2017 Saipem Sustainability Report
"This is our vision: to be a leader in making the future of our markets sustainable."
Stefano Cao, Saipem CEO
Saipem of tomorrow
The Chairman and the CEO messages focus on the role of the Saipem of tomorrow in creating value according to the evolution of global scenarios.
Saipem's way to identify sustainability priorities, matters that are meaningful for our capacity to create long-term value, according to stakeholders evaluation.
to the UN Global Compact and SDGs
Respecting and promoting the UNGC’s Ten Principles and Sustainable Development Goals.
How we approach our stakeholders and engage them in order to meet their needs and expectations.
Saipem’s commitment, 2017 results and 2018 objectives for our relevant issues.
Quantifying Saipem’s contribution and measuring our overall business impacts.
A real value at Saipem and a key part of our business model.
100% of Saipem’s Group relevant entities covered by ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certifications.
years of Leadership in Health & Safety
10 years of LiHS, more than 17,000 activities carried out and around 200,000 people involved.
A value of 0.51 TRIFR (Total Recordable Incident Frequency Rate) recorded.
Safe operations, asset integrity and process safety
Efficient asset management is a key element for business success.
Development of a new Asset Integrity Management System.
Development and launch of the upgraded version of the Vessel HSE Case.
Definition of asset integrity KPIs for specific Divisions.
Anti-Corruption and ethical business practices
Business ethics is the only acceptable option.
Delivery of training on the OM&C Model, Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption and refresher courses.
79% of subsidiaries covered by the OM&C Model, Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption training.
of joint ventures
100% of JVs covered by the OM&C Model, Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption training.
Human and labour rights
Saipem is a responsible employer promoting positive behaviour also outside its own operative boundaries.
SUBCONTRACTOR AND EMPLOYMENT AGENCY REPRESENTATIVES
Training on human and labour rights reached more than 500 HR personnel from subcontractors and employment agencies.
HR MANAGERS AND COORDINATORS
Training programme on human and labour rights delivered to more than 30 Saipem HR managers and coordinators.
of vendors audited
88% of vendors audited on human and labour rights in high risk countries.
Ethical supply chain
Vendors are key players and a sustainable supply chain is a prerogative of Saipem’s business and our success.
Continuation of supply chain social responsibility campaign.
Delivery of the internal human rights and supply chain programme involving more than 100 employees.
Around 100 vendor qualification questionnaires on labour rights analysed.
Technology and operational innovation
Innovation as a strategic leverage for Saipem.
R&D expenditure was 31 million euros in 2017.
30 new patents filed in 2017 and around 2,350 patents in force.
Overall innovation expenditure was over 55 million euros in 2017.
We are constantly committed to the containment of GHG emissions.
Energy assessments performed for relevant vessels.
TONNES OF CO2 SAVED
More than 2,800 tonnes of CO2 saved due to energy efficiency initiatives.
Organisation of the Saipem Sustainability Vision workshop on the evolution of global business scenarios addressed to the BoD.
Spill prevention and response
Prevention is by far the most important and efficient weapon to avoid polluting the environment.
Completion of the oil spill mapping for relevant offshore construction and drilling fleets.
Oil and chemical mapping process extended to yards.
More than 13,000 training man-hours delivered on spill management issues.
Water management and pollution
Preservation of natural resources and proactive water saving and reuse are key objectives for us.
Implementation of multiple water reutilisation systems.
Implementation of the Administration’s required system of the BWM Convention on Ballast Water Treatment on Castorone.
The total recycled water is 1.2 mln m3.
AND SOCIAL IMPACT MANAGEMENT
The proper management of significant environmental and social aspects and of the impacts deriving from them is increasingly becoming a hallmark of our activities and projects in challenging contexts.
Human capital and its development are key elements for ensuring lasting competitive success.
Deployment of the Leadership Model.
Implementation of various initiatives and programmes to map, assess and develop personnel competence.
MILLION TRAINING MAN-HOURS
More than 1.9 million training man-hours delivered to employees and subcontractors.
A reinforced commitment to spreading a positive health culture and increasing awareness at all Saipem worksites.
Continue promoting and consolidating a positive health culture among workers.
Pre-Travel Counselling Programme extended to all Saipem personnel working or travelling abroad.
More than 7,000 non-immune employees attended Malaria Awareness Sessions.