The FCC Chair for Prevention of Occupational Risks and Human Resources organises an awareness-rising seminar on equality issues
The FCC Chair for Prevention of Occupational Risks and Human Resources has organised a an awareness rising seminar on equality issues for human resources directors, equality specialists, occupational risk prevention technicians and managers of FCC Medio Ambiente (the Spanish brand for FCC Environment).
The seminar, which took place in the Faculty of Labour and Social Sciences of the city of Zaragoza, was given by University professors who are experts in gender equality. It dealt with gender and health issues, giving prominence to the issues of gender-based violence and the prevention of gender-based sexual harassment at work.
Carmelo Jimenez Bozal, HR director of FCC Medio Ambiente Aragón, closing the seminar talking about the implementation of the company's equality plan, highlighted that with this day FCC Medio Ambiente will benefit from a certification by the University of Zaragoza on the equality plan that is currently being developed in the different services that are managed for the City of Zaragoza. This represents a leading position with respect to the companies in the sector, and a firm commitment to the implementation of FCC's II Equality Plan, signed with the main social agents nationwide.
The FCC Company Chair for Prevention of Occupational Risks and Human Resources was created in March 2018 in conjunction with the University of Zaragoza with the aim of supporting studies and research in the area of Occupational Risk Prevention and Human Resources and to mutually benefit from the results of these R+D+i projects. This chair arises with an entity and relevance of its own and reinforces the services that the Group currently provides in the city and the close relationship enjoyed with the University, which goes back more than 20 years.
Photo Caption: de izq a dcha: Carmelo Jimenez Bozal, HR Director of FCC Medio Ambiente Aragón, Ruth Vallejo Dacosta, director of FCC Chair. Dean and Professor of Labor and Social Security Law at the University of Zaragoza, Santiago Boira Sarto, Coordinator of the Master in Gender Relations. Professor of the Department of Sociology and Psychology of the University of Zaragoza, and Isabel Ortega Sánchez, feminist anthropologist. Professor of the Department of Sociology and Psychology of the University of Zaragoza.