Safety

At Dalkia, we understand that nothing is more important than the safety of our employees. They are our greatest asset. Their welfare is our first priority, along with that of subcontractors and customers.

A safety-centric culture

We see health and safety as primarily a state of mind: a set of reflexes and everyday practices that should be instinctive at every level of the company. Health and safety is about more than just principles and standards. It is the foundation on which we have built our business culture.

Dalkia during the Covid-19

Since the gradual lifting of lockdown measures, we have made every effort to carry out the missions entrusted to us, all while strictly complying with health protocols in order to protect the health of our employees, customers, subcontractors, and users.

 

We implement preventive actions to ensure the safety of work for our employees and people with whom they come into contact. All employees have access to personal protective equipment and have been trained on the principles of work in the pandemic , as summarized in the Guide about Self and Others Protection at Work

1 ambition: 0 accidents

Dalkia has pledged to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved in its business activities through its commitment to “zero accidents”. This is a goal shared with all employees through a new “Ambition Zero Accident” safety campaign. And because we believe that “when it comes to safety, later is too late”, this is a message we embody in all our facilities, work clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Information campaign on safety: Ambition – zero accidents

Safety training

Health and safety training courses account for nearly 50% of the training hours provided by Dalkia every year. All our employees receive training and information on relevant issues to ensure their own safety and that of others in all work environments, whether in offices or at sites, during construction or development projects.

Safety concerns us all. When it comes to safety, later is too late.