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Safran is aware of its responsibilities and has given itself the mission of making a lasting change in the air transport industry to build the world of the future. To achieve these goals, the Group is relying on its corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, which are at the heart of Safran’s development strategy and contribute to its core purpose. Taking into account the expectations of all of the Group’s stakeholders’ and led by employee-driven initiatives, our CSR policy is built on four pillars: decarbonize aerospace, be an exemplary employer, embody responsible industry and affirm our commitment to citizenship.
Environment and climate: a strategic priority
Safran is pursuing an ambitious policy to address the climate challenge and contribute to the transition to carbon-neutral aviation by 2050. As an aeronautical equipment supplier, the Group also strives to limit the CO2 emissions associated with its manufacturing processes.Read more
The highest anti-corruption and commercial compliance standards
Safran ensures that its business is conducted in compliance with the highest standards of transparency, integrity and professionalism. These principles are implemented through uncompromising requirements in fighting corruption and ensuring compliance in business interactions.Read more
An exemplary employer
Because its employees are its most precious asset, Safran pursues a proactive policy in favor of equality and diversity, and is committed to the highest standard of health and safety at work.Read more
Philanthropy: promoting social cohesion and equality
Safran is involved in sponsorship initiatives both directly and via its two Corporate Foundations in support of social and professional reintegration, educational assistance, working with young people dealing with the effects of disability, support for exceptional young musicians, etc.Read more
Excellent results regarding our non-financial ratings
Several times a year, Safran takes part in surveys organized by various bodies and engages in discussion with non-financial ratings agencies. These set out to assess the performance of companies against environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. These discussions and surveys are extremely exacting and are designed to assess the relevance of the corporate strategy, the various initiatives that the company implements, and their results.
CDP is an international not-for-profit organization that conducts annual surveys for companies on climate change (CDP Climate Change), water resource management (CDP Water), and companies’ impact on forests (CDP Forests). In 2023, Safran improved its rating, going from "A-" in 2022 to "A" this year: out of over 20,000 companies scored, less than 2% achieved an "A".
Moody’s ESG (formerly Vigeo Eiris)
Moody's ESG (formerly Vigeo Eiris), a subsidiary of Moody's Corporation, uses environmental, societal engagement, business ethics, human rights, human resources, and governance criteria to determine CSR performance ratings for the companies it evaluates. The Group’s rating is 66/100, up 2 points compared to the previous rating.
MSCI ESG Research rates companies’ non-financial performance on a scale of AAA to CCC (AAA being the highest score one can achieve) based on exposure to ESG risks and the way in which they manage these risks. Since October 2022, Safran has been rated as A, which is above the average for companies in the aerospace & defense sector.
Sustainalytics is a non-financial rating agency that assesses companies’ ESG risk levels. The lowest rating corresponds to the best non-financial performance. Safran ranks third in the “A&D - Aeronautics & Defense” category with a score of 23.2 (average risk).
EcoVadis offers companies a platform for assessing the CSR performance of their suppliers. Safran completes this questionnaire at the request of its clients. The score is calculated based on 21 criteria in four major thematic areas: the environment, social issues, business ethics, and responsible sourcing. In 2022, Safran filled out this questionnaire for the first time and obtained an overall score of 56/100. This score places Safran 8 points above the average score for companies EcoVadis has evaluated in the aerospace & related equipment construction sector.
Delivering the highest levels of quality
A Group that designs critical high-technology products and systems needs to provide its customers with the highest levels of quality and ensure the safety of the end user. To achieve this objective, all Safran companies adhere to the relevant standards applicable to their professions.View all approvals and certifications