The extra-financial reporting implemented voluntarily by Egis relies in part on indicators recommended by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a non-profit organisation that has been providing guidelines since the year 2000, on how companies can report and communicate on their sustainable development policy.

Although the GRI’s recommendations are entirely voluntary, the GRI guidelines have become an international benchmark, followed and implemented by 84% of the world’s largest companies. They are given as a list of items of information that companies can include in their reporting. The idea is that shareholders can more easily compare the approach and performance of different companies. Pending the translation of the new version of the “GRI standards” launched in October 2016, we are using the G4 guidelines from May 2013. Please find below the details of how our indicators correspond with the GRI index for the 2016 data.

To find Egis’s profile (name, brands, size, turnover, geographic markets, etc.), you can download the “Profile 2017” leaflet

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Please find below, the details of how our indicators correspond with the GRI index.

EGIS CSR PROFILE
Topics Type of information  Link
CSR SD strategy Statement from the Technical and sustainable performance director  Go to page
Commitments  Go to page
 Organisation Operational structure of the organisation, with description of the main contributors  Go to page
Stakeholders Main interactions - contributions  Go to page
Solutions - methods Comprehensive services and examples of solutions and approaches with sustainable development added value  Go to page
STRATEGY - GOVERNANCE
 Topics Corresponding GRI Indicator Scope of application Link Moore information
Business ethics and anti-corruption
  • Total number of people trained in the prevention of corruption, criminal risk and business practices
S03 Group Extra-financial reporting indicator Go to page Ethique
 
SOCIETAL IMPACTS
 Topics Corresponding GRI Indicators Scope of application Link Moore information
Actions in favour of residents and local population Group  Extra-financial reporting indicator Go to page ancrage local Go to page Actions solidaires
SOCIAL IMPACTS
Topics Corresponding GRI Indicators Scope of application Link Moore information
Jobs
  • Total number of permanent staff
LA1 France excluding operators
Jobs
  • Staff turnover (incl. resignations)
LA2 France staff Permanent contracts  ...
Work organisation
  • % of part-time employees
LA1 France  ...
Work organisation
  • % of part-time employees
LA1 France  ...
Work organisation
  • Average part-time
LA1 France
 Training
  • Average duration of a training course
LA10 France
 Careers
  • Number of career interviews
LA12 France
Health and Safety of employees
  • Accidents involving work stoppage
 LA7 France
Disability
  • Employment rate of persons with disabilities
LA13 France  Go to page
 Older workers
  • Employment of over-55s
LA13 France  Go to page
Gender equality
  • Proportion of women in governing bodies
LA13 Group
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
 Topics Corresponding GRI Indicators Scope of application  Link  Moore information
Sustainable use of resources
  • Electricity consumption and purchase of heating &cooling
 EN3
  •  French sites
Go to page
Sustainable use of resources
  • · Consumption of mains
 EN8
  • French sites
Go to page
Pollution and waste management
  • Paper purchases
 EN1 et EN2
  • French sites
Go to page
Pollution and waste management
  • Production of sorted and recycled non-hazardous waste
 EN22
  • Excluding IT waste
Go to page
Climate Change
  • Energy - direct and indirect
 EN16
  • Linked to fixed sources of combustion and heat transfer fluids
Go to page