GRI Index

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 ● Disclosure required for GRI 'Core Reporting'

 GRI 102: General Disclosures 2016
 

Disclosure Number

Disclosure or Link

External Assuance

 Organisational Profile

102-1

Name of the Organisation: see About Incitec Pivot


102-2

Primary brands, products and Services: see Our Businesses


102-3

Incitec Pivot Limited’s head office is located at Level 8, 28 Freshwater Place, Southbank, Victoria, Australia. See also the Contact Us section of our website.


102-4

Where We Operate: see About Incitec Pivot


102-5

Incitec Pivot is an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed company. Shareholder information is available in our 2018 Annual Report, page 101. 


102-6

Our markets: see About Incitec Pivot


102-7

Scale of the Organisation: Our number of employees, net revenue, tonnes of product supplied and economic value distributed and retained is reported in our 2018 Sustainability Scorecard. Other data required for this disclosure is reported in the 2018 IPL Annual Report.


102-8

For information on employees and other workers by location, employment status and gender, see Managing Our Workforce. IPL’s data systems do not currently allow for the reporting and breakdown of all supervised workers. IPL’s data systems do not currently allow for accurate breakdowns of contractors by contractor types. A substantial proportion of IPL’s work is not performed by workers who are legally recognised as self employed, or by individuals other than employees or supervised workers, including employees and supervised workers of contractors. 


102-9

For a description of our supply chain, see Working with our Suppliers. For risk management strategies associated with  gas supply and price risk, see page 18 of the 2018 IPL Annual Report


102-10

Significant changes during the reporting period to our organisation and/or our supply chain are reported under About the Data.  


102-11

For an explanation of how IPL addresses the Precautionary Principle, see Our Approach.  


102-12

IPL has not officially endorsed any externally developed economic, environmental or social charters, principles or other initiatives. 


102-13

For IPL membership of Associations, see Memberships of Associations.


●  Strategy and Analysis
102-14
For a statement from the most senior decision-maker of the organisation, see A message from the CEO
 

 Ethics and Integrity

102-16  For our values, principles, standards and norms of behaviour such as codes of conduct and codes of ethics, see How We Operate.  
102-17  Although not required for Core reporting, mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics are reported under How We Operate  
 ● Governance
102-18 For the governance structure of the organization, including committees of the highest governance body and committees responsible for decision-making on economic, environmental and social impacts, see our 2018 Corporate Governance Statement, the Directors' Report in the IPL 2018 Annual Report, and How We Operate.
 
 ● Stakeholder Engagement
102-40 For a list of stakeholder groups, see the Stakeholder Engagement table under Our Approach
 
102-41 For percentage of total employees covered by collective bargaining agreements see the table under Engaging Our Employees. IPL’s data systems do not currently allow for the reporting and breakdown of contractors who are covered by collective bargaining agreements.
 
102-42
For the basis for stakeholder identification and selection, see Our Approach.  
102-43 For our approach to stakeholder engagement, see Our Approach.
 
102-44 For key topics and concerns raised by our stakeholders see the Stakeholder Engagement table under Our Approach.
 
● Identified Material Topics and Topic Boundaries

102-45

For entities included in IPL’s financial reporting, see the 2018 IPL Annual Report, page 68. All subsidiaries have been included in this report as they are controlled by the group. 


102-46
For report content selection process and topic boundaries, see Our Approach and About This Report respectively. For topic boundaries, see the Material Topics and Topic Boundaries table under Our Approach.  
102-47
Our material topics are listed under Our Approach, and are indicated by the  symbol throughout this report.   
102-49
For boundaries and mapping of our material issues outside the organisation against GRI topics, see the 'Material Topics and Topic Boundaries' table under Our Approach.
 
102-48
For restatements of information since the last reporting period see 'Restatements' under About the Data  
102-49
There have been no significant changes since the previous reporting period in the list of material topics and topic boundaries, which are summarised under Our Approach.       
 Report Profile
102-50 For details on the reporting period, see About This Report. The term ‘2018’ is used throughout this report to refer to the reporting period, which is the IPL financial year ending 30 September 2018.
102-51
For the date of our most recent previous report, see About This Report.
102-52 Our reporting cycle is annual. See About This Report.
102-53 For the contact point for questions regarding this report, see About This Report.
102-54 This Report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core Option. 
102-55 The GRI Content Index is this table.   
102-56 External assurance is noted in column three of this table and is detailed in About the Data. For external assurance policy and current practice, see ‘Assurance and data integrity’ under About the Data.

