In accordance with French law no. 2017-399 of March 27, 2017 on the duty of vigilance of parent companies and ordering companies, Eramet publishes a vigilance plan setting out how the Group meets the requirements of this legislation (human rights and fundamental freedoms, health and safety, serious environmental damage). The scope of this plan covers all the Group's entities (parent company and directly or indirectly controlled companies) and their suppliers and subcontractors. This scope is described in the chapter of the Group's Universal Registration Document devoted to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the Extra-Financial Performance Statement.
Eramet's vigilance plan was published in the Reference Document 2017. Since then, it has been included each year in that publication, together with its implementation report linked to Eramet's annual Extra-Financial Performance Statement.
Consult our publications by clicking on the links below:
- Vigilance plan - 2019 Universal Registration Document
- Vigilance plan - 2018 Registration Document
- Vigilance plan - 2017 Registration Document
The Eramet Group is attentive to the expectations of its stakeholders with regard to its plan. You can send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of its ethics and compliance approach, Eramet has deployed a professional alert system that is accessible to all employees and external stakeholders. The system is available in thirteen languages in the 24 countries where the Group operates. It guarantees protection, total confidentiality and anonymity to any whistleblower as defined under the law.
100% of mining sites now have a complaints management mechanism that complies with IFC (International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group) expectations.
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