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GRI table

This report follows the GRI guidelines (version G3.1). The table below lists the GRI indicators that we are reporting on along with references to the sections and page numbers where this information can be found.

GRI Index   Section   Page
Strategy and analysis        
1.1 Statement from the CEO   Statement from the CEO   4-5
1.2 Principal risks, opportunities and impact in the chain   Who we are   15
         
ORGANIZATION PROFILE        
2.1 Name of the organization   Who we are   8-9
2.2 Products and services   Who we are   8-9
2.3 Operational structure   Who we are   13
2.4 Location headquarters   Who we are   8
2.5 Operating countries   Who we are   13
2.6 Nature of ownership and legal form   Who we are   8
2.7 Markets   Who we are   18
2.8 Scale of reporting   Who we are   13
2.9 Changes in organization   Who we are   4
2.10 Awards   Our social performance   26
         
Reporting parameters        
3.1 Reporting period   Appendix-About this report   62-63
3.2 Previous report   Appendix-About this report   63
3.3 Reporting cycle   Appendix-About this report   62
3.4 Contact point   Corporate Goverance   63
3.5 Process defining report content   Appendix-About this report   13
3.6 Boundary   Appendix-About this report / Vertification statement   63, 70
3.7 Limitations on scope or boundary   Appendix-About this report / Vertification statement   63, 70
3.8 Basis for reporting on joint ventures   Appendix-About this report   63
3.9 Techniques applied in composing indicators and other information in the report   Our environmental performance, Appendix-About this report / Glossary   47, 62-63, 71
3.10 Re-statements   Our environmental performance, Appendix-About this report / Glossary   47, 63, 71
3.11 Changes in reporting   Appendix-About this report   63
3.12 Standard disclosures   Strategy, policy and objectives   10
3.13 Policy with regard to external verification   Appendix-About this report   63
         
Governance, obligations and involvement        
4.1 Governance structure   Who we are   13
4.2 Chair of the highest governance body   Who we are   13
4.3 Independence   n.a.   -
4.4 Mechanisms for shareholders and employees   Who we are   13
4.5 Relating remuneration of highest governance body to organizational performance   Who we are   12
4.6 Processes applied by highest governance body to guard against conflict of interest   Who we are   13
4.7 Process for determining qualifications and expertise of members of the highest governance body   Who we are   13
4.8 Internally developed mission and codes of conduct   Who we are   13
4.9 Procedures for assessing sustainability performance by the highest governance body and frequency thereof   Who we are   12
4.10 Process for evaluating the performance of the highest governance body   Who we are   13
4.11 Notes on observance of precautionary principle   Our value chain   15
4.12 Commitment to external charters   Who we are Our societal performance   13, 31
4.13 Membership of associations or organizations   Our environmental performance   44
4.14 List of stakeholder groups   Who we are   14
4.15 Identification and selection of stakeholders   Who we are   14
4.16 Details of stakeholder dialogue, including frequency   Who we are   14
4.17 Details of topics discussed with stakeholders   Our social performance, Our environmental performance, Our societal performance, Our economic performance   16-17, 20-21, 26-27, 30-31, 34-35, 41-44, 50-57
         
Economic Performance Indicators        
EC 1 Direct economic value   Who we are, Our economic performance   11, 57
EC 3 Coverage of organization’s defined benefit plan obligations   Our social performance   31
EC 8 Investments in local infrastructure and services   Who we are, Our societal performance   51
         
Nature & Environmental Performance Indicators        
EN 3 Direct energy consumption by primary energy source   Our environmental performance­   47
EN 4 Indirect energy consumption by energy source   Our environmental performance­   47
EN 12 Significant impacts on biodiversity   Our environmental performance­   39-41
EN 13 Habitats protected or restored   Our environmental performance­   39-43
EN 14 Strategies, current actions and future plans for managing impacts on biodiversity   Our environmental performance­   39-43
EN 16 Greenhouse gas emissions   Our environmental performance­   46-47
         
Social Performance Indicators        
LA 1 Workforce profile   Appendix-HR data   32-33, 66-67
LA 2 Employee turnover   Appendix-HR data   66-67
LA 4 Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements   Appendix-HR data   66-67
LA 7 Injuries, diseases and absenteeism   Appendix-SHE-Q data   68-69
LA 8 Education, prevention, risk-control programs regarding serious diseases   Our social and societal performance   31
LA10 Average hours of training per year per employee by employee category   Appendix-HR data   66
LA 11 Programs for skills management and lifelong learning   Our social performance   28-30
LA 12 Employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews   Our social performance   29
LA 13 Gender composition of governance bodies   Who we are   13
SO 1 Programs assessing the impacts of operations on communities, including entering, operating and exiting   Our societal performance   51
         
Human rights        
HR2 Percentage of suppliers assessed for human rights compliance       19
         
Product Responsibility Indicators        
PR 5 Results surveys measuring customer satisfaction   Who we are   18

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