For the Ponticelli Frères Group, beyond being an absolute priority, Safety is deeply embedded in our DNA.
More than a priority, our DNA
We are convinced that our activities can be carried out without anyone getting hurt. “Zero accidentsʺ is certainly an ambitious target but one that can be achieved with a high level of personal and collective commitment.
Every day and at the heart of our decisions we place safety concerns above all other considerations. Individual commitments are strengthened by a genuine collective culture which promotes “mutual vigilance” and “positive safety” for our employees’ well-being and our clients’ satisfaction.
Safety is our first commitment. It is sincere and visible. It is a part of the Group’s history and it has many benefits. The first one is to make sure that an employee never has an accident throughout his/her entire career within the Group. We consider this as a guarantee for our clients, partners, sub-contractors and temporary staff and the best way to express our humanity and our professionalism. It also enables us to progress in other areas such as quality and economic performance.
ʺ2 Safety Hoursʺ
The Group’s employees are involved in improving prevention within the Group during the ʺ2 Safety Hoursʺ. Held since 2006, this yearly event is an important occasion on all locations and also involves clients, service providers and partners. The ʺ2 Safety Hoursʺ are an opportunity to present safety results to everyone and develop topics to think about concerning safety matters.
The Ponticelli Frères Group has associated quality, health, safety and security in a unique and integrated approach to continuous improvement. This policy is regularly revised in order to be constantly appropriate and relevant.
QHSE and CSR Policy
The PONTICELLI Frères Group has associated quality, safety, environment and social responsibility in a unique and integrated approach to continuous improvement. This policy is regularly revised in order to be constantly appropriate and relevant.
A 20% decrease in the number of accidents since 2016
Whether they be work or commuting accidents
Accident frequency rated divided by 40 in 40 years