Our Stakeholders & Partnerships
The Group recognizes as stakeholders all natural or legal persons who are impacted by, or have an impact on, the activities of the company, and who have an interest in the decisions or activities of Camusat.
Our sustainability approach is based on our relationships with our main stakeholders, who are our employees, our customers, our suppliers, our subcontractors, our investors and our local communities.
In line with our ESG commitments, Camusat pursues a regular dialogue with its stakeholders in order to take their expectations into account in its approach and in its actions.
Camusat reports annualy to its stakehoklders on its main sustainability progress and challenges, as well as the dedicated action plans to reach our sustainable targets. Our ESG reports and Communication on Progress report for Global Compact offer details on our policies, actions, risks and extra-financial indicators.
Our external partnerships and ESG recognitions
Companies that have signed the United Nations Global Compact undertake to respect ten fundamental principles in four areas: human rights, labor rights, the environment and the fight against corruption.
Committed since 2015, Camusat is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact. At the same time, Camusat is also committed to contributing to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This membership allows Camusat to strengthen its commitment to sustainable development and to communicate each year to its stakeholders on the progress made in the areas of human rights, labor rights, the environment and the fight against corruption.
EcoVadis assesses the maturity and extra-financial performance of organisations. The EcoVadis rating covers the following topics: environment, social and human rights, business ethics and responsible purchasing. Each company is assessed on criteria based on its size, location and sector of activity. Since 2015, Camusat has had its extra-financial performance assessed by EcoVadis. In 2022, Camusat obtained a score of 52/100 and received the bronze medal.
Based on this assessment, Camusat aims to implement ESG action plans.
In 2022, Camusat signs its partnership with OuiAct, a climate expert serving companies and territories. As a continuation of our first carbon footprint carried out in 2021, with this partnership, we are further strengthening our commitment to set targets to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions according to the criteria and recommendations of the Science-Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). This will help us get an overview of our own transition to a low carbon footprint valued in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) questionnaire.
Since ESG goes hand in hand with risk and compliance, we focus on continuous improvement of third party risk management through the use of ESG criteria. In 2022, we started a partnership with Grant Thornton to help us better understand the risks to which our Group is exposed through anti-corruption risk mapping in all regions where we operate in accordance with the Sapin II law. This exercise enabled us to confirm the reliability of our internal control procedures while identifying risk scenarios requiring us to increase the awareness of our field/operational teams on the important subject of the fight against corruption.
Tennaxia, Camusat's partner since 2014, supported us in structuring our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) strategy, its monitoring and the actions to be taken to achieve sustainable performance. Since 2021, we have added a new axis to our partnership, that of developing our annual carbon footprints in order to precisely quantify our greenhouse gas emissions across all scopes 1, 2 and 3.
In 2022, Camusat Group initiated a strategic partnership with the Almond Consulting team, a leading international expert in cybersecurity, cloud and IT infrastructure. With this cooperation, Camusat strengthens its Cyber Security Action Plan and its ability to ensure business continuity and manage the risks inherent in the protection of our data