Materiality outcome

Our corporate responsibility team, through a formal materiality analysis, has identified the aspects in the table below as being most material for the purpose of strategic focus and reporting.

CategoryMaterial AspectReported Index
EconomicEconomic PerformanceEC1 – Direct economic value generated and distributed
EnvironmentEnergyEN3 – Energy consumption
EN5 – Energy intensity ratio
EN6 – Reduction of operations energy consumption
EN7 – Reduction of product energy requirements
WaterEN8 – Water withdrawal by source
EmissionsEN15 – Direct greenhouse gas emissions (scope 1)
EN16 – Indirect greenhouse gas emissions (scope 2)
EN19 – Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
Effluents & WasteEN23 – Waste by type and disposal method
Products & ServicesEN27 – Mitigation of environmental impacts
ComplianceEN29 – Significant environmental fines and sanctions
Supplier Environmental AssessmentEN32 – Responsible sourcing environmental criteria
Social: LaborEmploymentLA 1 – Attraction and turnover of new employees
Occupational Health & SafetyLA5 – Employee health and safety committees
LA6 – Employee injury rates
Training & EducationLA11 – Career development reviews
Diversity & Equal OpportunityLA 12 – Diversity
Supplier Labor AssessmentLA14 – Responsible sourcing labor criteria
Social: Human RightsSupplier Human Rights AssessmentHR10 – Responsible sourcing human rights criteria
Social: SocietyLocal CommunitiesSO1 – Local community engagement
Anti-CorruptionSO4 – Policy communication and training
Supplier Assessment for Impacts on SocietySO9 – Responsible sourcing society criteria
Social: Product ResponsibilityConsumer Health & SafetyPR1 – Product improvement assessments