SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL RESPONSIBILITY INFORMATION
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PATENTS AND LICENCES
INFORMATION CONCERNING TRENDS
ADMINISTRATION AND EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT BODIES
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS OF CORPORATE OFFICERS
FUNCTIONING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT BODIES
OPERATIONS WITH RELATED PARTIES
FINANCIAL INFORMATION ON ASSETS, FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS
17.6 METHODOLOGICAL NOTE ON SOCIAL,
SOCIETAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING
Groupe ADP’s social, societal and environmental reporting is based on: ◆ the reporting system set forth in articles L. 225-102-1 and R. 225-104 to R. 225-105 of the French Commercial Code; ◆ and the transparency principles of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI 4), the international reference in terms of sustainable development reporting in line with the ISO 26000 standard on the social responsibility of organisations. The 2017 social reporting period is based on a calendar year (1 January to 31 December 2017) to ensure consistency with French regulations and the social reporting of French companies. The environmental reporting period is based on a year running from 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2017, except for CO 2 and NOx emissions from plants, which continue to be reported by calendar year. The scope of the reporting is intended to be representative of the significant activities of the Group. Social reporting Since 2006, Aéroports de Paris corporate reporting is prepared according to the requirements of the French Commercial Code and is based on the number of employees registered and paid during the calendar year, expressed as a full-time equivalent. The scope of the workforce covers Aéroports de Paris and the Group's (controlled) companies and fully consolidated subsidiaries owned at 50% and more: ADP Ingénierie, ADP International (formerly Aéroports de Paris Management), Hub One and TAV Airports, with the exception of Média Aéroports de Paris which represents less than 1% of the Group's workforce. Some indicators and data relate only to the Aéroports de Paris scope. The scope for each indicator is specified in the corporate indicators table in the management report. The scope will be extended to the entire Groupe ADP for all social indicators in the coming years. Environmental reporting The environmental and social responsibility reporting is limited to the scope of activities of Aéroports de Paris, except in the cases indicated below. These consolidation rules apply to all indicators of environmental and societal reporting. Quantitative environmental data for owned subsidiaries are not included in the management report given the impact and representativeness of the data compared with Aéroports de Paris and the non-material nature of the data. Aéroports de Paris brings together the three airports of Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. The qualitative environmental and social responsibility activities of Aéroports de Paris subsidiaries are included in the relevant sections of the 2017 management report. The scope of scope 3 CO 2 emissions covers external CO2 emissions of the airports linked to planes, access for passengers and employees, business trips of all employees, ground handling vehicles (GSE), auxiliary power units (APU) for planes, internal waste treatment and consumption in third party buildings.
Change in consolidation scope Changes in scope of consolidation are taken into account at the time of their actual introduction. ◆ Corporate scope: the scope is updated in year N. ◆ Environmental scope: the scope is updated in year N+1. However, it is tolerable for acquisitions, disposals, creations of companies or contracts won to be taken into account only after one full year of operation depending on the activity performed. When the data are considered relevant, previous years may be consolidated according to the new scope for ease of comparison ( pro forma ). A change in scope occurred between the 2016 reporting and 2017 reporting: the subsidiary, Hub Safe, was sold (80% of the capital) and Aéroports de Paris strengthened its position in the share capital of TAV Airports (46.12% of the capital), fully consolidated since the 2nd half- year of 2017. For the 2017 financial year, the decision was taken not to include TAV Airports in the social (excluding the annual average staff numbers, published for the scope of the Group including TAV Airports) and environmental reporting. Integration is planned for 2018 after a full year of operations Reporting methodology Data collection, calculation and consolidation methods are defined by procedures collected in the social and environmental reporting protocols. These protocols are distributed to the people involved at all levels of reporting development . Relevance and choice of indicators The indicators published by Aéroports de Paris are intended to report, with complete transparency, the Group’s annual results with respect to corporate social responsibility. The indicators are chosen based on the social, societal and environmental impact of group company activity and the risks associated with the company’s strategic challenges. The data selected are based on a common set of criteria: ◆ Aéroports de Paris’s commitments and corporate social responsibility policy; ◆ regulatory obligations set by the French government; ◆ the Group’s performance and impact in relation to key challenges. The social indicators published by Aéroports de Paris are based on three levels of indicators: ◆ the themes of Article R. 225-105-1 of the French Commercial Code; ◆ the social reporting indicators set forth in French law; ◆ the specific indicators of the Group’s human resources policy. The complementary nature of these three levels of indicators makes it possible to measure the results of the human resources policy and the Group’s commitments in social matters.
AÉROPORTS DE PARIS REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2017
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