SK ecoplant sets the company’s direction and identifies the crisis and opportunity factors related to ESG based on management and investment environment analysis, also business strategy and performance analysis. In particular, as our portfolio transitions to the environment and energy businesses, various potential risks and risks from climate change were reclassified as major business risks. Upon recognizing the possibility of a risk, we report in order of “dedicated risk management organization → risk management leader→ C-Level” according to the reporting process, and follow the daily, monthly, quarterly, and semiannual reporting system depending on the risk type. Meanwhile, in the case of the safety sector requiring constant risk management, real-time monitoring is implemented through the Safety Control Center. The Safety Control Center serves as an integrated crisis control tower for company-wide response in case of emergencies.