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  • We care about people both on our payroll and off.
  • We work with our suppliers and vendors to assure responsibility throughout the supply chain.

2014 TARGET

Continuation of both targets listed below.

Assess gaps in compliance with the CEO Global Commitments on alcohol responsibility and develop plans to address year one implementation.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013

  1. All product design, packaging, advertising and marketing conform to Molson Coors Global Alcohol Policy and local regulatory and self-regulatory standards.
  2. Every major market implements and evaluates the impact of at least one major alcohol responsibility program to reduce harmful drinking and its effects.
  3. Assess gaps in compliance with the CEO Global Commitments on alcohol responsibility and develop plans to address year one implementations.

HOW WE DID

  1. Molson Coors did not have any product or marketing withdrawn in 2013 because of non-compliance with company or local standards. 
  2. In each of our major markets, we have alcohol responsibility programs addressing issues such as drunk driving, underage drinking and other harmful drinking patterns. See details in the Alcohol Responsibility section.
  3. Audit carried out on each of our countries where we are commercially active. Action plans are being developed to prioritize activity and share best practice. 

2014 TARGET

Continuous improvement of our Ethics & Compliance program.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013

Achieve an improved rating from independent assessment of our Ethics & Compliance program end of 2013.

HOW WE DID

Our 3 year action plan to improve our rating is on target. Re-assessment by an independent body began in Q4 2013, results will be available in July.

2014 TARGET

Work towards new 2020 target.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013

  1. Improve energy efficiency by 25% by 2020 from 2011 levels
  2. Improve water efficiency by 15% by 2020 from 2011 levels
  3. Reduce GHG intensity by a further 15% by 2020 based on 2011 levels
  4. Develop a global waste strategy and global targets (waste is currently managed by each region)
  5. Complete watershed assessments in Central European (legacy StarBev) breweries, use findings to complete water risk index
  6. Reduce packaging weight by 4% by 2015 from a 2012 baseline

HOW WE DID

  1. Energy intensity was 117.1 MJ/hl versus a target of 117.7 MJ/hl. A 2.6% reduction versus a 2.3% target. See Energy Performance for full details.
  2. Water intensity was 4.55 hl/hl versus a target of 4.6 hl/hl. Absolute savings of 0.62 million m3 over 2012. See Water Performance for full details. 
  3. GHG intensity was 9.25kgCO2e/hl versus a target of 9.1 kgCO2e/hl. Measures to address 0.15 kgCO2e/hl shortfall built into the 2014/2015 operating plans. See Energy Performance for full details.
  4. Zero waste to landfill by 2020. See Waste Performance for full details.
  5. Assessments carried out at all Central European breweries, risk tool to fully completed by end of 2014. See Water Stewardship section.
  6. Reduced packaging weight by 6%. See Packaging section.

2014 TARGET

Continue investment of 1% of pretax profits in the community.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013

Invest 1% of pretax profits in the community.

HOW WE DID

In 2013 we actually invested 1.58% of pre tax profits. See Community Investment.

EMPLOYEES

2014 TARGET

Continue with 15% improvement in employee engagement over 2012.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013

  1. 15% improvement in employee engagement over 2012
  2. 10% improvement in Health & Safety performance year over year out to 2020

HOW WE DID

  1. Engagement improved by 12%. See Engagement for full details.
  2. 38% improvement worldwide. See Wellness & Safety for full details.

2014 TARGET


  1. All new and existing suppliers will be expected to comply with our Supplier Standards as now referenced in our Terms and Conditions. 
  2. Evaluate deployment of Sedex to additional suppliers based on high environmental, social and economic risks.

WHAT WE SAID: 2013


  1. Communicate Supplier Standards to all suppliers in the UK, US and Canada.
  2. Deploy Sedex to high risk packaging, brewing and merchandise suppliers.

HOW WE DID


  1. Received 100% acknowledgement of our Supplier Standards on all selected Tier 1 & 2 suppliers. See Responsible Sourcing.
  2. Assessed a combined total of 100 tier 1 & 2 suppliers.