“Samruk-Energy” JSC | Integrated annual report
Annexes

Table of conformity of the Report with GRI Guidelines

GRI index Indicator name Coverage of an indicator Page
Strategy and Analysis
G4-3 Company name + 9
G4-4 Main product + 85
G4-5 Location of the company’s headquarters + 208
G4-6 The number of countries in which the company operates and the names of countries where the core operations are conducted or which are particularly significant in terms of sustainable development issues covered by the report + 20
G4-7 Type of ownership and legal form + 117
G4-28 Reporting period for which information is provided + 206
G4-29 Date of publication of the previous sustainability report + 206
G4-30 Reporting cycle + 206
G4-31 A contact person to be contacted in case of any questions regarding this report or content + 207
G4-17

 

a. Listing of all legal entities reporting of which were included in the consolidated financial statements or similar documents

b. Information regarding whether sustainability report lacks the information on any legal entity the reporting of which was included in the consolidated financial statements or similar documents

+

 

83

206

G4-18 a. Method for determining the content of the report and the Boundary of Aspect

b. Application of Principles for preparing reports in determining the content of a report

+ 206
G4-19 List of all material Aspects identified in the process of determining the content of the report +
G4-22 Information on consequences of all indicators’ restatement published in previous reports and the reasons for this restatement + 207
G4-23 Information on significant changes in the Coverage and Boundary of Aspects in comparison with previous reporting periods + 207
G4-1 Statement of the most senior executive who makes decisions in a company + 8
G4-9 The scale of company (for the Company’s group – in comparison for three years, changes for the last year) + 4, 20
G4-12 Company’s supply chain + 25-29,
114
G4-13 All significant changes in the scope, structure or ownership of the organization or its supply chain that occurred during the reporting period, including: changes relating to business units or their location, including the opening, closing and expansion of enterprises;

Changes in the structure of equity capital and other actions on formation, maintenance or changing of capital (for private sector organizations); Change of suppliers location, structure

+ 31,
25-29
G4-8 Markets in which a company operates (including geographic breakdown, served industries, and categories of consumers and beneficiaries) 32,
89-90
G4-34 Corporate governance structure + 122
G4-35 Information about shareholders  ownership structure, significant changes in structure, ownership + 155
The procedure for delegating authority from a supreme body of corporate governance to top executives and other employees to address economic, environmental and social issues + 123
G4-38 The composition of the supreme body of corporate governance and its committees, indicating: executive and non-executive members; Independent members; Term of office of a member of the corporate governance body; Number of other significant positions and responsibilities of each member of the governing body, and the nature of these obligations; gender; Participation of underrepresented social groups; Competences that are related  to the economic, environmental and social impact of a company; representation of stakeholders + 118-122
G4-39 whether the chairman of the supreme body of corporate governance also acts as the executive director (if yes, his responsibilities in managing a company and the reasons for such a combination of posts) + 118
G4-40 The procedure for nominating and selecting candidates for membership in the supreme body of corporate governance and its committees, as well as the criteria used in nominating and selecting members of the highest governing body, indicating: whether the factor of diversity is taken into account and how; Whether the independence factor is taken into account, and how; Whether factors of professional qualification and experience in the field of economic, environmental and social problems are taken into account; Whether stakeholders are involved (including shareholders) and how. + 123
G4-41 Procedures for preventing conflicts of interest and managing them used by the supreme body of corporate governance. Indicate whether information on conflicts of interest is disclosed to stakeholders, including, at a minimum, information on: cross-membership in several boards of directors; Cross-ownership of shares with suppliers and other stakeholders; The existence of a controlling shareholder; affiliated persons. + 123
G4-42 The role of the supreme body of corporate governance and top executives in  development, approval and updating of the wording of a company’s goals, its values and mission, as well as its strategies, policies and objectives with regard to economic, environmental and social impacts. + 16-17
G4-43 Measures taken to develop and enhance the collective knowledge of members of the corporate governance’s supreme body in connection with economic, environmental and social issues + 11
G4-44 Procedures for performance appraisal of the supreme body of corporate governance from the perspective of its managing economic, environmental and social issues. Indicate whether such appraisal is independent and how often it is conducted. Indicate whether such appraisal is a self-assessment.

B. Measures taken as a result of performance appraisal of corporate governance’s supreme body from the perspective of management of economic, environmental and social issues solution, including, at a minimum, making changes in the composition of the governing bodies and the practice of a company

+ 166
G4-45 The role of the supreme body of corporate governance in identifying economic, environmental and social impacts, risks and opportunities and managing them. Describe the role of the supreme body of corporate governance in ensuring compliance with due standards of conduct.

Whether consultations with stakeholders are carried out to facilitate the identification of economic, environmental and social impacts, risks and opportunities and their management by the highest corporate governance body

+ 16, 18
G4-46 The role of the supreme body of corporate governance in analyzing the effectiveness of  a company’s methods of managing risks associated with economic, environmental and social issue + 168-169
G4-47 How often does the supreme body of corporate governance analyze economic, environmental and social impacts, risks and opportunities + 168-169
G4-49 The procedure for informing the supreme body of corporate governance about critical issues + 169
G4-50 The nature and the total number of important issues brought to the attention of the supreme body of corporate governance, and describe the mechanism (mechanisms) that were used for their consideration and resolution + 169
G4-51 Rules for remuneration of members of the supreme body of corporate governance, including such forms of remuneration as: fixed and variable wages, including:

  • a reward for achieving certain results;
  • remuneration by company’s shares;
  • bonus;
  • deferred or allotted shares;
  • bonuses or incentive payments when hiring;
  • payment upon termination of employment;

the return of the remuneration received; pension benefits, including the difference between pension plans and contribution rates for members of the supreme body of corporate governance, senior executives and all other employees.

