4 CSR AND NON-FINANCIAL INFORMATION - Non-Financial Information Statement
A RISK PREVENTION POLICY SPECIFIC TO THE GROUP’S ACTIVITIES
Social risks are managed locally, in line with Group values, to make the most of human capital and recognize the specific nature of the Group’s activities. In addition to health and safety at work, which are Rubis’ priorities as an industrial group, the issues of well-being at work, equal opportunities in the workplace and the sharing of the Group’s growth with employees are carefully monitored (see section 4.3). Other issues, such as ethical and corruption risks, are also subject to specific policies and procedures drawn up as part of the continuous improvement process (see section 4.4).
Details of the main risks relating to the non- financial information statement, as well as to related policies and indicators, appear in sections 4.2 to 4.4 of this document. The main risks are identified in the pictogram below: . Other risks, which were not identified as a priority during the risk analysis, but which are, however, considered to be significant, both for the Group and for its stakeholders, or which should be disclosed in accordance with current regulations, also appear in sections 4.2 to 4.4.
The Group puts procedures in place that are specially designed to deal with the issues identified by the risk analysis. Health and safety risks for individuals operating on the sites and local residents, as well as risks relating to the environmental impac t of the ac tivities, are subjec t to enha n c ed p reven t i ve mea s u re s, implemented under major investment programs (see section 4.2).
4.1.3 COMPARABILITY, RELIABILITY AND CHECKING OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
The comparabilit y and reliabilit y of information stem primarily from the standardization of methods used for reporting detailed employee-related and environmental data, as described in the methodological note (see section 4.5).
The information reported is checked as part of verification procedures and analyses. Internal audits relating to certain non- financial information (ethics, anti-corruption) are also being rolled out.
To facilitate the reading of this chapter, a cross-reference table with the provisions of the French Commercial Code is provided in section 4.5.4.