13 June 2017

Bouygues Construction confirms health and safety as its priority. Target: "zero accidents"

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Bouygues Construction’s top priority is the health and safety of the teams who work on its construction sites. Aware of its responsibility, Bouygues Construction has decided to go one step further, introducing a standard based on 12 “basic rules” applied on all construction sites in all 80 countries where the Group is active. To mark its strong commitment, the Group is interrupting work today while it carries out an operation on an unparalleled scale: the World Health & Safety Day. Virtually all its construction sites will down tools for half a day so that employees and the personnel of partner companies – some 100,000 people in all – can be reminded of the Group’s health & safety priority and its drive to achieve “zero accidents”.