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MSA – Socially Responsible Initiatives to Support Community Health and Safety (EU)

Doing good for society and helping communities is a key pillar of MSA’s CSR policy. For this reason, we engage and initiate activities where the impact on importance and awareness of health and safety is critical. Accordingly, we would like to highlight some recent projects we have taken part in.

Every October, the Ligue contre le Cancer organizes an awareness campaign against breast cancer across France. This year, MSA joined forces with the League’s Chatillon, and MSA’s pink helmets were installed in public places across the city to raise awareness of breast cancer prevention throughout October. In addition, MSA banners were installed at the historical “Halles” of Chatillon, where one of the most beautiful markets in France takes place every Saturday.

These efforts show just a little of what we have been doing. To stay up to date on MSA socially responsible initiatives, follow us on Linkedin.



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