Progress to 2013 and objectives

During the annual planning process to draft the strategic four years plan, eni defines the intervention areas and the relative sustainability objectives, in relation to its own strategies and operations, the international framework and the requirements of the capital markets and the main stakeholders. The medium-term objectives and the relative progress made in the main priority areas to 2013 are shown below.

  eni for 2012Progress to 20132017 Objectives

Fight against corruption

Programme of on-line and classroom training on the fight against corruption

Approximately 9,200 people trained through e-learning and 2,180 employees and contractors trained through classroom training

Continuation of anti-corruption training programme (Web Training Seminar and workshop)

Respect for human rights

Alignment of internal processes to the United Nations Guidelines on Business and Human Rights

Formalization of the land acquisition procedure

Human rights integrated into the drivers of the risk management system and the initial assessment cycle

Internal consultation on the draft procedure and renewal of the collaboration agreement with the Danish Institute

Consolidation of a management system for the observance of human rights

Formalization of the procedure and establishment of a system for sharing best practice in land management

eni for 2012Progress to 20132017 Objectives

Training on human rights and security

Audits of suppliers

208 security personnel trained in seminars in Indonesia and Algeria

14 suppliers audited in Congo, East Timor and Ecuador. Conclusion of 9 follow-ups on SA8000 audits carried out in 2012 in Congo and Ecuador

Continuation of training events abroad and implementation of an overall training and information plan

Definition and implementation of supply chain audit plan based on risk criteria in relation to human rights


Increase in the number of women in the administrative bodies (B.o.D) and the supervisory bodies (B.o.A) in Italy and abroad

B.o.D.: 24.3% female representation in Italy. B.o.A.: 27.4% female representation in Italy

B.o.D.: 11.2% female representation abroad

At least 1/3 of appointments will be female, exceeding where possible the quotas established by the law

1/5 of appointments to the governing bodies of subsidiaries will be female


Diffusion of the culture of integrity

Launch of the integrity project to strengthen the culture of integrity within the organization

Implementation of training workshops and communication initiatives at all levels of the organization

Working standards

Extension of the working standards mapping to other parts of the company’s operations

Completion of the applied study on the minimum working standards in five strategic countries (Pakistan, Nigeria, Congo, Iraq, Hungary).
Creation of a webinar with the ILO on employment discrimination. Completion of the “Maternity Protection” survey (ILO 183), a study on local legislation and company policies

Issue of internal provisions on maternity rights and assessment of other actions in support of the applicable ILO conventions. Renewal with the Industrial Global Union of the Agreement on international industrial relations and Corporate Social Responsibility