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Stage 1: Identification — How we determined potential material aspects for Toronto Hydro During the first stage, we examined more than 50 aspects, including areas of significant organizational impact, as well as broader sustainability trends affecting Toronto Hydro. These aspects were grouped into broad categories, such as community involvement, customers, environment, governance and fair practices, and labour practices and human rights. Please see the comprehensive list below: Governance and fair practices • Anti-Competitive Behaviour • Anti-Corruption • Compliance • Economic Performance • Grievance Mechanisms • Internal Policies • Public Policy Involvement • Respect for Property Rights • Responsible Procurement and Supplier Assessment Environment • Air Emissions • Climate Change • Environmental Management Systems • Green Fleet/Transport • Habitat and Biodiversity • Hazardous Waste and Spills Management • Land Management • Material Selection and Usage • Renewable Energy • Waste, By-Products and Recycling • Water Quality, Availability and Usage Labour practices and human rights • Aboriginal Rights • Non-Discrimination • Diversity and Equal Opportunity • Employee Attraction and Retention • Equal Compensation for Women and Men • Labour/Management Relations • Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness • Retirement and Succession Planning • Contractor Health and Safety • Training and Education Customers • Customer Privacy • Service Access • Public Health and Safety • Responsible Marketing • Customer and Consumer Education • Conservation and Demand-Side Management • Emergency Preparedness and Response • Grid Investment • Service Reliability 12 TORONTO HYDRO 2014 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY REPORT Community involvement • Donations and Sponsorship • Employee Volunteering • NGO Engagement • Partnerships/Alliances • Research and Development


Toronto Hydro 2014 CR Report_FINAL
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