Sulzer reaches highest GRI level

Sulzer has received the highest rating G3 A+ from the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) for its online Sustainability Report 2012. The company reduced the frequency and severity of accidents. Major indicators for ecological sustainability also improved. As an integral part of its sustainability commitment, the company now covers relevant major product categories with environmental product declarations.
Sustainability plays a vital role in Sulzer’s plan to achieve profitable growth. Sulzer’s online Sustainability Report 2012 was assessed by Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS), and it received the highest transparency level G3 A+ of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
Social responsibility remains highly important for Sulzer’s business success. Protecting the health and safety of its employees is crucial for the company. In 2012, Sulzer decreased its accident frequency rate by 21 per cent to 2.9 cases per million working hours (2011: 3.7), thus reaching its target of 3.0 for 2012. Engaged and committed employees are a key factor in sustained business success.
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