Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Plan
Corporate Social Responsibility
The Corporate Social Responsibility policy (PDF, 91 KB) of the MAPFRE group defines the action principles in this field, as well as operating practices and relationships with its main stakeholders. The CSR policy is applicable to every MAPFRE company in every country where it operates.
At MAPFRE, Corporate Social Responsibility is a “voluntary and strategic commitment that entails attempting to achieve business objectives while strictly complying with legal and contractual obligations, applying principles of equity and stability in relationships with stakeholders, thereby contributing to satisfying current and emerging needs of society.
Looking Back on 2022
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MAPFRE Insurance has enhanced its commitment to the environment with the following:
- In 2021 attained an ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Certification for the building operations of the Headquarters building at 211 Main Street Webster, MA. MAPFRE Insurance with significant aspects of natural gas emissions, paper consumption, and paper waste.
- In 2021 attained an ISO 14064-1:2012 Carbon Footprint Calculation CO2 for all facilities located in the United States of America
Environmental Policy (PDF, 404KB)
Please email any inquiries regarding our environmental commitment to email@example.com
MAPFRE USA Sustainability Plan
The MAPFRE USA Sustainability Plan allows us to make progress in our social commitment and strengthen the relationship with employees and stakeholders. The overall objective is to improve our company’s performance and MAPFRE’s image as a trusted global insurance company.
Code of Ethics
The way we conduct business is critical to our sustainability. Our Code of Ethics (PDF, 159 KB) serves as a roadmap for ensuring that we comply with laws, regulations and company policies, and influences how we treat each other and our stakeholders.
Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) define global sustainable development priorities and aspirations for 2030 and seek to mobilize global efforts around a common set of goals and targets. The SDG’s call for worldwide action among governments, business and civil society to end poverty and create a life of dignity and opportunity for all, within the boundaries of the planet. United Nations Compact.
17 Sustainable Development Goals:
To learn more about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN go to http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/sustainable-development-goals.html
MAPFRE Group Sustainability Plan
The Plan allows MAPFRE to make progress in our social commitment and strengthen the relationships with our stakeholders, with which our company has a special relationship. This is achieved through specific economic and good governance actions in the social and environmental areas. The overall objective is to improve our company’s performance and consolidate MAPFRE’s image as a trusted global insurance company.
MAPFRE Group Global Sustainability Development Goals
MAPFRE is committed to the protection of Human Rights and compliance with Sustainable Development Goals, which are included in our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy. This commitment to important social, environmental and governance challenges involves a specific contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. Its 17 goals focus the action plan to protect people, the planet, sustainable economic development and strengthening institutions.
Learn more about Sustainability Development Goals:
Understanding the Dimensions of Sustainable Development
The Sustainable Development Goals – Action Towards 2030 | CAFOD and SDGs
How We Can Make the World a Better Place by 2030 | Michael Green | TED Talks