In 2017, a materiality analysis exercise was conducted by taking into consideration the views and responses from all the Group's stakeholders on significant environmental, economic and social aspects, impacts, risks and opportunities which are deemed crucial for the success and continued growth of the Group.
The feedback from the stakeholders for the above mentioned exercise was analyzed and assessed. Twenty (20) key sustainability issues were identified as being of high concern to stakeholders and of high significance of the Group.
The twenty (20) key sustainability issues identified are used to create Materiality Matrix as shown below:
The topics of the 20 keys sustainability issues portrayed in the Materiality Matrix above are listed below:-
SUSTAINABLITY MATERIAL ISSUES
|1||Economic Performance||7||Occupational Safety and Health||15||Local Communities (CSR)||22||Customer Privacy|
|3||Anti-Corruption||8||Training and Education||16||Right of Indigenous People||25||Water|
|4||Anti-Competitive Behaviour||11||Diversity and Equal Opportunity||17||Human Right Assessments||26||Biodiversity|
|5||Employment||12||Non-Discrimination||18||Public Policy||29||Environmental Compliance|
|6||Labor Management Relations||13||Freedom of Association||21||Marketing and Labelling||30||Energy|
Key sustainability issues which have been identified are assessed by the Group Sustainability Committee to ascertain if there are policies and procedures in place to address and manage those issues. If there is no policy or procedure yet to address a specific issue, implementation plans are drawn up and presented to the Group Management Committee for consideration and approval for implementation.