As a company that cares about the reliability of electricity supply to all regions of the country, we have a real impact on the development of Polish economy and businesses. We also ensure safe and economic operation of the National Power System as a part of the common European system.
- Paweł Łatacz – Chairman of the Supervisory Board
- Marcin Czupryna – Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
- Paulina Mielcarek – Secretary of the Supervisory Board
- Konrad Fisher - Member of the Supervisory Board
- Ksenia Ludwiniak – Member of the Supervisory Board
- Tadeusz Skobel – Member of the Supervisory Board
- Andrzej Jan Toborowicz – Member of the Supervisory Board
- Michał Wierzchowski – Member of the Supervisory Board
|Composition of the PSE Supervisory Board|
||from January 1 until February 6, 2020|
||from February 7 until April 22, 2020|
||from April 23 until August 1, 2020|
||from August 2, 2020 until April 1, 2021|
||from April 2, 2021 until August 4, 2021|
||from August 5, 2021 until October 28, 2021|
||from October 29, 2021 until the report publication date|
- implementation and control of financial reporting processes in the company and the capital group,
- functioning of internal control systems in the company,
- operation of risk identification and management systems,
- independence of internal and external auditors,
- the company's relations with the related entities within the meaning of the Accounting Act of September 29, 1994.
- Eryk Kłossowski – President of the Management Board
- Jarosław Brysiewicz – Vice President of the Management Board
- Tomasz Sikorski – Vice President of the Management Board
- Jakub Kozera – Vice President of the Management Board
- Włodzimierz Mucha – Vice President of the Management Board
Organizational structure of PSE
- GRI 103-2 Investment Committee – the area related to management of the investment process in the PSE Capital Group, and taking key decisions concerning PSE projects assigned to the programs implemented as part of the Committee. The Committee is chaired by the President of the Company's Management Board;
- Standards Committee – the area related to typification of technical solutions used in electric power transmission and distribution systems. The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of the Management Board overseeing the unit responsible for defining the aforementioned standards;
- Security Committee – the area related to maintaining and enhancing physical security at the PSE Capital Group. The Committee is chaired by the President of the Management Board;
- Data Governance Committee – data governance area. The Committee is chaired by the President of the Management Board;
- GRI 103-2 Innovation Committee – the area related to adequacy and continuity of research and development projects. The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of the Management Board overseeing the unit responsible for research and development;
- Committee – othe area related to coordination of the implementation of obligations under the REMIT Regulation and secondary legislation. The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of the Management Board overseeing the organizational unit responsible for communications;
- Network Codes Implementation Committee – the area related to regular supervision and coordination of PSE's actions concerning the implementation of rights and obligations resulting from the Network Codes and Guidelines – regulations issued under Articles 6 and 18 of the Regulation (EC) 714/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of July 13, 2009 on conditions for access to the network for cross-border exchanges in electricity and repealing Regulation (EC) No. 1228/2003 (OJ L 211/15). The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of the Management Board overseeing the organizational unit responsible for the area of international cooperation;
- GRI 103-2 Social Activity Committee – the area related to Corporate Social Responsibility in the PSE Capital Group. The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of the Management Board;
- GRI 103-2 Cyber Security Committee – the area related to coordination of ICT and cyber security in the PSE Capital Group. The Committee is chaired by the President of the Management Board;
Department of System Management Committee (DO) – the areas related to the following:
- coordination and supervision of the work of the System Management Department, in particular the effective integration of the various activities carried out by the department, i.e. technical as well as those related to market and decision-making process support tools,
- policy making and effective integration of project and operational activities,
- making key decisions resulting from the power sector transformation process, requiring collective decisions within the DO.
The Committee is chaired by the Managing Director of the Department of System Management.
|Management Board Representative for Environmental Management System and Occupational Health and Safety Management System||PN-EN ISO 14001 and PN-ISO 45001 (until June 2020, PN-N 18001)|
|Representative for Management System at the Measurement and Research Laboratory in Radom||PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025|
|Quality Manager||PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025|
|Laboratory Manager||PN-EN ISO/IEC 17026|
|Information Security Management System Coordinator||PN-ISO/IE 27001:2014-12|
|Business Continuity Management System Coordinator||PN-ISO/IE 22301:2012|
|Management Board Anti-Corruption Representative||Preventing the occurrence of violations in the area of unfair practices or behavior of employees as well as contracting parties|
|Representative for Critical Infrastructure Protection||The Act of March 18, 2010 on special powers of the minister responsible for state assets, and their exercise in certain capital companies or groups operating in the electricity, oil and gas fuel sectors
Regulation on the Representative for Critical Infrastructure Protection
|Data Protection Officer||Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC|
|Representative for Sustainable Development in the PSE Capital Group||Updating and implementing the Strategy for Sustainable Development|
|Chief Power Engineer||Main, emergency and secure power supply systems|
|Representative for Protection of Classified Information||Act on protection of classified information|
|ICT Security Inspector||Act on protection of classified information|
|IT System Administrator||Act on protection of classified information|
|Head of the Confidential Office||Act on protection of classified information|
|Management Board Compliance Representative||Minimizing the risks of behavior that is beyond the current regulations|
|Aid Representative||Obtaining and settlement of aid funds|
Ethics management and anti-corruption
PSE employees are bound by the Code of Ethics, which is publicly available in the internal network (intranet). The Code is an important element of the HR Policy which defines the attitudes expected from the employees. In addition, for our contracting parties we have posted the Rules of Conduct for Business Partners in the external network (on the website).
