Enagás joins the Global Compact Sustainable Supplier training programme

Corporate Descarbonisation
16 November 2023
  • Through this action, the company is strengthening its sustainability culture and encouraging its external partners to comply with the company’s requirements and standards 

Enagás is committed to the development and training of third parties in the field of sustainability to reinforce its sustainability culture as a key lever to drive its actions and those of its suppliers. In this sense, the company has joined the Global Compact Sustainable Supplier training programme as one of its promoter companies.

Through this initiative, a number of small and medium enterprises that supply Enagás and other large companies will receive training in aspects of sustainability based on the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and the sustainable development goals.

The Enagás commitment to sustainability encompasses its entire value chain. For this reason, the company’s Sustainable Management Model extends beyond its direct operations to all its suppliers and integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals into specific company processes. ESG goals make it possible to assess and manage both the risks and opportunities associated with Enagás activities.

Enagás has a series of measures in place to sustainably manage its supply chain.

On the one hand, during the supplier approval process, Enagás sets out a series of sustainability requirements for them to meet, for example, having all suppliers comply with the company’s Code of Ethics and possess Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) certifications. These certifications cover compliance with international environmental, health and safety standards in all those processes and tools that companies apply.

Enagás also evaluates the performance of its suppliers in ESG aspects through processes such as audits. Among other things, the results of these assessments permit identification of suppliers that pose a high sustainability risk or have significant social or environmental impacts.

And finally, action plans are designed for suppliers with potential and actual risk or impact that enable such risks to be mitigated and monitored.


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