Our management systems
People are at the heart of Safran’s Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) management systems, which are based on continuous improvement.
Safran’s HSE policy draws on basic management principles, which focus on controlling risks, integrating health, safety and environment factors in management, measuring performance and sharing experience.
The Sustainable Development department coordinates a group of correspondents, who in turn oversee each company’s network of experts, HSE engineers, doctors, auditors, etc.. Present in each facility, they apply risk improvement actions and oversee personnel training and awareness improvement measures.
In 2012, Safran rolled out Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) guidelines across all Group sites. In addition to ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 requirements, the guidelines also include other specific requirements, divided into 27 areas or standards. The HSE guidelines apply to all Group sites worldwide. Based on standard-specific maturity grids, they facilitate the assessment of performance levels, or ’maturity levels’.
For each Group site and for all standards, Safran is aiming for a maturity level of 3 on a scale of 4.
- 2013.04.26 | Innovative Europe in action: TECH800 demonstration for future helicopter turboshaft engine
- 2013.04.23 | Safran enters into a definitive agreement for the purchase of the Rolls-Royce share of the joint RTM322 helicopter engine programme
- 2013.04.23 | Safran reports 9.5% revenue growth in first-quarter 2013 driven by strong civil aviation business
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