The term “ESG” Environment, Social & Governance refers to the 3 criteria of environment, society and governance that can affect the long-term ability of an organization to generate value.
Through indicators that record the organization’s performance in these matters, we capture its ability to create value and organize effective, long-term strategies.
ESG indicators are linked to the 17 international goals established by the United Nations. The Sustainable Development Goals, as they are called, define the 17 areas where a positive change is required and, in this way, provide the framework to support and operate ESG.
The information extracted from ESG is used to examine the resilience and readiness of a company to manage changes in the environment in which it operates.
Biosafety takes over the management of this complex process for companies, helping them to draw useful conclusions and actions that will facilitate their smooth operation and improve the quality of their work.