International declarations on human rights recognise, as a legal principle, the universal equality between women and men, proclaimed also in the European Union and whose intention is to enrich society and to contribute to its economic development.
The effort devoted to the development and continuous improvement of health and safety management systems at Red Eléctrica in recent years has resulted in the consolidation of the Red Eléctrica Healthy Workplace Management Model and the establishment of a set of general management principles and guidelines designed to promote and protect the health, safety and well-being of its employees and the sustainability of the working environment.
The Annual Report on the Management of the Code of Ethics sets out the circumstances arising in relation to the corporate system for the management of ethics of the Red Eléctrica Group within the fiscal year: the operation of the whistle-blowing channel for enquiries and grievances, awareness campaigns, recognition received and measures to be promoted.
The commitment of Red Eléctrica to biodiversity has always been a key principle of its environmental policy and specifically it becomes evident in its biodiversity strategy and in a specific action plan that covers all the activities of the Company.
The report describes, beyond the established statutory requirements, the measures taken by the Company to achieve greater transparency and efficiency in the performance of the functions of the governing bodies and includes those aspects that are considered relevant in improving good governance of the Company.
This report contains the most relevant data regarding the Company's activity during the fiscal year: key figures, significant events, business activities, corporate management, Stock Market evolution and annual accounts.