G4-20 G4-21 We defined our aspect boundaries4 by evaluating each aspect’s impact on internal and external stakeholders. The table below illustrates how Toronto Hydro’s material aspects correspond with GRI G4 aspects and boundaries. MATERIAL ASPECT FOR TORONTO HYDRO CORPORATION CORRESPONDING GRI G4 ASPECT ASPECT BOUNDARIES COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Strategic Community Sponsorship Economic Performance External CUSTOMERS Conservation and Demand Management Demand-Side Management External Emergency Preparedness and Response Disaster/Emergency Planning and Response Mixed (External & Internal) Grid Investment Research and Development Availability and Reliability Mixed (External & Internal) Public Health and Safety Customer Health and Safety External Responsible Communication and Education Provision of Information External Service Reliability Availability and Reliability Access External ENVIRONMENT Air Emissions Emissions Internal Climate Change Emissions Mixed (External & Internal) Materials Selection and Usage Procurement Practices Supplier Assessment for Labour Practices Supplier Environmental Assessment GOVERNANCE AND FAIR PRACTICES Economic Performance Economic Performance Mixed (External & Internal) 14 TORONTO HYDRO 2014 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY REPORT Mixed (External & Internal) Hazardous Waste and Spills Management Effluents and Waste Compliance Internal Waste, By-Products and Recycling Effluents and Waste Internal LABOUR PRACTICES AND HUMAN RIGHTS Employee Attraction and Retention Employment Internal Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness Occupational Health and Safety Internal Training and Education Training and Education Internal 4 According to GRI G4, aspect boundaries describe where the related impacts occur and consider internal and external impacts to the organization.
Toronto Hydro 2014 CR Report_FINAL
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