Cesbe believes that in order to achieve good business, basic principles such as the adoption of measures aimed at preserving the environment and social responsibility and governance are essential difference makers. Our management policies and systems establish guidelines that minimize environmental impact and help to build a fairer and more responsible world for those around us. Additionally, these systems are used to seek out consistent improvements in our processes.
Management of the health and safety system, in addition to adhering to legal requirements, is based on controls implemented throughout all project stages, from planning, control and monitoring to continuous evaluation of the execution of works.
Cesbe was awarded first place in the Sesi Paraná Trophy for Best Practices in Health, Safety and Wellness due to our commitment to implementing processes in the area of health and operational safety in 2021 and received Great Place To Work certification for the third consecutive year. This recognition attests to the culture of trust and high level of performance and development that exists among our employees.
Cesbe has been building its culture of excellence over the course of more than seven decades of work. We are constantly evolving. For this reason, Cesbe established the Integrated Applied Management System (SIGA) as a key principle to managing the organization’s processes.
The 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, through the 2030 Agenda, highlighted the importance and urgency in taking action to make cities more sustainable and fair for all. 17 Sustainable Development Goals – SDGs were created, focusing on the development of nations and overcoming related challenges.
Cesbe actively seeks to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Some of the main SDGs related to civil construction that guide Cesbe’s operations include:
Legacy, a project that has been implemented by Cesbe employees since 2020 with the full support and engagement of the company, seeks, above all, to include others, generate a positive impact in communities, and improve the company’s organizational climate. Legacy centers around volunteering and seeks to encourage our employees to engage in supporting the development of social movements.
We seek to foster sociocultural initiatives, entrepreneurship and social integration in the communities in which we operate, supporting relevant projects focused on children and adolescents. Cesbe has sponsored of Junior Achievement Paraná, the largest and most respected non-profit organization involved in educating children and young people with regards to entrepreneurship, since it was founded in 2005. Other initiatives supported by Cesbe are Pé no Palco (‘One Foot on the Stage’), which provides children and young people studying in the public school system in Curitiba (PR) and living in conditions of socioeconomic vulnerability with an opportunity to participate in sociocultural projects and theater. Cesbe also supports the Organization for the Development of Human Potential (ODPH), an NGO that implements educational and cultural projects and activities for children and entrepreneurship training for adolescents, as well as workshops and assistance for families in Vila Torres, Curitiba. We also seek to raise awareness of volunteering opportunities among our collaborators. Legacy, a project that has been implemented by Cesbe employees since 2020, seeks, above all, to include others, generate a positive impact in communities, and improve the company’s organizational climate.