The defined improvement plans are divided into actions aimed at covering 100% of the operational processes and sites.
Furthermore, all our stakeholders, both internal and external, can report any violation or suspected violation of our human rights policy using the provided channels, indicated within the policy itself.
We have also developed a Global Framework Agreement with the sector's Global Trade Union Federations, which recognizes the centrality and universality that human, social and labor rights have within our company and which establishes social dialogue as the privileged means to welcome mutual interests.
We also participate in an initiative, promoted and financed by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, aimed at developing corporate prevention plans at work. These activities complement the checks on the use of narcotic substances and alcohol already applied within the company, in compliance with the International Labor Organization's projects.
Enel's corporate governance system ensures a model in line with international best practices on the subject, in the plurality of subjects responsible for the control and transparency of the communication of its operations.
With a view to transparency, Enel provides detailed information to the market annually through the "Report on corporate governance and ownership structures" published together with the financial statement documentation, in line with the recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code for publicly listed companies. A sharing in the "open data" spirit to make the main company data accessible to all stakeholders.
With respect to the corporate governance system, the Shareholders' Meeting has the task of adopting the most relevant decisions for the company with activities such as: appointing the corporate bodies, approving the budget and managing the distribution of dividends.
The management of the company is the responsibility of the board of directors, which carries out the operations necessary for the implementation of the corporate purpose, delegating part of its management skills to the CEO and appointing four internal committees with propositional and consultative functions.
The roles of CEO and president are clearly separated and both are responsible for representing the Company.
The Board of Auditors has the task of supervising, among other things, compliance with the law and the articles of association and compliance with the principles of correct administration.