Safran Electrical & Power, a global leader in aeronautical power and electrical systems
At the heart of the design and production of aeronautical electrical systems, Safran Electrical & Power is an expert in the entire onboard electrical power chain, and the active representative of Safran in the area of the "more electric" aircraft.
Design, generation, distribution, conversion, wiring, load management, ventilation, systems integration, support and services: Safran Electrical & Power is an expert in the entire energy chain on board of an aircraft. The maturity of each of our products and our complete expertise in electrical systems, including wiring, make it a unique player in the market. This combination enables it to provide optimized, innovative and made-to-measure solutions for every client. Safran Electrical & Power currently has unique leverage when it comes to meeting the challenges of safety and increased mass on aircraft.
Safran Electrical & Power is also the European leader and one of the two world leaders in aeronautical electrical systems. It is a first class partner for several aircraft manufacturers.
The members of the Management team are:
CEO, Safran Electrical & Power
Executive Vice-President & General Manager ISE
CEO, Safran Engineering Services
Executive Vice President & GM ISA
Executive Vice President & General Manager Power
Executive Vice President, Safran Electrical Components
Vice President, Finance
Vice President Strategy & Communication
Vice President, Human Resources
Vice President IT, Continuous Improvement & Digital Transformation
Vice President, Purchasing
At Safran Electrical & Power, we are convinced that a successful company is motivated by values. Values shared by each employee. To this end, we are committed to meeting four main targets: our customers satisfaction, excellence in our production and our services, the international dimension of our activities and differentiation through innovation.
Gender equality – SAFRAN ELECTRICAL & POWER Rating: 88/100
Criterion No. 1: Difference in average salary between men and women 38/40
Criterion No. 2: Comparison of the percentage of men and women having received a raise 20/20
Criterion No. 3: Comparison of the percentage of men and women having received a promotion 15/15
Criterion No. 4: Whether all women received a raise on returning from a maternity/adoption leave 15/15
Criterion No. 5: Number of women in the top 10 paying positions 0/10
According to the French law of September 5, 2018, and its application decree of January 8, 2019, on "Freedom to choose your professional future" (Liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel), companies must measure five gender equality indicators and publish their overall score. The primary aim of this law is to eliminate compensation discrepancies between men and women. SAFRAN ELECTRICAL & POWER overall score is 88/100, which exceeds the targeted threshold of 75 points as defined by the decree.
Our clients are at the center of our organization: we are committed to their satisfaction. Our quality procedure is the best performance guarantee for our clients.
We commit ourselves to providing an optimal quality of product thanks to the performance of our production assets, and our development and control methods.
In the area of Health and Safety, we work hard to reduce the number of accidents, prevent occupational illness and reduce risks at work stations.
Our business is also committed to improving waste recovery and ensuring the management of prohibited substances.
View all our certificates on the Safran Electrical & Power certificates page.
The company works with, amongst others, Boeing and Airbus on all of their civil programs, notably for the 787 Dreamliner and the A380, and equips several fighter planes such as the Rafale (Dassault Aviation), the F-22 (Boeing), or the F-16 (Lockheed Martin). The company also supplies all of the electrical distribution system of the KC-390, is responsible for the design and manufacture of the entire data and power transmission system of the C919 and works on several business aviation and helicopter programs.
Airbus Military (A400M, CN295/235), Bell Helicopter (AH1 Cobra, UH1 Huey, CH47, H46) / Boeing (B767 Tanker, V22, F22, C130 AMP, A10) / Dassault (Rafale, Mirage 2000, ATL2, nEUROn) / Embraer (KC-390), Lockheed Martin (F1J)
Airbus Group (Airbus A350, A320 family, A318, A319, A320, A321, A340, A330, A380, ATR 42, ATR 72 ) / Boeing (B787, B717 Ex MD95, B777, B767, B747, B737, B757), Bombardier (Dash 8), SAAB (Saab 340 / 2000) / Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation (MA60, MA700)
Agusta Westland (AW139, A119 Koala, V22 Osprey) / Bell Helicopter (UH1 Huey, V22) / Airbus Helicopter (NH90, PUMA 330, EC175, SUPER PUMA 332, AS350, AS365, EC120, EC135/145), Sikorsky (S92, Black Hawk, S76, CH53k, CH47/CH147)
Bombardier (CS Series, CRJ700, CRJ200, CRJ850, Challenger 605, Lear 45, Lear 40, Global XRS/G5000) / Embraer (EMB 170, EMB 145, EMB135, Phenom 100, Legacy 450) / Dassault (F900, F50, F2000, F7X) / Hawker Beechcraft (King Air, 400XP, 800XP, 950X, Premier, Baron, Bonanza) / Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division / Gulfstream