The process of defining important aspects in the Budimex Group was initiated in 2012 as part of comprehensive audit conducted among key managers. It based on the guidelines of the standard PN-ISO 26000 and concerned the analysis with indication of key areas of the Group's responsibility. One year later, the selected areas were re-verified in terms of environmental and financial aspects and then developed by the CSR Committee established in 2013. The areas have been also strongly emphasised in the CSR Strategy for 2016-2020. The Strategy is settled in the report, which refers directly to the areas of the Strategy. These areas are monitored by the CSR Committee and they would be modified in the event of significant changes in the business model or environment. The results of publicly available research, forecasts and statistics on the construction sector, the opinions of workers, the conclusions of the Steering Committee of the "Agreement for Safety in Construction" are used for their analysis.
The Management Board of Budimex S.A. decided that, for the purpose of this report, there was no need to repeat the significance test, since, as compared to 2019, no important changes in this respect have occurred. Such issues as accident rates, cooperation with subcontractors, biodiversity are still most often indicated by stakeholders. This is due to the existing scope of the Group’s business activities and thus its unchanged environmental and social impact.
The list of key issues for the activities of the Budimex Group includes:
employment conditions, occupational health and safety (OHS)
influence on local environment and biodiversity
unethical conduct prevention
quality and safety of construction facilities
reasonable use of resources and minimising environmental pollution
Based on the previously mentioned materiality analysis, the materiality of individual aspects is as follows:
|Social or environmental aspect||Impact aspects and GRI indicators||Budimex Group|
|employment conditions, occupational health and safety (OHS)||
|influence on local environment and biodiversity||
|unethical conduct prevention,||
|quality and safety of construction||
|reasonable use of resources and minimising environmental pollution||