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Omissions External Assurance 
STRATEGY AND ANALYSIS
G4-1 Welcome from our CEO Not applicable  
G4-2 Materiality Analysis Not applicable  
ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE
G4-3 Salini Impregilo S.p.A. Not applicable  
G4-4 Business Areas Not applicable  
G4-5 Milan, Italy Not applicable  
G4-6 Worldwide countries where the organisation operates
List of significant operations covered in the report: Methodological note
Not applicable  
G4-7 Salini Impregilo S.p.A. is a joint-stock company, with shares listed on the Italian Stock Exchange, subject to direction and coordination of Salini Costruttori S.p.A.. Not applicable  
G4-8 Geographic breakdown and sectors served: see G4-4 and G4-6. Salini Impregilo works with a diverse range of clients: mainly public bodies, local administrations and large public service companies, as well as major private companies and industrial organisations. Not applicable  
G4-9 Profile
For net revenues and total capitalisation broken down in terms of debt and equity please refer to the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements (Financial Reports)
Not applicable  
G4-10 Performance data (social performance)
With respect to the employment contracts, 81% of personnel had permanent contracts, while the remaining 19% had temporary ones. With respect to employment types, part-time contracts are not material within the Company as almost all personnel have full-time contracts.
Not applicable  
G4-11 All personnel have contractual recourse to a form of collective agreement. 79% of direct workforce is covered by site-specific collective agreements. Not applicable  
G4-12 Fostering a strong supply chain Not applicable  
G4-13 For these information please refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html Not applicable  
G4-14 Protecting the Environment Not applicable  
G4-15 Our Sustainability Model (UN Global Compact) Not applicable  
G4-16 The Group participates to the following associations: Assonime, IGI-Istituto Grandi Infrastrutture, Assafrica e Mediterraneo, ITCOLD, Unindustria. Not applicable  
IDENTIFIED MATERIAL ASPECTS AND BOUNDARIES
G4-17 For the list of entities included in the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements please refer to that document, p. 240 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html). For the entities covered by this report please refer to Methodological note Not applicable  
G4-18 Methodological note (process for defining the report content and aspect boundaries) Not applicable  
G4-19 Methodological note (Salini Impregilo priority topics and related GRI G4 material issues)  Not applicable  
G4-20 Methodological note Not applicable  
G4-21 Methodological note  Not applicable  
G4-22 Methodological note  Not applicable  
G4-23 Methodological note Not applicable  
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
G4-24 Our Sustainability Model Not applicable  
G4-25 Our Sustainability Model Not applicable  
G4-26 Our Sustainability Model Not applicable  
G4-27 Our Sustainability Model, Promoting Fair Relations Not applicable  
REPORT PROFILE
G4-28 2015 calendar year Not applicable  
G4-29 July 2015  Not applicable  
G4-30 Annual  Not applicable  
G4-31 sustainability@salini-impregilo.com  Not applicable  
G4-32 Salini Impregilo has chosen the “Comprehensive” option for this report. For the external assurance report please refer to Download Not applicable  
G4-33 Download (Independent Auditors Report) Not applicable  
GOVERNANCE
G4-34 Ensuring Transparent Governance Not applicable  
G4-35 Our Sustainability Model (Our policies and guidelines)    
G4-36 For HSE, compliance and anti-corruption issues executive positions have been appointed. They periodically report to the Board of Directors and/or its committees.    
G4-37 The Integrity Board collects information through the surveillance activities carried out by the Compliance department, as well as recommendations and grievances directly received by internal and external stakeholders, periodically informing the Board of Directors.     
G4-38 Board of Directors    
G4-39 The Chair of the Board of Directors is not executive.    
G4-40 Ensuring Transparent Governance. For more information please refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, p. 18-22 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html    
G4-41 Ensuring Transparent Governance. For more information please refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, p. 18-22 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html    
G4-42 Mission statements, strategies, policies and goals are approved by the Board of Directors, usually based on proposals of the Top management.     
