Vision of safety shared at all levels of the organisation through exemplariness, visibility, co-operation and team spirit. The safety leader is present in the field, listens and communicates effectively and encourages employees’ safety initiatives.
Negotiated criteria and courses of action which allow the recognition and reproval of safety behaviours.
Active and vigilant attitude in the identification and diagnosis of anomalies, changes and alterations in the production process.
Trust in reporting
Our employees report any dysfunctions that could affect safety, as well as near misses, incidents and accidents.
Sense of vulnerability
Attitude of the organisation's members to risk: critical sense, commitment to continuous improvement and non-conformity with the measures taken to avoid major accidents.
Reporting of actions undertaken, directives, data, improvement projects and corrective actions. Active participation and communication are encouraged.
An organisation that learns
Lessons learned outside and inside the Company are known by the members of the organisation and are embedded in our directives. The organisation has methods for preventing the loss of knowledge.
With the results obtained during these evaluations, we develop improvement plans, whose associated actions and the evaluation of their effectiveness contribute to continuous improvement.
Our assessment methodology also analyzes the degree of maturity of the Safety Culture in the different facilities or business units through: