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FCC recognised in the Region of Madrid for its excellence in managing the prevention and reduction of occupational accidents

25/04/2018

FCC recognised in the Region of Madrid for its excellence in managing the prevention and reduction of occupational accidents

FCC recognised in the Region of Madrid for its excellence in managing the prevention and reduction of occupational accidents

Asepeyo, a medical insurance company that collaborates with the Social Security Department, has awarded companies in the Region of Madrid for their excellence in managing the prevention and reduction of occupational accidents.

The companies receiving the award included those in the FCC Group, which received the bonus or incentive for its low accident rate through Asepeyo. The award was accepted on behalf of FCC by Pedro Federico Ledesma García, Head of Corporate Occupational Health and Safety in FCC from María Lourdes Meléndez Morillo-Velarde, General Sub-Director of Collaborating Organisations in the Social Security Department. The ceremony was closed by Angel Jurado Segovia, General Employment Director of the Region of Madrid and Manager of the Regional Occupational Health and Safety Institute.

The bonus is a financial incentive granted by the General Planning Directorate of the Social Security Department through the occupational accident medical insurance companies that shows that the companies have contributed notably to the reduction and prevention of occupational accidents through quantifiable investments and the implementation of suitable measures, policies and preventive practices at all levels of the organisation.

Asepeyo recognises the work of those companies in the Region of Madrid who have received this incentive for their excellence in prevention management and their contribution to reducing occupational accident rates.

FCC benefits from this year by year thanks to the work undertaken in the prevention of occupational risks, which translates into obtaining low occupational accident rates, below the average for the sectors in which it operates.