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Impacts identified in terms of sustainability

Among the initiatives that Red Eléctrica has undertaken within the framework for responsible supply chain management, noteworthy is the identification, in greater detail, of the sustainability impacts of our supplies (mainly services) and, therefore, of the requirements associated to such impacts resulting thereof.

As a result of this initiative, 17 types of impact on sustainability have been identified: 7 in the field of ethics and working conditions, 4 in the field of occupational health and safety and 6 regarding the natural environment.

After assessing the probability of occurrence and the magnitude of each of the impacts, an impact matrix associated with our supplies is obtained. This matrix, which will be updated periodically, helps us continue identifying initiatives that mitigate said impacts and, as a consequence, establish more demanding requirements for our suppliers.

Impacts regarding ethics and working conditions

 

YellowImpacts regarding ethics and working conditions

  • E1. Corruption and bribery.
  • E2. Appropriation/misuse of information.
  • E3. Discrimination/inequality.
  • E4. Violation of the fundamental rights of the worker.
  • E5. Lack of ethics in remuneration.
  • E6. Impact on the well-being of the community.
  • E7. Legislative/regulatory non-compliance in social and work-related matters.

OrangeImpacts regarding occupational health and safety

  • L1. Accidents in the workplace.
  • L2. Occupational illnesses.
  • L3. Inadequate training/experience/information.
  • L4. Legislative/regulatory non-compliance related to occupational health and safety.

GreenImpacts regarding the environment

  • M1. Impact on biodiversity.
  • M2. Impact on soil and water.
  • M3. Climate change and air quality.
  • M4. Generation of non-hazardous waste.
  • M5. Generation of hazardous waste.
  • M6. Non-compliance with environmental legislation/regulations.