Health, safety, security and environment
Constantia Flexibles promotes the constant development of health & safety at work with the aim of continuous and sustainable improvement of the work environment. To avert any potential adverse effect to humans, finance, our reputation and the environment we manage all related hazards and mitigate the risks.
Constantia Flexibles acting as a worldwide team integrates this overarching approach with regard to HSSE being part of our daily business-life. Being aware of the accountability from the ethical and entrepreneurial view we strive for achieving our goal of “ZERO LOSS – NO HARM”, for which we continuously protect all people working with and for us.
As part of our ongoing efforts to avert harmful losses, we provide our workforce with trainings which are most relevant to their role creating awareness and understanding of hazards attached to their work.
Further combined efforts, for example with the operational excellence- and local quality-departments, will be realized to accelerate overall our quality of work.
Constantia Flexibles started to establish a HSSE-framework undertaking certain enhancements by implementing group-standards and behavioral safety trainings for all staff.
Competent HSSE-experts at all organizational levels support the business to achieve our ambitious goals. On top of ensuring preventive measures are identified and implemented, the global HSSE-community – lead by the Group function – continuously develops and delivers Safety Initiatives which amount up to 200 individual initiatives per year.
Ongoingly Constantia Flexibles encourages all co-workers to participate in the continuous improvement process. As part of it, we openly share corrective and all preventive measures to prevent the re-occurrence of lessons we have already learnt due to near misses or even accidents.
This common way forward has significantly improved Constantia Flexibles´ safety-performance already within the last years. For example, we could have reduced the number of Lost Time Injuries by 27% during the year 2019.