GRI index for the Audi Report 2020

The Audi Report 2020 was prepared in accordance with the “core” option of the GRI standards and confirmed by the organization with the GRI Materiality Disclosures Service.

GRI-Standards

General Disclosures

Organizational profile

GRI 102-1: Name of the organization

GRI 102-2: Activities, brands, products, and services

GRI 102-3: Location of headquarters

GRI 102-4: Location of operations

GRI 102-5: Ownership and legal form

GRI 102-6: Markets served

GRI 102-7: Scale of the organization

GRI 102-8: Information on employees and other workers

GRI 102-9: Supply chain

GRI 102-10: Significant changes to the organization and its supply chain

GRI 102-11: Precautionary principle or approach

GRI 102-12: External initiatives

GRI 102-13: Membership of associations and interest groups

  • Audi works in a variety of initiatives, associations and work groups to discuss ecological, economic and social issues in partnership with stakeholders. The list (see below) of memberships and activities exemplifies the company’s dialogue with industry, politics, science and society. This is only a selection of our numerous involvements that also reflect the interests of the company’s stakeholders. This depiction was created using the five chapters of this report to illustrate the connections to the topics reported in the Audi Report 2020.
  • Strategy
    VDA Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V., Berlin
    eNOVA Strategiekreis Automobile Zukunft, Berlin
  • Operations & Integrity
    Deutsches Institut für Compliance (DICO), Berlin
    Gesellschaft für Datenschutz und Datensicherung e.V. (GDD), Bonn
    ZfW-Zentrum für Wirtschaftsethik gGmbH, Berlin
  • Products & Services
    Deutsches Verkehrsforum e.V., Berlin
  • Value Creation & Production
    Biodiversity in Good Company Initiative e. V., Berlin
    Co₂ncept plus – Verband der Wirtschaft für Emissionshandel und Klimaschutz e.V., Munich
  • Employees & Society
    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Arbeitsmedizin und Umweltmedizin e. V. (DGAUM), Munich
    Stiftung „Jugend forscht“ e.V., Hamburg
    Verein zur Förd. kult. Belange in der Region IN, Ingolstadt

Strategy

GRI 102-14: Statement from senior decision-maker

GRI 102-15: Key impacts, risks, and opportunities

Ethics and integrity

GRI 102-16: Values, principles, standards, and norms of behavior

GRI 102-17: Mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics

Governance

GRI 102-18: Governance structure

  • Further information see Company Management
  • The Annual General Meeting, the Supervisory Board and the Board of Management make up the executive bodies of AUDI AG. The Annual General Meeting of a stock corporation is the meeting of the corporation’s shareholders or owners at which they exercise their rights with regard to the stock corporation’s affairs. The Board of Management manages the business of AUDI AG and of the Audi Group in accordance with the law, the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws of AUDI AG and the Rules of Procedure issued by the Supervisory Board. Corporate governance also gives due consideration to the corporate goals and to shared interests within the Volkswagen Group.
  • At the time the report was completed, the Board of Management of AUDI AG consisted of six members. The Supervisory Board oversees and advises the Board of Management’s running of the business. The Supervisory Board of AUDI AG comprises ten shareholder representatives and ten employee representatives as provided for by law. The composition of the Supervisory Board and Board of Management of AUDI AG as well as the dates on which members took up office are provided on the website of AUDI AG.

