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Salini Impregilo defines sustainability as adopting a business model capable of satisfying the needs of all our stakeholders in a balanced way, maximising the benefits that are created, while minimising any potential impacts. Salini Impregilo believes that the best way to combine economic growth and social and environmental value for the communities where we operate is through a sustainability model. The Group has therefore defined its sustainability guidelines in a specific corporate Policy.

Salini Impregilo has identified 3 priority areas:

  • High performance standards, in terms of commitment to guarantee the full satisfaction of the Group's stakeholders (clients, investors, employees, partners, communities) by carrying out business activities according to the strictest ethical, qualitative and professional standards, with particular reference to the work environment (including personnel health and safety), managing supply chains and social aspects, while protecting the environment;;
  • Shared growth, through our commitment to development in the territories which host our Group's projects, by creating new jobs, increasing allied industries, promoting professional growth and supporting local communities;
  • Transparency, as in our commitment to dialogue with the Group's stakeholders.

At a corporate level, the Group's main stakeholders include investors, financial institutions, rating agencies, clients, employees, people interested in working with us, our commercial partners, governments, the media and the public's general opinion.

Operationally speaking, our main stakeholders include our employees, the local communities, our suppliers, our partners, our contractors and subcontractors, our clients, the local authorities and bodies like trade unions and the NGOs.

To implement its sustainability approach and priorities effectively Salini Impregilo has created an integrated framework of policies and management and control systems that respect major international standards and guidelines that is embraced throughout its organisation.

Our conduct is defined by our Code of Ethics and by our Sustainability, Anti-Corruption and HSE Policies. Salini Impregilo further reinforced its commitment to human and labour rights through an International Framework Agreement signed by the Italian and International Unions of the construction industry.

The Group has also voluntarily adopted an Integrated Management System in compliance with the ISO standards 9001 (for quality), 14001 (for the environment), and the OHSAS 18001 (for health and safety) which is certified by an independent external body.

Salini Impregilo annually publishes its Sustainability performance data through its Consolidated Non-financial Statement, pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 254/2016 which requires that companies meeting certain criteria provide non-financial disclosures. The Statement is drawn-up according to the most advanced reporting standards, i.e. the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (Core option), and certified by an independent auditor.

Salini Impregilo communicates its sustainability activities and approach through its website, the social media, through its direct relations with investors, stakeholders and rating agencies and by participating in disclosure programmes like the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), a global platform supported by more than 800 institutional investors containing disclosed environmental performance data of approximately 2,000 companies in the world.

Stakeholders’ opinions are extremely important to Salini Impregilo. Should you have any questions or require a more in-depth explanation, please write to sustainability@salini-impregilo.com. For any comments or feedback regarding our Sustainability Report, please fill in the questionnaire that you can access by clicking here.

Last update: 16/04/2018