Location or explanation
Name of the organisation
Main brands, products and/or services
Location of the head offices of the organisation.
Number of countries in which the organisation is active.
Primarily the Netherlands
Ownership structure and legal form
Sales markets (geographical distribution, sectors and customer types).
Size of the reporting organisation.
Total number of employees according to type of work, gender, employment contract and region.
Regional distribution is not relevant. The activities primarily take place in the Netherlands.
Description of the organisation’s supply chain.
Significant changes during the reporting period with regard to size, structure, ownership or value chain.
Explanation of whether and how the precautionary principle was implemented by the reporting organisation.
Externally developed economic, environmental and social charters, principles or other initiatives subscribed to by the organisation.
Memberships of associations (e.g. sector associations) and national and international interest groups.
Strategy and analysis
Statement from most senior decision maker in the organisation on the relevance of sustainable development for the organisation and its strategy.
Ethics and integrity
Description of the values, principles, standards and standards of behaviour applied within the organisation, such as a code of conduct.
Management structure of the highest governing body and committees responsible for decision making with regard to the economic, social and environmental impact.
Involvement of stakeholders
List of groups of stakeholders involved by the organisation.
Percentage of employees covered by a collective labour agreement.
Principles for the identification and selection of stakeholders.
Manner in which stakeholders are involved.
Key topics and concerns that have been raised through stakeholder engagement and how the organisation has responded.
Profile of the report
Overview of entities included in the consolidated financial statements of the organisation or in equivalent documentation.
Process for determining the contents and specific boundaries to the report and the assumptions applied.
Overview of material issues that are identified during the process to determine the content of the report.
Consequences of any reformulation of information provided in an earlier report about the reasons for this reformulation.
Significant changes compared with previous reporting periods in respect of the scope and boundary.
There were no significant changes.
Reporting period to which the information provided is related.
Date of the previous report.
26 March 2021
Contact for questions about the report or its content.
This report is drawn up in accordance with the GRI Standards option, CoreOverview of GRI indicatorsNo external assurance has been carried out.
No external assurance has been carried out.
Location or explanation
Aspect: Economic performance
Direct economic values that are generated and distributed.
Coverage of liabilities in relation to the defined benefits plan of the organisation.
Total number and percentage of activities that are assessed for risks with regard to corruption, and the significant risks identified.
Communication and training about anti-corruption policy and procedures.
Confirmed incidents with corruption and measures taken.
No incidents have taken place.
Aspect: Unfair competition
Total number of legal actions for anti-competitive behaviour, anti-trust and monopoly practices and their outcomes.
Energy consumption within the organisation (incl. consumption of and amount of fossil and non-fossil), methods/standards and conversion factors.
Direct emissions (Scope 1) of greenhouse gases, incl. amount, standard/methods of measurement and conversion factor.
Indirect emissions (Scope 2) of greenhouse gases, incl. amount, standard/methods of measurement and conversion factor.
Weight of waste per type and waste treatment method (reuse, recycling, incineration, etc.) and determination of the waste treatment method.
Waste flows and Social value
Significant environmental impact of the transport of products and other goods and materials, which are used for the organisation’s activities, and the transport of employees.
Aspect: Products and services
Initiatives for compensation of the environmental impact of products and services and the amount of this compensation.
Total number of (new) employees and turnover in personnel per age group and gender.
Benefits for full-time employees that are not available for temporary or part-time employees, per large-scale activity.
All forms of remuneration are also available for part-time employees.
Aspect: Safe and healthy working
Nature and number of injuries, occupational disease, lost days and absenteeism, and the number of work-related fatalities by region and gender.
Aspect: Education and training
Average number of hours of training per employee (per employee category and gender).
Programmes for competence management and lifelong learning that guarantee the permanent employability of employees and help them with completing their career.
Percentage of employees who are informed regularly about performance and career development, subdivided by gender and employee category.
Aspect: Supplier assessment
The percentage of new suppliers that have been audited according to our criteria.
No new suppliers have been added for which there is a significant risk that our criteria are not satisfied.
Aspect: Customer satisfaction
Result of customer satisfaction survey.
Monetary value of significant fines due to non-compliance with legislation and regulations.
No sanctions have taken place.