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AIRBUS GROUP

AIRBUS GROUP

'Thierry Baril'

Chief Human Resources Officer

"Airbus Group has a policy of psychosocial risk prevention management with the objective to reduce work related psychosocial risks, protect employee health and well being, the company and its stakeholders, and to ensure suitable and sufficient resources are committed to psychosocial risk prevention management."

Type of organisation:
Enterprises
Business sector:
Aeronautics Defense Space
Mission statement:
Airbus Group is a global pioneer in aeronautics and space. Combining European heritage with global outreach, we bring together talent and technology to drive innovation, integration and internationalisation. We create cutting edge technology to help our customers connect and protect lives. Our people have the competence, character and courage to take this industry to the next dimension. We dare to challenge the status quo and push boundaries, strive to stay agile, take risks to innovate, and manage these risks with responsibility. Our passion for this industry compels us to stand up for what we do and we do what we believe to be right. We take responsibility for our behaviour and the quality and safety of our products. We value the trust that our colleagues, customers, communities and shareholders place in us. By collaborating with integrity and respect, we craft competitive products, solutions and services. On behalf of the people we work with and for, Airbus Group creates added value and secures future growth, thereby delivering the profitability that provides the basis for innovation. We never forget that how we deliver is just as important as what we deliver. Learning from experience is just as important as learning from science, and the support of our customers, suppliers and communities is just as important to our success as it is our own work.
URL:
http://www.airbus.com
Our Campaign Pledge:

We intend to use the EU campaign to give additional momentum to the deployment of our existing psychosocial risk management policy. We intend to use the EU campaign materials to support internal events or communication actions at our various sites. We also intend to participate in the best practice award competition.

 

AIRBUS GROUP

1 rond-point Maurice Bellonte

31707 Cedex BLAGNAC

France

luc.pouliquen@airbus.com

http://www.airbus.com

Tel: +33 561936971

Fax:

Contact Persons

Luc Pouliquen

Health and Safety Representative

Gregory Mould


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