Safety week 2023

    For Colas, health and safety are a top priority with its two programs, OneSafety and Goal Zero. The Group’s aim is to reinforce a worldwide culture of health and safety. 
    Colas is committed to valuing its human capital. We actively work to provide exemplary working conditions for all our people, in which risks to their health and safety are kept to a minimum. Similarly, our approach to security and crisis management helps protect our workforce and the Group’s activities. At last, cyber security is also part of the fundamental foundation on which we must base all our actions within the company, as i guarantees the integrity of our systems.

    Consolidating the health and safety culture for all stakeholders

    Colas has set itself a “zero accident” target. The Group strives to develop a common culture across its entire network, with the roll-out of safety culture programs and the adoption, since 2020, of safety rules shared by all Group entities worldwide. Training and awareness modules and regular drills accompany the deployment of Group tools and procedures. Cybersecurity awareness campaigns take place on a regular basis, and mandatory training courses are attended by all Group employees.

    Safety week

    adjusting the safety and crisis management policy to global geopolitical changes, particularly in regions of tension and conflict

    Protecting our workforce and the Group’s activities from malicious acts is also a priority. We take steps to anticipate and safeguard against key risks as well as to respond to crisis situations.



    The Group Safety Rules were rolled out at all Colas locations worldwide during Safety Week 2020

    Key Figures

    • workplace accident frequency rate

    • road accident frequency rate where a colas vehicle is involved 

    • %

      of road accidents at Colas in France (2023 VS 1997) 

    • integration of road safety into the corporate culture at Colas