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GRI 101: 2016 fundamentals
GRI 102: General disclosures 2016 102-1 - Name of the organization 22 e 43
102-2 - Activities, brands, products, and services 22
102-3 - Location of headquarters 16
102-4 - Location of operations 22
102-5 - Ownership and legal form 29
102-6 - Markets served 22
102-7 - Scale of the organization 37
102-8 - Information on employees and other workers 47
102-9 - Supply chain 56
102-10 - Significant changes to the organization and its supply chain None.
102-11 - Precautionary Principle or approach
102-12 - External initiatives
102-13 - Membership of associations
102-14 - Statement from senior decision-maker 9
102-15 - Key impacts, risks and opportunities
102-16 - Values, principles, standards, and norms of behavior
102-17 - Mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics 13
102-18 - Governance structure 13
102-20 - Executive-level responsibility for economic, environmental and social 13
102-22 - Composition of the highest governance body and its committees 13
102-23 - Chair of the highest governance body 13
GRI 102: General disclosures 2016 102-25 - Conflicts of interest
102-26 - Role of highest governance body in setting purpose, values, and strategy 13
102-28 - Nominating and selecting the highest governance body 13
102-38 - Annual total compensation ratio
102-39 - Percentage increase in annual total compensation ratio
102-40 - List of stakeholder groups 40
102-41 - Collective bargaining agreements 50
102-42 - Indentifying and selection stakeholders 40
102-43 - Approach to stakeholder engagement 40
102-44 - Key topics and concerns raised 40
102-45 - Entities includes in the consolidated financial statements
102-46 - Defining report content and topic Boundaries 40
102-47 - List of material topics 40
102-48 - Restatements of information 40
102-49 - Changes in reporting 40
102-50 - Reporting period 40
102-51 - Date of most recent report Refers April 1st 2017 to March 31st 2019 cycle.
102-52 - Reporting cycle Biennial.
102-53 - Contact point for questions regarding the report For questions regarding the report,
send an email to sustentabilidade@toyota.com.br.
102-54 - Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards 40
GRI 102:
General disclosures 2016
102-55 - GRI content index 80
102-56 - External assurance Toyota does not submit its Sustainability Report for external verification.
Material topics
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary topic and its boundary -
103-2 - Management approach and its components -
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach -
GRI 201:
Economic performance
201-1 - Direct economic value generated and distributed Toyota do Brasil is a limited liability company and, therefore, according to Law No. 11,368/2007, it is not obligated to disclose its balance of economic and financial indicators. As a strategy, the company has always sought to protect its numbers from any publicity and avoids making its Balance Sheet, or any data from the balance sheet, available to third parties, except in exceptional cases and with a confidentiality clause.
201-2 - Financial implications and other risks and opportunities arising from climate change 74
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of thematerial topic and is boundary 58
103-2 - Management approach and its components 58
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 58
GRI 203:
Indirect Economic Impacts
203-1 - Infrastructure investments and services supported 58
203-2 - Significant indirect economic impacts 58
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 68
103-2 - Management approach and its components 68
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 68
GRI 302:
Energy
302-1 - Energy consumption inside of the organization 68
302-3 – Energy intensity 68
302-4 – Reduction of energy consumption 68
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 68
103-2 - Management approach and its components 68
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 68
GRI 303: Water 303-1 - Water withdrawal by source 71
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 74
103-2 - Management approach and its components 74
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 74
GRI 305:
Emissions
305-4 - GHG emissions intensity 74
305-5 - GHG emission reduction 74
305-7 - NOx, SOx and other significant atmospheric emissions 74
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 68
103-2 - Management approach and its components 68
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 68
GRI 306:
Effluents and waste
306-1 -Water disposal by quality and destination 72
306-2 - Waste by type and disposal method 72
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 58
103-2 - Management approach and its components 56
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 56
GRI 308:
Environmental Assessment of Suppliers
308-2 - Negative environmental impacts on the chain of suppliers and actions taken 56
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 47
103-2 - Management approach and its components 47
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 47
GRI 401:
Employment
401-1 - New hires and employee turnover 47
401-2 - Benefits provided to full-time employees that are not provided to temporary or part-time employees The benefits offered by Toyota are available to all employees and include, between mandatory and voluntary benefits: transportation allowance, life insurance, health insurance, disability coverage, maternity/paternity leave, and retirement fund.
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary -
103-2 - Management approach and its components -
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach -
GRI 402:
Labor Relations
402-1 - Minimum notice periods regarding operational changes Operational changes are carried out in accordance with internal policies in line with current legislation, always focused on maintaining a healthy and productive work environment. Each negotiation requires a specific term as a result of the changes to be made and possible impacts on the routine of employees.
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 46
103-2 - Management approach and its components 46
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 46
GRI 403:
Health and safety at Work
403-4 - Health and safety topics covered by formal agreements with unions 50
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 46
103-2 - Management approach and its components 46
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 46
GRI 404:
Customer Health and Safety
404-1 - Health and safety impact assessment of product and service categories 49
404-2 - Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs TDB does not have in place programs to support the preparation of its employees for retirement.
404-3 - Percentage of employees receiving regular performance reviews and career development...
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary -
103-2 - Management approach and its components -
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach -
GRI 408:
Child labor
408-1 - Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of child labor Every year, we require our direct suppliers of parts to verify this and we inform TMC of the result, which summarizes this indicator globally. So far, we have had no significant reports.
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary -
103-2 - Management approach and its components -
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach -
GRI 409:
Forced or slave-like labor
409-1 - Report countries or geographies considered at risk of forced or compulsory labor None.
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary -
103-2 - Management approach and its components -
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach -
GRI 412:
Human Rights Assessment
412-1 - Operations that have been subject to human rights reviews or impact assessments Every year, we require our direct suppliers of parts to verify this and we inform TMC of the result, which summarizes this indicator globally.
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 58
103-2 - Management approach and its components 58
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 58
GRI 413:
Local Communities
413-1 - Operations with local community engagement, impact assessment and local development programs 58
GRI 103:
Management approach
103-1 - Explanation of the material topic and its boundary 54
103-2 - Management approach and its components 54
103-3 - Evaluation of the management approach 54
GRI 416:
Customer Health and Safety
416-1 - Health and safety impact assessment of product and service categories 54