Corporate Social responsability
Boulogne Calais Port has committed itself to an ambitious sustainable development plan to make the Boulogne-sur-Mer and Calais facilities a model with regard to environmental conservation.
It will have to combine efficient operation, an improvement in attractiveness for its users, and operation in harmony with its environment.
At the same time, it will have to ensure sustainable development with an innovative business model
The strategic goals of Boulogne Calais Port will be to:
- Ensure the satisfaction of its customers, operators and users;
- Protect the health and ensure the safety of property and people;
- Preserve everyone's environment and way of life;
- Ensure attractiveness, support for initiative and innovation;
- Ensure development and well-being to enhance the collective performance;
- Adopt ethical, responsible and civic-minded behaviour.
Take part un establishing a sustainable development charter
In line with its active sustainable development policy, Boulogne Calais Port undertakes to play an active role in establishing a Sustainable Development Charter which federates and focuses the actions of all the port’s stakeholders.
Port Boulogne Calais has embarked on an ambitious certification programme.
Since May 2019, it has been the only European port to meet the standard of its management systems in terms of Quality, Environment, Health and Safety at Work and Food Safety in all its activities and sites.
Port Boulogne Calais has chosen to have a half-yearly rather than an annual audit to ensure the continuous improvement of its organisation to provide the best service to its customers and partners.
The Port will soon commit to a new approach to obtain the ISO 26000 standard on social responsibility to sustainably develop the reciprocal economy of the activities of our port communities.
- ISO 9001
Quality of service: Meeting your expectations Improving quality of service
- OHSAS 18001
Health and safety: Carrying on our business safely
- ISO 14001
EcoPorts: Controlling the impact of our activities on our work environment. The Port of Calais has been certified PERS ECOPORTS (Port Environment Review System) since 2010, as a reward for its efforts in the area of sustainable development. It was the first French port to obtain this certification.
- ISO 22000
Food safety: Ensuring the integrity of your products through our services