A special number to be used by staff members, directly connected to the mobile of Enel Green Power CEO Francesco Venturini, who will answer the calls: In case of accident, I'm asking the injured person's supervisor to report to me within 24 hours. I want to be informed about what happened, and responsibilities
“In case of accidents you must call me”. These words were not spoken by the security manager of a plant or a worksite but by Enel Green Power CEO Francesco Venturini.
The “Zero accidents” goal has always been a priority for Enel Green Power, involving all company employees in every field and country, also including workers of contractors who collaborate at plants and worksites across the world.
“In case of accident, I’m asking the injured person’s supervisor to report to me within 24 hours. I want to be informed about what happened, why the accident took place and whose responsibility it is. To this end, we have activated a special number that will be connected to my mobile. I’ll answer myself. No exceptions are allowed”, said Venturini, opening his speech at the annual meeting with EGP employees on results achieved and future objectives. The phone number was also created to communicate situations of potential danger in the workplace to the CEO of Enel Green Power, which are believed not to be properly managed.
Workers’ health and safety take priority over new installed MW and new opened markets. Every year EGP - like the entire Group - invests resources and time for the permanent training of employees and contractors on safety at work.
EGP’s commitment to safety is constant, and includes the continuous analysis of risks and employee and team KPIs, the provision of personal next-generation equipment and tools, sharing best practices and operational experiences and the continuous improvement of H&S processes in ordinary plant and worksite activities.
Health & Safety is also among the priorities of Enel’s innovation process, with projects using digital and new technologies to increase safety at work, in order to minimise and then eliminate risks for staff members, such as when drones are used to replace technicians and operators in activities of checking and monitoring plants.