Prosafco has been selected to join the West Flanders Corporate Social Responsibility Charter, a programme that companies can join up to voluntarily. To do so, they are required to present 10 sustainability-based topics that are assessed each year by a committee of external specialists.
Sustainable input by staff: the advice and innovative solutions we have to offer are all part of the contribution we make in terms of our shared responsibility to help keep employees safe and healthy – not to mention able to keep working for longer.
Prosafco aims to make its principles on sustainability even more clear in the way it operates: we carefully consider not only economic factors, but also social and ecological aspects in all of our business processes and decisions. This enables the company to base its continued growth and development on the respect and trust that underpins its business and which it intends to continue earning for all of its stakeholders:
All of our stakeholders have a particular pattern of expectations based on their own specific values. Every goal we set is a challenge for us – and one that we make every effort to achieve in an atmosphere of openness and respect for everyone.
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On the picture, from the left to the right:
Philippe Tavernier, Afdelingshoofd Duurzaam Ondernemen bij de POM West-Vlaanderen
Jan De Schrijver, Area & KA manager Prosafco
Wim Mylle, QESH manager Prosafco
Bart Tommelein, Viceminister-president van de Vlaamse Regering, Vlaams minister van Begroting, Financiën
Michel Waumans, Gedelegeerd Bestuurder - CEO bij Prosafco
Dirk Reynaert, Manager LTO Benelux Bureau Veritas Certification
Managing director – CEO