Adisseo

Safety

Ensuring the health and safety of people, facilities, products, transportation and the environment is Adisseo’s number one priority. Reinforced action plans have been deployed to guarantee safety, through innovative systems and ongoing awareness-raising activities. Every day, all employees work hard to achieve the “Zero Accident” objective.

The company’s security policy

Zero accidents is one of the permanent objectives of this commitment in all areas. It is supported by a systematic and in-depth analysis of risks and losses, and the implementation of the best prevention techniques by associating all stakeholders in a commitment to Sustainable Development.

Adisseo’s health and safety policy is based on the following six principles:

  • Ensure the health and safety of people through prevention and control of risks, contributing to well-being in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate leadership and example.
  • Take into account risks related to processes, products and ergonomics in safety risk analysis studies, right from the design stage, in order to guarantee the safety of people and processes in the workplace.
  • Help prepare the organization to manage possible emergency situations.
  • Reduce risk by investigating incidents and near misses.
  • Require subcontractors to manage safety in accordance with this policy.

2020, new best year for safety performance

For the second year running, Adisseo achieved its best safety performance ever. Despite a difficult second quarter of 2020, our safety performance over the other three quarters significantly exceeded the target.

In five of the 12 months of the year we had no lost time due to accidents. This demonstrates that our ultimate goal of “Zero accidents” is achievable thanks to the specific and varied action plans dedicated to safety, best practices and the safety culture deployed throughout the company.

TRIR 2020

9.8

million € Health and safety operational cost in 2019

Did you know

7500
people die every day in the world from accidents at work or occupational diseases.

 

1000
people die every day in the world due to an occupational accident.

Adisseo’s commitment to safety in actions

6 golden rules for safety

In 2014, Adisseo adopted a good practice put in place in numerous companies with a view to improving their safety performance: the application of the golden rules. It must enable avoiding almost half of the accidents observed. Most often it concerns safety rules that the majority know and respect already. But when they are not respected, accidents inevitably occur. Consequently, it is appropriate to accurately analyze why a rule was not respected and to act accordingly.

Adisafe program

In 2019 the Adisafe programme was launched in the Roches-Roussillon site (France). It follows “act safely” program already deployed at Commentry plant (France). Adisafe is an approach that aims to establish an integrated safety culture, i.e. involve all employees to reach the shared objective of “Zero Accident” defined by Adisseo. Indeed, good safety performance is the result of everyone’s vigilance and actions. 

Nine areas of work have been defined, based on a diagnostic in the form of a questionnaire and interviews, undertaken with the help of the staff. Common knowledge, roles and responsibilities, and the management of instrumental safety barriers were already addressed at the end of the year. 

The approach is based on the idea of enabling and seeking the participation of as many people as possible.

Sustainable development news

02/10/2021

Mycotoxin contamination in maize harvested in Spain in 2020

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01/18/2021

Interview: Adisseo’s Mycotoxin Service Offers Holistic Approach to Costly Contamination Problems

  Mycotoxins in feed remains a costly problem for the agricultural industry, but a holistic approach involving early risk identification and swift management can bring […]

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12/17/2020

Mycotoxin contamination in wheat harvested in the United Kingdom in 2020

MycoMan Harvest Bulletin United Kingdom The average level of total B-trichothecenes (1534 μg/kg) was the highest detected in the past five years and according to […]

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12/16/2020

Mycotoxin contamination in wheat from Poland harvested in 2020

MycoMan Harvest Bulletin Poland Based on the results of this survey, the 2020 wheat crop in Poland should not automatically be considered safe for inclusion […]

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