Alstom Italy respects the cultures of local the communities with which it interacts and takes into account the interests of its different stakeholders.
Alstom Italy has given itself the ambition and the means to make a significant contribution to environmental protection through the systems, equipment and services it sells. Its core activities are focused on providing advanced technology and services to improve the management of natural resources, significantly reduce emissions and greenhouse gas effects and enhance the quality of life, while contributing to economic and social progress.
Alstom Italy also communicates information on the environmental impact of its products to its customers. Furthermore, Alstom Italy designs its equipment and manufacturing processes for minimum consumption of energy, eliminates hazardous products and favours materials that can be recycled.
Alstom Italia includes the environmental impact in the criteria for major decisions. At all manufacturing sites and offices, this impact is managed in line with the rules set out in the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) policy and covered by quarterly reports.
Health & Safety
Alstom Italy is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment at all its sites, offering the same high standards wherever it has operations. These standards are set out in the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) policy and apply to employees and sub-contractors working at Alstom Italy’s sites or under Alstom Italy’s supervision at customer sites.
Measures to offset any risk related to health and safety issues are applied at all sites and throughout projects. These measures are implemented in partnership with the relevant bodies and committees.
Alstom Italy adheres to “M’illumino di meno”, the yearly energy saving day promoted by a famous radio broadcast of RAI, Radio 2. The aim of the initiative is to sensitize for one day citizens, institutions and public and private companies about energy saving with simple actions.
Alstom Italy also adheres to “Kids at office”, the yearly initiative organized by “Il Corriere della Sera” daily newspaper, involving almost all sites in the Country and sensitizing employees’ children regarding responsible behaviours through animation activities, in cooperation with local no-profit organizations.
Alstom Italy, in cooperation with Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus (Food Bank), has organized an internal fundraising initiative inside its sites and has promoted the initiative “Lunch is served!” in its Bologna site, with the aim of buying a special equipment to be installed in the canteen able to allow food preservation. In this way, the uneaten food has been donated to the soup kitchen Mensa della Fraternità (30 meals donated daily).