Safety, a way of being, a way to live.
Safety plays a central role in Eni's corporate culture. This is manifested in the form of 10 Golden Rules that embody the proper modus operandi for those who work for and with Eni at every work site throughout the world. These rules become good habits if the culture of safety keeps us engaged at all times, in any context, including outside the workplace. This is not only our way of fulfilling legal requirements and company rules, it is also a value that is at the core of all that we do every day. We have to work safely and live safely: the culture of safety must be present in all we do.
Out of this awareness, we developed the new Safety starts @home and Safety starts @office campaigns to promote safe, virtuous behaviour in any setting, whether in the office or at home, so that we can carry out our daily activities feeling safer and more protected. The objective of these campaigns is to demonstrate how the rules can be applied to many different situations that we encounter every day until they become habits for all of us, both at work and at home. Safety in the workplace stems from safety at home. Our common goal is for safety to become more and more a way to be and a way to live.
With safety starts@home and safety starts@office, we have worked hard to promote our culture of safety that needs to be present in all we do and all our people do, always and everywhere, in the workplace and in our daily lives.
Our commitment to safety is an act of love towards ourselves and other people.
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work takes place on 28 April every year. It was started in 2003 by the International Labour Organization (ILO/BIT). Its aim is to draw maximum attention at international level to the importance of preventing occupational accidents and illnesses in the workplace. To create and promote a culture of safety that is as widespread as possible, it is important to reach a significant level of collective commitment. Inspired by the 100th anniversary of the ILO and by discussions on the future of work, this year the World Day focusses on the last 100 years of effort. It aims to improve safety and health in the places where we carry out our daily activities, looking at the future as an opportunity for positive changes, from technology to sustainable development. Here at Eni, we see safety in the workplace as a fundamental value to be shared by employees, contractors and local communities. To spread a culture of safety, we develop campaigns and projects using tools and forms of communication that range from workshops to theatre events, video clips to app development, social media templates to immersive virtual reality. New digital technologies in the field of safety are the pillars of all of Eni's strategy for and commitment to the innovation process.