April 27, 2009 : The seventh World Day for Safety at Work will be observed in a broad array of activities worldwide on April 28. Total is taking this opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to safety and its ambitious objectives for management and employee involvement.
On that day, all of Total’s subsidiaries in more than 130 countries around the globe will be holding special safety-themed activities.
The objective is to further strengthen the Group’s safety culture by going beyond routine day-to-day safety-related actions and creating a special event where everyone can share their views and best practices.
Total’s top priorities are personal health and safe operations. Because there is no such thing as zero risk at a company as big as Total, with such a wide range of activities, the emphasis is on ensuring that efforts to meet this commitment never slacken.
Total’s safety performance has improved significantly in recent years. The number of accidents with and without lost time has been reduced by 66% over five years, ranking the Group among the best in class worldwide.
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