Contractors
- We deploy internal communication initiatives to support our Safety Plan and promote Positive Safety Culture: local or global Safety Challenges, Health& Safety Days, etc.
- Our network of about 200 EHS professionals has close proximity with operations, is risk-focused and supports managers in achieving safety results.
(*) Number of lost time accidents/1.000.000 hours worked