B. Explanation of how the criteria for evaluating the activities specified in the rules for remuneration are correlated with the economic, environmental and social objectives of the supreme governing body and senior managers

 

+

164
G4-52 The procedure for setting the amount of remuneration. Indicate whether remuneration consultants are involved in determining the amount of remuneration and whether they are independent of management. Describe all other relationships that the remuneration consultants maintain with a company + 124
G4-15 Economic, environmental and social charters, principles or other initiatives that a company  acceded to or supports + 18
G4-16 Information on membership in associations (for example, industry associations) and / or national and international organizations for protection of interests in which a company: takes a place in the management bodies; participates in projects or committees; provides substantial funding beyond general membership fees; considers its membership as a strategic + 18
G4-24 List of stakeholder groups with which a company interacts (stakeholder map) + 19
G4-25 Principles for identifying and selecting stakeholders for interaction + 19
G4-26 A company’s approach to engagement with stakeholders, including the frequency of interaction by forms and stakeholder groups, and indicate whether any elements of interaction were specifically initiated as part of the process of preparing the report + 19
G4-EC1 Created and distributed direct economic value + 83-103
G4-EC2 Financial aspects and other risks and opportunities for a company’s operations related to climate change + 88, 89
G4-СПМ  General information about the approaches in the field of management.

a. Why the Aspect is essential. Description of the impact that makes this aspect essential.

b. Description of how a company manages this significant Aspect or related impacts.

c. Description of evaluation of the approach in the field of management including:

mechanisms for assessing the effectiveness of approach in the field of management;

the results of evaluating the approach in the field of management;

any changes in approach in the field of management

+ 37
G4-EN1  Effective use of materials, energy, water, biodiversity conservation, including:

consumed materials by weight or volume

+ 39
G4-EN10 Percentage and total volume of water recycled and reused + 39
G4-EN8 Total amount of water withdrawn broken down by sources + 39
G4-EN3 Energy consumption within a company + 42
G4-EN5 Energy intensity + 43
G4-EN6 Reducing energy consumption + 43
G4-EU11 Average efficiency of heat generation, broken down by type of energy used and regulation mode + 43
G4-EU12 Losses in transmission and distribution of electricity, as a percentage of the volume of electricity supply + 40
G4-EN21 Emissions of NOx, SOx and other significant pollutants into the atmosphere + 40
G4-EN22 The total volume of discharges indicating the quality of the wastewater and the receiving facility + 40
G4-EN29 The monetary value of significant fines and the total number of non-financial sanctions imposed for non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations + 41
G4-EN31 Total costs and investments in environmental protection, broken down by types + 41
 

G4-10

a. Total number of employees, broken down by contract of employment and gender.

b. The total number of permanent employees by type of employment and gender

c. The total workforce broken down by full-time employees and freelancers, and by gender.

d. Total labor force by region and gender

+ 172-174
G4-11 Percentage of all employees covered by collective bargaining agreements + 182
 

G4-LA1

total number and percentage of newly hired employees, as well as the turnover of staff by age group, gender and region.

T   procedures for hiring the local population and the proportion of top managers hired from the local population in the significant regions where a company operates

+ 173, 174
G4-LA2 Benefits granted to full-time employees but not provided to employees who work under conditions of temporary or part-time employment, broken down by significant regions where a company operates + 183
 

G4-LA4

The minimum period for notification of significant changes in operations of a company, as well as whether it is specified in a collective agreement + 182
G4-LA6 General information on management approaches

occupational injuries rate and types, the level of occupational diseases, lost day rate and absentee rate, as well as the total number of work-related deaths, by region and gender

+ 186
G4-LA8 Reflection of health and safety issues in formal agreements with trade unions + 193
G4-EU18 Percentage of employees of contractors and subcontractors who received relevant training in occupational safety and health + 185, 187
G4-EU25 The number of injuries and deaths involving a company’s assets, including court decisions, settlements and pending court cases relating to diseases + 186
G4-LA9 Personnel development

Average annual number of hours of training per employee, disaggregated by gender and category of staff

+ 175
G4-LA11 Percentage of employees in respect of which periodic performance and career evaluations are carried out, disaggregated by gender and category of staff + 179
G4-LA12 The composition of the governing bodies and main categories of a company’s personnel, disaggregated by gender, age group, membership of minority groups and other grounds for diversity + 173
G4-LA16 Number of complaints about the practice of labor relations filed, processed and settled through formal grievance mechanisms + 193
G4-HR3  total number of cases of discrimination and corrective actions taken + 192
G4-EC5 Ratio of standard entry-level wages of employees of different genders to established minimum wage in significant regions of a company’s operations + 179
G4-EC6 The proportion of senior managers in significant regions of a company’s operations,  hired from among the representatives of the local population + 174
G4-LA13 The ratio of the base salary of men and women, broken down by categories of employees and by significant regions of operations + 173
G4-SO3 Fight against corruption + 192
G4-SO4 Information on policies and methods of combating corruption and training on them + 192
G4-56 Values, principles, standards and standards of conduct of a company, such as codes of conduct and ethical codes + 189
G4-57 Internal and external mechanisms for seeking advice on ethical and law-abiding behavior, as well as on issues related to demonstration of bad faith in a company, such as hotline or telephone counseling + 189-192
G4-58 Internal and external mechanisms for reporting unethical or unlawful behavior, as well as problems related to dishonesty in a company such as informing the immediate supervisor, mechanisms for reporting misconduct or hotlines + 189-192
“Samruk-Energy” JSC | Integrated annual report
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