Thu 28 Apr 2022

Because CIS plays a central role in the wellbeing of thousands of workers around the world, the Group is committed to operational excellence for all customers.

Health and safety is a fundamental principle for CIS, and the continuous pursuit of “zero incidents” is therefore a top priority.

Establishing a positive health and safety culture

For this World Day for Safety and Health at Work, on the theme of "Acting together to create a positive safety and health culture", CIS is raising awareness among all its employees in the field. I

n Brazil, our QHSE teams have organized a general awareness campaign on the importance of a health and safety culture in the workplace.

In the DRC, our teams took the opportunity to organize a time of exchange in order to anticipate, prepare and respond to crises.

In Cameroon, first aid training was offered to some thirty employees to learn the correct actions in case of a medical emergency.

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Supporting our employees in developing their culture of excellence is fundamental to the Group.

2021 saw CIS Chad celebrate a record 16 years without a lost-time injury (LTI) at the Komé 5 site, with more than 13.8 million hours of work completed without an LTI.

CIS’s Mauritanian subsidiary also recently celebrated 10 million hours without an LTI in April 2022, thanks to the commitment of its teams to limit the risk of accidents.

As a reminder, in 2021, six of our African subsidiaries will have recorded no lost-time accidents: DRC, Gabon, Mali, Mozambique, Niger, and finally Chad.

To learn more about our HSE commitments