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Toronto Hydro CR Report 2016

INTRODUCTION G4-13 G4-15 G4-17 G4-28 G4-29 G4-30 G4-31 G4-33 About this Report This report covers the 2015 and 2016 calendar years. It was prepared in accordance with the G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines developed by Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and includes additional disclosures required by the Electric Utilities Sector Supplement. This is the second report published by Toronto Hydro using this guideline. This report is available in a full-length PDF, which can be downloaded from the Toronto Hydro website at torontohydro.com/responsibility. This report is published every two years. The last report was published in 2015 for the years 2013 and 2014, however Environmental Reports to the City of Toronto were filed in 2015 and 2016, and a Corporate Responsibility Highlights Report was filed in 2015. There were two significant changes from the previous report. Specifically, the operations based out of the west side of Toronto was relocated from a facility at 6 Monogram Place to a facility at 71 Rexdale Boulevard. Additionally, Toronto Hydro worked on renovations to a building at 715 Milner, which replaced the work centre in the east end of Toronto in 2017. Sustainability at Toronto Hydro Toronto Hydro approaches sustainability as the elimination of wast throughout its operations, including the elimination of wasted natural resources, wasted human potential and wasted financial resources. 10 TORONTO HYDRO I 2016 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY REPORT In addition to GRI, the following key international protocols and standards are used to guide Toronto Hydro’s activities: CEA Sustainable Electricity Program — guide for social, environmental and economic standards and is largely based on ISO 26000:2010 and ISO 14001:2004 ISO 31000: 2009 — Risk Management – guide to implement the Enterprise Risk Management framework whereby organizational risks are identified, assessed, treated, monitored and reviewed OHSAS 18001:2007 — internationally recognized standard for establishing occupational health and safety management systems ISO 14001:2004 — internationally recognized standard for establishing environmental management systems Excellence Innovation and Wellness Standard — a standard developed by Excellence Canada for organizational performance, based upon the most effective practices and proven management strategies from around the world


Toronto Hydro CR Report 2016
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