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Boskalis jaarverslagen 2012

GRI Table

The employees of Anglo Eastern, crew of the Dockwise vessels, are included in the overall reporting in view of this group’s substantial size. However, these employees are not formally employed by an entity belonging to Boskalis and are not included in the detailed reporting. The 2014 figures have been adjusted accordingly for comparison purposes.

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

 

Context of CSR strategy/our value chain

 

11

     

Organization profile

2.1 Name of the organization

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.2 Products and services

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.3 Operational structure

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.4 Location headquarters

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.5 Operating countries

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.6 Nature of ownership and legal form

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.7 Markets

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.8 Scale of reporting

 

Context of CSR strategy/our business model in a nutshell

 

8-9

2.9 Changes in organization

 

Our CSR strategy/objectives and result

 

18

2.10 Awards

 

Care for human capital/safety

 

51

     

Reporting parameters

    

3.1 Reporting period

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.2 Previous report

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.3 Reporting cycle

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.4 Contact point

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.5 Process defining report content

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.6 Boundary

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.7 Limitations on scope or boundary

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.8 Basis for reporting on joint ventures

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.9 Techniques applied in composing indicators and other information in the report

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.10 Re-statements

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.11 Changes in reporting

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.12 Standard disclosures

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

3.13 Policy with regard to external verification

 

Appendix/about this report

 

72-73

     

Governance, obligations and involvement

4.1 Governance structure

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.2 Chair of the highest governance body

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.3 Independence

 

n.a.

  

4.4 Mechanisms for shareholders and employees

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.5 Relating remuneration of highest governance body to organizational performance

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.6 Processes applied by highest governance body to guard against conflict of interest

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.7 Process for determining qualifications and expertise of members of the highest governance body

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.8 Internally developed mission and codes of conduct

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.9 Procedures for assessing sustainability performance by the highest governance body and frequency thereof

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

     

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4.10 Process for evaluating the performance of the highest governance body

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

69

4.11 Notes on observance of precautionary principle

 

Our value chain/risks and opportunities

 

11

4.12 Commitment to external charters

 

Context of CSR strategy/our value chain

 

10

4.13 Membership of associations or organizations

 

Impact on the environment and natural surroundings/ emissions

 

38

4.14 List of stakeholder groups

 

Our CSR strategy/materiality

 

14-16

4.15 Identification and selection of stakeholders

 

Our CSR strategy/materiality

 

14-16

4.16 Details of stakeholder dialogue, including frequency

 

Our CSR strategy/materiality

 

14-16

4.17 Details of topics discussed with stakeholders

 

Our CSR strategy/materiality

 

14-16

     

Economic performance indicators

EC 1 Direct economic value

   

9, 72-73

EC 3 Coverage of organization’s defined benefit plan obligations

   

54, 72-73

For more information on the Economic performance indicators we refer to our 2015 Annual Report, pages 32-61 and 63-138.

    
     

nature & environmental performance indicators

EN 16 Greenhouse gas emissions

 

Impact on the environment and natural surroundings/ emissions

 

38-40

     

Social performance indicators

LA 1 Workforce profile

 

Care for human capital/diversity, Appendix/HR data

 

57, 76-77

LA 2 Employee turnover

 

Appendix/HR data

 

76-77

LA 4 Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements

 

Appendix/HR data

 

76-79

LA 7 Injuries, diseases and absenteeism

 

Appendix/SHE-Q data

 

54

LA 8 Education, prevention, risk-control programs regarding serious diseases

 

Care for human capital/labor practices

 

54

LA10 Average hours of training per year per employee by employee category

 

Appendix/HR data

 

76

LA 11 Programs for skills management and lifelong learning

 

Care for human capital/talent managemen

 

52-53

LA 12 Employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews

 

Care for human capital/talent managemen

 

53

LA 13 Gender composition of governance bodies

 

Responsible business conduct/corporate governance

 

59

SO 1 Programs assessing the impacts of operations on communities, including entering, operating and exiting

 

Impact on local communities/impact of our activities/ comnunity investment programs

 

25, 27-29

     

Human rights indicators

HR2 Percentage of suppliers assessed for human rights compliance

 

Responsible business conduct/supply chain management

 

66-67

    *For more information on the Economic performance indicators we refer to our 2015 Annual Report, pages 32-61 and 63-138.

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