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GRI Index

The GRI Index provides a standardised overview of reporting which is broken down by subject.


Indicators
   
 
Status
  Reference MC = Management Commentary, SR = Sustainability Report,
CG = Corporate Governance, RR = Remuneration Report, FS = Financial Statements or Website Swisscom
            Key: Indicator according to GRI Standards (within scope of the report)
Ø =not relevant  CheckedNegativ = not covered  Unchecked = partially covered  CheckedPositive = totally covered
     
             
102 General Disclosures Organizational profile
102-1   Name of the organization    CheckedPositive   FS P. 155 Notes to the consolidated financial statements: Other disclosures
102-2   Activities, brands, products and services    CheckedPositive   MC P. 32 Brands, products and services
102-3   Location of headquarters    CheckedPositive   See 102-1, CH-3048 Worblaufen
102-4   Location of operations    CheckedPositive   CG P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders; FS P. 153 5.4 Group companies
102-5   Ownership and legal form    CheckedPositive   CG P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders
102-6   Markets served    CheckedPositive   MC P. 20 Swiss market trends in telecoms and IT services
102-7   Scale of the organization    CheckedPositive   MC P. 4 KPIs of Swisscom Group; MC P. 5 Business overview;
MC P. 45 Financial review; CG P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders
102-8   nformation on employees and other workers    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland;
SR P. 75 Scope of the report: Personnel information system
102-9   Supply Chain    CheckedPositive   SR P. 8 Value chain, supply chain and key aspects of Corporate Responsibility;
SR P. 61 Fair supply chain
102-10   Significant changes to the organization and its supply chain    CheckedPositive   MC P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders;
No significant changes in the supply chain.
102-11   Precautionary principle or approach    CheckedPositive   MC P. 60 Health and the environment; CG P. 98 Pension fund and fringe benefits;
FS P. 144 Defined benefit plans; SR P. 52 comPlan pension fund;
SR P. 61 Supplier risk management
102-12   External initiatives    CheckedPositive   www.swisscom.ch/cr-partnerships
102-13   Membership of associations    CheckedPositive   SR P. 27 Public Affairs
www.swisscom.ch/cr-partnerships
     
             
Strategy
102-14   Statement from senior decision maker    CheckedPositive   MC P. 6 Shareholders’ letter
102-15   Key impacts, risks, and opportunities    CheckedPositive   Context: MC P. 17 General conditions; SR P. 6 Sustainable environment;
Risks: MC P. 59 Risks; SR P. 65 Main risk factors in the supply chain;
Chances: MC P. 32 Brands, products and services; SR P. 43 Work and life;
Goals and strategy: MC P. 14 Corporate strategy;
SR P. 14 Corporate Responsibility strategy
     
             
Ethics and integrity
102-16   Values, principles, standards, and norms of behavio    CheckedPositive   www.swisscom.ch/basicprinciples - Code of Conduct; SR P. 13 Vision;
CG P. 78 4.9.3 Compliance management;
SPAG: http://www.public-affairs.ch/de/standeskommission/standesregeln;
Codex from Lissabon:
https://prsuisse.ch/sites/default/files/basicfiles/kodex_von_lissabon_verhaltensno256.pdf
SR P. 23 Ethics in the digital world
102-17   Mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Compliance management;
CG P. 78 4.9.3 Compliance management;
CG P. 79 4.9.4 Internal auditing
     
