Health and safety

Health and safety is a priority and a constant concern for Veolia in all its activities. Everywhere, we are committed to guaranteeing the physical and psychological integrity of our employees.
Improving prevention, accident analysis, social dialogue on health and safety are included in all the health, safety and working condition related agreements signed in the Group.

COMMITMENT

Ensuring a safe and healthy working environment
 

2020 OBJECTIVE 

This document sets out the key data on Veolia’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance.

Achieve an occupational accident frequency rate of less than or equal to 6.5.
The accident frequency rate is the number of accidents per million hours worked and is the Group’s preferred indicator.
 

2018 PERFORMANCE

The accident frequency rate (number of accidents per million hours worked) was 8.47 in 2018.
The severity rate (number of days lost per thousand hours worked) was 0.47.

In 2018, the number of employees trained in safety reached 99 403, and the number of bodies dedicated to or including the study of health and safety issues was 2004, as against 1935 in 2017.

The absentee rate (excluding maternity and paternity leave), which can be considered as an indicator of the social climate within the Group, remains relatively constant at 4.16% in 2018.

 

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Human Resources Initiatives 2019 (8.36 MB)