We have adopted a zero-tolerance policy on all types of fraud and inappropriate behavior, which includes situations such as accepting material benefits from service providers, theft and failure to keep company secrets, as well as other forms of unacceptable behavior such as mobbing and harassment. Every PSE employee is required to unconditionally adhere to a zero tolerance policy regarding such behavior.
Employees can report any wrongdoing anonymously to the e-mail address and contact phone number of the Compliance Representative, which are listed on the home page of the intranet site.
|GRI 206-1 Total number of incidents related to discrimination, and corrective actions taken on this issue in 2020|
|Description||Number of incidents||Percentage of incidents|
|Discrimination and unequal treatment||0||0|
In 2021, we began developing a dedicated Compliance Risk Map as a tool to implement compliance controls.
As part of the first stage of the work, legal acts resulting in sanctions for an organization were compiled. Regulations (over 100 of them) have been assigned to business process owners, and meetings are currently underway with these owners to assess the risk of sanctions. Risk valuation is being performed in the criminal and administrative area as well as the reputational area. Once this stage is finalized, the map will be permanently implemented into PSE's Compliance System and will be the basis for defining annual controls.
Values- and ethics-related training is planned for our contracting parties in 2021, which is dependent on the epidemiological situation.
GRI 103-2 GRI 103-3
Actions taken in 2020 as part of PSE's anti-corruption efforts:
- mandatory contractual clauses (the so-called Anti-Corruption Clause) were introduced in contracts between PSE and its contracting parties,
- the issue of the Gift Policy was refined by introducing a "Gift Register", which covers both gifts given by PSE and received by company representatives,
- control mechanisms were implemented with regard to implementation of investment projects,
- the Anti-Corruption System was verified by conducting external and internal audits,
- the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) conducted a training for PSE employees, and dedicated training was organized for employees participating in the capacity market auctions,
- anti-corruption trainings were introduced as a mandatory part of basic trainings for employees starting work in our organization,
- key processes of the company's operations were evaluated in order to diagnose and develop methods to prevent corruption and fraud,
- educational campaigns were conducted for PSE employees.
For transmission network development projects that are subsidized with funds coming from the Operational Program Infrastructure and Environment, irregularities or fraud may be reported by e-mail at naduzycia.POIS@mfipr.gov.pl or by using the form published on the following website: www.pois.gov.pl/strony/zglaszanie-nieprawidlowosci.
|GRI 205-1 Percentage and total number of business units analyzed for corruption risks, and the risks identified in 2020|
|1||Total number of business units in the organization||22|
|2||Total number of business units analyzed for corruption risk||22|
|3||Percentage of business units analyzed for corruption risk||100%|
|GRI 205-2 Communication and training on the organization's anti-corruption policies and procedures in 2020|
|Total number of employees in the organization (according to GRI 102-8)||2 627|
|Percentage of employees who have familiarized themselves with the organization's anti-corruption policy and procedures||100%|
|Percentage of members of the Management Board who have familiarized themselves with the organization's anti-corruption policies and procedures||100%|
|Percentage of employees who have received anti-corruption training||25%|
|Percentage of business partners to whom anti-corruption procedure has been communicated||100%|
|GRI 205-3 Confirmed corruption cases|
|Dismissal or disciplinary punishment of employees||0|
|Total number and nature of confirmed corruption cases||0|
|Non-renewal of agreements with contracting parties due to corruption policy violations||0|
|Corrupt litigation brought against the reporting organization or its employees during the reporting period||0|
In 2020, our company did not report and was not a party to any proceedings related to the possibility of a corruption offense.
|GRI 206-1 Proceedings concerning anticompetitive behavior, antitrust and monopolistic practices|
|Number of pending (unfinished) court and administrative proceedings regarding conduct infringing free competition or antitrust regulations, in which the organization acts as a participanta||0|
|Main results of completed legal actions, including any decisions or judgments.||0|