Corporate Sustainable Responsibility Assessment Welcome to your Corporate | Corporate Sustainable Responsibility Assessment Confirm Organization Contact Email The organization has made an inventory of internal and external issues in relation to CSR:Context analysisInternal issuesExternal issues, related to the surrounding socio-economical systemExternal issues, related to the value chainNot ApplicableThe organization has made an inventory of various stakeholder groups and their preferences and requirements in relation to CSR:Stakeholder analysis Employees Clients / customers Suppliers, contractors, intermediaries, partners Sectors, branches NGOs, governments, politics Not ApplicableThe organization has made an analysis of internal and external issues, opportunities and risks:Risk and/or opportunity analysis Internal issues and risks Internal opportunities External issues and risks, including the value chain External opportunities, including the value chain Not ApplicableThe management is committed and shows leadership with regard to CSR:Management statement / interviewsPlease select your answerYesNoNot ApplicableThe organization has policies and objectives for CSR:Company policy plan / CSR policy CSR is set out in the policy or a separate CSR policy has been drawn up A materiality analysis has been made for the various issues, risks and opportunities Concrete targets have been set for CSR CSR performance indicators (KPIs) have been established in order to manage the CSR SMART objectives Not ApplicableIn the policy plan, vision and/or on the website the organization explicitly focusses on:Company policy plan / webpage / stakeholder meeting reports Involving the stakeholders (the people that are influenced and/or have an influence on the policy and its execution) in their policy on sustainability, CSR and/or circular economy policy Continuously improving the sustainability of the business operations Innovation of the products and services aimed at sustainability and/or circularity Applying a life-cycle approach to get a picture of the total cost of usage and the impact of the products/services on people and the environment Communicating about sustainability, CSR and/or circular economy with the stakeholders Adherence to CSR principles accountability and transparency Not ApplicableIn the policy plan, vision and/or on the website the organization explicitly focusses on the following aspects of CSR:Company policy plan / webpage Human rights in the value chain Labour practices in the value chain Environment Fair business practices Consumer issues Local communities and social contribution Not ApplicableIn the organization, CSR is implemented and supported in various ways:Company actionplan, minimum: company impacts per theme / certificates / stakeholder docs / interviews / communication docs / year reports / website / blog / company action plan / webpages / stakeholder meeting reports A practical action plan for CSR that is regularly reviewed and updated A CSR management system One or more CSR related certificates (e.g. ISO 14001, Fair Trade Standard) CSR training and education of employees Actively involving the employees in the implementation of the CSR policy CSR responsibilities are defined within the company documents The CSR documents (policy, report, certifications, etc.) can be found on the company website Not ApplicableWithin the boundaries of the organization the following aspects of human rights and good labour practice are implemented:Code of Conduct / interviews No child labour that deviates from national laws and ILO standards (e.g. that prevents children from going to school) Equal opportunities for and non-discrimination of women and minorities Workers are not hindered in any way in their freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining Working in safe, fair and reasonable working conditions (incl. no forced labour) Fair wages that allow for a standard of living in which housing, food, education and health care is affordable Not ApplicableHarmful effects on the environment are prevented or limited in the organization:Chemical management plan, ref 14001 / procurement policy / prod. Cert. / emission plan / biodiversity management plan / biodiversity action plan BAP Preventing and limiting emissions of greenhouse gases (CO2, methane, etc.) Phasing out hazardous (toxic) or suspicious substances as described in a management and/or action plan (PRODUCT) Not Applicable Increasing the use of ecologically sound products (raw materials, food, cleaning products and pesticides) as described in a management and/or action plan Air and/or water treatment plants at production sites (PRODUCT) Not Applicable Measures to limit the impact on the natural environment, including marine, freshwater and/or terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity and to repair any damage (PRODUCT) Not Applicable Setting up and managing the company sites according to a Biodiversity Action Plan All Not ApplicableHarmful effects on water systems are prevented or limited in the organization:Water management plan, ref 14001 / procurement policy / prod. Cert. / emission plan / biodiversity management plan Preventing over-exploitation of the regional or local water system, thus protecting local and regional ground water levels (PRODUCT) Not Applicable Preventing eutrophication (through emission of nitrogen and phosphorus) and pollution of water systems (through emission of e.g. heavy metals and organic compounds), thus protecting water quality Not ApplicableThe organization has a code of conduct or similar document that sets out standards for fair business practices with regard to:Code of Conduct / interviews Combating corruption, bribery and extortion Responsible political engagement Ensuring fair competition Respect for property rights Transparency Not ApplicableThe organization ensures the safety and health of the end users of their products/services through:Webpage / brochures and / or manuals Designing the products/services according to predefined standards for health and safety Easily available instructions for safe and healthy use Not ApplicableThe organization contributes to socio-economic sustainability:Education policy / HR policy / procurement policy / various proofs of support The provision of training opportunities, through traineeships or the provision of education Helping people who are distanced from the labour market to gain work experience (social return) Stimulating the regional economy by purchasing as much as possible locally or regionally Supporting social organisations and charities (e.g. through: sponsorships, voluntary activity or other means) Not ApplicableCSR performance is measured, monitored and assessed with quantitative targets:Please select your answerYesNoNot ApplicableThe organization draws conclusions from the CSR assessment and works towards continuous improvement on the basis of the assessment:Please select your answerYesNoNot ApplicableTime is Up!