G4-43 Ensuring Transparent Governance     
G4-44 Refer to the Report on Remuneration Policy (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html    
G4-45 Risks management activities are supervised by the Control and Risk Committee, which periodically reports to the Board of Directors. For more information, refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, p. 30 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)       
G4-46 Risks management activities are supervised by the Control and Risk Committee, which periodically reports to the Board of Directors. For more information, refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, p. 30 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)       
G4-47 Risks management activities are supervised by the Control and Risk Committee, which periodically reports to the Board of Directors. For more information, refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, p. 30 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)       
G4-48 The sustainability report is reviewed and approved by the CEO, and presented to the Board of Directors. Material Aspect coverage is checked by the senior management, as explained at Materiality Analysis    
G4-49 See G4-37 and G4-50.     
G4-50 Potential critical concerns are periodically communicated to the Board of Directors by the Integrity Board. Significant ones are reported in the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements, p. 50 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html).    
G4-51 Refer to the Report on Remuneration Policy (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)      
G4-52 Refer to the Report on Remuneration Policy (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)      
G4-53 Refer to the Report on Remuneration Policy (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html)      
G4-54 In 2015 the ratio of the remunerations of the highest-paid employees to the median ones in the significant countries of operation were the following: 2.9 times in Denmark, 5.1 in Ethiopia, 12.1 in Italy, 2.9 in Qatar, 2.7 in Saudi Arabia and 3.1 in Venezuela.      
G4-55 In 2015 the ratio of percentage increase or decrease in salaries of the highest paid employees compared to median employees in major countries of operation were: +13% in Denmark, +46% in Ethiopia, -3% in Italy, +16% in Qatar, - 29% in Saudi Arabia, +4% in Venezuela.     
ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
G4-56 Conducting Business with integrity Not applicable  
G4-57 Conducting Business with integrity     
G4-58 Conducting Business with integrity     
CATEGORY: ECONOMIC
MATERIAL ASPECT: ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
G4-DMA Materiality Analysis. Refer to the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html).    
G4-EC1 Building shared growth    
G4-EC2 Building a Sustainable future    
G4-EC3 Refer to the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements, p. 189, p. 165 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html).     
G4-EC4 Refer to the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements, p. 189, p. 165 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html).     
MATERIAL ASPECT: MARKET PRESENCE
G4-DMA Building shared growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EC5 On average the entry level wages compared to local minimum ones are equal to +7% at the Group level, +0.6% at Central and South American operations, +45% at European operations and +11% at Middle East and Asian operations.      
G4-EC6 Building shared growth. On average, the management hired from the local community is equal to 85% in Europe, 33% in North America, while in Central and South America, Africa, Middle East and Asia is 0%.      
MATERIAL ASPECT: INDIRECT ECONOMIC IMPACTS
G4-DMA Building shared growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EC7 Building shared growth     
G4-EC8 Building shared growth     
MATERIAL ASPECT: PROCUREMENT PRACTICES
G4-DMA Building shared growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EC9 Building shared growth    
CATEGORY: ENVIRONMENTAL
MATERIAL ASPECT: MATERIALS
G4-DMA Building a Sustainable future (challenges), Protecting the Environment (environmental management), Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN1 Performance data (environmental performance)    
G4-EN2 KPI summary     
MATERIAL ASPECT: ENERGY
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN3 Performance data (environmental performance). Methodologies and conversion factors used are reported at Methodological note    
G4-EN4 Performance data (environmental performance). Methodologies and conversion factors used are reported at Methodological note    
CRE1 Building energy intensity is not reported, because this Standard Disclosure is not applicable to Salini Impregilo as it operates only in the construction sector, while the indicator refers to real estate activities (i.e. management and occupation of buildings)    
G4-EN5 KPI summary. The energy intensity ratio is calculated considering the total energy consumed both inside and outside the Group (numerator) and the operating revenues (denominator).      
