The approach of Bouygues Construction to quality goes beyond ISO certification and imbues all areas of its business: its management systems, its people and its workmanship. This approach reflects the company's conviction that quality is the key to being competitive and the only way it can satisfy its clients better than its competitors.
To this end, the company has streamlined its management systems for safety, quality assurance and the environment and integrated them in a single system. This reduces documentation and provides a system which is user-friendly and efficient.

At the heart of the system is the assessment of risk and the implementation of appropriate measures for control.
Awards and certifications
Bouygues Construction and Dragages are committed to continuous improvement and development of its systems to protect the safety and health of staff and the general public. The company's objective is to achieve the highest standards of safety and health within its organisation.
Risk assessment
A key element of its system is the assessment of risk and the implementation of appropriate measures for control at all stages of a project.
Engineering for safety
By giving the highest regard to safety at the design and engineering stage, the company aims to build in safety to the methods and sequence of construction specified for the project, giving the best start for a safe environment on site
Training towards a safety culture

All workers, including those of sub-contractors, are required to undergo induction safety training and this is supplemented by regular 'tool-box' talks on specific themes as well as off-site training. Through continuous activities to raise safety awareness, the company aims to create a sense of responsibility among individuals and to develop a culture of safety on site.
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Bouygues Construction and Dragages focus on continuous improvement in quality through recruitment of competent staff, training, setting of quality targets, measurement of success, and on-going adjustment to both service and product, so that customer expectations are met or exceeded.
Planned control of water, dust and noise pollution, reduced consumption of timber and limitation of construction waste are the goals of the company's environmental management system which is being implemented on all projects.
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