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GRI Table

GRI Index   Section   Page
Strategy and analysis
1.1 Statement from the CEO   Statement from the CEO   4 and 5
1.2 Principal risks, opportunities and impact in the chain   Our value chain   29
         
ORGANIZATION PROFILE
2.1 Name of the organization   Who we are/profile and services   10
2.2 Products and services   Who we are/profile and services   10-11
2.3 Operational structure   Who we are/corporate governance   15
2.4 Location headquarters   Who we are/profile and services   10
2.5 Operating countries   Who we are/corporate governance   15
2.6 Nature of ownership and legal form   Who we are/corporate governance   15
2.7 Markets   Our value chain/our clients   23
2.8 Scale of reporting   Who we are/corporate governance   16
2.9 Changes in organization   Who we are/corporate governance, Appendix/about this report   16 and 66
2.10 Awards   Who we are/corporate governance Our social performance/safety   17 and 35
         
REPORTING PARAMETERS        
3.1 Reporting period   Appendix/about this report   66-67
3.2 Previous report   Appendix/about this report   66-67
3.3 Reporting cycle   Appendix/about this report   66-67
3.4 Contact point   Appendix/about this report   66-67
3.5 Process defining report content   Who we are/corporate governance   14-15
3.6 Boundary   Appendix/about this report and verification statement   66-67 and 74
3.7 Limitations on scope or boundary   Appendix/about this report and verification statement   66-67 and 74
3.8 Basis for reporting on joint ventures   Appendix/about this report   66
3.9 Techniques applied in composing indicators and other information in the report   Our environmental performance, Appendix/about this report   61 and 66-67
3.10 Re-statements   Appendix/about this report   66-67
3.11 Changes in reporting   Appendix/about this report   66
3.12 Standard disclosures   Policy, strategy and objectives   67
3.13 Policy with regard to external verification   Appendix/about this report   67
         
GOVERNANCE, OBLIGATIONS AND INVOLVEMENT
4.1 Governance structure   Who we are/corporate governance   14-17
4.2 Chair of the highest governance body   Who we are/corporate governance   14-17
4.3 Independence        
4.4 Mechanisms for shareholders and employees   Who we are/our stakeholders   19
4.5 _Relating remuneration of highest governance body to organizational performance   Who we are/corporate governance   15
4.6 _Processes applied by highest governance body to guard against conflict of interest   Who we are/corporate governance   15
4.7 _Process for determining qualifications and expertise of members of the highest governance body   Who we are/corporate governance   15
4.8 Internally developed mission and codes of conduct   Who we are/corporate governance   16
4.9 _Procedures for assessing sustainability performance by the highest governance body and frequency thereof   Who we are/corporate governance   15
         
GRI INDEX
4.10 Process for evaluating the performance of the highest governance body   Who we are/corporate governance   15
4.11 Notes on observance of precautionary principle   Our value chain/risks and opportunities   29
4.12 Commitment to external charters   Who we are/corporate governance and Our societal performance/development and well-being   16 and 39
4.13 Membership of associations or organizations   Our environmental performance­   53 and 58
4.14 List of stakeholder groups   Who we are/our stakeholders   19
4.15 Identification and selection of stakeholders   Who we are/our stakeholders   18
4.16 Details of stakeholder dialogue, including frequency   Who we are/our stakeholders   18 en 19
4.17 Details of topics discussed with stakeholders   Our social performance, Our environmental performance­, Our economic performance   19, 23, 25-27, 43-47 and 58
         
ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
EC 1 Direct economic value   Who we are/corporate governance   16
EC 3 Coverage of organization’s defined benefit plan obligations   Our social performance/development and well-being   40
EC 8 Investments in local infrastructure and services   Our social performance/investments in society   46-47
         
NATURE & ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
EN 3 Direct energy consumption by primary energy source   Our environmental performance­/environmentally-­friendly equipment   59-61
EN 4 Indirect energy consumption by energy source   Our environmental performance­/environmentally-­friendly equipment   59-61
EN 12 Significant impacts on biodiversity   Our environmental performance­/eco-engineering   53-57
EN 13 Habitats protected or restored   Our environmental performance­/eco-engineering   53-57
EN 14 _Strategies, current actions and future plans for managing impacts on biodiversity   Our environmental performance­/eco-engineering   53-57
EN 16 Greenhouse gas emissions   Our environmental performance­/environmentally-­friendly equipment   59-61
         
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
LA 1 Workforce profile   Our social performance/staff profile and Appendix/HR data   44-45 and 70-71
LA 2 Employee turnover   Our social performance/staff profile and Appendix/HR data   44-45 and 70-71
LA 4 Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements   Appendix/HR data   70-71
LA 7 Injuries, diseases and absenteeism   Appendix/SHE-Q data   73
LA 8 Education, prevention, risk-control programs regarding serious diseases   Our societal performance/development and well-being   40-41
LA10 _Average hours of training per year per employee by employee category   Appendix/HR data   70-71
LA 11 Programs for skills management and lifelong learning   Our social performance/development and well-being   40-43
LA 12 _Employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews   Our social performance/development and well-being   39
LA 13 Gender composition of governance bodies   Who we are/corporate governance   15
SO 1 Programs assessing the impacts of operations on communities, including entering, operating and exiting   Our societal performance/investments in society   46-47
         
HUMAN RIGHTS
HR2 Percentage of suppliers assessed for human rights compliance   Our value chain/our suppliers   25
         
PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY INDICATORS
PR 5 Results surveys measuring customer satisfaction   Our value chain/our clients   23

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