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Dialogues with stakeholders


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To enhance the transparency and accountability of ROSATOM, representatives of major stakeholders are involved in the preparation of the Report through discussions about the significant aspects of the Corporation’s activities and the disclosure of these activities in the Report being prepared, as well as for the participation in the public assurance of the Report. The above-mentioned procedures are regulated by the following international standards: АА1000SES Institute of Social and Ethical Accountability, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI, G4 version), <IR> International Framework.

When preparing the previous Report, ROSATOM undertook obligations, most of which were fulfilled in the 2012 Report, with some of the obligations undertaken for 2013.

Table. Fulfilment of the obligations undertaken in the preparation of the 2012 report

Stakeholder proposalsObligations of the CorporationFulfilment of the obligations
To prepare in 2012 data on the safety aspects in the context of the impact of the human factor and associated corporate safety culture and staffing issues and to give it a priority in the 2013 report. To be considered during the conceptualisation of the 2013 Report.

The information requested has been entered in the Report sections “Management of human capital” and “Nuclear and radiation safety”.

Other top-priority issues have been approved by the Committee for the Report.

To disclose in the report information on the approaches used in the design and construction of small NPPs (including as far as safety is concerned). To be considered during the conceptualisation of the 2013 Report. The information requested has been entered in the section “Capital construction and engineering” in the draft report submitted for the public consultations on 11.06.2014.
To add efficiency disclosures for the Corporation’s scientific and innovation activities to ROSATOM’s system of reporting disclosures and to discuss proposals on the introduction of new integral disclosures to cover the intellectual capital management issues. To be taken into account as part of improving the system of industry performance indicators. Completed.
To review, when conceptualising the 2013 report, the possibility of disclosing information on the creation of the flowchart roadmap (in 2012, the business plans of the divisions were defended and the technology strategies of divisions were reviewed; still only the strategy of radiation technologies has been adopted, with the basic flowchart components to be developed and discussed with the industry’s scientific community until 1 June 2013). To be considered during the conceptualisation of the 2013 Report. Due to the absence of standardised reporting information on all divisions, the proposal will be reviewed in the preparation of future reports.
To disclose in the Report the involvement of foreign companies in the activities of ROSATOM in the territory of Russia, specifically in the structure of contractor organisations and procurement. To be considered during the conceptualisation of the 2013 Report. As the result of stakeholder questioning, no procurement policy was identified as a major issue to be disclosed in the Report. At the same time, there are many other communications in the respective field within the Corporation.
For promoting the Report, presentations of the Report shall be conducted at the Federal assembly, as well as in regions, including at youth parliaments. The proposal will be reviewed by the Public Reporting Committee. The issue will be resolved in August or September 2014 during the development of the 2013 public annual report promotion strategy.
To get students of the Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute involved in the discussion of the draft report. The proposal will be reviewed by the Public Reporting Committee. The issue will be resolved in August or September 2014 during the development of the 2013 public annual report promotion strategy.

Fig. Stakeholder engagement in the process of the 2013 report preparation

To enhance the transparency and accountability of ROSATOM, as well as to meet the requirements of the АА1000 series international standards, four dialogues with stakeholders were conducted in the process of Report preparation.

The dialogues were attended by deputy CEOs, directors of departments, project leaders and experts in the field concerned. On behalf of the stakeholders, the participants in the event were representatives of international nuclear organisations and major companies in other industry sectors, the Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service, federal and regional state power bodies, local self-government bodies, ROSATOM’s key organisations, public and non-profit organisations, educational establishments, environmental and research organisations, business associations, corporate management experts, members of the Corporation’s Public Board, and participants in the Russian Regional Integrated Reporting Network.

As part of determining the content of the Report, the stakeholder representatives were questioned during the first dialogue to identify the material aspects of the Corporation’s activities to be disclosed in the Report (see Appendix 5).

In the process of discussion, the stakeholder representatives voiced requests and specific recommendations for any information to be disclosed in the annual report, as well as proposals with respect to the development of the public reporting system (the minutes of the dialogues are available at the Communications Department upon request).





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