Bringing a zero-accident future on board is a Fincantieri priority objective. Protecting health and safety at work is more than a slogan, it must translate into actions. In 12 years, we have reduced the accident frequency index of our employees by 77 per cent and accident severity index by 60 per cent. But our objective is more ambitious – to reach zero-accident.
For the World Day for Health and Safety at Work, Fincantieri will launch the “#safetyonboard” programme. It is a communication project based on posters, digital signage and experiential activities on construction sites. The objective is to actively involve workers, raise their awareness of the importance of closing the last mile gap together.
“The initiatives implemented to date, supported by the corporate organisations as part of widespread and consolidated organisational processes, reduced the number of accidents and achieved the Fincantieri objectives included in the 2018-2022 Sustainability Plan, i.e., lowering the severity index by 15 per cent and frequency index by five per cent, compared to 2017. We want to continue in this direction to spread a safety culture within the Group.”
Luciano Sale - Executive Vice President Human Resources and Real Estate