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FCC’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Master Plan approved

20/12/2017

FCC’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Master Plan approved

FCC’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Master Plan approved

FCC Group’s Board of Directors approved the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Master Plan for the 2020 horizon - previously approved by the Executive Committee – on 28 November.
In 2016 the Board approved FCC’s CSR policy to comply with the Limited Companies Law and following the recommendation of the CNMV Code of Good Governance for Companies. The fourth CSR Master Plan was approved to comply with the CSR policy and to meet the commitments to stakeholders. As with the policy, it is structured in three lines of action – connection with the public, intelligent services and exemplary behaviour – and is valid for three years, up to 2020.

FCC Group’s new CSR Master Plan was prepared from an in-depth analysis of social and environmental needs as well as medium and long term trends. New regulations, global challenges, identified in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Agenda 2020, the demands of our surroundings and a clear commitment to contribute value to FCC’s business, have marked the definition of the 15 action programmes in this the Group’s fourth CSR Master Plan.

The first of the axes, “FCC Connected,” incorporates four action programmes to strengthen the company’s ties with its closest surroundings and with society in general. These deserve its confidence and credit through value adding initiatives in matters of social action, dialogue and knowledge and experience transfer.

The second axis, “Smart Services,” seeks to contribute significantly to the fight against climate change and the reduction of the impact on the environment as well as our society. Innovation in sustainability and the company’s role in the new circular economy model are the leaders in the five programmes of this section of the Master Plan.

The last axis, “FCC Ethics,” presents an intra-company vision. Its purpose is to work jointly in the company culture, in giving the organisation exemplariness, competences, confidence and pride as well as mobilising all present and future employees around the Group’s strategic objectives.
 

To implement this Master Plan effectively and to comply with FCC’s CSR policy, there is a structure that guarantees and ensures the good governance of the plan. Approved by FCC’s Board, the plan will be supervised by the Executive Committee, enforced and controlled by the Group’s CSR Directorate and implemented by the corporate CSR Committee and the CSR and sustainability committees of FCC’s businesses.


Through this plan, FCC wishes to show its decision to respond firmly to the company’s responsibilities and commitments to society. The plan clarifies the Group’s road map for the near future in terms of sustainability and is a lever for credibility and confidence for clients, investors and employees.