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SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2017
GRI-table 2017
The report uses the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) G4 reporting framework as a reference. In addition, the report includes GRI’s Food Processing Sector Supplement indicators, where applicable.
Strategy and analysis
Letter from CEO
Key impacts, risks and opportunities
Company profile
Lerøy Seafood Group: size(), markets(), business() and ownership
Number of employees
External initiatives and memberships in associations
Material aspects and boundary
Defining report content: materiality and boundary
Stakeholder engagement
Group's main stakeholder and engagement
Governance
Governance of Lerøy Seafood Group
Ethics and integrity
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Sustainability management
Environmental and sustainability management
Environmental goals
Environment
EN3
Energy consumption
EN6
Reduction of energy consumption
EN8
Water consumption
EN12
Impacts of activities on biodiversity
EN15
Direct greenhouse gas emissions
EN16
Indirect greenhouse gas emissions
EN18
Greenhouse gas emissions intensivity
EN19
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
R&D
EN24
Significant spills (accidental release of fish)
EN26
Water bodies affected by discharges
EN27
Mitigation of environmental impacts of activities
EN30
Environmental impacts of transporting products
Product
PR1
PR1Product health and safety impact assessment
PR2
Compliance with regulations concerning the health and safety impacts of products
FP4
Programmes to promote healthy lifestyles
FP5
Manufacturing sites certified according to food safety and other standards
FP8
Manufacturing sites certified according to food safety and other standards
FP10
Use of anaesthetic
FP11
Fish raised and processed
FP12
Policies and practices on antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, hormone, and growth promotion treatments
FP13
Compliance with regulations related to handling and slaughter practices for fish
PR3
Report whether the following product information is required by the organisation's procedures for product information and labelling: • Sourcing of components of the product • Content, particularly with regard to substances that might produce an environmental or social impact • Safe use of the product • Disposal of the product and environmental and social impact • Other (explain)
PR4
Total number of incidents of non-compliance with regulations and voluntary codes concerning product information and labelling
FP6
Percentage of total sales volume by product category with reduced in saturated fat, trans fats, sodium and added sugar content
Employees
LA5
Occupational health and safety
LA6
Injuries, occupational diseases and fatalities
LA10
Skills management and lifelong learning
Value chain
EC9
Local suppliers at significant locations of operation
FP1
Purchases from suppliers compliant with Group’s sourcing policy
FP2
Purchases and products in accordance with responsible production standards
EN32
Suppliers screened using environmental criteria
EN33
Environmental impacts in the supply chain and actions taken
Society
EC1
Direct economic value generated and distributed
EC7
Infrastructure investments and services suppported
EC8
Indirect economic impacts
SO1
Local community engagement, impact assessments and development programs
SO2
Operations with significant actual and potential negative impacts on local communities
SO4
Communication and training on anti-corruption policies and procedures
SO5
Communication and training on anti-corruption policies and procedures
SO6
Political contributions