Since 2017, the CSR Report has been replaced by the statement of non-financial performance.
It has three main objectives:
an increased demand for social/societal and environmental policies and actions by companies,
clarification and European harmonisation of CSR practices,
Adherence to the G20 recommendations for an international framework for transparency in the fight against global warming.
Social information: this concerns employment in the company, work organisation, safety, health, training, social dialogue, etc.
Societal information: this relates to equal treatment of men and women, integration of disabled workers, anti-discrimination measures, impact on local development and employment, etc., but also to relations with stakeholders (suppliers, subcontractors, etc.), actions aimed at consumer health and safety.
Environmental information: all sustainable development actions relating to the preservation of resources and biodiversity, the fight against pollution and global warming, the circular economy, etc., in line with the energy transition process.