Health

In all our kitchens and restaurants, our employees offer our customers balanced, varied and tasty meals, while scrupulously respecting health and safety standards.

On each operational site, a HSE manager ensures the proper execution of all HSE programmes and supervises daily HSE training. To facilitate these processes, CIS has set up a signage system and HSE posters are displayed on all of our sites.

Food safety

More than 48 million meals are served each year on all of our sites in strict compliance with international food safety standards.

Several CIS subsidiaries are certified ISO 22000 for food safety management and OHSAS 18001 certified for occupational health and safety management systems.

To help its teams comply with the Group’s QHSE commitments, CIS has implemented several tools, such as the Best Food Safety Practices Guide, which aims to ensure compliance with international health and food safety standards (HACCP). Checks are also organised on a regular basis across all of our sites. CIS is implementing the digitisation of QHSE controls through tablets, allowing better data traceability and reporting.

Occupational safety

Each new employee at CIS receives occupational safety training and is made aware of the risks associated with their functions. In addition, weekly “Safety Meetings” and daily “Toolbox Talk” are held on our operational sites.

On each operational site, QHSE teams record and analyse LTIs (lost time injuries). On our operations in Chad, we have not recorded any LTIs in the past 13 years. The Group’s sites in Mauritania and Mongolia have created their own training centres to develop team awareness of the need for compliance with QHSE standards.

Enjoyment, Well-being and Nutrition

Nutritional programme developed by CIS : meals are a time for sharing, relaxing and enjoying each other’s company. To ensure the well-being of our clients, CIS has launched an awarenessraising campaign: we train and inform our clients of the risks associated with the over-consumption of certain foods and the importance of good nutrition and regular physical activity.

The Group has also developed and implemented an innovative nutritional programme:

  • > The Health4you programme focuses on providing residents with a balanced diet: on certain operational sites, residents receive personal guidance from a Group nutritionist and a sports coach. On the Oyu Tolgoi site in Mongolia, for example, more than 1,000 residents are involved in the H4U programme.

Integrated Menu Engineering

CIS has developed a Menu Engineering tool, making it possible to generate standard recipes and technical sheets that can be used to develop menu cycles adapted to the energy needs of our residents, and to manage stock levels.

Health

In all our kitchens and restaurants, our employees offer our customers balanced, varied and tasty meals, while scrupulously respecting health and safety standards.

On each operational site, a HSE manager ensures the proper execution of all HSE programmes and supervises daily HSE training. To facilitate these processes, CIS has set up a signage system and HSE posters are displayed on all of our sites.

Food safety

More than 48 million meals are served each year on all of our sites in strict compliance with international food safety standards.

Several CIS subsidiaries are certified ISO 22000 for food safety management and OHSAS 18001 certified for occupational health and safety management systems.

To help its teams comply with the Group’s QHSE commitments, CIS has implemented several tools, such as the Best Food Safety Practices Guide, which aims to ensure compliance with international health and food safety standards (HACCP). Checks are also organised on a regular basis across all of our sites. CIS is implementing the digitisation of QHSE controls through tablets, allowing better data traceability and reporting.

Occupational safety

Each new employee at CIS receives occupational safety training and is made aware of the risks associated with their functions. In addition, weekly “Safety Meetings” and daily “Toolbox Talk” are held on our operational sites.

On each operational site, QHSE teams record and analyse LTIs (lost time injuries). On our operations in Chad, we have not recorded any LTIs in the past 13 years. The Group’s sites in Mauritania and Mongolia have created their own training centres to develop team awareness of the need for compliance with QHSE standards.

Enjoyment, Well-being and Nutrition

Nutritional programme developed by CIS : meals are a time for sharing, relaxing and enjoying each other’s company. To ensure the well-being of our clients, CIS has launched an awarenessraising campaign: we train and inform our clients of the risks associated with the over-consumption of certain foods and the importance of good nutrition and regular physical activity.

The Group has also developed and implemented an innovative nutritional programme:

  • > The Health4you programme focuses on providing residents with a balanced diet: on certain operational sites, residents receive personal guidance from a Group nutritionist and a sports coach. On the Oyu Tolgoi site in Mongolia, for example, more than 1,000 residents are involved in the H4U programme.

Integrated Menu Engineering

CIS has developed a Menu Engineering tool, making it possible to generate standard recipes and technical sheets that can be used to develop menu cycles adapted to the energy needs of our residents, and to manage stock levels.