GRI 102-19: Delegating authority

GRI 102-20: Executive-level responsibility for economic, environmental, and social topics

GRI 102-21: Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics

GRI 102-22: Composition of the highest governance body and its committees

GRI 102-23: Chair of the highest governance body

GRI 102-24: Nominating and selecting the highest governance body

GRI 102-25: Conflicts of interest

GRI 102-26: Role of highest governance body in setting targets, values, and strategies

GRI 102-27: Collective knowledge of highest governance body

GRI 102-28: Evaluating the highest governance body’s performance

GRI 102-29: Identifying and managing economic, environmental, and social impacts

GRI 102-30: Effectiveness of risk management processes

GRI 102-31: Review of economic, environmental, and social topics

GRI 102-32: Highest governance body’s role in sustainability reporting

GRI 102-33: Communicating critical concerns

GRI 102-34: Nature and total number of critical concerns

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 65 ff.
  • In 2020, 450 reports of possible regulatory violations were received. The number is somewhat lower than the previous year’s figure of 694 reports. Short-time work as a result of the coronavirus is among the reasons for the reduction.
  • The continued high number of non-anonymous reports in 2020 and the fact that a large number of the tip-offs received were reported directly to the Audi Investigation Office show that a high level of trust remains in the whistleblower system.

Stakeholder engagement

GRI 102-40: List of stakeholder groups

GRI 102-41: Collective bargaining agreements

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 273 f.
  • The Audi Works Council plays an active role in shaping the future at Audi. For example, all works agreements are reached jointly with the employee representatives at AUDI AG. The latter also oversee compliance with applicable legislation, directives, accident prevention regulations, wage agreements and works agreements reached in favor of the employees.

GRI 102-42: Identifying and selecting stakeholders

GRI 102-43: Approach to stakeholder engagement

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 7
  • Delegates of the employee representative bodies of the Audi Group meet at least twice a year in the framework of the Audi Committee to advise on topics of international importance for the Group as a whole and to enter into exchanges in this regard with the Audi Board of Management. In addition, individual support is provided for the respective sites on specific topics. The spokesperson for the Audi Committee is the Chair of the General Works Council of AUDI AG, Peter Mosch, with Supervisory Board mandates in Volkswagen AG and AUDI AG.
  • On the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG, the employees’ elected representatives perform duties such as monitoring executive management, approving important corporate processes and appointing the members of the Board of Management. The intention is to give a voice to international colleagues in this and other key committees too and to represent the interests of the employees as well as the interests of the domestic sites. The Social Charter, which will also be implemented in the future at AUDI AG, was amended at the end of 2020 and following this revision defines economic efficiency and job protection as equal-ranking corporate goals. In addition to the Social Charter, there is also a Charter on Labor Relations, a Charter on Temporary Work and a Charter on Vocational Education, which set out guiding principles on the respective topics for the entire Group.
  • There are also elected youth and apprentice representative bodies as well as disabled employee representatives at AUDI AG who specifically take up the concerns of the employee groups that they represent.

GRI 102-44: Key topics and concerns raised

Reporting practice

GRI 102-45: Entities included in the consolidated financial statements

GRI 102-46: Defining report content and topic boundaries

GRI 102-47: List of material topics

GRI 102-48: Restatements of information

GRI 102-49: Changes in reporting

GRI 102-50: Reporting period

GRI 102-51: Date of most recent report

GRI 102-52: Reporting cycle

GRI 102-53: Contact point for questions regarding the report

GRI 102-54: Declaration on reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards

GRI 102-55: GRI content index

GRI 102-56: External assurance 

Topic-specific disclosures – Economics

GRI 201 Economic Performance

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 201-1: Directly generated and distributed economic value

The bargaining partners consider the ratio of the entry level wages to the statutory local minimum wage when structuring compensation as part of the collective bargaining process.

GRI 201-2: Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate change

GRI 201-3: Defined benefit plan obligations and other retirement plans

GRI 202 Market Presence

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 202-1: Ratios of standard entry level wage by gender compared with local minimum wage

  • The bargaining partners consider the ratio of the entry level wages to the statutory local minimum wage when structuring compensation as part of the collective bargaining process.

GRI 202-2: Proportion of senior management hired from the local community

  • Audi fundamentally supports the employment and qualification of local employees. The Group is convinced that these employees are knowledgeable about the region and the local market, and have good networks that are helpful for the further development of their locations. The proportion of foreign nationals at AUDI AG was 8.3 percent in 2020.

