In 2012, we formalised our commitment to sustainable development by signing the CO2 Charter recommended by ADEME. This charter is part of a global approach to fight against climate change and, more precisely, the diminution of CO2 emissions.
This environmentally responsible dynamic didn't stop there. We put in place a CO2 diagnostic in order to know precisely our environment performance, especially in terms of general consumption of the fleet. This diagnosis led to an action plan with quantifiable targets over three years:
- fleet modernisation,
- training in economical driving offered to drivers,
- better management of data thanks to the geolocation of vehicles,
- better management of paperwork inside each unit.
Since we signed the charter, actions became a reality through a global guiding plan:
> Thus, in order to reduce our carbon footprint, we equipped ourselves with hybrid vehicles and on-board telematics on all our fleet.
> Economical driving is at the heart of our approach; we are training drivers and are providing them with the means to continuously reduce fuel consumption and risks of accident.
> A more specific QSE approach, introduced at the start of 2016, has been enhanced by the creation of a project manager position on Quality Safety and Environment.