Over the past year, various training programs all developed by VINCI and adapted to local context have been launched throughout the year with multi-disciplinary approach to safety in our workplaces that has achieved a profound step change in our safety performance.
The purpose of these guidelines is to help each project to implement this operational phase by integrating its specific features, its history and its own safety culture, by virtue of the multiculturalism of its teams, from the workers to the project director.
Incident & Injury Free
QDVC launched the IIF program in two worksites, firstly at LRT project in 2012 followed 2 years later by Red Line South JV project.
For QDVC, IIF is more than just a concept or an idea, it’s a way of thinking that avoids incidents and injuries, making safety a high priority on both a personal and organizational level. Designed to capture the hearts and minds of the whole workforce, an IIF environment is created wherein individuals take care of each other and where leaders powerfully commit to and are willing to be held accountable for, sending everyone home safe and well every day.
The IIF complements the existing VINCI Construction Grands Projets Behavioral Safety Programmes: Managing Safety, Safety Boost and (A)live on Site. The IIF approach results in performance consistent with an ongoing maintenance of the authentic original commitments to work without any injuries or incidents, which is the long term goal. It’s also an integrated approach to addressing Health, Safety and Welfare of QDVC’s employees, with the combination of the traditional focus on processes, practices and individual behaviors used and committed to improve Health & Safety with an exploration into how people think about, feel about and relate to Health, Safety and Welfare.