G4-EN6 Protecting the Environment. The energy source reduced is mainly diesel, while the total reduction was equal to 72,425 GJ.    
G4-EN7 Protecting the Environment      
MATERIAL ASPECT: WATER
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN8 Performance data (environmental performance)     
G4-EN9 Five water sources were significantly affected by the Group’s withdrawal in the period, all of which were ground waters. None of them are located in protected areas, used by local communities nor interested by endemic or protected species.      
G4-EN10 Protecting the Environment     
CRE2 Building water intensity is not reported because this Standard Disclosure is not applicable to Salini Impregilo, as it operates only in the construction sector, while the indicator refers to real estate activities (i.e. management and occupation of buildings)    
MATERIAL ASPECT: BIODIVERSITY
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN11 In 2015 the projects’ areas managed were equal to 606.7 million m2, 0.1% of whom is located inside protected areas, 1.1% is adjacent to protected areas and the remaining 98.8% is not interested by protected areas.     
G4-EN12 Protecting the Environment      
G4-EN13 Protecting the Environment      
G4-EN14 33% of the sites included in the report are interested by the presence of endemic and protected species. In managing our operations at these sites, we take care of 30 species included into the IUCN red list and 6 species included in other national or international conservation lists.       
MATERIAL ASPECT: EMISSIONS
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN15 Performance data (environmental performance). Methodologies and emission factors used are reported at Methodological note    
G4-EN16 Performance data (environmental performance). Methodologies and emission factors used are reported at Methodological note    
G4-EN17 Performance data (environmental performance). Methodologies and emission factors used are reported at Methodological note    
CRE3 Greenhouse gas emissions intensity from buildings is not reported because this Standard Disclosure is not applicable to Salini Impregilo, as it operates only in the construction sector, while the indicator refers to real estate activities (i.e. management and occupation of buildings)    
CRE4 KPI summary. GHG emission intensity ratio is calculated considering the total GHG emission deriving from fuels, electricity and subcontractors’ activities (Scope 1, 2 and part of 3 - numerator) and the operating revenues (denominator).      
G4-EN18 KPI summary. GHG emission intensity ratio is calculated considering the total GHG emission deriving from fuels, electricity and subcontractors’ activities (Scope 1, 2 and part of 3 - numerator) and the operating revenues (denominator).    
G4-EN19 Protecting the Environment      
G4-EN20 Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS) are not reported because this Standard Disclosure is not applicable to Salini Impregilo, as it does not use ODS in its main processes, but only for ancillary services (not material) such as some cooling systems at offices and accommodation.     
G4-EN21 Performance data (environmental performance). Air emissions are calculated based on the diesel consumptions for electricity generation and the specific emission factors of the generators mainly used at our sites.        
MATERIAL ASPECT: EFFLUENTS AND WASTE
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN22 In 2015 were discharged 27.7 million m3 of wastewater, 70% of which were sent to rivers, 18% to lakes, 9% to soil/subsoil and 3% in sewage systems.         
G4-EN23 Performance data (environmental performance)    
G4-EN24 In 2015 we had no spills.    
G4-EN25 3 tonnes of hazardous waste were shipped internationally in 2015, all of them departed from Greece.    
G4-EN26 Four water sources were significantly affected by the Group’s discharges in the period, three of which were a river and one was sea. Three of them are located in protected areas, none is used by local communities and three of them are interested by endemic or protected species.    
CRE5 In 2015 we remediated 6,700 m3 of land, assessed for remediation 455 m3 (not yet remediated) and identified 72 m3 of land potentially contaminated (not yet assessed).    
MATERIAL ASPECT: COMPLIANCE
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN29 In 2014 we received 7 non-monetary sanctions for environmental matters and 17,000 € of fines.     
