PRASSI DI RIFERIMENTO UNI/PdR 18:2016

1y ago
27 Views
1 Downloads
2.76 MB
84 Pages
Last View : 27d ago
Last Download : 3m ago
Upload by : Ciara Libby
Transcription

PRASSI DI RIFERIMENTOUNI/PdR 18:2016Social responsibility in organizations - Guidance to theapplication of UNI ISO 26000Responsabilità sociale delle organizzazioni - Indirizzi applicativi alla UNI ISO 26000This document provides a number of element that support the application of UNI ISO 26000, withfocus on the aspects of materiality, accountability, and stakeholder engagement.It outlines operational solutions applicable to different types of organization and provides with somepractical examples concerning the stages of implementation for the organizational governance ofsocial responsibility.Published on 29th April, 2016ICS 03.100.01

UNIVia Sannio 2 – 20137 MilanoTelefono 02 700241www.uni.com – [email protected] rights reserved.The contents of the document (also the full version) may be duplicated or distributed provided that UNI isinformed and quoted.This document is distributed by UNI free of charge.

UNI/PdR 18:2016FOREWORDThe UNI/PdR 18:2016 does not have the status of a UNI technical standard, it is, instead, adocument published by UNI, as provided for in Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012, and adopting therequirements related to practices shared by the following proposer who has signed an agreement ofcollaboration with UNI:Fondazione SodalitasVia Pantano, 220122 MilanoThis UNI/PdR has been developed by the working group "Indirizzi metodologici alla UNI ISO26000", led by UNI, and constituted by the following experts:Claudia Strasserra – Project Leader (Bureau Veritas Italia)Francesca Bergamaschi (SGS ITALIA)Massimo Ceriotti (Fondazione Sodalitas)Ornella Cilona (Commissione Tecnica UNI "Responsabilità sociale delle organizzazioni")Valeria Fazio (DNV GL Business Assurance Italia)Lucina Mercadante (INAIL)Armando Romaniello (Certiquality)Special thanks to Carlo Prandini (Certiquality) and Alessandro Zennaro Follini for their support inthe development of this document.This UNI/PdR has been ratified by UNI President on 29 April 2016.UNI/PdRs (in Italian “Prassi di Riferimento”), adopted exclusively on a national level, are part of the “Europeanstandardisation delivelirables”, as provided for in Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012, and they are documentsintroducing technical requirements that are developed through a fast track process reflecting the consensus ofthe participants only, under the operational direction of UNI.UNI/PdRs are valid for a limited duration of 5 years or until its transformation into another deliverable (UNI,UNI/TS, UNI/TR) whichever is the sooner. When 5 years have passed, the UNI/PdR shall be withdrawn if it isnot transformed into another deliverable.Further to the application of this UNI/PdR, anyone interested in providing suggestions for its improvement isrequested to send their own contributions to UNI, Italian Organization for Standardization, which shall takethem into account. UNI1

UNI/PdR 18:2016SOMMARIO0. INTRODUCTION . 40.1 ORIGIN OF THE PROJECT . 40.2 CORE SUBJECTS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF ORGANIZATIONS . 51SCOPE . 72NORMATIVE AND LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES . 73TERMINI E DEFINIZIONI . 74PRINCIPLES . 75TOP MANAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT . 115.1GENERAL . 115.2PROCEDURE FOR TOP MANAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT . 125.3SWOT ANALYSIS . 156ADOPTION OF A SYSTEMATIC AND INTEGRATED APPROACH . 186.1GENERAL . 186.2ENGAGEMENT OF THE COMPANY’S FUNCTION MANAGERS . 206.3RISK ANALYSIS . 216.4AWARENESS . 246.5TRAINING . 246.6 REFLECTIONS ON AREAS OF INFLUENCE / SETBACKS / DIRECT AND INDIRECTRESPONSIBILITIES . 277MATERIALITY . 298ENGAGEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS . 378.1GENERAL . 378.2ISSUE IDENTIFICATION FOR THE DIALOGUE WITH STAKEHOLDERS - STEP 1 . 418.3PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT - STEP 2 . 438.4MEASUREMENT OF STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT PROCESS - STEP 3. 45 UNI2

