The themes of social responsibility have now become major issues for any business. For FILTISAC, carrying out the CSR approach, which reconciles economic, social, societal and environmental issues, is part of a Sustainable Development process.
Change in turnover and net income
FILTISAC’s turnover at the end of December 2019 amounted to 39.164 billion CFA francs
FILTISAC’s net income is 1,855 billion CFA francs for the year 2019 or 6% b> of the annual turnover.
Actions to support the employability of young people
FILTISAC encourages any action aimed at promoting jobs by participating in several projects:
Preserving the health of workers and their families
FILTISAC attaches importance to the health of its staff, which is its primary resource. FILTISAC’s health policy is to guarantee staff, their spouses and children permanent access to health care.
Creation of a parenting and early childhood development space
In order to promote reading and contribute to literacy, 838 children benefited from reading activities. FILTISAC has equipped itself with an equipped, comfortable and secure space for parental education and early childhood development activities open since June 20, 2019.
Actions in favor of communities and sport
Anxious to be part of a process of solidarity and support towards the Ivorian populations, the governance of FILTISAC carries out actions to meet the needs of the population.
Sustainable management of water resources
FILTISAC has produced watertight masonry pits for collecting condensate drains from air compressors. This collected water is used for cleaning offices and washrooms, including changing rooms, while ensuring the same level of hygiene. The water capacity collected is 1.5 m3 every two days, which represents an average of 4.5 m3 per week worked.
Preservation of the Banco Natural Park
FILTISAC has built manholes and nozzles in order to slow down the speed of the rainwater flowing out of its site towards the BANCO forest, passing under the rails. Today, thanks to this work combined with that of SITARAIL, the water is flowing at a very low speed, no longer posing a threat to the Banco forest, our precious common good.