Our objective: ZERO ACCIDENTS!
The aim of all occupational safety activities is to identify potential risks early on and ensure that they are prevented by the company’s own employees and other appropriate persons.
Every single employee is obliged to comply with all applicable safety regulations in his day-to-day work in order to prevent accidents. There is a particular onus on management to actively ensure compliance.
All employees have a manual for reporting unsafe situations (MUS Manual). This calls on them to identify dangerous situations on building sites and report them as appropriate. This process is part of the risk analysis that involves all employees working on building sites.
Our corporate guidelines include environmental protection objectives. By paying special attention to these objectives, we not only avoid polluting the environment but also conserve resources and minimise risks.
Numerous aspects of efficient environmental protection are taken into account in our “SGU” (safety, health and environmental protection) management system, for example the use of effective systems and technologies and providing our employees with regular information and training.
Environmental protection is our joint responsibility!
Every employee is personally responsible for ensuring he does not cause any damage or unnecessary environmental pollution. We have a moral obligation to prevent any risk to the soil, water or air that is identified and/or to obtain the necessary support from experts for this purpose.