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Stakeholders engagement

Sustainable growth over time is closely linked to the ability of the Group to identify and respond to changes in the market and in society. The identification, engagement, and thus enhancement of relations with stakeholders, and the entities or individuals that can reasonably be expected to affect the ability of the Group to successfully implement its strategies and achieve its objectives is, therefore, one of the primary aspects of the Group's strategy.

Establishing and maintaining a constant dialogue with stakeholders over time allows the Group to identify the most important sustainability issues and evaluate how to best integrate them in our industrial and management activities.


Constant dialogue promotes trust, creates mutual value, and supports the sustainable growth of the business in line with stakeholder expectations. For these reasons, Maire Tecnimont has identified and mapped its stakeholders, with the objective of defining the importance and the impact of their expectations on the Group's operations. The stakeholders' characteristics and main methods of engagement are:

Employees

  • Newsletter
  • Continuous communications and training programs
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Shareholders & Investors

  • Dialogue through the investor relations tool
  • Regular meetings, webcasts and conference calls
  • Regular financial updates

Technological Partners

  • Regular meetings
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Sub - Contractors and Suppliers

  • Organization of joint projects
  • Meetings and involvement in specific projects
  • Occasional knowledge exchange meetings (i.e. stamicarbon symposium)
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Business Partners

  • Commercial events
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Clients

  • Commercial events
  • Occasional knowledge exchange meetings (i.e. stamicarbon symposium)
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Professional / Category associations

  • Meetings, workshops, and participation in technical committees
  • Participation in industry associations, institutional working groups and public events

Local Organizations and Ngo

  • Institutional meetings
  • Active participation in the activities promoted by global compact

Local Communities

  • Social projects (i.e. Carawan seashore in Oman)
  • Formal instruments for managing complaints (complaint form)

Local Authorities & Governments

  • Institutional meetings
  • Responses to consultations, position papers, one-to-one meetings
Last update: 19/12/2018 06:58