             
Governance
102-18   Governance structure    CheckedPositive   SR P. 22 Corporate responsibility – governance and implementation;
CG P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders;
CG P. 68 4 4 Board of Directors; CG P. 74 4.5 4.5 Internal organisation and modus
operandi; CG P. 77 4.8 Assignment of powers of authority; CG P. 80 5 Group Executive Board
102-19   Delegating authority    CheckedPositive   See GRI 102-18
102-20   Executive level responsibility for economic, environmental, and social topics    CheckedPositive   See GRI 102-18
102-21   Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics    CheckedPositive   CG P. 86 7.3 7.3 Convocation of the Annual General Meeting and agenda items;
Internet contact page www.swisscom.ch/de/about/investoren/kontakt.html;
See also Website https://ip-ho.computershare.ch/swisscom
for registered shareholders of Swisscom.
102-22   Composition of the highest governance body and its committees    CheckedPositive   CG P. 68 4 Board of Directors;
CG P. 80 5 Group Executive Board
102-23   Chair of the highest governance body    CheckedPositive   CG P. 68 4 Board of Directors;
CG P. 80 5 Group Executive Board
102-24   Nominating and selecting the highest governance body    CheckedPositive   CG P. 73 4.34.3 Election and term of office;
CG P. 77 4.7 4.7 Committees of the Board of Directors: Nomination Committee
102-25   Conflicts of interest    CheckedPositive   www.swisscom.ch/basicprinciples – Organisational Regulations;
CG P. 77 4.9 Information and controlling instruments of the Board of Directors
visà-vis the Group Executive Board
102-26   Role of highest governance body in setting purpose, values, and strategy    CheckedPositive   www.swisscom.ch/basicprinciples – Organisational Regulations;
See 102-18
102-27   Collective knowledge of highest governance body    CheckedPositive   CG P. 74 4.5 Internal organisation and modus operandi
102-28   Evaluating the highest governance body’s performance    CheckedPositive   See 102-29, 102-32;
Group Executive Board members were nominated as internal sponsors for the strategic priorities
of the CR strategy; SR P. 22 Corporate responsibility – governance and implementation
102-29   Identifying and managing economic, environmental, and social impacts    CheckedPositive   See 102-18, 102-22;
SR P. 22 Corporate responsibility – governance and implementation;
CG P. 77 4.9 Information and controlling instruments of the Board of Directors visà-vis
the Group Executive Board
102-30   Effectiveness of risk management processes    CheckedPositive   CG P. 77 4.9 Information and controlling instruments of the Board of Directors visà-vis
the Group Executive Board;
CG P. 78 4.9.1 Risk management;
CG P. 79 4.9.4 Internal auditing
102-31   Review of economic, environmental, and social topics    CheckedPositive   CG P. 77 4.9 Information and controlling instruments of the Board of Directors visà-vis
the Group Executive Board: annual;
CG P. 78 4.9.1 Risk management: quarterly at the Audit Committee;
CG P. 78 4.9.2 Internal control system and financial reporting:
quarterly at the Audit Committee;
CG P. 78 4.9.3 Compliance management: quarterly at the Audit Committee;
CG P. 79 4.9.4 Internal auditing: quarterly at the Audit Committee
In urgent cases: contemporary
102-32   Highest governance body’s role in sustainability reporting    CheckedPositive   The Audit Committee from the Board of Directors is validating the report in two steps
before the publication: An independent proxy is validating the Remuneration Report;
The report is released by the Board of Directors; See 102-18
102-33   Communicating critical concerns    CheckedPositive   CG P. 77 4.9 Information and controlling instruments of the Board of Directors visà-vis
the Group Executive Board:
The Chairman of the Audit Committee is informed in real time in urgent cases on new essential riskP.
102-34   Nature and total number of critical concerns    CheckedNegativ   As a basic principle of the Whistleblowing anonymity is guaranteed, for this reason,
Swisscom communicates neither the number nor other details about concerns.
102-35   Remuneration policies    CheckedPositive   CG P. 95 3 Remuneration of the Group Executive Board
102-36   Process for determining remuneration    CheckedPositive   FS P. 144 4.2 Key management compensation
102-37   Stakeholders’ involvement in remuneration    CheckedPositive   SR P. 10 Dialogue with stakeholder groups and strategic priorities;
CG P. 86 7.3 Convocation of the Annual General Meeting and agenda items; Protocol
102-38   Annual total compensation ratio    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
102-39   Percentage increase in annual total compensation ratio    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
     
             
Stakeholder engagement
102-40   List of stakeholder groups    CheckedPositive   SR P. 10 Dialogue with stakeholder groups and strategic priorities
102-41   Collective bargaining agreements    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
102-42   Identifying and selecting stakeholders    CheckedPositive   See 102-4
102-43   Approach to stakeholder engagement    CheckedPositive   SR P. 8 Stakeholder involvement; See 102-46, 102-4
102-44   Key topics and concerns raised    CheckedPositive   See 102-46, 102-4
     
             
Reporting practice
102-45   Entities included in the consolidated financial statements    CheckedPositive   CG P. 64 2 Group structure and shareholders; FS P. 153 5.4 Group companies
102-46   Defining report content and topic boundaries    CheckedPositive   See 102-40
102-47   List of material topics    CheckedPositive   SR P. 12 Material issues, SR P. 12 Swisscom materiality matrix 2018
102-48   Restatements of information    CheckedPositive   New representations due to brand refresh and layout adjustments.
102-49   Changes in reporting    CheckedPositive   none
102-50   Reporting period    CheckedPositive   01.01.2018–31.12.2018
102-51   Date of most recent report    CheckedPositive   www.swisscom.ch/bericht2017
102-52   Reporting cycle    CheckedPositive   annual
102-53   Contact point for questions regarding the report    CheckedPositive   FS P. 181 Publishing details
102-54   Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards    CheckedPositive   SR P. 75 Reporting: procedure and organisation
It is structured in line with the Comprehensive option under GRI.
102-55   GRI content index    CheckedPositive   SR P. 75 Reporting: procedure and organisation
It is structured in line with the Comprehensive option under GRI.
102-56   External assurance    CheckedPositive   SR P. 75 Reporting: procedure and organisation
It is structured in line with the Comprehensive option under GRI.
     
             
200 Economic Topics
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   MC P. 6 Shareholders’ letter;
103-2   The management approach and its components    CheckedPositive   MC P. 6 Shareholders’ letter;
Link: www.swisscom.ch/basicprinciples - Code of conduct
MC P. 14 Corporate strategy; MC P. 56 Financial outlook
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   MC P. 6 Shareholders’ letter;
     
             
201 Economic Performance
201-1   Direct economic value generated and distributed    CheckedPositive   MC P. 55 Statement of added value.
201-2   Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate change    CheckedPositive   MC P. 16 Corporate Responsibility
See 302-3, 302-4, 302-5, 305-4 und 306-5;
www.cdp.net
201-3   Defined benefit plan obligations and other retirement plans    CheckedPositive   FS P. 144 4.3 Post-employment benefits;
SR P. 52 comPlan pension fund; See 401-3
201-4   Financial assistance received from government   Ø   From a Group standpoint there were no matters in 2018 requiring disclosure in accordance
with IAS 20 and no government grants at all.
     
             
202 Market Presence
202-1   Ratios of standard entry level wage by gender compared to local minimum wage    CheckedPositive   MC P. 28 Employee remuneration;
SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
202-2   Proportion of senior management hired from the local community   Ø   There is no location-based staff selection.
     
             
203 Indirect Economic Impacts
203-1   Infrastructure investments and services supported    CheckedPositive   MC P. 44 Capital expenditure; SR P. 68 Basic service provision;
SR P. 49 Internet for Schools initiative
203-2   Significant indirect economic impacts    CheckedPositive   SR P. 67 Networked Switzerland
     
             
204 Procurement Practices
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 61 Management approach
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 61 Management approach
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 61 Management approach
204-1   Proportion of spending on local suppliers    CheckedPositive   There is a location-based supplier selection for the location Switzerland.
     
       
205 Anti-Corruption
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Precautionary principle
SR P. 25 Compliance management
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Compliance management
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Compliance management
205-1   Operations assessed for risks related to corruption    CheckedPositive   Risk-prone procedures are examined.
205-2   Communication and training about anti-corruption policies and procedures    CheckedPositive   SR P. 17 CR targets: Anti-corruption (GRI 205-2)
SR P. 25 Compliance management
205-3   Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken    CheckedPositive   In a suspicious case, Swisscom filed a criminal complaint.
           
             
206 Anti-Competitive Behavior
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Precautionary principle
SR P. 25 Compliance management
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Compliance management
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 25 Compliance management
206-1   Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, anti-trust, and monopoly practices    CheckedPositive   MC P. 18 Legal environment; MC P. 19 Federal Cartel Act (CartA);
FS P. 143 Contingent liabilities arising from competition law proceedings
           
             
300 Environmental Topics
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 30 Management approach
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 30 Management approach
SR P. 38 Other environmental aspects in the company
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 30 Management approach (at the end of the section)
     
             
301 Materials
301-1   Materials used by weight or volume    CheckedPositive   SR P. 38 Other environmental aspects in the company
301-2   Recycled input materials used    CheckedPositive   SR P. 40 Recycling
     
