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Liaison Tashina Giraud
Submission Date May 7, 2013
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Euromed Management
PAE-4: Sustainability Plan

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Tashina Giraud
Sustainable Development Manager
Department of Corporate Social Responsibility
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Does the institution have a sustainability plan that meets the criteria for this credit?:
Yes

A brief description of how multiple stakeholder groups were involved in developing the plan:

This plan was elaborated by the CSR Department with the help of selected memebrs of the staff, managgement teams and with input of a student survey (not fully focused on sustainability). The plan was presented to the Directors of the school and validated by them.


A brief description of the plan’s measurable goals :

Divided into our five axes of action -
1. Teaching
1. Increase CSR presence in Euromed Management’s Curriculum:

Actions:
- Launch one session of the PMG with 4 visually impaired students
>> Target Output : integrate 3/5 disable people for the 2011 session,
>> Target Output : train faculty members to manage handicap

- Launch a new Exec Ed programme “How to Integrate CSR into Strategy and Practices” in partnership with “Des Enjeux et des Hommes”
>> Target Output: 10 participants for the first session / 80 % participant satisfaction

- Make SIMONU event as the official event of the “Rentrée 2012”.
>> Target Output : A unique event for all ESC, bachelor and MS have, 80% satisfaction

- Create CSR links to the MS Programmes (extra financial audit, Sustainable city, ...)
>> Target Output : At least one mandatory course for all of students in the MS

2. Increase Faculty Awareness and Competence on Sustainable Development

Actions:
- Work with the Faculty Director in order to increase faculty awareness and competences on Sustainable Development (i.e. organisation of 1 or 2 days training for every new professor as it’s done at RMS (“by teacher, for teacher” session for now 3 years))
>> Target Output: revisited syllabus with tangible proof elements of the continuous process of
CSR integration for accrediting bobbies.
2. Research

1. Increase research on CSR/SD related topics:
Actions:
- Capitalise on the Responsible purchasing chair (as a success story)
>> Target Outputs:
 Establishment of a new research chair on subject like Well-Being, Gender, and Governance... 100k€/year for 3 years
 The purchasing department is fully integrated into the resp. purchasing chair

- Develop the activities and output of the 1st Responsible Management Network (RMN)
>> Target Outputs:
 90% global satisfaction for all members
 New non-academic publications

- Launch the 2nd RMN
>> Target Output: 8/10 new partners
2. Integrate reliable indicators into CSR research reporting
Actions:
- Work with the research team to create a reliable reporting system with indicators based on faculty input
3. Green Campus Management
1. Improve the management of biodiversity on our campus

Action:
- Take inventory of campus Biodiversity and elaborate a management plan
>>> Target Outputs: a biodiversity inventory with action plan

2. Improve campus Restauration

Action:

- Launch in collaboration with SODEXO the responsible Restauration framework
>>> Target Output: An inventory of current status and a road map for improvement

3. Improve campus waste management

Action:

- Work with logistics to create reliable indicators on consumption and waste.
>>> Target Output: existence and use of reliable indicators

4. Reduce paper consumption

Action:

- Launch working group and actions for dematerialization
>>> Target Output: paper consumption is reduced by 5%
4. Social Policy
1. Improve the quality of life and health of our students, to be at the service of individual performance and to help prevent psychosocial risks.

Action:
- Launch “Wellness” (resources, teams, centres, etc.)
- Expand to Toulon in 2012.
>>> Target Output: existence of the wellness mechanism, partnerships on Wellness, development of the project.

2. Improve the learning environment and context for students with disabilities
Actions:
- Launch the PMG for visually impaired students
>>> Target Output: 80% satisfaction among participants (disable and valid) + faculty & the launch of a 2nd session next year.
- Find funding (grants or sponsors) for accessibility improvements
>>> Target Output: funding (grants or sponsors) for accessibility improvements - 200k€
- Create scholarships for disabled students
>>> Target Output: Increased amount of scholarships for disabled students.

2. Reinforce the school’s equal opportunity policy

Action:
- Sign agreements and create scholarships/projects on Diversity.
>>> Target Output: Sign agreements and create scholarships/projects on Diversity – 100 k€

- Organize the Diversity Week
>>> Target Output: raised awareness on diversity issues and valorisation of student & staff commitments & actions

5. Goveranance & Stratgegy
1. Increase school implication & presence in global/national networks:
2. Contribute to integrating CSR into accreditation processes
4. Improve the CSR Officer mechanism
5. Improve purchasing process within the Group
6. Contribute to the improvement of working conditions at the school


A brief description of how progress in meeting the plan’s goals is measured:

These objectives come from a larger reporting tool called the Green Plan. The strategic plan was developed to address the "lacking" variables in our current plan. Indicators were established and continue to be published in our yearly reporting.


The website URL where more information about the sustainability plan is available:
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The year the plan was developed or last updated:
2011

These objectives come from a larger reporting tool called the Green Plan. The strategic plan was developed to address the "lacking" variables in our current plan. Indicators were established and continue to be published in our yearly reporting.

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