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Sustainable Development program [NFPS]
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Progress as of Dec. 2020 At the end of 2019, BIC integrates its Health-Safety approach in the key departments of its new organization. In 2020, due to the health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the roll-out of the safety culture and implementation of the health-safety roadmaps proceeded more slowly than planned.
Issues and risks addressed (b) [NFPS Risk 4]: Risks related to the health and safety of team members.
Other factors: approach and performance
UN SDG (a)
By 2025, BIC aims for zero accidents across all operations.
The Group belongs to “Vision 0”, a program of the International Social Security Association. Every month, the factory Directors and their EH&S managers participate in a conference call to assess progress made and share feedback from experience. Launch of the construction of a centralized health-safety management system, following the creation in late 2019 of a Quality Director position in the Group Supply Chain (GSC) business unit. Formalization of the job descriptions for the EH&S “family” and roll-out in video form of the strategic vision for the skills of the EH&S network. Updating of the EH&S maturity reference system and its integration in the “production” maturity reference system. Definition and implementation in GSC of a centralized safety progress chart comprising four proactive safety indicators that make it possible to evaluate the actions taken rather than the results obtained. 50 accidents (-32%). • 1.63 On-site accident incidence rate ‒ BIC team • members and temporary employees. 0.07 Severity rate of on-site accidents ‒ per • thousand hours worked ‒ BIC teammembers. 62 sites with 0 accident. • .
UN Sustainable Development Goals. (a) Risks identified within the framework of the NFPS. (b)
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