UNI/PdR 18:20169SELF-ASSESSMENT, GAP ANALYSIS, ACTION PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION PHASE . 459.1SELF-ASSESSMENT. 459.2GAP ANALYSIS . 489.1ACTION PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION STEPS . 4910MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT . 5011ACCOUNTABILITY AND COMMUNICATION . 53ANNEX A – CORE SUBJECTS AND ISSUES OF SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY . 58ANNEX B – ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FOR ORGANIZATIONAL GOVERNANCE IN ACCORDANCEWITH UNI ISO 26000 . 59ANNEX C – EXAMPLE OF MATERIALITY ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE . 63ANNEX D – PLATFORM OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INDICATORS . 76BIBLIOGRAPHY . 77 UNI3

UNI/PdR 18:20160. INTRODUCTION0.1 ORIGIN OF THE PROJECTUNI/PdR 18:2016, dedicated to the UNI ISO 26000 standard, is the final result of a process thatbegan in 2013 with a series of verification and reflection activities on what has been done and theexpectations and needs for the future.The stimulus came from the desire - endorsed from the beginning by the organizations thatparticipated in the Working Group for the elaboration of this document - of promoting not onlyknowledge, but also the effective implementation of the main tools, making them available toorganizations in order to integrate Social Responsibility into their strategies and activities.It also arises from the awareness that “implementing social responsibility” by going beyond thefundamental sharing of the topic on a level of value, requires a systematic approach that unfolds byknowing how to define key objectives, how to implement the resulting activities and actions, andhow to measure the level and effectiveness of the goals over time, hence undertaking a path ofconstant improvement.A little more than three years after its publication, the UNI ISO 26000 has established itself as oneof the starting tools and, from this perspective, it was decided to request market feedback on theuse of the standard, on the advantages encountered since its implementation, and on the criticalissues that still need to be overcome.In 2013, therefore, UNI and Fondazione Sodalitas designed and implemented the "UNI ISO 26000:Social Responsibility in Practice" research study, conducted on a sample of companies andorganizations that have adopted the standard in various ways. The research results were presentedon January 30, 2014 during the event "Measuring to Improve. UNI ISO 26000: Approaches andSharing Experiences, a Comparative Study", under the coordination of Certification Bodies that aremembers of UNI and Fondazione Sodalitas - Bureau Veritas Italia, Certiquality and DNV GLBusiness Assurance Italia - and received testimony from three national companies from differentfields (mechanics, energy, finance) that have implemented UNI ISO 26000.In the months following the presentation, a significant number of companies and organizations,including really large companies, asked to examine the research results in depth. FondazioneSodalitas and UNI have therefore considered it appropriate to invite companies and organizationsinvolved in the research, companies supporting the Fondazione Sodalitas, and a selected group ofstakeholders to three focus groups that took place in early 2015, organized in collaboration withBureau Veritas Italia, Certiquality, DNV GL Business Assurance Italia and SGS.They were attended by some forty experts from more than 60 companies and organizations, whoopenly discussed how the subject matter that emerged from the research impacted their respectiverealities.Specifically, the 3 focus groups revealed a shared interest in the possibility of having guidelines andmethodological instructions related to three aspects that are felt to be especially critical, yetfundamental, to the process of the integration of social responsibility into the strategies andoperations of the organizations: UNI4

UNI/PdR 18:2016-Materiality: focusing, in the context of the core subjects of the UNI ISO 26000, on issues thatare significant for the organization and its stakeholders on which to implement action plansand improvement goals;-Accountability: being accountable to the different stakeholders for activities and theperformance of social responsibility in a complete and transparent way;-Stakeholder engagement: including stakeholders, both internal and external to theorganization, in the process of defining strategies and objectives pertaining to socialresponsibility.Feedback and contributions collected from these focus groups led to the determination to developthis document as a point of reference for businesses and organizations that have not yet developeda structured dimension of social responsibility and that are motivated to do so, but lack thenecessary methodological skills.This document can also become a valuable tool for more mature organizations in addressing anddeveloping the aspect of social responsibility. Organizations will find useful guidelines in thisUNI/PdR 18:2016 document that will help them to effectively address issues and overcomecriticalities in a more complex reality as well.0.2 CORE SUBJECTS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF ORGANIZATIONSUNI ISO 26000 is based on seven core subjects that need to be treated in a holistic way. Namely,they should all be taken into consideration, because they are related, complementary, andinterdependent. UNI/PdR 18:2016 illustrates how to approach the core subjects in relation to thoseaspects that are considered particularly critical of materiality, accountability, and stakeholderengagement. Great attention is paid to "organizational governance", that more than any other coresubject is of paramount importance. In fact, it is a means that allows taking all the necessary actionsrequired to deal with the other subjects and their issues, while being itself a fundamental coresubject. UNI5

