Corporate Responsibility
Report – 2013/ 2014
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About the report

This report for the years 2013 – 2014 incorporates the significant aspects of reporting for DB Schenker Logistics in Poland. The legal name: Schenker Sp. z o.o. (the period between 1st January 2013 and 31st December 2014). For the first time, this report has been prepared according to the most recent reporting guidelines of Global Reporting Initiative GRI G4, at the level of the “Core” application.

GRI Table

The definitions of the indicators and reference to a place where they are demonstrated have been presented in the following GRI Table:

    Indicators by Section Link
About company
G4-1 The declaration of the President of the Management Board or of any other person whose position is equivalent about importance of well-balanced development to the organization and its strategy CEO's Statement
II.1 About DB Schenker Logistics
Organizational profile
G4-3 Name of the organization DB Schenker Logistics in Poland
G4-4 Key brands, and products. The presentation of products offered by the Company – the presentation is expected to enable understanding of the nature of Company’s business and to make customers familiar with products DB Schenker Logistics in Poland
G4-5 Localization of the head office of the organization DB Schenker Logistics in Poland
G4-6 Number of countries in the territory of which the Company carries out its business operations DB Schenker Logistics in the world
G4-7 Ownership structure and legal form of the organization Corporate governance
G4-8 Markets served and characteristics of customers (customer profile) DB Schenker Logistics in Poland
G4-9 Scale of operations carried out by the organization Financial results
DB Schenker Logistics in Poland
G4-16 Membership in associations, and/or national/ international organizations Organizations and associations
II.2. Corporate governance
Organizational profile
G4-15 External economic, environmental, and social declarations, rules, and initiatives adopted and implemented or supported by the organization We are driven by the values
We share knowledge with the market
Stakeholders engagement
G4-24 The list of stakeholders engaged by the organization Dialogue with stakeholders
G4-25 The fundamentals for identification and selection of the groups of stakeholders having been engaged We don't guess – WE ASK
G4-26 Approach to making stakeholders engaged including frequency of engagement by type and group of stakeholders We don't guess – WE ASK
We share knowledge with the market
G4-27 Key issues and problems reported by stakeholders and reaction of the organization We don't guess – WE ASK
Supervision supervision
G4-14 Explain whether and how the organization applies the precautionary principle The precautionary principle
Supervisory Board
G4-34 The supervisory structure of the organization including commissions in charge of individual tasks that report to supreme supervisory body Meetings of Shareholders
Supervisory Board
Ethics and integrity
Aspects of Management questions of ethics and compliance; Ethics in the supply chain
G4-DMA Approach to management of business ethics issues and compliance Management of ethics and legality
G4-56 Internally developed mission or corporate values of the organization, code of practice, and code of ethics Management of ethics and legality
G4-SO4 Communication and training of employees in the area of anticorruption policy and procedures applied by the organization Management of ethics and legality
G4-SO5 The number of corruption incidents, that have been confirmed/ evidenced, and actions taken in that area Management of ethics and legality
III.1. Responsible supply chain
General Indicators
G4-4 Key brands, products. The presentation of products offered by the Company – the presentation is expected to enable understanding of the nature of Company’s business and to make customers familiar with products Services – comprehensive logistic solutions
Responsible supply chain
G4-8 Markets served and characteristics of customers Services – comprehensive logistic solutions
Responsible supply chain
G4-12 Characteristics of the organization’s supply chain Responsible supply chain
Aspects: the range of services offered, including additional services and innovative; the quality and safety of services.
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “the range of services being offered including auxiliary and innovative services” Services – comprehensive logistic solutions
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “quality and safety of services being rendered” Quality and security of provided services
G4-PR5 The results of customer satisfaction measurement Customer satisfaction
III.2. Relations with customers
General Indicators
G4-26 Approach to making stakeholders engaged including frequency of engagement by type and group of stakeholders; indication whether engagement of stakeholders has been effected as a part of preparation for the process of reporting Customer satisfaction
Aspect: The quality of communication with customers and channels of communication
G4-DMA The approach to the management aspect: "The quality of communication with customers and channels of communication" Customer satisfaction
G4-PR5 The results of customer satisfaction measurement Customer satisfaction
III.3. Co-operation with suppliers
Aspect: Product Liability and cooperation with subcontractors
Internal Indicator List of key documents and requirements applicable subcontractors Code of Suppliers
Cooperation with carriers
G4-SO4 Communication and training of employees in the area of anticorruption policy and procedures applied by the organization Code of Suppliers