             
302 Energy
302-1   Energy consumption within the organization    CheckedPositive   SR P. 32 Consumption of electricity from renewable sources and eco-electricity (electricity mix);
SR P. 32 Efficiency measures for fuel consumption, heat and CO2 reduction;
SR P. 33 Efficiency measures in fuel consumption,mobility and CO2 reduction;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland;
Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
302-2   Energy consumption outside of the organization   Ø   SR P. 36 Energy consumption and emissions by customers and the initiative to reduce
them thanks to improved devices;
separate climate report Swisscom 2018, § 2.2 Energy consumption by customers Scope 3
cat. 11 (use of the products) online under: Link www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018 abrufbar
302-3   Energy intensity    CheckedPositive   SR P. 30 Energy efficiency and climate protection;
SR P. 34 Energy intensity;
SR P. 17 The most important indicators fort he achievement of Swisscom’s CR targets
302-4   Reduction of energy consumption    CheckedPositive   SR P. 31 Energy efficiency: energy consumption and savings at Swisscom;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland
302-5   Reductions in energy requirements of products and services    CheckedPositive   SR P. 34 Efficiency gains through sustainable ICT services at Swisscom;
SR P. 36 Energy consumption and emissions by customers and the initiative to reduce
them thanks to improved devices;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland
     
             
303 Water
303-1   Interactions with water as a shared resource    CheckedPositive   SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland;
SR P. 38 Other environmental aspects in the company: Water
303-2   Management of water discharge-related impacts   Ø   Not relevant, as water is only used for sanitary purposeP.
303-3   Water withdrawal   Ø   Household water only.
     
             
304 Biodiversity
304-1   Operational sites owned, leased, managed in, or adjacent to, protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value outside protected areas    CheckedPositive   SR P. 40 Other environmental aspects in the company: Soil and biodiversity


304-2   Significant impacts of activities, products, and services on biodiversity    CheckedPositive   SR P. 40 Other environmental aspects in the company: Soil and biodiversity
304-3   Habitats protected or restored    CheckedPositive   SR P. 40 Other environmental aspects in the company: Soil and biodiversity
304-4   IUCN Red List species and national conservation list species with habitats in areas affected by operations   Ø   Not collected as not relevant.

     
             
305 Emissions
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 30 Management approach
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 37 Carbon footprint
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 37 Carbon footprint
305-1   Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions    CheckedPositive   SR P. 31 Energy efficiency: energy consumption and savings at Swisscom;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland; Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
305-2   305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions    CheckedPositive   SR P. 31 Energy efficiency: energy consumption and savings at Swisscom;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland; Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
305-3   Other indirect (Scope 3) GHG emissions    CheckedPositive   SR P. 31 Energy efficiency: energy consumption and savings at Swisscom;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland; Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
305-4   GHG emissions intensity    CheckedPositive   SR P. 17 The most important indicators fort he achievement of Swisscom’s CR targets;
Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
305-5   Reduction of GHG emissions    CheckedPositive   SR P. 34 Efficiency gains through sustainable ICT services at Swisscom;
SR P. 36 Energy consumption and emissions by customers and the initiative to reduce
them thanks to improved devices;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland; Separate climate report Swisscom 2018
available online at the link: www.swisscom.ch/climatereport2018
305-6   Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS)    CheckedPositive   SR P. 39 Cooling systems and refrigerants
305-7   Nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOX), and other significant air emissions    CheckedPositive   SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland

     
             
306 Effluents and waste
306-1   Water discharge by quality and destination    CheckedPositive   Water is only used for sanitary purposes.
306-2   Waste by type and disposal method    CheckedPositive   SR P. 40 Other environmental aspects in the company: Waste and Recycling;
SR P. 42 Environmental key figures in Switzerland
306-3   Significant spills    CheckedPositive   No significant releases known.
306-4   Transport of hazardous waste   Ø   Not relevant. Swisscom
did not transport in 2018 waste classified under the Basle Convention.
306-5   Water bodies affected by water discharges and/or runoff   Ø   Not relevant.
Waste water is discharged into municipal sewage treatment plants.
     
             
307 Environmental compliance
307-1   Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations    CheckedPositive   No fines or penalties for non-compliance were imposed in 2018.
SR P. 25 Compliance management
     
             
308 Supplier Environmental Assessment
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Management approach
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Management approach
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Management approach
308-1   New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Audits
308-2   Negative environmental impacts in the supply chain and actions taken    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Audits; SR P. 65 Main risk factors in the supply chain
     
             
400 Social
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 51 Responsible employer
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 51 Responsible employer
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 51 Responsible employer
           
             
401 Employment
401-1   New employee hires and employee turnover    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
401-2   Benefits provided to full-time employees that are not provided to temporary or part-time employees    CheckedPositive   MC P. 27 Employees;
SR P. 52 Remuneration: Fringe benefits
401-3   Parental leave    CheckedPositive   SR P. 52 Remuneration: Fringe benefits
     
             
402 Labor/management relations
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   MC P. 27 Employees in Switzerland
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   MC P. 27 Employees in Switzerland
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   MC P. 27 Employees in Switzerland
402-1   Minimum notice periods regarding operational changes    CheckedPositive   CEA § 3.3 Negotiations should be engaged early enough with the contracting unions.
     