♦ GRI 200: Economic Standards 2016


 GRI 200: Economic Performance 2016

103-1

For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.   


103-2 For the management approach and its components, see the IPL 2018 Annual Report and the IPL 2018 Corporate Governance Statement.
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see the IPL 2018 Annual Report  

201-1

For direct economic value generated and distributed see our Scorecard. For external assurance statement see the IPL 2018 Annual Report, page 56.

Yes

201-2

For financial implications and other risks and opportunities for the organization's activities due to climate change, see Managing Climate Change, and 'Principal Risks' in the IPL 2018 Annual Report.


GRI 205: Anti-corruption 2016
205-3 There were no confirmed incidents in which employees were dismissed or disciplined for corruption in 2018. There were no fines, penalties or settlements in relation to corruption in 2018. This disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting.  
 GRI 300: Environmental Standards
 GRI 301: Materials 2016
301-3 Although not required for core disclosure, reclaimed packaging materials are reported under Working with Our Suppliers.  
 ♦ GRI 302: Energy 2016

103-1

For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.


103-2 For the management approach and its components, see Energy and Greenhouse Gases and Our Targets.  
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Energy and Greenhouse Gases.  

302-1

For energy consumption within the organisation see Energy and Greenhouse Gases.  


 GRI 303: Water (Material issue at some sites) and Effluents 2016
103-1

For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.

 
103-2 For the management approach and its components, see Water and Our Targets.
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Water.
 
303-1 For total water withdrawal by source, see Water.
 
 

303-3

For percentage and total volume of water recycled and reused, see Water


 GRI 305: Emissions 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and its components, see EnvironmentEnergy and Greenhouse Gases and Our Targets.  
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see EnvironmentEnergy and Greenhouse Gases and Our Targets.

 
305-1 For direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 1), see Energy and Greenhouse Gases, and our external assurance statement. Yes 
305-2
For energy indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 2), see Energy and Greenhouse Gases and our external assurance statement.
Yes
305-7 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information relating to our NOx and SOx emissions is reported at Reducing NOx and SOx and Our Targets.
 
GRI 306: Effluents and Waste 2016  
103-2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information on our management approach to waste and effluents is available under Environment.  
306-1
Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however total water discharge by destination is reported under Water.  
306-2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however total weight of waste by type and disposal method is reported under Waste  
 ♦ GRI 307: Environmental Compliance 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and its components, see Environmental Compliance and Our Targets.
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Environmental Compliance and Our Targets.
 
307-1 For the monetary value of significant fines and total number of non-monetary sanctions for non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations, see page 4 of the the IPL 2018 Annual Report and Environmental Compliance.  
 Reducing Environmental Impacts through our Products and Services
Included here as a material issue to allow stakeholders to locate For disclosures on our management approach to mitigating the environmental impacts of our products and services, see the Products and Services section.   
Included here as a material issue to allow
stakeholders to locate


For the extent of impact mitigation of environmental impacts of products and services, see Products and Services, particularly Fertiliser Research and Development, Explosives Research and DevelopmentBest Practice in Fertiliser Use, Minimising the Impacts of Blasting and Customer Health and Safety and Customer Support and Engagement.  It is not possible to quantitatively report the total extent to which the environmental impacts of our products and services have been mitigated by these strategies during this reporting period. We are investigating possible methods to reliably estimate these figures for future reporting periods.   
GRI 308: Supplier Environmental Assessment 2016  
103-2
Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information on our management approach to Supplier Environmental Assessment is available in Working with Our Suppliers.  
308-1
Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information relating to the percentage of new suppliers screened using environmental criteria is available under Working with Our Suppliers  
 GRI 400: Social Standards 2016
 GRI 401: Employment 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and its components, see Managing Our Workforce and Our Targets.
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Managing Our Workforce.
 
401-1 For new employee hires and employee turnover see Engaging Our Employees.
 
 GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety 2016

103-1

For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.

