Health & safety

Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) documents available here


Health & Safety is embedded in Lafarge’s operations

At Lafarge, we believe that “if we’re excellent in safety then we’re excellent in business”. For this
reason, Health and Safety is threaded into our daily operational performance as a critical success factor leading us to stronger results.



To reach this aspiration, we are committed to:

  • Maintain a global Health and Safety Management System designed to continuously improve our performance and actively manage risk in our business
  • Drive for operational discipline by instilling a mindset of safe execution and follow-up
  • Identify & communicate best practices to our employees, contractors and customers
  • Implement reporting standards for employees and contractors and undertake audits
  • Provide quality supervision in the field to coach and mentor employees and contractors on health and safety


This section of our website is dedicated to explaining Lafarge Canada Inc.'s approach to promote safe cycling throughout the communities in which we operate, by focusing on 5 key pillars: Health Promotion, Infrastructure, Vehicle Safety, Driver Education and Cyclist Education.

We invite you to navigate this site to learn more about Lafarge's Cycling Safety Strategy. Click below to learn more.

Cycling Safety

Health and Safety is at the center of everything we do, from the daily routines in our plants to our customers’ project worksites and our actions in neighboring communities. We believe in visible leadership and personal accountability for Health and Safety at all levels and throughout our Organization. 

Learn more about our global culture of health & safety

We are constantly monitoring and adapting our approach for each country, while at the same time carefully following the development of the coronavirus and the recommendations of the World Health Organization as well as of local health authorities to ensure we take all necessary steps to respond to this pandemic.  

Lafarge & Coronavirus