The Sustainable Procurement ESG KPI 81 percent. Over the next two years, we expect our Sustainable Procurement ESG KPI to remain stable at a high level. Our aim is to keep a coverage of at least 80 % until 2020.remained on a stable level against the prior-year figure. The share of the procurement volume that has been risk-assessed momentarily amounts to
In 2020, we will adopt a somewhat different approach to generating the KPIs for sustainable procurement so that we continue to meet current requirements.
We measure the degree to which our procurement volume is covered by sustainable activities with the Sustainable Procurement ESG KPI. It measures the share of procurement volume we obtain from suppliers where one or several Group companies of the corporate group have been assessed for compliance with our social and environmental standards by way of self-assessments and/or audits. This also applies for audits carried out on subcontractors. In the coming years we expect our Sustainable Procurement ESG KPI to stay at a constant level.
The Sustainable Procurement ESG 412-1 (Human Rights Assessment) and GRI 414-1 (Supplier Social Assessment ) GRI indicators. By providing this information, we cover the V28-04 EFFAS indicators (Supply Chain). It is also relevant for criteria 1 (Opportunities and Risks), 3 (Sustainability Goals), 4 (Value Added Chain), 6 (Rules and Processes), 7 (Performance Indicators) and 17 (Human Rights) of the German Sustainability Code. It is also used for reporting in accordance with the Global Compact Principles 1 (Supporting and respecting human rights), 2 (No complicity in human rights abuses) and 5 (Effective Abolition of Child Labor).KPI together with information about our strategic approach fully covers the GRI