Health and safety: the excellence of L’Oréal USA

L’Oréal USA was selected as one of the safest companies in the United States.

Over seven years ago, L'Oréal USA signed up to the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) initiated by the U.S. Department of Labor, and more specifically its security and health department (OSHA). In 1994, the first L'Oréal plant obtained "Star" status, awarded by the VPP , thus becoming the Group's first U.S. plant to meet the program's requirements. Today, four of the eight L'Oréal USA plants have achieved this exceptional distinction. Last November, L'Oréal USA undertook to apply these standards of safety and hygiene at all its sites in the United States within the next five years. L'Oreal is one of the first non-American Groups to encourage all of its plants in the U.S. to sign up to this initiative. These examples illustrate the importance accorded by L'Oréal not only to the quality and innovation of its products, but also to the health and safety of all its operations. Sustainable development and environmental protection are part of the Group's general philosophy. Strict health, safety and environmental standards are applied in its factories and throughout its subsidiaries worldwide.