The key to a sustainable business
Security: a strategic driver for reinforcing Groupe ADF’s overall performance.
We are committed to conducting our activities in a responsible manner to protect the environment and the fields in which we operate. We protect the health and safety of our employees, partners, customers and surrounding populations.
Groupe ADF’s ambition is to become a leading industrial player with qualified and motivated staff capable of mastering all the risks associated with our services and the industrial environments in which we operate. This operational excellence is also the guarantee of greater reliability and overall efficiency.
Exemplary & Accountable
The Exemplary & Accountable initiative, launched in 2014, aims to strengthen the safety culture of all ADF employees and partners. It questions the ways each of us acts and thinks, through a collective awareness of the most significant risks.
It is based on:
- a visible commitment demonstrated by all managers and the essential involvement of employees,
- concrete day-to-day actions with regard to technical aspects and safety management.
This allows more room for action relating to human and organizational factors, a step that has become indispensable in sustainably promoting safer behaviour at Groupe ADF.
No job is worth risking your colleague, partner or your safety or life. By systematically adopting the 5 Essential Practices, you will help ensure a safe working environment.
This was the message shared and discussed by all employees during the first quarter of 2016.
Objective: to act with the personal conviction that this is the right way of doing things and to challenge situations in order to restore safety conditions, whether in the workplace, on the road, or in the home.
The Process of Appropriation of the 5 Essential Behaviors is actively supported by the Safety Meeting. The Safety Meeting involves the preventive observation of tasks with a view to reinforcing safe working practices and immediately correcting dangerous actions or conditions.
Over 700 Security Meetings were held in 2016, demonstrating the commitment of top management to fostering safe working practices.