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GENERAL STANDARD DISCLOSURES

GENERAL STANDARD DISCLOSURESPage number in
Annual Report 2018
GRI 101FOUNDATION (2016) 
GRI 102GENERAL DISCLOSURES (2016) 
ORGANISATIONAL PROFILE 
GRI 102-1Name of the organisationp. 26
GRI 102-2Activities, brands, products and servicesp. 5, p. 8-13, p. 95-96
GRI 102-3Location of headquartersZurich
GRI 102-4Location of operationsp. 5
GRI 102-5Ownership and legal formp. 27-28
GRI 102-6Markets servedp. 5
GRI 102-7Scale of the organisationp. 4-5, p. 117
GRI 102-8Information on employees and other workersp. 117
GRI 102-9Supply chainp. 105-107
GRI 102-10Significant changes to the organisation and its supply chainp. 41
GRI 102-12Precautionary principle or approachp. 87
GRI 102-12External initiativesp. 109-110
GRI 102-13Membership of associationsp. 84, p. 109
 STRATEGY 
GRI 102-14Statement from senior decision-makerp. 80
 ETHICS AND INTEGRITY 
GRI 102-16Values, principles, standards and norms of behaviourp. 87-89
 GOVERNANCE 
GRI 102-18Governance structurep. 46
 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT 
GRI 102-40List of stakeholder groupsp. 83
GRI 102-41Collective bargaining agreementsNone
GRI 102-42Identifying and selecting stakeholdersp. 83
GRI 102-43Approach to stakeholder engagementp. 83
GRI 102-44Key topics and concerns raisedp. 83
 REPORTING PRACTICE 
GRI 102-45Entities included in the consolidated financial statementsp. 86
GRI 102-46Defining report content and topic boundariesp. 86
GRI 102-47List of material topicsp. 86
GRI 102-48Restatements of informationNo significant changes
GRI 102-49Changes in reportingNo significant changes
GRI 102-50Reporting period01.01.–31.12.2018
GRI 102-51Date of most recent reportCR Report 2017, published in May 2018
GRI 102-52Reporting cycleAnnual
GRI 102-53Contact point for questions regarding the reportMedia Relations, p.323
GRI 102-54Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI standardsp. 85
GRI 102-55GRI content indexp. 134
GRI 102-56External assuranceNone

The GRI is reviewing for the Materiality Disclosures Service whether the GRI Content Index is clearly displayed and whether the references of items 102-40 to 102-49 correspond with the relevant contents of the Report.


TOPIC-SPECIFIC STANDARDS

TOPIC-SPECIFIC STANDARDSPage number in
Annual Report 2018
Omission
GRI 200ECONOMY  
GRI 201: 2016ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 99
GRI 201-1Direct economic value generated and distributedp. 142-145
GRI 202-2Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate changep. 101
GRI 203: 2016INDIRECT ECONOMIC IMPACTS
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 108
GRI 203-1Infrastructure investments and services supportedp. 90-91, p. 111-115
GRI 203-2Significant indirect economic impactsp. 88
GRI 300ENVIRONMENT  
GRI 302: 2016ENERGY  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 130 
GRI 302-1Energy consumption within the organisationp. 131 
GRI 302-3Energy intensityp. 131 
GRI 302-4Reduction of energy consumptionp. 131-133 
GRI 305: 2016EMISSIONS  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 130 
GRI 305-1Direct GHG emissions (Scope 1)p. 131 
GRI 305-2Energy indirect GHG emissions (Scope 2)p. 131 
GRI 305-3Other indirect GHG emissions (Scope 3)p. 131 
GRI 305-4GHG emissions intensityp. 131 
GRI 305-5Reduction of GHG emissionsp. 131-133 
GRI 400SOCIAL TOPICS  
GRI 401: 2016EMPLOYMENT  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 116-117, p. 119 
GRI 401-1New employee hires and employee turnoverp. 118, p. 125 
GRI 402: 2016LABOUR/MANAGEMENT RELATIONS  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 116-117 
GRI 402-1Minimum notice periods regarding operational changesp. 75 
GRI 403: 2016OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 124 
GRI 403-1Workers representation in formal joint management-worker health and safety committeesp. 126, p. 128-129 
GRI 403-2Injuries, occupational diseases, lost days and work-related fatalitiesp. 125Other key figures being established
GRI 403-4Health and safety topics covered in formal agreements with trade unionsp. 124 
GRI 404: 2016TRAINING AND EDUCATION  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 120-121 
GRI 404-2Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programsp. 120-121 
GRI 404-3Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviewsp. 117 
GRI 405: 2016DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 122-123 
GRI 405-1Diversity of governance bodies and employeesp. 117, p. 123 
GRI 405-2Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to menp. 123 
GRI 406: 2016NON-DISCRIMINATION  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 123 
GRI 406-1Incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken Key figures being established
GRI 415: 2016PUBLIC POLICY  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 109-110 
GRI 415-1Political contributionsp. 109 
GRI 416: 2016CUSTOMER HEALTH AND SAFETY  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 95-96 
GRI 416-1Assessment of the health and safety impacts of product and service categoriesp. 95-96 
GRI 416-2Incidents of non-compliance concerning the health and safety impacts of products and servicesp. 99 
GRI 417: 2016MARKETING AND LABELING  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 95-96 
GRI 417-1Requirements for product and service information and labelingp. 95-96 
GRI 417-2Incidents of non-compliance concerning product and service information and labelingp. 99 
GRI 419: 2016SOCIOECONOMIC COMPLIANCE  
GRI 103: 2016 103-1/103-2/103-3Management approachp. 97-99 
GRI 419-1Non-compliance with laws and regulations in the social and economic areap. 99