Our aim is to produce coal safely, seeking to minimise environmental impact. By introducing new technologies to boost productivity and cost efficiency and by working with local communities, we intend to contribute to global fuel supply in a sustainable manner.
Our Corporate Social Policy is based on international standards including the UN Global Compact, the Social Charter of Russian Business, the ISO 26000 Standard and recommendations of the Global Reporting Initiative.
Our production sites undergo regular audits to assess our compliance with ISO 14001 environmental management standards, ISO 9001 quality management standards, ISO 50001 energy management system, Bettercoal global responsible coal supply chain and Vision Zero safety project.
We are continuous developing our anti-corruption and compliance system, which have international ISO 37001 ‘Anri-bribery Management Systems’ and ISO 19600 ‘Compliance Management System’ certification.
The principles behind our sustainable development and strategy are reflected in corporate regulatory policy documents covering as well: the environment; industrial and occupational safety; quality of coal products; information and agreements defining social and economic relationships between employer and employees.
Risk management and stakeholder engagement are also integral to our sustainability policy. Robust risk management helps us to meet strategic targets and secure long-term growth. Providing reliable access to information means we can engage effectively with stakeholders.
In 2020, the Murmansk Commercial Seaport passed an inspection for compliance with the requirements of the international environmental standard and confirmed its compliance with international environmental certificate ISO 14001:2015. Following an audit by experts from the ‘Clean Seas’ International Environmental Foundation, the port received the Platinum Certificate of Compliance with the ‘Clean Port’ environmental standard.