GRI contents index

GRI 102: General standard disclosures (2016)

GRI content index Disclosure Page Comments

Organization profile

102-1
Organization’s name
Front page – cover
102-2
Business, brands, products and services
Peab at a glance – foldout, Overview Peabs business areas – page 6-7
102-3
Headquarters location
Note 44 Information on parent company – page 117
102-4 Location of operations Peab at a glance – foldout, Overview Peabs business areas – page 6-7
102-5
Ownership structure and legal company form
Corporate governance report – page 124
102-6
Markets where the organization is active
Peab at a glance – foldout, Overview Peab’s business areas – page 6-7
102-7
Size of the organization
Peab at a glance – foldout, page 1
102-8
Information about employees and other workers
Social – GRI page 5 Complete data regarding type of employment not available for Norway and Finland. Development work underway to ensure data no later than 2020.
102-9 Supply chain Economic – page 29
102-10
Material changes in the organization and supply chain
2018 in summary – page 1, Comments from the CEO – page 2-3, Economic – page 29
102-11
The precautionary principle or other approach
Our take on sustainable business – page 17 The environmental work structure has been based on the precautionary principle.
102-12 External initiatives Comments from the CEO – page 2-3, Our take on sustainable business – page 16
102-13
Membership in organizations
Peab’s active memberships -GRI page 3-4

Strategy

102-14 Statement from the CEO Comments from the CEO – page 2-3

Ethics and integrity

102-16
Values, principles, standards and norms for behavior
Comments from the CEO – page 2-3, Goals and strategies – page 10, Our take on sustainable business – page 14, 17

Governance

102-18
Corporate governance structure
Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18, Corporate governance report – page 124-128

Stakeholder relations

102-40 Stakeholder groups Our take on sustainable business – page 15
102-41 Collective bargaining agreements 100 percent covered by collective bargaining agreements.
102-42
Identification and selection of stakeholders
Our take on sustainable business – page 14-15
102-43
Strategy for communication with stakeholders
Our take on sustainable business – page 14-15
102-44
Key topics and concerns raised
Our take on sustainable business – page 14-15

Report profile

102-45
Entities included in the consolidated financial statements
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2, Note 5 Operating segments – page 81-83, Note 41 Group companies – page 114-116
102-46
Process of defining the content of the report and topic boundaries
Our take on sustainable business – page  16
102-47
Identified material topics
Our take on sustainable business – page  16
102-48
Changes in information, effect and cause
GRI page 5-12
102-49
Changes in reporting regarding scope and topic boundaries
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-50
Reporting period
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-51
Date latest report was published
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-52
Report cycle
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-53
Contact information for questions about the report
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-54
Reporting according to GRI Standards
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2
102-55 GRI content index GRI content index – GRI page 13-17
102-56
External assurance
About the sustainability report – GRI page 2

Material sustainability topics

GRI content index Disclosure Page Comments

Economy

Anti-corruption 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page 14, Economic – page 28
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3
Evaluation of the management approach
Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18

GRI 205: Anti-corruption

205-2
Communication and education concerning anti-corruption policies and procedures
Economic – page 30 GRI page 12 Regions are not applicable for executive management and Board. There is no information regarding regions for employees. They will be included in 2019. There is no information regarding business partners. Long-term work to ensure data is underway through Peab’s purchasing department.
205-3
Confirmed cases of corruption and measures taken
Economic – page 30

Environment

Energy 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page  14, Environment – page 24
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18

GRI 302: Energy

302-1
Energy consumption in the organization
Environment – page 24, 26, GRI page 11 Data only includes energy consumption in the Swedish operations. Electricity is limited to the electricity purchased via a main contracted supplier. This corresponds to an estimated 50 percent of the purchased volume of electricity in Sweden. Peab intends to further develop the data compilation process for Sweden as well as ensure it in operations in Norway and Finland in 2019-2020.

Emissions 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1
Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries
Our take on sustainable business – page  14, Environment – page 24
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 305: Emissions

305-1
Direct emissions of greenhouse gases (Scope 1)
Environment – page 24-26, GRI page 10 Scope 1 emissions have only been calculated for Peab Sweden. Peab intends to further develop the data compilation process for Sweden as well as ensure it in operations in Norway and Finland in 2019-2020.
305-2
Indirect emissions of greenhouse gases (Scope 2)
Environment – page 24-26, GRI page 10 Scope 2 emissions have only been calculated for Peab Sweden. Peab intends to further develop the data compilation process for Sweden as well as ensure it in operations in Norway and Finland in 2019-2020.
305-3
Other indirect emissions of greenhouse gases (Scope 3)
Environment – page 24-26, GRI page 10 Scope 3 emissions from air travel are calculated for Sweden and Norway and Scope 3 emissions from generated waste are calculated for Sweden and Finland. Peab intends to further develop the data compilation process for Sweden as well as ensure it in operations in Norway and Finland in 2019-2020.

Effluents and waste 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page  14, Environment – page 24
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 306: Effluents and waste

306-2
Waste per type and management method
GRI page 9

Supplier environmental assessment 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page  14, Economic – page 28
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 308: Supplier environmental assessment

308-1 New suppliers that were screened through environmental criteria Economic – page 29 Information is not available for 2018 due to newly implemented screening process but will be in 2019.

Social

Occupational health and safety 2018

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page  14, Social – page 20
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 403: Occupational health and safety

403-8
Workers included in an occupational health and safety management system
Social – page 20 The occupational health and safety system also includes 100 percent of the non-employed workers at a workplace but the number is not available for this category.

Education 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page 14, Social – page 20
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 404: Education and training

404-1
Average number of training hours per year and employee
GRI page 7
404-3
Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews
Social – page 22 Information not available in 2018 due to system change but will be in 2019.

Diversity and equal opportunity 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1
Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries
Our take on sustainable business – page 14, Social – page 20
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page  17-18

GRI 405: Diversity and equal opportunity

405-1
Diversity in the Board of Directors and executive management and among employees
GRI page 6

Supplier social assessment 2016

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page 14, Economic – page 28
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business– page 17-18

GRI 414: Supplier social assessment

414-1
New suppliers that were screened through social criteria
Economic – page 29 Information is not available for 2018 due to newly implemented screening process but will be in 2019.

Sector specific topics

Sustainability certifications

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page 14-15, Environment – page 24
103-2 Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18

G4 CRE: Sustainability certifications

CRE8
Type and number of certifications, ranking and labeling for new construction,
management, operation and renovation.
Environment – page 26, GRI page 8

Peab’s own disclosures

GRI 103: Management approach

103-1 Explanation of topic materiality and boundaries Our take on sustainable business – page 14
103-2  Management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
103-3 Evaluation of the management approach Our take on sustainable business – page 17-18
Own disclosure; Youth education
Annual number of students that graduate
Social – page 23
Own disclosure; Mentorship
Annual number of employees who are mentors
Social – page 23
Own disclosure; Sustainable sponsoring and local community building projects Annual number of local community building projects Social – page 23
Own disclosure; Customer and supplier collaboration
Result from Satisfied Customer Index (SCI)
Economic – page 28-29
Own disclosure; Responsibility in the supply chain
Proportion (%) of purchasing with a signed Code of Conduct
Economic – page 29 Partially met in 2018 due to newly implemented process. Business areas Civil Engineering, Project Development and Industry are missing but will be added in 2019 and 2020.