5.1. Interaction with Stakeholders in Reporting Period 5.2. Interaction as This Annual Report Was Prepared 5.3. Public Reporting System

5.3. Public Reporting System

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Information about the Concern’s public reporting system is given in the 2014 Annual Report (page 158).

The following regulatory documents were used in preparation of the Concern’s Annual Report:

  • Federal Law dated December 26, 1995 No. 208-FZ on Joint Stock Companies;
  • Federal Law dated December 6, 2011 No. 402-FZ on Corporate Accounting;
  • Regulation on Information Disclosure by Issuers of Securities (approved by Order of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation dated December 30, 2014 No. 454-P);
  • Letter of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation dated April 10, 2014, No. 06-52/2463 on Recommendations for Applying Corporate Governance Code;
  • G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines issued by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI);
  • АА1000 series of standards published by the International Institute of Social and Ethical Accountability;
  • Integrated Reporting Standard of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC);
  • Key Performance Indicators. Recommendations of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) on their use within managerial practices and corporate non-financial reports;
  • Rosatom State Corporation’s Public Reporting Policy;
  • Public Annual Reporting Standard of Rosenergoatom Concern JSC (revised in 2015);
  • Rosenergoatom Concern JSC Ethics Code.

The Concern’s report is prepared on the basis of the guidelines approved by administrative orders of the Concern’s CEO:

  • Public Reporting Policy (approved by the Concern’s order in 2015 due to revision of the Public Reporting Policy of Rosatom State Corporation and Its Organizations);
  • Procedure for Preparation of Concern’s Annual Report (revised in 2015);
  • List of Standard Elements of Concern’s Public Annual Reporting;
  • Regulations on Concern’s Stakeholders Commission.

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When preparing the Annual Report concept under the GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, representatives of stakeholders and top management of the Concern took part in a survey in December 2014, as part of the first dialog with stakeholders, to update and select material aspects of the Concern’s activity, for subsequent disclosure of these aspects in the Annual Report.

Following the survey, and with due regard to the reporting principles used to determine the content of the Report, and in accordance with the public reporting standard, as well as with the Rules of Preparing Concern’s Public Annual Report, the concept of the Concern’s Annual Report was developed and approved determining the content and material aspects of activity subject to disclosure in the Report.

The ranking map was updated on the basis of the survey results. The methodology is as follows: the horizontal axis reflects the aspect significance for the company according to the survey among top managers. The vertical axis reflects the aspect significance for stakeholders according to the survey among them. Indicator values on each axis were determined as a ratio between the number of positive answers to the total number of respondents. The threshold value was determined to be equal to 0.5 on either axis. The aspects entering the said zone, taking into account the working group’s opinion, were considered material. They are marked in blue and purple.

The description of impact boundaries for the aspects is provided in the Concern’s 2013 Annual Report (pages 36-37). All material aspects are important for the organization within the report perimeter. There are no specific limits regarding aspect boundaries within the organization. The issue of on-the-job injuries in supplying companies is considered material outside the organization.

There is no redefinition of the indicators provided in the previous reports. All data provided is correlated with the previous reports. The Emissions aspect has been deemed immaterial because NPP emission values are situated close to the low limit of indicator measurement.


Regulatory base improvement
  • Revision of the Concern’s Public Reporting Policy, its distribution among all major subsidiaries of the Concern
  • Update of the Concern’s Public Reporting Standard according to the specialized Control and Auditing Body
  • Expansion of the Stakeholders Commission composition and competence
  • Unification of the reporting information collection and processing procedures
Personnel development
  • Participation in workshops of Rosatom State Corporation, meetings of the Russian Regional Network for Integrated Reporting, training sessions
  • Participation in workshops, study of best reporting practices, including the international ones
Research and surveys
  • Survey of the Concern's top managers and stakeholders for selection of material aspects of activity, and compilation of the stakeholders ranking map for disclosure in the Report, identification of priority subjects of the Report
  • Consideration of suggestions through the online version of the Report (feedback form)
  • Polling of stakeholders in the areas of presence
  • Collection and consideration of suggestions through the online version of the Report (feedback form)
  • Visiting dialog at the Kalinin NPP
  • Presentation of reports in the areas of presence
  • Holding of dialogs at NPPs
  • Participation in Russian and international contests of reports
  • Promotion in social networks
  • Report presentation
  • Promotion in the areas of presence, at forums and exhibitions
  • Publication in mass media

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