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Due to the nature of its business activities, guaranteeing optimal safety for its employees is a key issue for VINCI. Achieving zero accidents remains the Group’s priority in this area. Reiterated in VINCI’s Manifesto, the goal applies to all individuals – employees, temporary staff or subcontractors – working on a VINCI worksite or site under operation.

VINCI employee health and safety

Measures and action:
• Systems to ensure employee safety, including awareness raising campaigns, e-learning modules, training and support;
• Health and safety policy, procedure and internal audits;
• Trajeo’h, a system to redeploy employees who have suffered a workplace accident or illness;
• Continuous certification processes under way in the Group;
• Close involvement of company managers;
• Collective agreements on health and safety;· Alert mechanisms and processing reports;
• A network of employees working in health and safety roles, health and safety pivot clubs and in-house collaborative platforms.

Health and safety of temporary staff

Measures and action:
• Systems to ensure safety including awareness raising campaigns, training and assessments;
• Framework agreements with temporary employment agencies;
• Initiatives and assessments using questionnaires and improvement plans;
• Alert mechanisms and processing reports.

Health and safety of subcontractors

Measures and action:
• Agreements between Group companies and subcontractors;
• Publishing and circulating Subcontractor Relations Guidelines;
• Measures to assess the situation of subcontractors;
• Other action.

Key indicators

Lost-time workplace accident frequency rate, worldwide (VINCI employees): 5.32 in 2020 

Lost-time workplace accident severity rate (VINCI employees): 0.43 in 2020 

Percentage of Group companies with no lost-time workplace accidents: 75% in 2019

Lost-time workplace accident frequency rate = (number of lost-time workplace accidents x 1,000,000)/number of hours worked.
Lost-time workplace accident severity rate = (number of days lost due to workplace accidents x 1,000)/number of hours worked.

These indicators were verified with a reasonable level of assurance. Additional information is available on page 278 of 2020 VINCI Universal Registration Document

Last updated: 07/04/2021