Technip is committed to carrying out its business activities in an ethical manner and in strict compliance with the law, wherever it operates.
Reporting non-financial information with an approach of quality and transparency is essential to measure our impact and proceed to continuous improvement. It is also crucial to gain and maintain our stakeholders’ trust.
Our 2016 report
Our 2015 Annual Reports
To find out more about the Group, its strategy, activities and commitments, refer to:
- The 2015 Activity and Sustainable Development Report and the dedicated mini-website;
- The 2015 Reference Document which presents more detailed information regarding Technip’s activities, financial data and perspectives. In particular, Section 3 relates to our social, economic and environmental information.
In preparing these reports, Technip has followed the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 guidelines, the most widely-used benchmark for non-financial reporting. We formally support GRI as organizational stakeholder.
In 2015, Technip´s statutory auditors included GRI G4 contents as part of their auditing scope and GRI performed ad a Content Index Service. The GRI G4 Content Index Table is included in Section 3.7 of the 2015 Reference Document.
The 2015 indicators reflect the Group’s commitment to achieving excellence. Main indicators are summarized in the 2015 Activity and Sustainable Development Report:
A recognized commitment
Our commitment has been recognized through:
The sustainability leadership is also reflected by the inclusion of the Group in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) since 2001.
In 2016, the European CSR rating agency Vigeo Eiris included Technip in the indices Euronext Vigeo Eiris – Europe 120 and Eurozone 120 (the 120 most advanced companies in Europe and in the Eurozone region)
Technip strives to attract, develop and retain talent in order to be able to fill the majority of positions internally, up to the highest levels of management. In 2016, for the second year in a row, Technip has been certified as a Global Top Employer. Technip was also certified as a Top Employer in 24 countries and in three regions (Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America).
Technip is certified to the EDGE Standard, the global standard for workplace gender equality in Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, Malaysia, UAE, UK and USA. We are the first in the energy industry to be EDGE certified. This leading global independent certification underlines our commitment to Gender Diversity as one of our strategic priorities.
The Social Accountability 8000 (SA 8000) is a code of conduct for improving working conditions around the world. In 2015, Technip in Italy has received the SA 8000 certification for the 11th consecutive year.
In 2002, the Group signed the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, work standards, the environment and anti-corruption and applies its ten principles in all of its activities. Read Technip´s Communication on Progress.
In 2016, Technip received the Gold Class in the Sustainability Yearbook of RobecoSAM, confirming its status of sustainability leader in its industry.
Technip has been participating in CDP since 2011. In 2016 (ranked on an A to D- scale). Technip is in the top 29% of the 1800 companies assessed.
Our Charters and Policies
Technip’s core values are set out in six Charters regarding business ethics, social accountability, environmental protection, quality, health and safety and security. Approved by the Board of Directors, they provide objectives and guidelines that define the Group’s actions.