Report library

IRBIS PROJECT GROUP has been reporting on its sustainability performance since 2013

The library includes our current group sustainability reports as a summary of our policies and positions on key social and environmental issues. 

 

  • Environment
  • Health & safety
  • Society
  • UN Global Compact

Key to level of reporting

F

P

N

This indicator is covered in full – Fully reported

This indicator is covered in part – Partially reported

This indicator is not covered – Not reported

 

GRI

Code
Indicator
Status

 

Climate change and energy

EI1
Energy use – Report total quantity of energy consumed in oil and gas operations or other business activities

F

EI2

Alternative energy sources – Report qualitatively on company research, plans or current initiatives related to alternative or renewable energy sources.

F

Local environmental impact

EI3

Other air emissions – Report quantities of emissions to the atmosphere from  transportation.

F

EI4

Waste – Report quantities of waste disposed of, resulting from construction, telecom implementation and  maintenance operations.

F

Key to level of reporting

F

P

N

This indicator is covered in full – Fully reported

This indicator is covered in part – Partially reported

This indicator is not covered – Not reported

GRI

Code
Indicator
Status

Workforce protection

HSI1 Workforce participation – Describe joint management, and workforce health and safety programmes and processes, to facilitate participation of the workforce at all levels in health and safety dialogues

F

HSI2 Occupational injury and illness incidents – Report health and safety data on workforce injuries or illnesses resulting from occupational incidents

F

Key to level of reporting

F

P

N

This indicator is covered in full – Fully reported

This indicator is covered in part – Partially reported

This indicator is not covered – Not reported

GRI

Code
Indicator
Status

Community and society

SI1 Involuntary resettlement – Describe policies, programmes and/or procedures related to involuntary resettlement.

F

SI2 Social investment – Describe strategies, programmes and procedures relating to social investment, and their effectiveness.

F

Local content

SI3 Local hiring practices – Describe the company’s approach to, and programmes for, providing employment opportunities to residents of host countries.

F

SI4 Local procurement and supplier development – Describe the company’s programmes and processes to improve the ability of local suppliers and contractors to support operations and carry out projects.

F

Human rights

SI5 Human rights due diligence – Describe policies, programmes and procedures the company has in place to respect human rights – including the rights of workers – in its operations.

F

Business ethics and transparency

SI6 Preventing corruption – Describe policies, programmes and procedures to prevent bribery and corruption, and mechanisms to monitor compliance.

F

SI7 Preventing corruption involving business partners – Describe anti-corruption policies and procedures applicable to business partners, including suppliers and contractors.

F

Labour practices

SI8 Workforce diversity and inclusion – Describe policy and/or procedures promoting diversity and inclusion.

F

SI9 Workforce engagement – Describe policies, programmes and/or procedures on engagement and workforce satisfaction.

F

SI10 Workforce training and development – Describe policies and procedures for providing workforce training and development opportunities.

F

The United Nations Global Compact is an initiative for businesses that aims to align their operations and strategies with ten principles in human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

Global Compact Principles:

  1.  Businesses should support and respect the protection of international proclaimed human rights within their sphere of influence
  2.  Businesses should make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses
  3.  Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition to the right to collective bargaining
  4.  Businesses should uphold the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour
  5.  Businesses should uphold the effective abolition of child labour
  6.  Businesses should eliminate discrimination in respect of employment and occupation
  7.  Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges
  8.  Businesses should undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility
  9.  Businesses should encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
  10.  Businesses should work against all forms of corruption, including extortion and bribery