UNI/PdR 18:2016Figure 1 – The seven core subjects of social responsibility UNI6

UNI/PdR 18:20161SCOPEThis document provides a number of elements that support the application of UNI ISO 26000, withfocus on the aspects of materiality, accountability, and stakeholder engagement.It outlines operational solutions applicable to different types of organizations and provides withsome practical examples concerning the stages of implementation for the organizationalgovernance of social responsibility.2NORMATIVE AND LEGISLATIVE REFERENCESThis UNI/PdR makes reference, by dated and undated references, to provisions contained in otherpublications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate points in the text and listedbelow. For dated references, subsequent amendments or revisions made to any of thesepublications apply only when cited in the present document as update or review. For undatedreferences, the latest edition of the referenced publication applies.UNI ISO 26000 Guidance on social responsibilityUNI ISO 31000 Risk Management – Principles and guidelines3TERMINI E DEFINIZIONIFor the purposes of this document, terms and definitions of UNI ISO 26000 and the following apply:3.1 gap analysis: set of activities that allow the comparison between the actual positioning of anorganization compared to that intended or desired. Gap analysis points out deviations with respectto the expected and therefore possible areas that can be improved.3.2 materiality: identification and understanding of priorities with respect to the context of socialresponsibility in which an organization operates. Priorities thus determined reflect the economic,social and environmental factors that deserve to be considered.3.3 SWOT analysis: a strategic planning tool used to highlight the characteristics of a project,program, or organization and the consequent connections with its context. It is constructed using amatrix divided into four quadrants in which Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats areidentified.4PRINCIPLESUNI/PdR 18:2016 is intended to provide a set of operational guidelines for those organizationswishing to address the issue of social responsibility by applying the principles and addressing thecore subjects described in UNI ISO 26000.The document has been designed with the idea of tracing a path, an ideal map that leads in amodular and progressive way to a mature and conscious approach to social responsibility. We startfrom the involvement of top management – an essential step without which one cannot even think of UNI7

UNI/PdR 18:2016starting along the path of social responsibility. We then pass to a process of context analysis thatshall take into account the need for a holistic, systematic, and integrated approach to socialresponsibility in order to be truly effective.In this respect, this document focuses especially on highlighting the crucial role of organizationalgovernance that is presented, at the same time, as a guide and orientation tool and also as a coresubject of social responsibility as outlined in UNI ISO 26000. Furthermore, it should be emphasizedthat health and safety issues, economic issues and those related to the value chain are to beaddressed in a systematic manner within the core subjects where appropriate. It shall also be takeninto account that each core subject, even if not necessarily in all its issues, is relevant for anyorganization. A summary diagram of each core subject together with its issues is provided forgeneral information in Annex A.From all this emerges the idea of a series of required steps including involvement of differentorganizational functions, risk analysis, and workers awareness and training, all without neglectingthe important step of a timely thought upon the areas of influence and the direct and indirect effectsof the activities performed by the organization.From this initial reflection, then, it is possible to reach a more balanced and in-depth analysis of theso-called materiality that helps to determine those issues that could affect the outcomes of the pathto social responsibility in the medium to long-term, considering the point of view of stakeholders.A further step towards social responsibility of an organization shall be done through the involvementof stakeholders - internal and external - that entails, on the one hand, the process of identifyingstakeholders, and on the other hand the identification, planning and implementation of engagementactivities and the identification of relevant issues. And finally, it entails the measurement of theentire process to validate the work undertaken and to establish what work has to be undertakensubsequently.The last steps that are crucial in the adoption of social responsibility practices are self-assessmentand gap analysis, which should result in the implementation phase. This last implementation phaseis then followed by the identification of the relative indicators that allow monitoring andmeasurement of what is put in place and also supports reporting and related communications.An organization’s social responsibility shall be fully integrated in all the different processes andactivities carried out by organization, both internally and externally. In this respect, two particularlysensitive areas have been highlighted; one is addressed to the internal dimension and one to theexternal dimension of an organization that undertakes a path of social responsibility. The firstconcerns the protection of health and safety in the workplace and the second one the supply chain,aiming at emphasizing the importance of a vision of social responsibility that is as broad andinclusive as possible.In this document, there are three series of informative boxes, indicated by the following graphicalelements: UNI Supply chain boxes Boxes – or toolboxes – with applied examples;8

