Since 2008, the Numen Group has been committed to a sustainable approach through defining an action plan in the societal, economic and environmental fields.
La fidélité et la durée des relations que nous entretenons avec nos clients et nos fournisseurs nous permettent de bâtir un ensemble de mesures pertinentes, pour lesquelles les différentes parties prenantes ont un rôle à jouer.
Numen will exchange and share knowledge and good practices among its regular partners such as suppliers, customers, neighbors, communities, competitors.
Numen is a member of the United Nations Global Compact.
Numen organizes its Sustainable Development approach around actions spread over 3 standard pillars:
- Economic Actions
- Environmental actions
1. In April 2009, Numen became member of the United Nations Global Impact and committed to the 10 principles regarding human rights, labour rights, environmental protection and fight against corruption.
2. Our stakeholders’ continuous awareness requires a variety of regular communications on Sustainability.
3. Our interest in sustainable development extends beyond our own scope: we exchange with our customers, our suppliers, we participate in regional actions.
1. We have established appropriate communication for the development of the Numen Group.
2. Encouraging the employment of disabled people remains one of our main goal. We defined two main lines of actions: a partnership with our temporary employment agencies to integrate disabled workers and the development of subcontracting operations realised by specialised companies.
3. To prevent the risk of social abuses, the coaching service incorporated social indicators in its management process:
Man/woman equity among employees – Absenteeism
Training plan – Age pyramid
Years of service – Turn-over
1. Waste sorting and recovery have been part of our daily routine for many years now:
- Recovery and associated treatment of all our toner cartridges used by our office and production printers.
- Waste sorting and recovery: paper, cardboard, plastics, pallets.
2. Water consumption is an environmental indicator:
- Creation of an information file raising awareness about the increasing scarcity issue of this resource to be part of the changes in behaviours and attitudes.
- Layout of the sanitation facilities.