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A Glimpse Into G4S’ CSR 2016 Report



04/29/2017

The corporate social responsibility report 2016 of G4S has been presented under an “integrated CSR reporting framework”.


Dailycsr.com – 29 April 2017 – The leading “global integrated security company” of the world, G4S has come up with its CSR Report for the year of 2016. G4S has an “important” contribution to make to the society, whereby together with “585,000 employees”, the company provides services across six continents”.
 
Likewise, it continues to create better and safer environment for people to live in as well as at work. Given the stress implied on the “ethics and sustainability” at G4S, the company has fabricated “an integrated CSR reporting framework” which is headed by G4S’ “Integrated Report”, while its CSR Report stand as a support. Moreover, the “relevant social responsibility sections of its website” comes under the same framework. According to the group chief executive officer at G4S, Ashley Almanza:
“As a global company operating in many different and sometimes complex environments, it is important that we work in a way which is sustainable and ethical and has a positive social and economic impact on society.
“Whether we are protecting assets and people, managing cash and valuables or playing a part in rehabilitating those in custody, it is important that we do so to the highest standards and with integrity and respect.”
 
Here are the CSR priority areas of G4S, as mentioned by Ethical Performance:
  • Health and Safety
  • Human Rights
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption
 
While, the highlights of its CSR report for 2016 include, as mentioned by the Ethical Performance:
  • How G4S’ new corporate values have been defined and are being embedded into the heart of the Group’s day-to-day business activities.
  • Identifies the positive social impacts G4S brings to the communities in which it operates, and maps the Company’s key sustainability programmes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Provides an update on G4S’ global health and safety strategy and the steps it is taking to achieve its goal of zero harm.
  • Describes the progress it has made to embed the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights into its business policies and processes.
  • Details the implementation and usage of Speak Out, G4S’ global whistleblowing system.
 
 
 
References:
http://www.ethicalperformance.com