The Company’s sustainable development efforts aim to achieve the goals set out in its Long-Term Development Strategy while balancing the interests of all stakeholders.
The Strategy focuses on a strong HR policy, improved occupational health and safety standards, reduced environmental impact, and the social and economic development of the Company’s local communities.
All management decisions on priority matters relating to the Company’s development are made based on the principles of responsible business conduct established in its Corporate Social Responsibility and Charity Policy.
The sustainable development of regions
where Metalloinvest’s key operations are
located is one of the Company’s strategic
We are confident that by contributing significantly to improving the local economic potential and improvement of the social and cultural environment of local communities, we are making a strategic investment in expanding the available talent pool across our operations.
CEO of Management
The Company discloses full and accurate information on its performance using various forms and channels for stakeholder communication and feedback.
Among other sources, the Company’s sustainable development activities are contained in its CSR reports, which have been published since 2008.
Since 2011, the Company has been disclosing information in line with GRI G4 Guidelines.
|Business units of the Management Company||Areas of responsibility in sustainable development|
|Social Policy Department||Systematically ensuring and coordinating the development of the Company’s sustainable
Providing social support to Company employees
Developing local communities
|HR Department||Improving personnel management methods and procedures, including:
|Organisational Development Department||Managing organisational development|
Managing business process improvement
Managing organisational design
Overseeing the Company’s performance management system
Managing programmes designed to enhance organisational performance and development
|Corporate Culture Development Division||Improving the Company’s non-financial incentive system|
Instilling the Company’s corporate values
Increasing employee engagement and performance
|Security Department||Developing an overarching anti-corruption methodology|
Monitoring compliance with relevant internal documents
Organising and implementing activities aimed at preventing, identifying and eradicating acts of corruption and conflicts of interest
|Procurement Department||Purchasing materials and equipment|
Ensuring an appropriate level of competition in the procurement process, as well as the objectivity and transparency of procurement procedures
Introducing a procedure for checking supplier compliance with Occupational
Health and Safety (OHS) and Environmental Protection requirements
|Environment, Health and Safety Division||Ensuring safe working conditions and occupational safety|
Ensuring safe conditions at production facilities (including industrial, fire and transport safety)
Implementing civil defence measures and preventing and eliminating emergencies
Reducing the Company’s negative environmental impact and ensuring environmental safety
|Health Division||Preventing occupational diseases|
Reducing overall sickness rates
Developing and implementing a system to manage employee health and associated risks
|Internal Audit Department||Improving internal control procedures|
|Corporate Risk Division||Coordinating and maintaining the process of identifying, assessing, and managing corporate risks|
|Corporate Communications Department||Working with target groups to increase their awareness of the Company’s sustainable development
programmes and opportunities for participation|
Organising feedback channels to assess stakeholder needs and satisfaction with programme results