A materiality analysis is utilised in order to systematically examine which topics are particularly important for the orientation and focus of AMAG’s sustainability reporting. In addition to the internal company view, the materiality analysis reflects stakeholders’ expectations and interests. It is conducted at regular intervals to identify key issues and forms the basis for the content of the nonfinancial statement.
This process has resulted in an updated list of eight key issues that form the basis of the sustainability program:
- Energy & emissions
- Raw materials
- Customer relationsship & consistent customer orientation
- Occupational health & safety
- Human rights and responsibility in the supply chain
The sustainability program is part of the non-financial statement of the 2020 annual report