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Protecting health and promoting talent.

We offer our employees a safe, equal-opportunity and future-oriented working environment.

Whether we are responding to digitalisation or globalisation, constant changes in the working world require an up-to-date and future-oriented corporate culture.

We care for you. Stump-Franki remains true to this mission statement by continuously implementing measures that promote the health and well-being of all employees. We prioritise people.

Health & safety We provide our employees with a safe and healthy working environment.
Training and further education We promote the potential of our employees with individual training and further education opportunities.
Human rights It goes without saying that we are committed to protecting human rights.
Diversity & equal opportunities We benefit from the diversity of our employees and actively promote equal treatment and opportunity.

Health & safety are our top priority.

At Stump-Franki, we take health and safety a crucial step further: “Safety first” is just the foundation for the additional measures we implement. The physical and mental well-being of all PORRians is a basic prerequisite for our success.

Occupational safety with a long-term goal: Zero accidents.

“Vision Zero” seeks to reduce the accident rate at PORR to less than ten accidents per million hours worked. This will be achieved through regular checks, training, and a reporting system for near misses and dangerous situations.

We have set out our occupational safety agreements and principles in safety guidelines as well as in the Code of Conduct. From day one, every PORRian undertakes to comply with our quality and safety guidelines. Quarterly priority topics ensure that the importance of occupational safety is permanently anchored in people’s minds. For example, we have established the “Safety Walk” – a safety check carried out by our management during site visits – as a suitable tool for accident prevention.

Prevention instead of reaction: occupational safety at PORR.


Human rights & employment.

PORR is a signatory to the UN Global Compact, the world's largest initiative for sustainable economic activity. As such, it is actively committed to Group-wide implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and all the fundamental rights set out in the Human Rights Charter.

Stump-Franki believes in fair remuneration based on the principle of equal treatment regardless of gender. It attaches great importance to non-discrimination and does not tolerate child or forced labour on its construction sites or within its sphere of influence, and guarantees its employees freedom of association and collective bargaining rights. We also ensure fair working practices and the protection of human rights along the supply chain. The group-wide Code of Conduct for employees, for business partners, as well as our compliance management system help us to achieve these goals.

The policy statement on the human rights strategy supplements the PORR Code of Conduct. This is the basis and benchmark for all guidelines and regulations that ensure legally compliant, responsible and ethically impeccable actions within the company.

Diversity & equal opportunities.

With around 20,000 employees from over 80 nations, diversity is a key success factor at PORR. We want everyone at PORR to have the same opportunities for professional development – regardless of gender, age, origin, sexual orientation or disability. As a signatory of the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEP) of the United Nations, we actively support the empowerment of women in the company.

News on working at Stump-Franki.

Occupational safety goes mobile Stump-Franki rewards most frequent app use
Award for occupational safety SAFETY AWARD 2021
IHK honors Stump-Franki for training performance
Prizegiving at Stump-Franki: the 2021 Edgard-Frankignoul Sponsorship Award
Safety Champion by the Shell DS SGW Global Contractor Safety Council
Occupational health and safety in practice Stump-Franki celebrates six years of zero accidents