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20 09 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report
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Intro About 2009 CSR and Sustainability Report This is the 7th consecutive TITAN Group Corpo- rate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainabili- ty Report, prepared in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). To demonstrate com- prehensive performance on meeting social and environmental endeavors, this Report has also integrated the UN Global Compact Principles and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development / Cement Sustainability Initiative (WBCSD/CSI) Reporting Protocols for CO 2 emis- sions and safety performance. Since the beginning of 2000, the TITAN Group has been continuously and increasingly strengthening its focus on embedding corpo- rate social responsibility in its strategy, policies, decision making and practices. Referring to this demanding, long-term and innovative process the 2009 CSR and Sustainability Report de- scribes the course that TITAN has followed to meet its strategic objective as a multiregional Group of companies and form a vision for the future. This Report starts with a brief introduction, a 2009 Group overview and an “information path” with the contents of the Report and TI- TAN’s corporate values. Throughout the Report case studies present TITAN’s practices related to its strategy and corporate values. The Message from the Managing Director high- lights the most significant issues and progress achieved in 2009. It is also an introduction to the main contents of the Report as well as to the Group’s new targets towards 2015. Embedding corporate social responsibility and sustainable development in TITAN’s strategy, policies and practices is analyzed in the chapter following the Message from the Managing Di- rector. Starting with the milestones of Group’s voluntary and proactive commitments and actions, presents the developments in gover- nance, managing risks and opportunities and stakeholder engagement. The case study of TITAN in Albania in this chapter demonstrates the way TITAN values and commitments are addressed in starting new operations. TITAN Group performance according to its 5 year plan (2006-2010), achievements and new targets set for 2010-2015 are also presented in this chap- ter. Measuring TITAN’s social and environmental footprints starts with mapping main opera- tions, impacts and contributions to key stake- holders. As in the 2008 Report, all efforts to do less harm and more good with respect to key stakeholders are presented in the chapter titled “Social Footprint”. This chapter begins with “Safety at work” which remains a top pri- ority for the TITAN Group and all its operations. It also includes information about employment and facing the impacts of the economic crisis, training and human resources development, employee communication and human rights is- sues. Moreover new partnerships with commu- nities, business associations and CSR networks, as well as recognition from stakeholders is pre- sented in this section.
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