MATERIAL ASPECT: TRANSPORT
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN30 Protecting the Environment. GHG emissions from transport were equal to 446,580 tonnes of CO2 eq., of which 324,207 tonnes were from direct fleets (Scope 1) and 373 tonnes from sub-contractors’ fleets, business travel and goods shipping (Scope 3).     
MATERIAL ASPECT: OVERALL
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN31 Performance data (environmental performance)    
MATERIAL ASPECT: SUPPLIER ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
G4-DMA Performance data (environmental performance), Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN32 16% of the new suppliers were screened against environmental criteria.     
G4-EN33 In the period 32% of subcontractors monitored for environmental issues received non-conformities and related improvement programmes, while 1% of contracts were terminated. Apart from impacts deriving from sub-contractors, other less significant environmental impacts result from the production of the cement we purchase. We do not have any opportunities to intervene, due to its manufacturing process.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: ENVIRONMENTAL GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS
G4-DMA Protecting the Environment, Materiality Analysis    
G4-EN34 57 environmental grievances were addressed in the period, 48 of which were resolved in the year. In addition, 10 grievances received in previous years were resolved in 2015.    
CATEGORY: SOCIAL
SUB-CATEGORY: LABOR PRACTICES AND DECENT WORK
MATERIAL ASPECT: EMPLOYMENT
G4-DMA Developing People for growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA1 In 2015 9,729 new employees were hired (32% of total employees), of which 4,921 were under 30 years old, 4,210 between 30 and 50 years old and 598 over 50 years old (801 women and 8,928 men) distributed as follows by region: 40% in Africa, 35% in Middle East & Asia, 17% in Europe and 1% in Oceania. In the period, 11,983 employees left the company (39% of total employees). Nevertheless this data has not been considered material as at operating sites people vary during the year according to the projects’ stages. A most balanced view is given by the people that left the company for resignations. In 2015 they were 2,009 (7% of the total employees), of which 895 were under 30 years old, 955 between 30 and 50 years old and 159 over 50 years old (144 women and 1,865 men). They were distributed as follows by region: 39% in Africa, 25% in Central & South America, 18% in Middle East & Asia, 17% in Europe and 2% in Oceania.    
G4-LA2 At Salini Impregilo part-time and temporary employees are present only at headquarters; they receive the same benefits as full-time and permanent employees.     
G4-LA3 Since personnel at operating sites are almost exclusively men, parental leave is material only at headquarters. All personnel at headquarters are entitled to parental leave (584 employees, of which 207 are women and 377 men). Of these, eleven women took parental leave in 2015, seven women returned to work after parental leave ended and four women were still employed twelve months after their return to work.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: LABOUR/MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA4 The minimum notice period for communicating significant changes in Salini Impregilo’s activities is a legally fixed period, recognised in the collective contracts and local laws of reference. It varies from two to 32 weeks for managers, from one to 12 for staff and workers.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
G4-DMA Promoting health and safety, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA5 64% of direct employees are represented in formal joint management-worker health and safety or HSE committees.    
G4-LA6 Promoting health and safety, Performance data (social performance). In 2015 the main types of injuries occurred were wounds, contusions, and fractures. The main body parts affected were hands, head and trunk. The main agents that caused injuries were materials and other substances, working environment and equipment. Despite rigorous risk analyses and management procedures, in the period five casualities occurred. The absentee rate was equal to 0.9% (1.3% in Africa, 0.6% in South America, 0% in North America, 1.6% in Europe and 0.3% in Middle East and Asia). The Occupational disease rate was equal to 0.12.    
CRE6 The organisation operates an internally and externally verified health and safety management system compliant with OHSAS 18001 standard.     
G4-LA7 Activities carried out by Salini Impregilo expose personnel to the common health risks present in the construction industry, namely back pain and musculoskeletal disorders, deafness and diseases related to breathing apparatus.    
