GRI-Index for the sus­taina­bi­li­ty report of Kettelhack

We have pre­pared this report on our eco­no­mic, envi­ron­men­tal and social per­for­mance in accordance with the core opti­on of the inter­na­tio­nal gui­de­lines deve­lo­ped by the Glo­bal Report­ing Initia­ti­ve (GRI). → Fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on on the pre­pa­ra­ti­on of this report.

Gene­ral Disclosures

GRI 102 | 103 

1. Orga­ni­sa­tio­nal profile
GRI 102–1 Name of the orga­ni­sa­ti­on
GRI 102–2 Acti­vi­ties, brands, pro­ducts, and ser­vices
GRI 102–3 Loca­ti­on of head­quar­ters
GRI 102–5 Owner­ship and legal form
GRI 102–6 Mar­kets ser­ved
GRI 102–7 Sca­le of the orga­ni­sa­ti­on
GRI 102–8 Infor­ma­ti­on on employees and other workers
GRI 102–9 Sup­p­ly chain
GRI 102–10 Signi­fi­cant chan­ges to the orga­ni­sa­ti­on and its sup­p­ly chain
GRI 102–11 Pre­cau­tio­na­ry Prin­ci­ple or approach
GRI 102–12 Exter­nal initia­ti­ves
GRI 102–13 Mem­ber­ship of associations
2. Strategy
GRI 102–14 State­ment from seni­or decis­i­on-maker
GRI 102–15 Key impacts, risks, and opportunities
3. Ethics and integrity 
GRI 102–16 Values, prin­ci­ples, stan­dards, and norms of beha­viour
4. Gover­nan­ce
GRI 102–18 Gover­nan­ce struc­tu­re
GRI 102–21 Con­sul­ting stake­hol­ders on eco­no­mic, envi­ron­men­tal, and social topics
GRI 102–29 Iden­ti­fy­ing and mana­ging eco­no­mic, envi­ron­men­tal, and social topics
GRI 102–30 Effec­ti­ve­ness of risk manage­ment pro­ces­ses
GRI 102–31 Review of eco­no­mic, envi­ron­men­tal, and social topics
GRI 102–32 Hig­hest gover­nan­ce body’s role in sus­taina­bi­li­ty reporting
5. Stake­hol­der engagement 
GRI 102–40 List of stake­hol­der groups
GRI 102–41Coll­ec­ti­ve bar­gai­ning agree­ments
GRI 102–42 Iden­ti­fy­ing and sel­ec­ting stake­hol­ders
GRI 102–43 Approach to stake­hol­der enga­ge­ment
GRI 102–44 Key topics and con­cerns rai­sed
6. Report­ing practice 
GRI 102–46 Defi­ning report con­tent and topic boun­da­ries
GRI 102–47 List of mate­ri­al topics
GRI 102–48 Restate­ments of infor­ma­ti­on
GRI 102–49 Chan­ges in report­ing
GRI 102–50 Report­ing peri­od
GRI 102–51 Date of most recent report
GRI 102–52 Report­ing cycle
GRI 102–53 Cont­act point for ques­ti­ons regar­ding the report
GRI 102–54 Claims of report­ing in accordance with the GRI Stan­dards
GRI 102–55 GRI con­tent index
GRI 102–56 Exter­nal assu­rance
Gene­ral requi­re­ments for report­ing the manage­ment approach
GRI 103–1 Expl­ana­ti­on of the mate­ri­al topic and its boun­da­ry
GRI 103–2 The manage­ment approach and its com­pon­ents
GRI 103–3 Eva­lua­ti­on of the manage­ment approach

Eco­no­mic Standards

GRI 205 | 206 

GRI 205–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons asses­sed for risks rela­ted to cor­rup­ti­on
GRI 205–2 Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on and trai­ning about anti-cor­rup­ti­on poli­ci­es and pro­ce­du­res
GRI 206–1 Legal actions for anti-com­pe­ti­ti­ve beha­vi­or, anti-trust, and mono­po­ly prac­ti­ces

Envi­ron­men­tal Standards

GRI 301 | 302 | 303 | 304 | 305 | 306 | 307 | 308

Gene­ral requi­re­ments for report­ing the manage­ment approach

GRI 301–1 Mate­ri­als used by weight or volume
GRI 301–2 Recy­cled input mate­ri­als used
GRI 301–3 Reclai­med pro­ducts and their pack­a­ging materials
GRI 302–1 Ener­gy con­sump­ti­on within the orga­niza­ti­on
GRI 302–2 Ener­gy con­sump­ti­on out­side the orga­niza­ti­on
GRI 302–3 Ener­gy intensity
GRI 302–4 Reduc­tion of ener­gy con­sump­ti­on
GRI 302–5 Reduc­tions in ener­gy requi­re­ments of pro­ducts and ser­vices
1. Manage­ment approach dis­clo­sures

GRI 303–1 Inter­ac­tions with water as a shared resour­ce
GRI 303–2 Manage­ment of water dischar­ge-rela­ted impacts

2. Topic-spe­cifc disclosures 

GRI 303–3 Water with­dra­wal
GRI 303–4 Water dischar­ge
GRI 303–5 Water con­sump­ti­on

GRI 304–1 Ope­ra­tio­nal sites owned, lea­sed, mana­ged in, or adja­cent to, pro­tec­ted are­as and are­as of high bio­di­ver­si­ty value out­side pro­tec­ted are­as
GRI 304–1 Signif­cant impacts of acti­vi­ties, pro­ducts, and ser­vices on bio­di­ver­si­ty
GRI 304–3 Habi­tats pro­tec­ted or restored
GRI 304–4 IUCN Red List spe­ci­es and natio­nal con­ser­va­ti­on list spe­ci­es with habi­tats in are­as affec­ted by operations
GRI 305–1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions
GRI 305–2 Ener­gy indi­rect (Scope 2) GHG emissions
GRI 305–3 Other indi­rect (Scope 3) GHG emissions
GRI 305–4 GHG emis­si­ons intensity
GRI 305–5 Reduc­tion of GHG emissions
GRI 305–6 Emis­si­ons of ozone-deple­ting sub­s­tances (ODS)
GRI 305–7 Nitro­gen oxi­des (NOX), sul­fur oxi­des (SOX), and other signif­cant air emissions
1. Manage­ment approach disclosures 

GRI 306–1Was­te gene­ra­ti­on and signif­cant was­te-rela­ted impacts
GRI 306–2 Manage­ment of signif­cant was­te-rela­ted impacts

2. Topic-spe­cifc disclosures 

GRI 306–3Was­te gene­ra­ted
GRI 306–4 Was­te diver­ted from dis­po­sal
GRI 306–5 Was­te direc­ted to disposal

GRI 307–1 Non-com­pli­ance with envi­ron­men­tal laws and regulations

GRI 308–1 New sup­pli­ers that were scree­ned using envi­ron­men­tal criteria 
GRI 308–2 Nega­ti­ve envi­ron­men­tal impacts in the sup­p­ly chain and actions taken

Social Stan­dards

GRI 401 | 403 | 404 | 405 | 406 | 407 | 408 | 409 | 410 | 411 | 412 | 413 | 414 | 416 | 419

GRI 401–1 New employee hires and employee turnover
GRI 401–3 Paren­tal leave
1. Manage­ment approach disclosures
GRI 403–1 Occu­pa­tio­nal health and safe­ty manage­ment sys­tem
GRI 403–2 Hazard iden­ti­f­ca­ti­on, risk assess­ment, and inci­dent inves­ti­ga­ti­on
GRI 403–3 Occu­pa­tio­nal health ser­vices
GRI 403–4 Worker par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on, con­sul­ta­ti­on, and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on on occu­pa­tio­nal health and safe­ty
GRI 403–5 Worker trai­ning on occu­pa­tio­nal health and safe­ty
GRI 403–6 Pro­mo­ti­on of worker health
2. Topic-spe­cifc dis­clo­sures
GRI 403–8 Workers cover­ed by an occu­pa­tio­nal health and safe­ty manage­ment sys­tem
GRI 403–9 Work-rela­ted inju­ries
GRI 403–10 Work-rela­ted ill health
GRI 404–1 Avera­ge hours of trai­ning per year per employee
GRI 404–2 Pro­grams for upgrading employee skills and tran­si­ti­on assis­tance pro­grams
GRI 405–1 Diver­si­ty of gover­nan­ce bodies and employees
GRI 406–1 Inci­dents of dis­cri­mi­na­ti­on and cor­rec­ti­ve actions taken
GRI 407–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons and sup­pli­ers in which the right to free­dom of asso­cia­ti­on and coll­ec­ti­ve bar­gai­ning may be at risk
GRI 408–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons and sup­pli­ers at signif­cant risk for inci­dents of child labor
GRI 409–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons and sup­pli­ers at signif­cant risk for inci­dents of forced or com­pul­so­ry labor
GRI 410–1 Secu­ri­ty per­son­nel trai­ned in human rights poli­ci­es or procedures
GRI 411–1 Inci­dents of vio­la­ti­ons invol­ving rights of indi­ge­nous peoples
GRI 412–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons that have been sub­ject to human rights reviews or impact assessments
GRI 412–2 Employee trai­ning on human rights poli­ci­es or procedures
GRI 412–3 Signif­cant invest­ment agree­ments and con­tracts that include human rights clau­ses or that under­went human rights screening
GRI 413–1 Ope­ra­ti­ons with local com­mu­ni­ty enga­ge­ment, impact assess­ments, and deve­lo­p­ment programs
GRI 413–2 Ope­ra­ti­ons with signif­cant actu­al and poten­ti­al nega­ti­ve impacts on local communities
GRI 414–1 New sup­pli­ers that were scree­ned using social criteria
GRI 414–2 Nega­ti­ve social impacts in the sup­p­ly chain and actions taken
GRI 416–1 Assess­ment of the health and safe­ty impacts of pro­duct and ser­vice categories
GRI 416–2 Inci­dents of non-com­pli­ance con­cer­ning the health and safe­ty impacts of pro­ducts and services

GRI 419–1 Non-com­pli­ance with laws and regu­la­ti­ons in the social and eco­no­mic area

Development of water consumption in m3

The high level of water consumption in production brings with it a corresponding volume of waste water. Compliance with the limit values from the Waste Water Ordinance is ensured by the indirect discharge permit. The daily control of the mixing and equalisation basin by our employees, as well as through the regular inspections by the responsible monitoring authorities, give us the necessary security. 

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