GRI Content Index

This index shows where the relevant information can be found in the CR Report 2012. All standard indicators are included. Non-consecutive numbering is due to the fact that no information is provided on supplementary indicators. According to our own estimate, this report complies with GRI-G3 application level A+. This self-assessment has been checked and confirmed by the GRI (see Zertifikat zum GRI Level Check). A complete GRI index with information on the supplementary indicators that are relevant for us can be found on the internet at www.man.eu.

GRI Content Index (G3 standard indicators) Reported Page

1We are currently unable to report on the financial impact of climate change as we do not have quantitative data available. Reporting on this point will remain difficult in the future as well, since it is determined by factors outside our sphere of influence. 2We are currently unable to quantify the proportion of managers sourced from the local population as we do not have the relevant data. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. 3We are currently unable to indicate the amounts of materials used as we do not have the relevant data. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. 4As we have no data on the total amounts of material used, we cannot indicate the percentage of secondary raw materials. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. This year we are already reporting the amount of scrap from external recycling processes we purchased and used as well as the amount of swarf and scrap from our own production lines, which we returned to the production cycle. 5We are currently unable to indicate the wastewater pollutant load as the relevant data are not available to us. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. 6We do not indicate the percentage of packaging taken back as this is not relevant in our business. 7We do not break down employee turnover by gender and age at Group level as this is not relevant. 8We are currently unable to provide a breakdown by region and data on contractors as these data are not available. We are aiming to report on this point in 2013. 9We are currently unable to provide a breakdown by employee category as these data are not available. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. 10We are currently unable to indicate the proportion of minorities as these data are not available. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015. 11We are currently unable to indicate the percentage as these data are not available. We are aiming to report on this point in 2015.
1. Strategy and analysis    
1.1 Statement from the CEO or the supervisory board chairperson fully
1.2 Description of key impacts, risks, and opportunities fully , ,,
     
2. Organizational profile    
2.1 Name of the company fully
2.2 Primary brands, products, and services fully
2.3 Operational structure and divisions fully
2.4 Location of headquarters fully Munich, Germany
2.5 Countries with major operations fully
2.6 Nature of ownership fully
2.7 Markets served fully , ,
2.8 Scale of the reporting organization fully , , ; AR 104
2.9 Significant changes in the reporting period fully ,
2.10 Awards received in the reporting period fully Cover flap, inside, ,
     
3. Report parameters    
3.1 Reporting period fully
3.2 Date of previous report fully April 2012
3.3 Reporting cycle fully
3.4 Contact for questions on the report fully Cover flap, outside
3.5 Processes for defining report content fully , , ,
3.6 Boundary of report fully
3.7 Specific limitations on scope fully
3.8 Joint ventures, subsidiaries, outsourcing fully ,
3.9 Data acquisition fully
3.10 Explanation of any restatements of information fully -
3.11 Significant changes in scope, boundary or measurement methods fully  ,
3.12 GRI index fully
3.13 External verification fully ,
     
4. Governance, commitments, and engagement    
4.1 Governance structure fully , , , ,
4.2 Independence of the supervisory board chairperson fully
4.3 Supervisory board or independent directors fully
4.4 Mechanisms to provide shareholder and employee recommendations to the board/supervisory board fully , AR 18
4.5 Link between senior management compensation and company performance fully , ; AR 66 – 69, 165 – 169
4.6 Processes to ensure conflicts of interest are avoided fully ; AR 19
4.7 Sustainability expertise of the board/supervisory board fully ,
4.8 Vision, corporate values, and codes of conduct fully ,  ,
4.9 Board-level processes for overseeing sustainability performance fully ,
4.10 Processes for evaluating board performance fully ; AR 66 – 69, 165 – 169
4.11 Implementation of the precautionary principle fully ,
4.12 External initiatives that the organization endorses fully ,
4.13 Memberships in industry and business associations fully ,
4.14 Stakeholder groups engaged by the organization fully ,  ,  ,
4.15 Basis for identification and selection of stakeholders to engage fully  ,  
4.16 Approaches to stakeholder dialog (type/frequency) fully , , ,  ,  
4.17 Response to key concerns raised by stakeholders fully ,  ,
     
5. Management approach and performance indicators    
Economics—Management approach fully , , , , ,
EC1 Direct economic value created and distributed fully , , , , AR 39
EC2 Financial implication of climate change1 partially ,  ,
EC3 Coverage of benefit pension plan obligations fully ; AR 144 – 149
EC4 Financial assistance received from government fully
EC6 Payments to locally-based suppliers fully  ,  ,  
EC7 Local hiring for senior management positions2 partially  ,  
EC8 Infrastructure investments and services for public benefit fully ,
Environment—Management approach fully , , ,  ,  
EN1 Weight/volume of materials used3 partially
EN2 Percentage of secondary raw materials used4 not  
EN3 Direct energy consumption by primary sources fully
EN4 Indirect energy consumption by primary sources fully
EN8 Total water withdrawal by source fully
EN11 Land use in protected areas fully
EN12 Impacts of activities on protected areas fully
EN16 Direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions fully
EN17 Other relevant greenhouse gas emissions fully
EN19 Ozone-depleting substances by weight fully
EN20 NOX, SOX, and other significant airborne emissions by weight fully
EN21 Water discharge5 partially
EN22 Waste by type and disposal method fully
EN23 Number and volume of significant spills fully
EN26 Initiatives to mitigate environmental impacts of products and services fully ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  
EN27 Percentage of recycled products and their packaging materials6 not -
EN28 Fines and sanctions for non-compliance with environmental regulations fully
Labor practices and decent work— Management approach fully , , ,
LA1 Total workforce by employment conditions and region fully
LA2 Employee turnover by age group, gender, and region7 partially
LA4 Employees covered by collective-bargaining agreements fully
LA5 Minimum notice period(s) regarding operational changes fully
LA7 Injuries, absentee rates, and work-related fatalities8 partially
LA8 Prevention and risk-control programs for serious diseases fully ,
LA10 Training hours by employee category9 partially
LA13 Composition of senior management and breakdown of employees (age/gender/ethnicity)10 partially , AR 180 – 183
LA14 Ratio of basic salary of men to women by employee category fully
Human rights—Management approach fully , , ,
HR1 Investment agreements with HR clauses or screening fully
HR2 Proportion of suppliers that underwent screening on human rights and action taken fully ,  ,  
HR4 Incidents of discrimination and action taken fully
HR5 Operations with significant risks to freedom of association fully , , ,
HR6 Operations with higher risk of child labor and action taken fully , ,
HR7 Operations with higher risk of forced labor and action taken fully , ,
Society—Management approach fully , , , ,
SO1 Policy to manage impacts on communities fully  ,  
SO2 Proportion of business units analyzed for risks of corruption fully
SO3 Percentage of employees trained in anti-corruption fully
SO4 Action taken in response to instances of corruption fully  ,  
SO5 Positions and participation in public policy development and lobbying fully ,  ,  ,
SO8 Fines/sanctions for non-compliance with laws and regulations fully
Product responsibility—Management approach fully , , ,
PR1 Product life cycle stages in which health and safety impacts are assessed fully  ,  
PR3 Principles/measures related to product labelling11 partially
PR6 Programs for compliance with laws and voluntary codes in advertising fully
PR9 Significant fines for non-compliance with regulations governing the use of products and services fully