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Doosan Infracore systematically promotes CSR companywide, while its top management is directly involved in the activities of the CSR Committee, both as its chairperson and through the operation of the CSR Team, an organization devoted exclusively to the CSR cause.

Doosan Infracore consistently seeks to raise its value and that of its stakeholders through its business activities. To that end, the company focuses on enhancing communication with each of its stakeholder groups - including shareholders, investors, employees, suppliers, local communities, central and local governments, and the media - throughout the entire range of its management activities with the aim of creating new values for them. Therefore, the company pursues efficient management with balanced approaches to corporate growth and stability with the aim of continuing to raise its future corporate value on the one hand, and seeks healthy shared growth with its stakeholders through responsible CSR management as a leading global corporation on the other.

CSR Promotion System

At Doosan Infracore, all CSR activities have been coordinated by the CSR Team since 2011.
The CSR Committee, as the company’s top decision-making body
on CSR matters, is headed by the CEO and discusses risks and business opportunities from the perspective of CSR, in addition to its monthly meetings at which diverse CSR and green management tasks are approved and adjusted. In 2014, the committee set up five subcommittees with a focus on implementing seven CSR indices to engage in more in-depth discussion about each CSR task, thereby boosting the efficiency of corporate decision- making in association with corporate management strategies.
Furthermore, green management tasks are now handled by the CSR Committee, while the EHS Team has been assigned the role of coordinating all the company’s green management activities in a bid to enhance its green management. Once the CSR Committee has made decisions related to major directions, the CSR Working Group, which is composed of the team leaders of the relevant departments, draws up specific action plans and begins to discuss various implementation tasks. As a coordinator unit for the company’s overall CSR strategies, the CSR Team identifies stakeholders’ issues and needs, assesses the level of the company’s internal CSR, formulates companywide CSR tasks and strategies, monitors the company’s CSR performance, and publishes its integrated annual reports.

CSR Committee

Chairperson
CEO
Composition
BG Heads, CFO, CIO, Strategy Executives (Total 9 Person)
Green Coordinator
EHS Team
Coordinator
CSR Team

Subcommittees under the CSR Committee

Subcommittee
Major Indices
Human Rights / Labor Practices
Human Rights

Labor Practices
Environment
In-house Safety
Health/Environment
Pollutants

On-site Energy

Green Operation
Fair Operations
Suppliers Ethical Management

Green Partnership
Customer Values
Customers

Product/Technology Innovation

Green Product
Local Communities
Community Engagement

Community Development

CSR Working Group

  • HRM·HRD
  • EHS-related Teams
  • Shared Growth · Audit
  • Marketing · Quality · R&D
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  • Finance · Strategy · The Doosan Way
CSR Promotion System

CSR Committee

Doosan Infracore operates the CSR Committee, which is composed of the CEO and other key executives, as its highest decision-making body regarding CSR: it not only establishes the company’s CSR strategies and policies and examines the progress and performance of each CSR program, but also reviews the potential business risks associated with recent changes in CSR environments and seeks to derive new business opportunities from them. The committee - composed of experts from five key areas including HR, EHS, Fair Operations, Customer Values, and Local Communities - has organized one company-wide CSR support organization, the Advisory Group, to promote CSR to the greatest possible extent in keeping with Doosan Infracore’s status as a leading global corporation.

CSR Operational System (Annual Process for the Execution of Major Tasks)

CSR Planning & Upgrade

  • CSR Assessment
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Analysis of Global Trends / External Situations

Impact/Materiality Analysis
-Identification of Key Issues

Stakeholder Feedback · Publication of Integrated Report
Performance Sharing · Creation of Improvement Plan

CSR Committee·CSR Working Group
Identification of Improvement Tasks Agreement of R&R
Establishment of Action Plan · Regular Monitoring

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CSR Strategy

Aspiration

A Proud Global Doosan

The Doosan Way

Doosan Way

GSR Goal

2020, Global CSR Leading Company

CSR Mission

Supporting Responsible and Sustainable Growth

CSR Pillars

  • Developing People
  • Reliable Operating
  • Responsible Engagement

Core Area

  • Customers
  • HR
  • EHS
  • Fair Operation
  • Local Communities
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External Assessments

Included in the DJSI Asia Pacific for
five years (2011 - 2015)

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  • 2011-2015
* The Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) are the most prestigious global sustainability benchmarks co-developed by the Dow Jones of the USA and RobecoSAM of Switzerland. They evaluate the sustainability performance of major companies on the basis of an analysis of corporate economic, environmental and social performance.

Obtained Class A in the ESG evaluation conducted by the Corporate Governance Service, Korea

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  • A

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