The Group's greatest concern is the safety and health of people, to such a degree that it has created a General Office of Risk and Insurance, and has plans and departments dedicated to risk prevention at the workplace in its different lines of business. The overarching goal is to prevent and avoid risks, through appropriate training and strict compliance with norms.
SANJOSE has made remarkable headway in the area of accidental risk management.
The focus of the Group's insurance policy, understood to be a risk management tool, and the adaptation of the insurance program to the changing needs of the Company, have made GSJ more professional and safe.
Transmitting security and trust to our clients and suppliers as well as adequately protecting all of our assets and human teams continue to be priority objectives.
So as to not compromise either our own assets or those belonging to our clients in the case of accidental risks, SANJOSE has opted to transfer their impact to top insurance companies.
In order to guarantee the ability to respond adequately in case of a disaster, it has chosen to train its own personnel and professionalize the people who take part in their management.
The immediate future will require further progress in this line of work and its expansion into the new lines of business for the Group.
SANJOSE is continually advancing in the area of management of accidental risks.
The insurance policy of the Group, understood as an instrument of management of the risk and the adaptation of the insurance programme to the needs of the Company, have helped to make GSJ a professional and safe company.
To transmit security and confidence to our clients and suppliers and adequately protecting our assets and human resources remain top priorities.
To avoid compromising its own assets or that of clients of the Group against accidental risks, SANJOSE has opted to transfer the impact of this to First Class Insurance Companies. To ensure adequate response capabilities in the event of accidents, it has opted for the training of its own staff and the professionalism of those involved in its management.
The immediate future will require further progress in this line of work in order to achieve its expansion to the new lines of business of the Group.