103-2 For the management approach and its components, including grievance mechanisms relating to labour practices, see Workplace Health and Safety
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Workplace Health and Safety
 

403-1

The percentage of total workforce represented in formal joint 'management-worker' health and safety committees that help monitor and advise on occupational health and safety programs is 100%. Monthly Zero Harm meetings are held at all sites and are attended by all employees. See ’Passionate Leadership’ under Workplace Health and Safety  
403-2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however our TRIFR is reported by region, and by employee and contractor categories, under Workplace Health and Safety  
 GRI 404: Training and Education 2016
103-1
For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and it's components, see the Managing Our Workforce section, including Attracting and Developing TalentEngaging Our Employees and Learning and Development  
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Managing Our Workforce.

 
404:2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information relating to our programs for skills management and lifelong learning that support the continued employability of employees is available under Engaging Our Employees and Learning and Development  
404:3 For the percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews by gender and employee category see Attracting and Developing Talent  
 GRI 405: Diversity and Equal Opportunity 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and it’s components regarding Diversity and Equal Opportunity, see Managing Our Workforce, including our Diversity and Australian Indigenous Employment sections. See also the Diversity objectives and goals on page 2-4 our 2018 Corporate Governance Statement.
 
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Diversity and Australian Indigenous Employment.  
405-1 For the composition of governance bodies and breakdown of employees per employee category according to gender and age group, see Diversity. IPL does not currently ask employees who identify with particular minority groups within their countries to identify themselves. Due to our commitment to Indigenous employment in Australia, Dyno Nobel employees may choose to identify themselves as Australian Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander persons.  
 405-2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information on our management approach to equal remuneration for women and men is included under Diversity and in the IPL 2018 Corporate Governance Statement on page 4 under ‘Respecting Our Differences’.
 
 ♦ GRI 413: Local Communities 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach and it's components, see Community.  
103-3 For an evaluation of the management approach, see Community.
 
413-2 For operations with potential negative impacts on local communities, see Community Safety.
 
GRI 103: Human Rights Grievance Mechanisms  
103-2 For management approach and it’s components regarding human rights grievance mechanisms, see ‘Whistleblower Protection’ under How We Operate.
 
GRI 103: Grievance Mechanisms for Impacts on Society
 
103-2 For management approach and it's components regarding grievance mechanisms for impacts on society, see Community Safety and ‘Whistleblower Protection’ under How We Operate.
 
GRI 414: Supplier Social Assessment 2016
103-2 Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however information on our management approach to supplier Human Rights assessment is available under Working with Our Suppliers.
 
414-1

Disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting, however, information relating to the percentage of new suppliers that were screened using human rights criteria is available under Working with Our Suppliers.

 
GRI 415: Public Policy 2016  
415-1

The total monetary value of financial and in-kind political contributions made directly and indirectly by IPL in 2018 is zero. The IPL Political Engagement and Donations Policy which was amended by the Board on 17 December 2015, prohibits the Group from making any political donations, whether in cash or in kind, to any political party or organisation, party official; individual politicians; to any political candidate for public office; or any third party organisation that may make political donations (collectively referred to in the policy as 'political persons') in any country. This disclosure is not required for 'core' reporting.

 
♦ GRI 417: Marketing and Labelling 2016
103-1 For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
 
103-2 For the management approach to product information and labelling, see Customer Health and Safety. Information relating to stewardship of our product packaging is available under Working with Our Suppliers
 
103-3  For an evaluation of the management approach, see see Customer Health and Safety.
 
417-1 For information relating to the type of product and service information required by the organisation's procedures for product and service information and labelling, and percentage of significant product and service categories subject to such information requirements, see Customer Health and Safety in the Products and Services section.   













For the basis for stakeholder identification and selection see Our Approach.

For the basis for stakeholder identification and selection see Our Approach.

For key topics and concerns raised by our stakeholders see the Stakeholder Engagement table under Our Approach.

For key topics and concerns raised by our stakeholders see the Stakeholder Engagement table under Our Approach.


For the management approach and its components, see Energy and Greenhouse Gases and Our Targets.

For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.
For an explanation of the material topic and its boundary, see the table ‘Material Topics and Topic Boundaries’ under Our Approach.