Culture of accountability
Cooperation with carriers
G4-SO5 The number of corruption incidents, that have been confirmed/ evidenced, and actions taken in that area Code of Suppliers
Culture of accountability
V.1. Preferred employer
Organizational profile
G4-10 Total number of employees by type of employment, type of employment contract, region, and sex Employment structure at DB Schenker Logistics
G4-11 Percentage of employees covered by collective agreements Employment structure at DB Schenker Logistics
Aspect: Health and safety in the workplace
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “health and safety at workplace” Health and Safety
G4-LA6 Rate of injuries, occupational diseases, lost days, and absence and the number of fatal accidents related to work – by sex and by region Health and Safety
Aspect: The level of employee and couriers satisfaction
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “the level of employees and couriers satisfaction” Employee satisfaction surveys
Satisfaction surveys for carriers and couriers
Internal Indicator Results of employee and courriers satisfaction surveys Employee satisfaction surveys
Satisfaction surveys for carriers and couriers
Aspect: Training and Education
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “training and education” Training courses in 2013 and 2014
G4-LA9 Average number of training hours – categorized by sex and employment category.
The results of employee, carriers and couriers satisfaction survey
Training courses in 2013 and 2014
Employee satisfaction surveys
G4-LA10 Programs for skills management and lifelong learning that support the continued employability of employees and assist the transition to retirement Development in DB Schenker Logistics
V.2. Preferred neighbor
General Indicators
G4-26 Approach to making stakeholders engaged including frequency of engagement by type and group of stakeholders; indication whether engagement of stakeholders has been effected as a part of preparation for the process of reporting DB Schenker Logistics – Preferred neighbor
Aspect: Traffic safety
G4-DMA Road traffic safety Road Traffic Safety
G4-SO2 Actions having an actual and potential adverse impact on a local community Preferred neighbor
Campaign: Campaign: "Am I driving safely?"
DB Schenker Logistics – Preferred neighbor
IV.1. Terminals
Aspect: Reducing the environmental impact
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “limitation of an impact on the environment (for example, green terminals) DB Schenker Logistics – logistic Eco-operator
G4-EN3 Direct and indirect energy consumption of the organization Energy consumption and CO2 emissions in buildings
G4-EN6 Reducing energy consumption Energy consumption and CO2 emissions in buildings
G4-EN27 Initiative intended to minimize an impact of products and services on the environment and the extent to which such impact is limited Green IT
IV.2. Transport
Aspects: Reducing CO2 emissions; Reducing environmental impact
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “limitation of CO² emission (transport fleet)” How we reduce our negative impact on the environment
G4-EN15 Aggregate direct emissions of greenhouse gases Emissions
G4-EN21 Emissions of NOx, SOx, and other essential compounds emitted to the air by type of a compound and by importance Emissions
G4-EN27 Initiatives that are supposed to reduce an impact of products and services on the environment and the extent to which such impact is reduced How we reduce our negative impact on the environment
Economic and safe driving
IV.3. Products
Aspect: The range of services offered, including additional services and innovative
G4-DMA Approach to management of the aspect “the range of services offered including auxiliary and innovative services” Eco-services
G4-4 Key brands, products, and/or services Services
G4-EN7 Reduction of needs for energy in regard to products and services supplied Optimization of operating processes
G4-EN27 Initiatives that are supposed to reduce an impact of products and services on the environment, and the extent to which such impact is to be reduced Optimization of operating processes
About this report
G4-13 Significant changes during the reporting period regarding size, structure, ownership or on the value chain Assumptions of the report
G4-17 Inclusion in the report of the business recognized in the consolidated financial statements Assumptions of the report
G4-18 The process of report content definition and implementation of reporting rules employed to define report content Assumptions of the report
G4-19 Key aspects of reporting Assumptions of the report
G4-20 The significance of aspects within the organization Assumptions of the report
G4-21 The significance of aspects outside the organization Assumptions of the report
G4-22 Explanation of the effect of any adjustments to the information contained in previous reports, and the reasons for their introduction and their impact (eg. Mergers, acquisitions, change of base years / periods, nature of business, measurement methods) Assumptions of the report
G4-23 Significant changes from previous reporting periods in the scope, boundary or measurement methods applied in the report Assumptions of the report
G4-27 Key issues and problems reported by stakeholders and reaction of the organization Assumptions of the report
G4-28 Reporting period Assumptions of the report
G4-29 Date of previous report publication (if published) Assumptions of the report
G4-30 Reporting cycle (annual, biennial, etc.) About this report
G4-31 Contact person Contact
G4-32 GRI Table GRI Table
G4-33 Policy and internal practice of internal report verification Acknowledgement of verification