Sustainability Report 2017

69 % Men 31 % Women 44 45 b. For all staff who are not employees, but whose work and/or workspace is supervised by the organisation: I. Number of deaths due to work-related illnesses II. Number of documentable work-related illnesses III. The most important types of work- related illnesses. You can gather information under points c-e of the indicator SRS 403-10 in accordance with GRI and report here on a voluntary basis. Total number of work-related deaths in 2017: no deaths. Type and number of injuries in 2017: At the Bocholt and Drossdorf locations there were a total of 108 accidents, most of which were slight injuries. 27 accidents resulted in an inability to work lasting longer than 3 days. Occupational disease: In 2017, no staff reported having a recognised occupational disease (baker’s asthma). One staff member was integrated into a new field of activity due to their occupational disease in 2017. In that year, a total of three staff were being employed who had a recognised occupational disease. Further performance indicators are either not yet available or are currently under development. Performance Indicator GRI SRS-403-4: Staff participation in work safety and health protection The reporting organisation shall disclose the following information on employees and staff who are not employees but whose work and/or workspace is super- vised by the organisation: a. A description of the procedure for staff participation and consultation in the development, implementa- tion and performance assessment of the manage- ment system for work safety and health protection, and for providing access to relevant information on work safety and health protection, and to means for communicating such information to the staff. b. If there are any official company employer-employee committees on work safety and health protection, a description of their responsibilities, how often the meetings take place, their decision-making power and whether or not employees are represented on the said committees, and if not, why not. There are no formal agreements with trade unions on issues of health and safety. Performance Indicator GRI SRS-404-1 (see G4-LA9): Number of hours of education and further trainings. The reporting organisation shall disclose the following information: a. Average number of hours spent by the employees of an organisation in education and further training during the reporting period, broken down by: I. Gender II. Employee category Further training for staff takes place regularly by means of internal and external measures. In 2017, a total of 134 employees were trained, representing about 23 % of all employees. Data on the average annual number of hours spent on education/further training for each staff member, broken down by gender and category, will be collected from 2018 onwards. Further performance indicators are either not yet available or are currently under development. Performance Indicator GRI SRS-405-1: Diversity. The reporting organisation shall disclose the following information: a. Percentage of persons in the controlling body of an organisation in each of the following diversity categories: I. Gender II. Age group: under 30, 30-50, over 50 III. If applicable, other diversity indicators (such as minorities or vulnerable groups) b. Percentage of employees per employee category in each of the following diversity categories: I. Gender II. Age group: under 30, 30-50, over 50 III. If applicable, other diversity indicators (such as minorities or vulnerable groups) As of 31.12.2017, a total of 572 staff were employed in Bocholt and Drossdorf. Breakdown of staff by category: Number of men: 395 (69 %) Number of women: 177 (31 %) The breakdown by age groups will be reported from 2018 onwards. Membership of a minority: As of 31.12.2017, we were employing 184 foreign staff from 27 nations. This corresponds to about 32 % of the workforce. Further performance indicators are either not yet available or are currently under development. Performance Indicator GRI SRS-406-1: Incidents of discrimination. Die reporting organisation shall disclose the following information: a. Total number of incidents of discrimination during the reporting period. b. Status of the incidents and measures taken in relation to the following points: I. Incident investigated by the organisation; II. corrective action plans implemented; Society III. corrective action plans which were implemen- ted, and whose results were assessed in the context of a routine internal managerial review process; IV. incident is no longer the subject of a measure or legal action. There were no incidents of discrimination in the reporting.

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