Dedicated focus on Qatar Steel’s most material sustainability issues, for both the company and its stakeholders, is the key to achieving the greatest positive impact.
As part of our improved sustainability management programme, and in order to increase our understanding of our stakeholders’ most important issues, we conducted a detailed materiality assessment in 2014. The assessment’s results have guided us in the formulation of areas upon which to focus our sustainability reporting, organised under each of the pillars of our Sustainability Framework. In addition, they will act as a fundamental building block in the creation of our Sustainability Roadmap.
The Materiality Matrix represents the outcome of this assessment. It combines the results of our 2014 survey of our senior managers and sustainability team with our own extensive analysis of the impact of relevant issues on our business. 44 potential issues were identified at the start of the process, of which 20 were identified by our stakeholders as high-priority material issues. We have discussed our performance and initiatives across say:these issues through this sustainability site and our 2014 Sustainability Report.
Most material sustainability issues for Qatar Steel: Top 20