2019 ESG report: GRI standards
Oct 15, 2019

Our ESG report is aligned to the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Standards in accordance with their ‘Core’ option.

The below GRI Index contains links to content under the GRI indicators, and we strive to continuously increase the number of indicators we report against.

ORGANISATIONAL PROFILE
 Strategy
GRI 102-14 Statement from senior decision-maker Introduction
Organisation profile
GRI 102-1 Organisation name Who we are
GRI 102-2 Primary brands, products and services Who we are
GRI 102-3 Headquarter's location Who we are
GRI 102-4 Where the organization operates Who we are
GRI 102-5  Nature of ownership and legal form Who we are
GRI 102-6  Markets served Who we are
GRI 102-7  Scale of the organization Our people
GRI 102-8 Total number of employees by type Our people
GRI 102-9 Supply chain description Our community
GRI 102-10 Organizational changes during the reporting period Who we are
GRI 102-11 Precautionary principle Our approach
GRI 102-12 External charters, principles or other initiatives Our approach
GRI 102-13 Membership associations Our approach
 Identified material aspects and boundaries
GRI 102-45 Entities included in financial statements Our approach
GRI 102-46 Process for defining report boundaries and content Our approach
GRI 102-47 Material aspects included in the report Our approach
GRI 103-1 Descriptions of material aspect boundaries within the organization Our approach
GRI 102-49 Changes from previous reports in terms of scope and/or boundaires Our approach
Stakeholder engagement
GRI 102-40 Stakeholder groups Our community
GRI 102-42 How stakeholders were identified Our community
GRI 102-43 Approach to stakeholder engagement Our community
GRI 102-44 Topics raised during stakeholder engagements Our community
 Report Profile
GRI 102-50 Reporting period Our approach
GRI 102-51 Date of most recent report Our approach
GRI 102-52 Reporting cycle Our approach
GRI 102-53 Report contact Our approach
GRI 102-55 "In accordance" option, GRI Index and report assurance Our approach
GRI 102-56 Policy regarding report assurance Our approach
Governance
GRI 102-18 Governance structure of the organisation Our governance
Ethics and Integrity
GRI 102-16 Code of conduct Our governance
SPECIFIC STANDARD DISCLOSURES
Economic
GRI 201-1 Economic Value Who we are
Environmental
GRI 201-3 Energy consumption (Scope 1 + 2) Our environment
GRI 302-3 Energy intensity Our environment
GRI 302-5 Energy reductions in products and services Our environment
GRI 303-1 Water withdrawals by source Our environment
GRI 305-1 GHG emissions (Scope 1) Our environment
GRI 305-2 GHG emissions (Scope 2) Our environment
GRI 305-4 GHG emissions intensity Our environment
Social: Labour practices and decent work
GRI 401-2 Benefits provided to full-time employees Our people
GRI 403-1 Workforce represented in health and safety committees Our people
GRI 405-2 Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men Our people
Social: Human Rights
GRI 412-3 Investment agreements and contracts that include human rights clauses or underwent screening Our community
GRI 408-1 Risk of child labour in operations and suppliers Our community
GRI 409-1 Risk of forced or compulsory labour in operations and suppliers Our community
GRI 412-1 Operations that have been subject to human rights assessments Our community
GRI 414-2 Human rights impacts in the supply chain Our community
Social: Society
GRI 205-1 Risks related to corruption Our governance
GRI 205-2 Communications and training on anti-corruption Our governance
GRI 206-1 Anti-competitive behaviour Our governance
GRI 419-1 Fines for non-compliance with laws Our governance