generating records annual report 2014

Material Aspects of Performance

G4-18, G4-19, G4-20, G4-21, G4-22, G4-23

When preparing the Annual Report concept under the GRI G4 Public Reporting Guidelines, representatives of stakeholders and top management of the Concern took part in a 2013 survey to identify material aspects of the Concern’s performance and the subsequent disclosure of these aspects in the Annual Report.

Based on the survey and with due regard to the reporting principles used to determine the content of the report and in accordance with the public reporting standard, as well as with the Rules of Preparing the Public Annual Report of the Concern, the concept of the Concern’s Annual Report was developed and approved determining the content and material aspects of activity subject to disclosure in the report.

Ranking map was updated following the discussion of the concept as part of the first dialog with stakeholders. The ratio of importance for each aspect was determined as a ratio of the number of voters in favor of such aspect to the total amount of persons surveyed. Thus the ratio threshold was 0.5. We decided to consider material all aspects included in the blue and yellow areas of the ranking map. The aspects recognized as material are specified in the ranking map below (yellow and blue areas of the diagram). The aspects included in the white area of the diagram were recognized as immaterial at this point. The boundaries of the aspects’ importance were determined basing on the ranking map and taking into account the opinion of the Concern’s top management.

The description of impact boundaries for the aspects are provided in the Concern’s annual report for 2013 (pages 36-37). All material aspects are important for the organization within the report perimeter. There are no specific limits regarding aspect boundaries within the organization. All aspect boundaries outside the organization are immaterial, except for the matters of suppliers’occupational injury rate.

There is no redefinition of the indicators provided in the previous reports. All provided data correlates with the previous reports. The “Emissions” aspect has been deemed immaterial because NPP emission values are situated close to the low limit of indicator measurement. The ranking map of importance of various aspects of activity is provided in the Concern’s annual report for 2013 (Page 35).

Ranking Map of Significant Aspects of Activity

  • Material aspects

  • Immaterial aspects

1.

Safe operation of NPPs*

14.

Procurement practice

27.

Products and services

40.

Environmental evaluation of suppliers

2.

Economic performance

15.

Occupation

28.

General impacts (ecology)

41.

Diversification and equal opportunities

3.

Occupational health problems and safety

16.

Relations between employees and management

29.

Procedures for submitting complaints on environmental problems

42.

Equal wages for men and women

4.

Training and drilling of Employees

17.

Social policy

30.

Evaluation of suppliers’ labor relation practices

43.

Evaluation of suppliers’ impact on society

5.

Approaches to safety

18.

Conformance to requirements (society)

31.

Procedures for submitting complaints on labor relation practices

44.

Interaction with state supervision agencies and non-governmental organizations*

6.

Reliability of electrical power supplies to consumers*

19.

Consumer health and safety

32.

Investments

45.

Product selling prices*

7.

Emissions

20.

Conformance to requirements (products)

33.

Non-discrimination

46.

Company openness*

8.

Conformance to requirements (ecology)

21.

Rights of local population

34.

Freedom of associations and collective bargaining

47.

Social responsibility*

9.

Anti-corruption

22.

Water**

35.

Evaluation of suppliers’ respect for human rights

48.

Biodiversity

10.

Public acceptance*

23.

Countering unfair competition

36.

Procedures for submitting complaints on violation of human rights

49.

Transport

11.

Presence in the market

24.

Marketing communications

37.

Local communities

50.

Child labor

12.

Energy

25.

Indirect economic impacts

38.

Procedures for submitting complaints on social impacts

51.

Compulsory labor

13.

Industrial waste and waste waters

26.

Materials

39.

Protection of consumers’ personal information

52.

Product marking

53.

Evaluation (human rights)

* specific aspects of the Concern’s activity,
** the aspect is disclosed by the Concern.