Commitment according to Naval Group

Aware of its corporate social responsibilities, Naval Group is a member of the United Nations Global Compact.

Commitment

In France and internationally, Naval Group aims to frame its corporate strategy as a collaborative and collective effort with all the stakeholders involved.

With respect to its stakeholders and society at large, Naval Group assumes its corporate social responsibility (CSR) and that of leader of the naval defence industry, in France and internationally. The group is committed to deploying a proactive CSR approach on the social, environmental, ethical and anti-corruption and economic aspects of the naval sector.

Distinctions received

In 2019, Naval Group won the 5th Corporate Edition of the "Law Awards" ("Trophées du Droit"), earning a "Special Mention” in the Compliance category. In the same year, the Group won the Randstad Award for “France’s favourite company” for the second time in three years, and the bronze medal in the eco-design category at the 7th edition of France's "CSR Awards" ("Nuit de la RSE"), organised by APF France Handicap.

Member of the Global Compact

Advanced member of the United Nations Global Compact since 2014, Naval Group has achieved the highest level of recognition conferred by its peers, for the fifth year running. The Group has committed to 6 of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) proposed by the United Nations. It also strives to meet the 7 pillars of the ISO 26000 standard and has asked to be regularly assessed on its performance to sustain its progress.

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Some examples of actions implemented

    SDG #5: Gender equality

    > Professional equality index: 88/100
    > Naval Group has 160 female sponsors and representatives from the “Elles bougent” association.
    > Agreement promoting diversity, equal opportunities and the employment of people with a disability.

    SDG #5: Gender equality

    SDG # 7: Affordable and clean energy

    > A targeted 10% reduction in the energy footprint of its sites in France.

    SDG # 7: Affordable and clean energy

    SDG # 9: Industry, innovation, infrastructure

    > Recycling of 87% of the solid mass of former Le Redoutable-type SSBNs during their deconstruction.
    > Development of floating wind turbines by Naval Energies and its partners.

    SDG # 9: Industry, innovation, infrastructure

    SDG # 13: Climate Action

    > Replacement of degreasing receptacles that use organic solvents with washing receptacles in Toulon.

    SDG # 13: Climate Action

    SDG # 14: Life below wate

    > Eco-design of new-construction ships.
    > Filtration of stripping effluents in the dry dock (Toulon and Brest).

    SDG # 14: Life below wate

    SDG # 16: Peace, justice and strong institution

    > Support for State sovereignty through our new construction and in-service support (ISS) programs.
    > Partnership agreement with the National Guard.

    SDG # 16: Peace, justice and strong institution

An international approach

Naval Group's international subsidiaries have a CSR correspondent. Accordingly, the Malaysian subsidiary Naval Group Malaysia has undertaken various actions, including the purchase of “hybrid” company vehicles, the implementation of a car-sharing and shuttle system linking the Lumut shipyard, and financial participation in charitable, cultural and health programs for employees and their families.

Environment

Preserving the sea and reinforcing our eco-responsible activities.

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Naval sector

Development through the creation of value collectively and sustainably.

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Social

Guaranteeing diversity, equality and non-discrimination.

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Ethics and anti-corruption

Ensuring that our practices are impeccable, everywhere in the world.

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Naval Energies / Les énergies marines renouvelables - Marine renewable energies

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