G4-LA8 The International Framework Agreement with the Italian and International Construction Unions signed in 2014 cover also health and safety for the entire workforce worldwide. In addition, 30% of direct workforce is also covered by site-specific H&S agreements with local unions. They cover issues such as personal protective equipment and training (100% of them), the right to refuse unsafe work (100% of them), training and education and periodic inspection (78% of them), complaint mechanisms (56% of them), KPIs (44% of them).    
MATERIAL ASPECT: TRAINING AND EDUCATION
G4-DMA Developing People for growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA9 Performance data (social performance). Since personnel at operating sites are almost exclusively men, the breakdown of training hours by gender is not material.    
G4-LA10 Performance data (social performance).    
G4-LA11 In the period the personnel operating at the headquarters did not received a performance evaluation. Nevertheless, in 2015, Salini Impregilo launched a Performance Management pilot programme for approximately 120 key people that will receive a performance evaluation during 2016.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA12 Please refer to the 2015 Corporate Governance Report, section 4.2 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/governance/corporate-governance-report.html). Performance data (social performance).     
MATERIAL ASPECT: EQUAL REMUNERATION FOR WOMEN AND MEN
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA13 In 2015 at headquarters the ratio of remunerations of women to men were equal to 81% for managers and 83% for staff. No workers were employed at headquarters.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: SUPPLIER ASSESSMENT FOR LABOR PRACTICES
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA14 31% of new suppliers were screened against labour practices and human rights criteria (health and safety mainly).     
G4-LA15 In the period, 12% of subcontractors monitored for labour practices and human rights issues received non-conformities and related improvement programmes, while 0.04% of contracts were terminated.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: LABOUR PRACTICES GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-LA16 6,278 labour practice (including health and safety and human rights, if any) grievances were addressed in the period, 6,216 of which were resolved in the year. The great majority of them were received by the consortium involved in the realization of new Panama Canal from workers for a problem occurred to the payroll system, successfully resolved in the period. In addition, 74 grievances received in previous years were resolved in 2015.    
SUB-CATEGORY: HUMAN RIGHTS
MATERIAL ASPECT: INVESTMENT
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR1 At Salini Impregilo, significant contracts with sub-contractors include human rights clauses. We require our sub-contractors to respect the same standards we apply to our direct workforce, through special clauses included in their contracts.    
G4-HR2 The entire workforce receives induction training on ethics at hiring, including human rights. In 2015, about 7,900 training hours were provided to the workforce on these issues.     
MATERIAL ASPECT: NON-DISCRIMINATION
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR3 In 2015, no cases of harassment were reported.      
MATERIAL ASPECT: FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR4 There are two countries of operation (Qatar and Saudi Arabia) where freedom of association and collective bargaining rights are restricted by local laws and no alternative legal means to consult and engage personnel exist. In these circumstances, we adopt an approach aimed at allowing employees to feel free to contact HR representatives for any problem, query or questions.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: CHILD LABOUR
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR5 We do not have any risk factors regarding child labour because, worldwide – and regardless of local rules on minimum working age – we only hire personnel over the age of eighteen years.     
MATERIAL ASPECT: FORCED OR COMPULSORY LABOUR
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR6 We do not use forced or compulsory labour in our operations and require all our sub-contractors to apply the same rule.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: SECURITY PRACTICES
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR7 Promoting employee well-being. All our internal security personnel receive induction training on ethics (including human rights) at hiring, while training for security personnel provided by local authorities and external providers is the responsibility of their employers. However, our security managers strictly collaborate with them to arrange procedures and practices to be applied on site.     
MATERIAL ASPECT: INDIGENOUS RIGHTS
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR8 No incidents of violations involving the rights of indigenous peoples were reported in the period.      
MATERIAL ASPECT: ASSESSMENT
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR9 All the operating sites covered by this report carried out a human rights impact assessment in the period.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: SUPPLIER HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT
G4-DMA Fostering a strong supply chain, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR10 31% of new suppliers were screened against labour practices and human rights criteria (health and safety mainly).     
