Global Compact

VINCI signed in 2003 the UN Global Compact. Participation has led to concrete actions being taken, as featured on the United Nations website. In 2007, this commitment was reaffirmed by VINCI in joining the Forum of Friends of the Global Compact in France, and participating in July at the summit of the UN Global Compact in Geneva.

As such SDEL Contrôle Commande follows the group’s commitments in terms of:

Human rights

  1. To support and respect, within the Group’s sphere of influence, the protection of international law relating to human rights.
  2. To ensure that the Group companies are not accomplice in violations of human rights…

Working Standards

  1. To allow people the freedom to associate, to recognize the right to collective negotiation
  2. To eliminate all forms of forced and compulsory labor
  3. To secure the effective abolition of child labor
  4. To eliminate discrimination in the workplace and occupations.

Respect of the environment

  1. To support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges
  2. To undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility
  3. To encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies

Fight against corruption

  1. To work against all forms of corruption, including extortion and bribery.


SDEL Contrôle Commande and Sustainable Development

SDEL Contrôle Commande has been formally committed to a sustainable development approach for several years.

Certified ISO 9001 since 1994, we achieved certification in 2006 Quality Safety Environment policy.

SDEL Contrôle Commande strives to combine economic performance and the humanist project.

This ambition inspires its sustainable development, which focuses on five priority commitments:

To achieve our “zero accident” goal with ongoing prevention and security programs

To promote the creation of sustainable jobs, by proposing a personalized training package to each of member, helping employee to become a shareholder and encouraging citizen engagement.

To quantify our GHG emissions by identifying the activities that emit the most CO2 most and to reduce emission sources.

To promote access to employment for disabled personnel by creating or adapting workstations.

To develop a partnership policy to have a global and competitive market approach.