|General standard content||Page||Global compact|
|STRATEGY AND ANALYSIS|
|MATERIAL ASPECTS IDENTIFIED AND LIMITS|
|INVOLVEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS|
|ETHICS AND INTEGRITY|
|SPECIFIC STANDARD CONTENT|
|Material aspects||Information about management approach and indicators||Page||Omissions||Global compact|
|Indirect economic impacts||G4-DMA|
|G4-EN3||7 | 8|
|G4-EN6||8 | 9|
|G4-EN7||Currently unavailable. There is no information on the energy reductions of products sold during the period covered by the report.||8 | 9|
|G4-EN8||7 | 8|
|G4-EN15||7 | 8|
|G4-EN16||7 | 8|
|G4-EN17||7 | 8|
|G4-EN19||8 | 9|
|G4-EN20||7 | 8|
|G4-EN21||7 | 8|
|Effluents and waste||G4-DMA|
|Products and services||G4-DMA|
|G4-EN27||Currently unavailable. As of the date of publication of this report, the numerical results of the tests performed were not disclosed. However, it can be stated that the flights were satisfactory and occurred within normal performance conditions.||7 | 8 | 9|
|Supplier environmental assessment||G4-DMA|
|G4-EN33||Currently unavailable. There is no monitoring of negative environmental impacts in the supply chain.||8|
|Environmental grievance mechanisms||G4-DMA|
|SUB-CATEGORY: Labor practices and decent work|
|Occupational health and safety||G4-DMA|
|G4-LA6||Currently unavailable. Discriminated rates by gender will only be possible by 2018. Information for absenteeism rate is available, but there is no breakdown by region of this figures.|
|Training and education||G4-DMA|
|Diversity and equal opportunity||G4-DMA|
|G4-LA12||At Embraer we value diversity and we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities, without regard to ethnicity, age, gender, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or medical condition.||6|
|Supplier assessment for labor practices||G4-DMA|
|G4-LA15||Currently unavailable. There is no monitoring of negative impacts on labor practices in the supply chain.|
|Labor practices grievance mechanisms||G4-DMA|
|SUB-CATEGORY: Human rights|
|Freedom of association and collective bargaining||G4-DMA|
|Forced or compulsory labor||G4-DMA|
|Supplier human rights assessment||G4-DMA|
|Human rights grievance mechanisms||G4-DMA|
|Supplier assessment for impacts on society||G4-DMA|
|Grievance mechanisms for impacts on society||G4-DMA|
|SUB-CATEGORY: Product liability|
|Product and service labeling||G4-DMA|
The review of the first Materiality Matrix (2014-2016), conducted during 2016, followed the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines from version G4. The definition of the set of themes to be analyzed considered the topics identified in the first matrix, the recently launched Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the topics routinely addressed in the sustainability indices of the New York and São Paulo stock exchanges.
Thus, 21 themes were initially defined for the consultation process: biofuels; biodiversity; local community development; personal development; socioeconomic development in the local supply chain; dematerialization; human and labor rights; availability of raw materials; diversity and inclusion; atmospheric emissions; ethics, transparency and compliance; product lifecycle management; natural resources and waste; risk and crisis management; chemical substances management; research, development and innovation; noise; health, safety and well-being; product safety; information security; economic and financial sustainability.
The Embraer Business System (SEE, in Portuguese) was used as a reference to define the stakeholders to be consulted in the process. The SEE determines the key stakeholders (clients, customers, partners, shareholders and society) of the company and defines the business management model, the organization model and the main roles and responsibilities for the management of Embraer. The process also involved sectoral and regulatory organizations, aviation experts and civil society organizations.
The process was attended by 46 representatives of Embraer’s main stakeholders, of which: 6 shareholders; 11 clients of the Business, Executive and Defense and Security Aviation business units; 6 suppliers; 11 representatives of society (including NGOs, sectoral organizations and experts in the sustainability field) and 12 employees from different areas of the company. In order to ensure the identification of the most significant topics for the company’s business, the vice presidents and the CEO were also consulted.
The matrix was later validated by the Sustainability Committee, the Board of Executive Officers and by Embraer’s CEO. The material issues identified will be the basis for the new Sustainability Plan (2018-2020), which will be developed during 2017 and will present specific indicators and targets for each issue. The Plan will continue to be disclosed annually, which will allow monitoring of the company’s results and progress in relation to the achievement of the goals established.
The following materiality presents the eight themes identified in the process considering the combined vision (significance of the environmental, social and economic impacts related to the Embraer activities versus the influence of the theme for the company’s stakeholders) of the evaluations carried out.