UNI/PdR 18:2016 Boxes that offer a focus on timely information and/or elements consideredparticularly significant.The following annexes help to analyse some specific subjects and provide useful insights for selfevaluation/evaluation:-Annex A - Core subjects and issues of social responsibility;-Annex B - Assessment checklist for organizational governance in accordance with UNI ISO26000;-Annex C - Sample questionnaire for materiality analysis;-Annex D - Platform of Corporate Social Responsibility Indicators.The diagram below illustrates - in chronological order - the steps by which a process oforganizational governance of social responsibility is organized in accordance with the principles andsuggestions of UNI ISO 26000.The words in bold in the right section, correspond to the principles of UNI ISO 26000.The different steps are reflected in the checklist referred to Annex B, with which each organizationcan evaluate its degree of maturity in the or

UNI ISO 26000 s based on seven core subjects that need to be treated in a holistic i way. Namely, they should all be taken into consideration, because they are related, complementary, and interdependent. UNI/PdR 18:2016 illustrates how to approach the core subjects in relation to those

Related Documents:

Blade Runner Classic Uncommon flooring - Common standards Solerunner Uni Solerunner Bladerunner Solerunner Uni Uni ICE Uni SKY Uni SAND Uni EARTH Uni NIGHT Uni POOL Uni MOSS Uni PINE Sky Sky UNI Sky STONE ENDURANCE VISION SPLASH Ice Ice UNI Ice STONE Ice ENDURANCE Ice SPL

Heywood 5.1 – 5.3 Using P-V and T-s diagrams PDR 8 2/28 Ideal cycle analysis PDR Heywood 5.4 – 5.7 3A 9 3/7 Non-ideal cycle analysis PDR Heywood 5.8 3D, 4A 3/14 Spring break XXX XXX 10 3/21 Combustion in engines: knock; ignition, misfire; emissions PDR Heywood 9, 10 4D Steady-flow engines 11 3/28 Thrust and aircraft range;

Professional development review (PDR) - Purpose and benefits PDR is a versatile tool that can be configured and presented in a number of ways. There are many benefits to the PDR process for individuals and organisations. This is not an exhaustive list of how PDRs can be used and it wil

The e-PDR system has no separate password protection deriving all necessary logging in information from the Force Active Directory, consistent with existing practice. 3.1 Performance Development Review Process (PDR) 3.1.1 PDR

per kodak dc 4800 zoom per leica digilux zoom per ricoh caplio rr1 rdc-6000, rdc-7, rdc-7s per toshiba pdr-m4, pdr-m5, pdr-m70 *codice originale np-80, db-20, db-20l, pdr-bt1, klic3000 cod. g-bt1004 batteria ricaricabile li-ion 3,7v 500mah *dl18 np-40 batteria ricaricabile li-ion 3,7v 500mah per fotocamera digitale per fujifilm finepix 402, f610

Supporting Economic Recovery Lao PDR Economic Monitor. ao conomic onitor i Acknowledgements The Lao PDR Economic Monitor January 2021 was prepared by a team comprising Fang Guo . The World Bank estimates that Lao PDR's growth will decline drastically in 2020 to 0.6 percent. The pandemic has mainly affected labor-

PDR Global Offices UK PDR Rework - Design and Manufacturing Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9SE, England T: 44 (0)1293 614 000 E: [email protected]

On behalf of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Lao PDR, I am very grateful for the technical and financial support for this Energy Statistics Project. We will continue to consult ERIA to build the energy data to support energy policies and planning in Lao PDR. 24 May 2018 Dr. Khammany INTHIRATH Minister of Ministry of Energy and Mines, Lao PDR .

