Ramboll’s annual CR report serves to provide transparency in company performance and progress in human rights, equality, health & safety, business integrity, and environmental management.
Reporting and Acting TransparentlyRamboll’s annual Corporate Responsibility (CR) report is made in compliance with the UN Global Compact and other relevant legislation such as the EU directive for Non-Financial Reporting and the Danish Financial Statements Act §99 A and B.
The purpose of Ramboll’s CR report is to communicate Ramboll’s sustainability and corporate responsibility performance, policies, achievements, results and ambitions to all relevant stakeholders.
Ramboll reporting includes quantified measures in relation to human rights, equality, health & safety, business integrity, and environmental management.
Reliable, comparable and standardised reporting
Ramboll has aligned its reporting with the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) G4 Reporting Framework. GRI is a global reporting framework that provides performance indicators on social, environmental and economic performance, applicable to all organisations of all types and industries, across the world. The GRI framework helps Ramboll to generate reliable, comparable, relevant and standardised information on our holistic performance.
New interactive online CR report
Ramboll’s latest 2018 CR report has and the first time been integrated with the Annual Report and made available in print and a new interactive online format.
The latest Corporate Responsibility reporting communicates Ramboll’s commitment to the UN Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals, including progress in reaching our strategic sustainability targets by 2020. Key performance on sustainability is highlighted in the print version and reported in more detail online.