INVOLVING SUPPLIERS IN THE GROUP’S CSR APPROACH

INVOLVING SUPPLIERS IN THE GROUP’S CSR APPROACH

INVOLVING SUPPLIERS IN THE GROUP’S CSR APPROACH
“A Better Way Forward”

“A Better Way Forward”

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Michelin’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, as outlined in the Michelin Performance and Responsibility Charter, is a reflection of our core values

Michelin’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, as outlined in the Michelin Performance and Responsibility Charter, is a reflection of our core values

It applies to our relations with our suppliers and their subcontractors, since we expect them to apply sustainable development principles and international standards to all their activities and sites, all around the world.

The Michelin Purchasing Principles reflect these commitments and the Group’s values. They guide our actions to ensure that our customers and other market stakeholders continue to trust our brand.

Michelin works in partnership with our suppliers in a joint approach to CSR progress

It applies to our relations with our suppliers and their subcontractors, since we expect them to apply sustainable development principles and international standards to all their activities and sites, all around the world.

The Michelin Purchasing Principles reflect these commitments and the Group’s values. They guide our actions to ensure that our customers and other market stakeholders continue to trust our brand.

Michelin works in partnership with our suppliers in a joint approach to CSR progress

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA

Reduce

Recycle

Recycling & Regeneration projects

Reuse

Renew

Increase the use of renewable resources

Reduce

Reduce

Reuse

Reuse

Recycle

Recycle

Recycling & Regeneration projects

Recycling & Regeneration projects

Renew

Renew

Increase the use of renewable resources

Increase the use of renewable resources

The Purchasing department’s Total Cost of Ownership approach includes environmental, social, and ethical requirements in our specifications for our internal customers. There are steps we can take throughout a tire’s lifecycle to reduce its impact on natural resources, energy, and matter. Michelin takes simultaneous action in four areas during the tire’s life cycle to provide a combination of solutions that use resources more efficiently. The criteria are defined as part of the 4R Circular economy strategy used by Purchasing staff, in compliance with regulatory standards:

The Purchasing department’s Total Cost of Ownership approach includes environmental, social, and ethical requirements in our specifications for our internal customers. There are steps we can take throughout a tire’s lifecycle to reduce its impact on natural resources, energy, and matter. Michelin takes simultaneous action in four areas during the tire’s life cycle to provide a combination of solutions that use resources more efficiently. The criteria are defined as part of the 4R Circular economy strategy used by Purchasing staff, in compliance with regulatory standards:

RESPONSIBLE & SUSTAINABLE PURCHASING POLICY

RESPONSIBLE & SUSTAINABLE PURCHASING POLICY

RESPONSIBLE & SUSTAINABLE PURCHASING POLICY
  • This approach is presented in the Responsible & Sustainable Procurement Policy

  • Since purchasing represents close to 60% of Michelin’s sales, for the past several years the company has been taking a proactive approach towards responsible procurement with our suppliers.

  • This means that we select suppliers, goods and services that are produced in compliance with the highest social, ethical, and environmental standards, according to the Michelin Purchasing Principles.

  • Click here to know more >>

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  • This approach is presented in the Responsible & Sustainable Procurement Policy

  • Since purchasing represents close to 60% of Michelin’s sales, for the past several years the company has been taking a proactive approach towards responsible procurement with our suppliers.

  • This means that we select suppliers, goods and services that are produced in compliance with the highest social, ethical, and environmental standards, according to the Michelin Purchasing Principles.

  • Click here to know more >>

  • This approach is presented in the Responsible & Sustainable Procurement Policy

  • Since purchasing represents close to 60% of Michelin’s sales, for the past several years the company has been taking a proactive approach towards responsible procurement with our suppliers.

  • This means that we select suppliers, goods and services that are produced in compliance with the highest social, ethical, and environmental standards, according to the Michelin Purchasing Principles.

  • Click here to know more >>

CONFLICT MINERALS IN REGIONS AT RISK

CONFLICT MINERALS IN REGIONS AT RISK

CONFLICT MINERALS IN REGIONS AT RISK
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  • Find the Michelin Policy on Conflict Materials here

  • As part of Michelin’s commitment to corporate social responsibility in its operations and supply chain, we are committed to purchasing materials and components that, directly or indirectly, do not finance or support armed groups in conflict zones. This applies to several minerals or their derivatives, such as tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold and cobalt.

  • In order to ensure compliance with these requirements and to verify the origin of these minerals in our supply chain, we ask some of our suppliers and their subcontractors to complete the “Conflict Minerals Reporting Template” available here to be returned to your usual contacts within the Purchasing Operations Department.

  • Click here to know more >>

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  • Find the Michelin Policy on Conflict Materials here

  • As part of Michelin’s commitment to corporate social responsibility in its operations and supply chain, we are committed to purchasing materials and components that, directly or indirectly, do not finance or support armed groups in conflict zones. This applies to several minerals or their derivatives, such as tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold and cobalt.

  • In order to ensure compliance with these requirements and to verify the origin of these minerals in our supply chain, we ask some of our suppliers and their subcontractors to complete the “Conflict Minerals Reporting Template” available here to be returned to your usual contacts within the Purchasing Operations Department.

  • Click here to know more >>

  • Find the Michelin Policy on Conflict Materials here

  • As part of Michelin’s commitment to corporate social responsibility in its operations and supply chain, we are committed to purchasing materials and components that, directly or indirectly, do not finance or support armed groups in conflict zones. This applies to several minerals or their derivatives, such as tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold and cobalt.

  • In order to ensure compliance with these requirements and to verify the origin of these minerals in our supply chain, we ask some of our suppliers and their subcontractors to complete the “Conflict Minerals Reporting Template” available here to be returned to your usual contacts within the Purchasing Operations Department.

  • Click here to know more >>

RSE Training

RSE Training

RSE Training

“Sustainable Purchasing” module training mandatory for buyers 

Provided to certain internal partners as well

“Sustainable Purchasing” module training mandatory for buyers 

Provided to certain internal partners as well

Training transformed into an online module, in order to guarantee quality training available anytime for teams around the world

Training transformed into an online module, in order to guarantee quality training available anytime for teams around the world

80% of Buyers Trained

200 took Online Training since 2020

700 employees from purchasing took this module by 2020

80% of Buyers Trained

200 took Online Training since 2020

700 employees from purchasing took this module by 2020

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