             
403 Occupational health and safety
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 57 Occupational health and safety
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 57 Occupational health and safety
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 57 Occupational health and safety
403-1   Occupational health and safety management system    CheckedPositive   MC P. 27 Collective employment agreement (CEA);
MC P. 27 Employees (100% of staff);
SR P. 57 Occupational health and safety
403-2   Hazard identification, risk assessment, and incident investigation    CheckedPositive   SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
403-3   Occupational health services    CheckedPositive   SR P. 57 Types of injuries, occupational illnesses, days lost due to illness, absences and
number of work-related deaths;
SR P. 57 Occupational health and safety
     
             
404 Training and education
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 53 Training and education
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 53 Training and education
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 53 Training and education
404-1   Average hours of training per year per employee    CheckedPositive   SR P. 54 Average number of hours of training and further education per year and employee
404-2   Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs    CheckedPositive   SR P. 54 Programmes to improve employees’ skills and provide transitional assistance;
Language courses/language skills and training opportunities on new media:
partnership with the swiss education-portal www.ausbildung-weiterbildung.ch
404-3   Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews    CheckedPositive   SR P. 54 Evaluating performance and career development;
SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland;
MC P. 27 Collective employment agreement (CEA)
     
             
405 Diversity and equal opportunity
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 55 Diversity and equal opportunities
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 55 Diversity and equal opportunities
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 55 Diversity and equal opportunities
405-1   Diversity of governance bodies and employees    CheckedPositive   CG P. 68 4 Board of Directors;
CG P. 80 5 Group Executive Board;
SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
405-2   Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men    CheckedPositive   MC P. 28 Employee remuneration;
SR P. 51 Equal pay;
SR P. 59 Total workforce in Switzerland
     
             
406 Non-discrimination
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
406-1   Incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken    CheckedPositive   SR P. 66 Audit results – Example of engagements with suppliers:
Number of issues
     
             
407 Freedom of association and collective bargaining
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
407-1   Operations and suppliers in which the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining may be at risk    CheckedPositive   Covered mutually thanks to agreed peace obligation pursuant to CEA.

     
             
408 Child labor
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
408-1   Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of child labor    CheckedPositive   SR P. 65 Main risk factors in the supply chain
     
             
409 Forced or compulsory labor
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
409-1   Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of forced or compulsory labor    CheckedPositive   SR P. 65 Main risk factors in the supply chain

     
             
410 Security practices
410-1   Security personnel trained in human rights policies or procedures    CheckedPositive   Not relevant: Sub-contracted to Securitas.
     
             
411 Rights of indigenous peoples
411-1   Incidents of violations involving rights of indigenous peoples    CheckedPositive   Not relevant for company locations, see List of Group companies
(MC P. 153 note 5.4 Group companies).
     
             
412 Human rights assessment
412-1   Operations that have been subject to human rights reviews or impact assessments    CheckedPositive   No new company locations in 2018.
412-2   Employee training on human rights policies or procedures    CheckedPositive   SR P. 23 Ethics in the digital world
412-3   Significant investment agreements and contracts that include human rights clauses or that underwent human rights screening    CheckedPositive   The Corporate Responsibility Contract Appendix (CRV) is part of all contracts.

     
             
413 Local communities
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   SR P. 47 Management approach
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   SR P. 22 Corporate responsibility – governance and implementation
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   SR P. 47 Management approach
413-1   Operations with local community engagement, impact assessments, and development programs    CheckedPositive   MC P. 23 Infrastructure;
SR P. 68 Basic service provision;
SR P. 48 Media protection for minors and promoting media skills;
SR P. 49 Internet for Schools initiative;
SR P. 53 Activation programmes
413-2   Operations with significant actual and potential negative impacts on local communities    CheckedPositive   SR P. 48 Media protection for minors and promoting media skills:
Media protection for minors and guidelines on media content
     
             
414 Supplier social assessment
103-1   Explanation of the material topics and its boundaries    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-2   The management approach and ist components    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
103-3   Evaluation of the management approach    CheckedPositive   See GRI 204
414-1   New suppliers that were screened using social criteria    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Audits
414-2   Negative social impacts in the supply chain and actions taken    CheckedPositive   SR P. 63 Audits;
SR P. 65 Main risk factors in the supply chain