Issued by FCC Construcci'n SA
The 2006 update is the most complete version containing priority lines for action in areas of corporate social responsibility for 2008
FCC Construcción has updated its 2005-2006 Sustainability Report in accordance with the G3 international standard of the Global Reporting Initiative. According to this guide, the company has obtained the A+ application level.
The company has undertaken to publish its report biennually with an update being published in alternating years for the information of all stakeholders.
The Entorno Foundation has collaborated in preparing this report which has been verified by an independent third party, AENOR.
The 2006 update is the most complete version containing priority lines for action in areas of corporate social responsibility for 2008: the choice of sustainable building materials, the efficient use of natural resources, health and safety issues, innovation, energy efficiency, employment rights, the reduction of nuisance caused by building work and social action.
Main actions in 2006 included:
A focus on accident prevention at work, resulting in accident statistics below the sector average
The creation of over 1,800 jobs in 2006
The integration of disadvantaged groups, for which the company has signed an agreement with Adecco
Care for the environment
Complying with the ISO 14001 standard and using its environmental management system in all projects
Collaboration with society by sharing knowledge and through support for cultural, social and sports programmes, to which the company dedicated over €1.5 million last year
FCC Construcción is a leading construction company in Spain with activities in America and Western & Eastern Europe, working in civil engineering and building and with over 24,000 employees. In 2006 it had a turnover of €4,395 million with a net operating profit of €241 million.
The report can be viewed and downloaded from www.fccco.es/docs/ficheros/200710250002_9_0.pdf (English) or www.fccco.es/docs/ficheros/200710250001_9_0.pdf (Spanish).
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