6. TOGETHER, TARGETING “ZERO ACCIDENTS” !

We refuse to consider work-related accidents a foregone conclusion, and our ‘zero accident’ involves applying our health and safety policy to all those involved on our worksites and in our operations.
ETF’s health & safety prevention culture is based on the attitudes of all of its employees to control the risks inherent to rail activities. All of its managers have been trained in the ‘prevention’ culture by passing it on to those working in the field.

7. TOGETHER, FOR DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES !

We commit to feminising our management and opening it up to people of all origins through a policy seeking to combat all forms of discrimination at the time of recruitment and in labour relations.
ETF is strongly committed to a disability policy which seeks in particular to better manage disability in the company, consolidate links with specialised contractors and focus on employability and integration in the company.

8. TOGETHER, FOR SUSTAINABLE CAREERS !

We commit to proposing training and mobility solutions to all employees with a view to long-term professionalization, by helping to disseminate a shared technical and managerial culture, and accompanying people throughout their professional lives.
Fully dedicated to railway trades, the ETF Academy opened its doors in January in Beauchamp. Its purpose is to cater for the different changes currently affecting our sector, prepare teams for the requirements of the future, and anticipate future changes in the railway industry. It is also serves the purpose of helping our employees to grow: 2 clear, distinct objectives.

9. TOGETHER, SHARING THE FRUITS OF OUR LABOURS !

Wherever possible, we commit to ensuring 100% of employees benefit from a profit sharing mechanism linked to our economic performance, whilst adapting it to the legal and social frameworks of the different countries where we work.