16247-1:2012 Requisiti generali UNI CEI EN 16247-2:2014 Edifici UNI CEI EN 16247-3:2014 Processi UNI CEI EN 16247-5 Qualificazione degli Energy Auditors (2015) UNI CEI EN 16247-4:2014 Trasporti UNI CEI EN 16247 9 . UNI CEI EN 1624

Unicondylar knee prostheses AMPLITUDE 22 1 4,5 Uni Score HA-Uni Score FB 2 hybrid 2 Uni Score HA-Uni Score HA 1 uncemented 1 Uni Score-Uni Score FB 19 1 5,3 cemented 18 1 5,6 reverse hybrid 1 ATRHROSURFACE 2 HemiCAP 1 cemented 1 PF Wave 1 cemented 1 BIOMET 54 Oxford-Oxford 1 cemented 1 Oxford-Oxford HA 47 cementless 45 reverse hybrid 2 Persona .

DAGLI ASPETTI NORMATIVI ALLE BUONE PRASSI” . disturbi sensoriali (visivi / uditivi), cognitivi e del . 8 linguaggio; - la “Distrofia muscolare”, con questo il termine si intendono diverse malattie ereditarie che comportano una progressiva degenerazione ed un indebolimento dei muscoli volontari. Nella fase

Flash Point C 250 EN ISO 2592 Elastic recovery at 25 C % 70 UNI EN 13398 Resistance to hardening RTFOT (1 63 C – UNI EN 12607-1) Loss in mass % 0.5 UNI EN 12607-1 Retained penetration at 25 C % 45 UNI EN 1426 Increase in softening point C 12 UNI EN 1427

o UNI CEI EN 16247-1:2012 Diagnosi energetiche – Aspetti generali o UNI CEI EN 16247-2:2014 Diagnosi energetiche – Edifici o UNI CEI EN 16247-3:2014 Diagnosi energetiche – Processi o UNI CEI EN 16247-4:2014 Diagnosi energetiche – Trasporti o UNI CEI/TR 11428:2011 Gestione del

HPC Architecture Engineer Sarah Peter Infrastructure & Architecture Engineer LCSB BioCore sysadmins manager UniversityofLuxembourg,BelvalCampus MaisonduNombre,4thfloor 2,avenuedel’Université L-4365Esch-sur-Alzette mail: [email protected] 1 Introduction 2 HPCContainers 11/11 E.Kieffer&Uni.luHPCTeam (UniversityofLuxembourg) Uni.luHPCSchool2020/PS6 .

version of Uni-Solar’s “Field Applied PV Laminates Installation Guide for Steel Roof Systems”, or the current version of Uni-Solar’s “Installation Manual for PVL on Membrane” manuals. The attached installation check list and final report should be filled out and filed with Uni-Solar to insure full warranty coverage.

BS/PAS 1192 UNI 11337 . UNI EN ISO 19650-1-2:2019 E ALLEGATO 8 Claudio Mirarchi PREMESSA NAZIONALE UNI EN ISO 19650-1-2:2019 La presente norma costituisce il recepimento, in lingua italiana, della norma europea EN ISO 19650-1 (edizione dicembre 2018

We introduce and apply 2nd order uni cation to predicate logics which extend intu-itionistic predicate logic Q-INT . We show that uni cation in a logic L is projective i L contains IP.Q-LC , Gödel-Dummett's predicate logic plus Independence of Premise IP ; hence, in such L each admissible rule is either derivable or passive and uni cation in L is

UNI EN ISO 19650:2019 Specifica Tecnica Europea Norma di Riferimento Serie UNI 11337:2017 Specifica Tecnica Nazionale Norme complementari Decreti Attuativi D.lgs. 50/2016 D.M.560/2017 Specifica Tecnica Nazionale Norme BASE Serie BS

TESTI DI RIFERIMENTO G. PONTI , Compendio di criminologia, Cortina, Milano, ultima edizione, capitoli 1,2,3,4,7,9 e 10. OBIETTIVI FORMATIVI Il corso intende far acquisire allo studente un quadro di riferimento dello sviluppo della ricerca in criminologia ed una introduzione alle più recenti teorie, sia psicologiche che sociologiche.

and measured pile capacities. API-1993 provides potentially non-conservative results for shaft capacity in loose sands, and in loose-to-medium sands with high length (L) to diameter (D) ratios. Figures 1 and 2 illustrate these skewed trends, reproducing the database comparisons given by Jardine et al (2005) between calculated (Q c) and measured (Q m) shaft capacities. 2.2.2 Non-conservative .