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Materiality assessment

Materiality assessment

Our materiality assessment process guides our approach to sustainability by allowing us to identify and manage the issues that are most likely to impact the business and the stakeholders we surveyed.

Our approach

During 2014, we undertook a materiality assessment to identify the issues that matter most to Constellium and our stakeholders.

The first step was to consult with internal and external stakeholders to find out which sustainability issues they see as most important for Constellium and we identified a total of 17 potential material issues.

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    Internal assessment

We administered a questionnaire to representatives from senior management and our Sustainability Council, of which 84 provided input.

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    External assessment

We spoke to and conducted surveys with 27 external stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, investors, Non-Governmental Organizations, regulators, scrap traders and dealers, union representatives, certification bodies and industry associations.

Materiality outcomes

We used the outcomes of our stakeholder survey to map all issues on our materiality matrix.

The chart below shows where primary impacts of each of the issues sit with respect to boundaries of our business.

Materiality Matrix illustration

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The chart below shows where primary impacts of each of the issues sit with respect to boundaries of our business.

Scope and boundaries

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Last update 08 June 2016 Back to top