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De.Ol. collaborates with the Polytechnic of Bari to evaluate his corporate sustainability
De.Ol. S.r.l. believes more and more important to respond to the growing need to operate in a sustainable manner and contribute directly to the achievement of a global economy, in which companies can manage their own performance in a responsible and transparent way.
Thanks to the collaboration with the Polytechnic of Bari and in particular students of the last year of Management Engineering, Gianluca Battista, Daniela Capriuolo, Claudia Curci, Euprepio Gabriel Vecchio, coordinated by Professor Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo during the course of Business and Sustainability, it was realized the De.Ol. Materiality Matrix.
This matrix is a tool used to identify the Material Aspects, that are the most significant aspects of sustainability that have most impact on the assessments and decisions of the company and its stakeholders in terms of environmental, social and economic subjects.
The process used for the construction of the matrix follows the guidelines of GRI - G4 (2013), that is the Global Reporting Initiative, the leading organization in the field of sustainability and provides guidelines for the preparation of a social report.
So the matrix, using an aggregation method which consists of interviews, surveys and methods of decision support, summarizes the opinions of company and stakeholders regarding certain selected aspects, highlighting the most important.
Stakeholders who have contributed richly to the project were:
• Customers: Ripamonti, Nextra;
• Suppliers: Tecnoacciai, Sicamcentro, T & D Turning, Icosystems;
• Employees: Welders, Production Manager, Maintenance ICT.
Attached to the news you can view the results of this work, which is the materiality matrix with the related explanations.
Pubblicato il: 31 March 2015
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