G4-HR11 In the period, 12% of subcontractors monitored for labour practices and human rights issues received non-conformities and related improvement programmes, while 0.04% of contracts were terminated.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: HUMAN RIGHTS GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS
G4-DMA Promoting employee well-being, Materiality Analysis    
G4-HR12 For grievances received by workers and clients please refer to G4-LA16, while for those received by communities please refer to G4-SO11.    
SUB-CATEGORY: SOCIETY
MATERIAL ASPECT: LOCAL COMMUNITIES
G4-DMA Building shared growth, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO1 In carrying out our operations, we take care of our local communities, being committed to minimizing any adverse impacts on them. For 24% of our projects social impact assessments is part of contractual requirements while for the remaining ones it is a client’s responsibility. Moreover, 31% of our projects have formal local community grievance systems in place, 24% of them have formal community consultation processes in place, 14% have formalised stakeholder engagement plans and 12% have community development programmes in place. However, all our projects have systems in place (in the form of public relations offices, dedicated phone lines, e-mail addresses and mail boxes managed by the Group, by its clients or jointly) to receive and deal with grievances and concerns raised from external stakeholders.     
G4-SO2 Our main impacts on local communities are related to noise, dust and traffic, use of natural resources potentially used also by communities (e.g. water) and land degradation during the work activities.      
CRE7 At two of our operating sites, there were displacement plans in place and at none of them Salini Impregilo was involved in the activities. For this reason, the Company does not know the total number of people displaced and/or resettled.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: ANTI-CORRUPTION
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO3 Conducting Business with integrity    
G4-SO4 Conducting Business with integrity    
G4-SO5 No confirmed incidents of corruption occurred in the reporting period.      
MATERIAL ASPECT: PUBLIC POLICY
G4-DMA Materiality Analysis. As stated in our Code of Ethics, the Group makes no direct or indirect contributions to political parties, movements, committees, trade union or political organisations, or to their representatives.     
G4-SO6 The Code of Ethics approved by the Board of Directors on 14 May 2014 provides for the prohibition of any contributions towards political parties and union organisations, both direct and indirect.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOUR
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO7 Refer to the 2015 Consolidated Income Statements, p. 50 (http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/investor-relations/results/financial-reports.html)    
MATERIAL ASPECT: COMPLIANCE
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO8 In the period the Group received fines for non-compliance with laws and regulations for a total amount of 73,004 euro.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: SUPPLIER ASSESSMENT FOR IMPACTS ON SOCIETY
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO9 All our sites screen new suppliers with reference to their reputation and business solidity. In addition, according to the risk analyses performed, 28% of new suppliers were also specifically screened about potential presence in black lists.    
G4-SO10 All suppliers are subject to assessments for impacts on society during the qualification process. Our main potential impacts in the supply chain derive from our sub-contractors. For this reason, they are subject to the same rules applied worldwide to our direct workforce and activities. In the period, no suppliers were identified as not meeting social compliance requirements; so, no improvements have been agreed nor terminations of agreements occurred.    
MATERIAL ASPECT: GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS FOR IMPACTS ON SOCIETY
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-SO11 278 grievances about potential impacts on society were addressed in the period, 146 of which were resolved in the year. In addition, 178 grievances received in previous years were resolved in 2015. The great majority of these grievance were related to complaints received by our client in Colombia (Ruta del Sol project) from local inhabitants for disturbances linked to the realization of the motorway (e.g. access restrictions, presence of construction materials, damages to private property). Within 3 days from the complaint, we have met the complainant and agreed due remediation activities.    
SUB-CATEGORY: PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY
MATERIAL ASPECT: COMPLIANCE
G4-DMA Conducting Business with integrity, Materiality Analysis    
G4-PR9 In the period the Group did not receive any significant fines for non-compliance with laws and regulations concerning the provision and use of products and services.