Non-financial performance depends on a strong management system for all non-financial risks, including ethical, environmental and social risk. These risks can have major financial consequences that may seriously damage the company. In addition, non-financial performance contributes to the overall performance of the Group.
Analysis and reports
Internal management systems and benchmarks, such as the ISO 9001 quality standard, the ISO 14001 environmental standard, and the OHSAS health and safety standard, help efficiently manage these risks. Performance analyses and reports, as well as the Group’s compliance with recognized standards, also contribute to the development of ENGIE.
Analysis performed by internationally recognized external organizations helps monitor and direct the evolution of ENGIE’s financial results. For this reason, some non-financial data is reviewed by Statutory Auditors on an annual basis. Non-financial performance is evaluated by ratings agencies whose independent analysis tracks the Group’s progress in corporate social responsibility and provides a basis for dialogue with stakeholders.
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