Our Human Resources and Sustainability strategy

The health and safety of OPmobility’s employees and subcontractors are a priority for the Group. Their success depends on multi-generational and culturally diverse teams. Strengthening diversity, fairness and equal opportunity means enabling everyone to learn and progress within the company.

To face the challenges of climate change, OPmobility confirms its commitment as a key player in the energy transition. Its ambitious carbon-neutral roadmap accelerates its strategy in sustainable mobility.

The Group is committed to ambitious targets in each of these areas:

  • Safety
  • Diversity
  • Suppliers
  • Youth employment
  • Employee health
  • CO₂ emissions



In 2022 0.78 (excluding PO Lighting)

Objective 2025 < 0.5

*Frequency rate of work accidents with and without lost time


Women managers and engineers
In 2022 23.2%

Objective 2030 30%


Group purchases assessed as part of the Know Your Suppliers approach
In 2022 95%

Objective 2025 95%

Youth employment

In 2022 1204 interns, apprentices and VIEs trained

Objective 2025 1300 interns, apprentices and VIEs trained

Employee health

In 2022 90% of sites have conducted at least one health campaign

Objective 2025 100% of sites run at least one health campaign per year

CO2 emissions

In 2022 Objectives
Scopes 1 & 2 -26%
vs 2019
in 2025
Scope 3 -29%
vs 2019
CO2 emissions in 2030 compared to 2019
in 2050

The skills covered by Human Resources teams include:

– talent management;
– skills development and training;
– change management;
– diversity and inclusion programs;
– compensation and benefits programs;
– international mobility;
– labor relations management.

The skills covered by Sustainability teams include:

– deployment of the carbon-neutrality strategy and roadmap across the value chain;
– Group safety management;
– management of extra-financial reporting;
– regulatory changes;
– relations with non-financial rating agencies;
– implementation of new projects related to people and environment.