As a promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom is a leading supplier to the transport sector. Alstom offers the complete range of rolling stock solutions (from high-speed trains to metros, tramways and e-buses), passenger solutions, customised services (maintenance, modernisation), infrastructure, signaling and digital mobility solutions.
Alstom is a major player in the Australian transport sector, having delivered the largest fleet of single deck trains in the country (Melbourne), Australia's first driver-less Metro (Sydney) and wire free Trams (Sydney) along with major signalling projects throughout the country.
Alstom knows that employee empowerment is crucial to its success and continues to strengthen its culture by promoting diversity and entrepreneurial spirit with a fundamental commitment to integrity and high ethical business standards and practices.
Alstom sets the highest standards on safety, embodied by a two-fold commitment: win the trust of operators and passengers through reliable, effective solutions; and prevent occupational risks to offer its employees and contractors the best possible working conditions.
Encouraging diversity and inclusion to nurture creativity and innovation
Alstom is an international company. Wherever we operate, and across all our businesses and product lines, we want to create an inclusive culture in which diversity is recognised and valued.
By bringing together people from diverse backgrounds and giving everyone the opportunity to contribute their knowledge, skills, experiences and perspectives, we create shared value for Alstom and its stakeholders while reflecting the diversity of our customers.
“Regardless of gender, country of origin, age, colour, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability and only based on performance, leadership, potential, behaviour & competencies, everyone can succeed and contribute to the sustainable success of Alstom”
Alstom Diversity and Inclusion Charter
34,500 employees worldwide
25% of women managers and professionals, our objective for 2020
76% of employees trained in 2016