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ASSA ABLOY Sustainability 2013 Corporate Presentation part 2


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ASSA ABLOY’s work on sustainability is integrated throughout the value chain and a natural part of what we do. This is the second part of three in our Corporate Presentation series. The other two parts are Facts and Figures and Customer Cases, also available here on Slideshare.

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ASSA ABLOY Sustainability 2013 Corporate Presentation part 2

  1. 1. Sustainability within ASSA ABLOY
  2. 2. Sustainable highlights 2012  293 reporting units  795 sustainability audits in low cost countries  Increased reporting on water usage and greenhouse gases  Social compliance audits in Romania and China  Employee survey with close to 28,000 participants  More than 6,000 employees in anti-bribery training
  3. 3. Sustainable development program in brief 2009 Sales companies and offices are included in reported figures Increased monitoring of energy consumption and CO2 2010 Increased audit of suppliers in low-cost countries Targets for 2015 are defined for all monitored areas 2011 Increased reporting of environmental data 25 percent more Group companies included in reporting Improved analysis and benchmarking opportunities between Group companies Updated Code of Conduct Implementation of an anti-bribary policy across the Group Target of 30 percent women in management positions 2004-2008 Code of Conduct with updates Whistle-blowing Internal audits Due diligence directive Tools for supplier control Employee survey Sustainability strategy for product development Marketing and sales training Training in supplier control 2012 Increased reporting of environmental data on water usage and green house gases 15 percent more Group companies included in reporting Internal semi-annual reporting fro increased internal control More than 6,000 employees participated in anti-bribery training
  4. 4. Reduced power consumption 50% power consumption reduction New platforms reduce energy consumption and cost Better raw material and insulation Energy efficient solution Sustainable solutions, examples
  5. 5. Energy management solution for hotels Energy efficient door system Reduced components and energy consumption
  6. 6.  Read more and download the sustainability report at: