An environmental policy recognised by the ISO 14001 certification.
Vulcania, a major educational and tourist site in Auvergne, is located in the Chaîne des Puys, the youngest volcanic complex in mainland France. Located at the very heart of its theme, the Vulcania park aims to educate and raise awareness about the origin and evolution of our planet. The Earth’s anger and its future are thus at the heart of many educational activities.
As part of its environmental policy, SEM Volcans, which manages Vulcania under a public service delegation on behalf of the Regional Council, has committed itself to setting up an Environmental Management System that cuts across all the company’s departments, following the recommendations of the ISO14001 standard.
Conducted under the responsibility of the Park Director, this policy is monitored by an employee of the company who is partly dedicated to monitoring this project. This commitment by the company naturally involves all departments in a process of continuous improvement of their practices that have an environmental impact. In addition to the employees, the information related to this environmental policy is disseminated to suppliers and subcontractors, and more broadly to the public welcomed to Vulcania.
Through this project, the management of SEM Volcans is fully committed to ensuring that Vulcania complies with legal requirements as well as other environmental requirements applicable to it under the ISO 14001 standard, and to preventing any risk of pollution of the air, water, soil and subsoil.
The environmental policy of Parc Vulcania focuses on the following points: