Global Reporting Initiative+Suppliers assessed for societal impact (G4-SO10-a)
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Suppliers assessed for societal impact (G4-SO10-a)

What were the total number of the organizations suppliers subject to assessments for impacts on society?
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9 Known
+ 7 Unknown
= 16 Total results
Companies Values
27,000
2016
12,500
2015
1,083
2014
951
2015
437
2015
428
2016
223
2016
60
2011
0
2015
Unknown
2016
Unknown
2016
Unknown
2015
Unknown
2012
Unknown
2015
Unknown
2015
Unknown
2014

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Report Type
Communication on Progress
Corporate Social Responsibility Report

About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers part of the information required by G4-SO10 - 'Number of suppliers subject to assessments for impacts on society'.

This Indicator informs stakeholders about an organization’s awareness of significant actual and potential negative impacts on society in the supply chain.

Processes to identify and assess significant actual and potential negative impacts on society in the supply chain may enable an organization to address them.

Methodology

This metric is looking for the total number of suppliers subject to assessments for impacts on society.

  • Assessments for impacts on society may include the Aspects under the Society sub-Category.

  • Assessments may be made against agreed performance expectations which were set and communicated prior to the assessment.

  • Assessments may be informed by audits, contractual reviews, two-way engagement, and grievance and complaint mechanisms.

For WikiRate researchers:

  • If it will provide appropriate context on significant impacts, organizations are encouraged to break down the information requested by this Indicator by the location of the supplier and the significant actual and potential negative impact on society. If this information is included, please add to the comments.