Governance & Oversight

Shareholder Structure

The Company had two shareholders as at 31 December 2014. The Italian company Enel Produzione S. p. A. is the majority shareholder with 66% of shares. The minority shareholder is the Slovak Republic, represented by the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic, holding 34% of shares.

Enel group The Slovak Republic, represented by the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic

Enel group




30 countries

on four continents

1,9 mill.

kilometers networks

61 mill.

customers

69 000

employees

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Board of Directors

„At the time of the publication of the Annual Report, Nicola Cotugno held the position of the General Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Slovenské elektrárne“.

Luca D’Agnese

Luca D’Agnese, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Branislav Strýček

Branislav Strýček, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors

Nicola Cotugno

Nicola Cotugno, Member of the Board of Directors

Jaroslav Holubec

Jaroslav Holubec, Member of the Board of Directors

Jozef Zlatňanský

Jozef Zlatňanský, Member of the Board of Directors

Viliam Kupec

Viliam Kupec, Member of the Board of Directors

Peter Hlbocký

Peter Hlbocký, Member of the Board of Directors

Supervisory Board

Radovan Okenka

Radovan Okenka, Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Carlo Tamburi

Carlo Tamburi, Vice-chairman of the Supervisory Board

  • Francesca Gostinell, was nominated for the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by the shareholder Enel Produzione S. p. A. and has held the position since 28 May 2013.

  • Peter Mihók, was nominated for the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by the shareholder Enel Produzione S. p. A. and has held the position since 28 May 2013.

  • Michal Korec, was elected in the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by employees of the Company and has held this position since 21 December 2013.

  • Zdenek Turian, was elected in the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by employees of the Company and has held this position since 21 December 2013.

  • Alda Paola Baldi, was nominated for the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by the shareholder Enel Produzione S. p. A. and has held the position since 25 May 2014.

  • Maurizio Rossetto, was nominated for the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by the shareholder Enel Produzione S. p. A. and has held the position since 28 May 2013.

  • Marco Salemme, was nominated for the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by the shareholder Enel Produzione S. p. A. and has held the position since 31 August 2012.

  • Eduard Metke, CSc., was nominated to the position of Member of the Board of Directors by the National Property Fund of the Slovak Republic and has held the position since 31 August 2012.

  • Gejza Kovács, was elected in the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by employees of the Company and has held this position since 16 November 2012.

  • Jozef Baďura, was elected in the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by employees of the Company and has held this position since 8 March 2014.

  • Ľudovít Hacaj, was elected in the position of Member of the Supervisory Board by employees of the Company and has held this position since 14 December 2014.

Organisational Structure

Nuclear Oversight Mission

”To identify opportunities for improvement in safety performance and provide independent assessments and insights into causes and contributors of events in order to assist in achieving excellence in operational safety”

Governance and Oversight Model
Nuclear Oversight Activities Overview in 2014
  • Nuclear oversight teams cooperation and participation in WANO, INPO, OSART missions

  • Cooperation, benchmarks and exchange of experts with nuclear oversight organizations such as ČEZ, ENDESA as well as other nuclear companies within the EU

  • Review of functional and cross functional areas in Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant and Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant according to WANO Performance Objectives & Criteria

  • Identification of deficiencies and areas for improvement in Units 3 and 4, Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant construction site that may have an adverse impact on the safety of future operation

Integrated Management System

The Integrated Management System of Slovenské elektrárne (IMS) is the basic pillar in setting the integrated policy and main goals of organisation as well as the means for meeting them in an effective and efficient way. It concurrently guarantees the fulfilment of all relevant requirements of stakeholders, i.e. customers, owners, suppliers as well as the Company’s own employees.

The integrated management system includes the following principles, approaches and values:

  • safety first, each Slovenské elektrárne employee is personally responsible for and contributes to increasing the safety level

  • focusing on prevention, continuous improvement and learning

  • promoting the optimum course of processes using an appropriate organisational structure

  • provision of information on the performance of processes and of the entire organisation

  • use of results and proposals from ongoing projects for continuous improvement of the IMS

  • focus on internal and external customers, provision of information about the satisfaction of customers and other stakeholders, flexible response to entitled requirements by stakeholders.

Quality

An important indicator of a sound company is its ability to define ambitious Main goals and to ensure resources and controlled conditions for achieving and fulfilling those goals.

One of the prerequisites for successfully fulfilling the goals also includes the process approach efficiently applied in Slovenské elektrárne - within the framework of the Company’s process model, selected key performance indicators of the Company and process documentation.

The efficiency and effectiveness of the integrated management system was verified in 2014 through 16 integrated audits executed at the headquarters and at all plants and establishments of the Company. The findings are continuously used with the view of continuous improvement of the integrated management system through the defined corrective and preventive measure.

Slovenské elektrárne is aware of the responsibility resulting from its area of activity and also the fact that the responsibility cannot be passed on to suppliers. For this reason, in 2014, 59 external or customer audits were carried out at the place of all suppliers having a possible impact on nuclear safety.

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