4 CSR AND NON-FINANCIAL INFORMATION - Non-Financial Information Statement
ANALYSIS OF SEGMENT RISK In addition to analyzing pre-existing risk mapping, Rubis’ CSR teams use work carried out by other companies and trade organizations to check the consistency of the elements of risk identified by their risk mapping (stage one) and to add to the risk map if necessary.
Existing frameworks (the SASB Materiality Map ® in particular), segment benchmarks (IPIECA) or those of trade organizations (Medef, ORSE, C3D) and CSR publications from other companies were used to assess the most material risks to which the business segment is exposed. The concerns of
stakeholders (NGOs, ESG analysts) were also analyzed to weight the risk analysis and to take into consideration the importance of these risks to them.
RUBIS’ MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS
BUSINESS COMMUNITY Individual and business customers Suppliers and subcontractors
CIVIL SOCIETY Non-profits Local residents Trade unions
FINANCIAL COMMUNITY Investors/shareholders Financial analysts
ADMINISTRATION Local authorities National authorities Regulatory authorities
HUMAN RESOURCES Employees Staff representative bodies
REGULAR DIALOG WITH STAKEHOLDERS Committed to local populations, the Group values the dialog with stakeholders and its role in promoting dynamic activity in the regions where it operates, as much at the economic and employment levels as in the area of “living together.” Dialog with stakeholders takes place, depending on the capacity or mission of said stakeholders, at local level, at the level of entire business divisions or directly with the parent company (see section 4.4.2).
Rubis also engages in an active and targeted sponsorship policy, via its endowment fund, Rubis Mécénat, and through its subsidiaries’ local initiatives. Most of its initiatives are focused on health and education (see section 22.214.171.124).