Our commitment to safety and risk management arises primarily from our desire to guarantee constant operational excellence. In that respect, safety has multiple aspects:
there is a moral duty and regulatory responsibility to safeguard people’s physical and moral integrity;
there is a need to protect assets – be they tangible, such as sites or structures, or intangible, such as our IT systems – against harm;
it helps ensure the continuity of economic activities;
it is a requirement for any sustainable development policy.
As a result, our concept of safety consists in controlling risks in three main areas:
safety in the workplace;
security and cybersecurity.
Our public service mission to meet your needs and expectations involves safety in the workplace, industrial safety and security/cybersecurity. Our safety process therefore focuses on two essential approaches: conforming with safety rules (the more we follow the rules, the higher our level of safety will be); the safety initiative, meaning developing the habit at all levels of the company of seeing safety as a criterion in any decision that is made.
To guarantee maximum safety, we work particularly hard to assess, anticipate and rank risks by order of severity. We also commit ourselves to achieving specific, clear, stated objectives. There are three of them, and they are Teréga’s safety motto: No accidents, No collisions, No surprises.