Legrand Legrand

The 2011-2013 roadmap has 28 targets, for which the Group publishes an annual progress report. The roadmap was presented and approved by the Board of Directors at its May 2011 meeting.

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

ENVIRONMENT

SOCIAL

2011-2013

Commitments and targets

Progress*
(measured over three years)

 

Applying

ethical commitments on a day-to-day basis

85%

> Progressively structuring dialogue with Group stakeholders

 

58%

> Train the Group's Ethics Representatives on human rights and
combating corruption

 

100%

> Continue the training of Group staff on compliance with the Charter of
Fundamental Principles and the additional section on competition

 

Integrating

suppliers into the process

56%

> Expand supplier evaluation based on Sustainable Development criteria

 

66%

> Continue the training of Group purchasers on responsible purchasing

 

66%

> Formally inform suppliers and subcontractors of the Group's
expectations concerning the development of High Environmental
Performance products

Developing

products with Hight Environmental Performance

72%

> Comply with the requirements of the RoHS Directive, beyond its strict
scope of application, for all Group products

 

70%

> Exclude the use of REACH candidate substances for future product
developments whenever a technically and economically viable alternative
exists

 

49%

> Internationalise Product Environmental Profiles (PEPs) and
systematically make them available to all those involved in the building
sector

 

68%

> Increase the proportion of eco-design products in the Legrand Group's
product offering which present reduced environmental impact in a
multi-criteria lifecycle analysis

 

Limiting

The environmental impact of the group's activities

70%

> In a project for 2011-2012, recast the Group's carbon footprint computation
on the base of the international methodology of the GHG protocol.
Based on this footprint, decide on new progress areas for the Legrand
Climact project, taking into account the Group's growth targets

 

87%

> Systematically obtain ISO 14001 certification for the Group's industrial
sites, in particular new sites

 

66%

> Limit water consumption and waste production by getting industrial
sites newly joining the Group to apply Legrand best practice
and controlled environmental techniques

Investing

in its staff

 

Promote an active health & safety policy of risk
prevention in the framework of Esculape

 

100%

> Maintain consolidated health & safety indicators for over 95% of Group
staff (not including acquisitions within the last three years). Include new
Group entities, at the latest, in the third reporting exercise following
their joining the Group

 

100%

> Ensure that a formal risk assessment is carried out on at least 85% of
Group staff (not including acquisitions within the last three years)

 

97%

> Encourage a participatory health & safety approach by allowing over
85% of Group staff (not including acquisitions within the last three years)
to be represented by a Health & Safety Committee

 

86%

> Allow 75% of Group staff to benefit from a medical or paramedical
consultation at least every five years (not including acquisitions within
the last three years)

 

80%

> Ensure compliance with the Prevention Charter and promote it in new
  Group entities in the year following their acquisition

 

80%

> Draw up a Group directive on the prevention of musculoskeletal
disorders (MSDs)

 

 

Enhance human resources by developing the skills and
career-development opportunities of Legrand Group staff

 

100%

> Put together a new management-training programme suited to the
challenges and evolution of the Group by the end of 2012

 

100%

> Systematize the management of Group talent, in particular by managing
90% of the Group's key positions by the end of 2013

 

79%

> Allow 90% of Group managers to benefit from an individual appraisal
review by the end of 2014

 

 

Successfully implement change management
in industrial developments

 

66%

> Improve social dialogue in a globalised context in which change
is increasingly rapid

 

 

Promote diversity among staff and prevent any
form of discrimination

 

66%

> Raise awareness and train staff on the principle of non-discrimination

 

66%

> Ensure that the Group's HR procedures comply with the
principle of non-discrimination and equal opportunities

 

33%

> Encourage the feminisation of Group management and guarantee
better working conditions for women
Specifically: at least 25% of manager recruitments in France will be
women in 2011, 30% in 2012 and 35% in 2013

 

Developing

access to electricity

66%

> Strengthen the partnership with Electriciens sans frontières
(Electricians Without Borders)

 

66%

> Pursue specific initiatives linked to electrification programmes

 
 

* Progress in the achievement of targets is calculated over the lifetime of the roadmap. Accordingly, 66% progress two years after the roadmap started means that the Group is on track to achieve the target at the end of 2013.

 

Efficacité énergétique

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Assistance à l'autonomie

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