Relevance Matrix

1 – low relevance, 3,5 – high relevance

ASPECTS  
ECONOMICSOCIALENVIRONMENTAL
Economic performance Indirect economic impacts
(impact on a company’s business environment, e.g. resulting from its contribution to  improving the quality of life of people or developing entrepreneurship)
Materials (use of materials)
Procurement practices Employment Energy (energy consumption, energy intensity)
Environmental protection expenditure Labour/management relations (information and communication policy, e.g. for giving notice of significant operational changes) Water (water consumption)
Integrity of assets and process safety Occupational health and safety Emissions (direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions, emissions intensity, emissions of other compounds - substances that deplete the ozone layer)
Contribution to Poland’s economic growth (investment projects, jobs) Training and education Effluents and waste
R&D expenditure Diversity and equal opportunities Products and services (Extent of impact mitigation of environmental impacts of products and services)
  Equal remuneration for women and men  Level of compliance with environmental regulations (compliance, penalties for non-compliance with laws and regulations)
  Respect for human rights (investments) Environmental grievance mechanisms 
  Local communities Grievance mechanisms for impacts on society
  Anti-corruption   Emergency preparedness
  Customer health and safety  
  Sponsorship of Polish sports  

For information on how the Relevance Matrix has been prepared, see http://integratedreport.orlen.pl/en/our-company/integrated-approach-reporting