GRI 203 Indirect Economic Impacts

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 203-1: Infrastructure investments and services supported

GRI 203-2: Significant indirect economic impacts

GRI 204 Procurement Practices

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 204-1: Proportion of spending on local suppliers

GRI 205 Anti-corruption

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 205-1: Operations assessed for risks related to corruption

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 65 ff.
  • The Audi Group places a high priority on preventing corruption. Within our company, the department Compliance AUDI AG/Management System, Integrity (I/GC-C) helps to ensure sustainable prevention of corruption. As part of the ICRA (Internal Compliance Risk Assessment) standard process, compliance risk profiles – in the area of corruption among others – are created for each company. Each company has to implement appropriate individual measures once the risk profile has been created, which help to mitigate the risk.

GRI 205-2: Communication and training about anti-corruption policies and procedures

  • In the year under review, 44 national and international participations were supported in the compliance focal area of anti-corruption in the course of consultancy inquiries, the implementation of policies and the execution of training programs.
  • Fundamentally, all those entities where AUDI AG holds a majority interest or management responsibility or that are of particular importance are included in the process. In addition, the proper implementation of measures is verified as part of on-site inspections and external audits.
  • Companies can also report risks, problems and incidents in the area of corruption, among others, to the Compliance & Integrity department as part of hot topic reporting. One hot topic in relation to corruption was reported in the year under review.

GRI 205-3: Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken

  • Within the scope of the Whistleblower System, in 2020 the Audi Investigation Office received two centrally filed reports of a regulatory violation with regard to corruption for which further investigative steps were initiated. These reports are still under investigation at present. Two further possible suspected cases of corruption were examined in 2020, which had already been received in the Whistleblower System in 2019. In one case, no regulatory violation was identified, while appropriate personnel measures were taken in another.

GRI 206 Anti-competitive Behavior

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 206-1: Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, anti-trust, and monopoly practices

  • Cases of actual and suspected compliance violations of anti-trust law are isolated cases. The total number of cases is not reported for confidentiality reasons.

Topic-specific disclosures – Ecology

GRI 301 Materials

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 301-1: Materials used by weight or volume

GRI 301-2: Recycled input materials used

GRI 301-3: Reclaimed products and their packaging materials

GRI 302 Energy

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 302-1: Energy consumption within the organization

302-1 f.: The process of collecting key figures including definition of scope is anchored in the Volkswagen 98000 standard (see → page 248 ff.) and does not provide for extrapolation at overall site level.

GRI 302-3: Energy intensity

GRI 302-4: Reduction of energy consumption

GRI 303 Water and Effluents

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 303-1: Interactions with water as a shared resource

GRI 303-2: Management of water discharge-related impacts

GRI 303-3: Water withdrawal

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 240 ff.
  • See Audi Report 2020 page 307
  • Further information see page 248 ff.
  • 303-4 c: The site in Mexico was the only site where water pollution was identified, although the site is 100 percent wastewater-neutral.
  • 303-4 d–e: As with the entire process for collecting key figures, the process for identifying the relevant wastewater load and wastewater limits is anchored in the Volkswagen 98000 standard. Owing to the size of the Group, Audi sites are subject to different legislation. Some incidents are dealt with at a local level. There is no Group data available on incidents at present for this reason.

GRI 304 Biodiversity

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 304-1: Operational sites owned, leased, managed in, or adjacent to protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value outside protected areas

GRI 304-2: Significant impacts of activities, products, and services on biodiversity          

GRI 304-3: Habitats protected or restored

GRI 304-4: IUCN Red List species and national conservation list species with habitats in areas affected by operations

GRI 305 Emissions

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions

GRI 305-2: Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 230 ff.
  • See Audi Report 2020 page 306
  • Further information see page 248 ff.
  • 305-2 a: As with the entire process for collecting key figures, the process for selecting the relevant emissions as well as the emissions factors used are anchored in the Volkswagen 98000 standard (see → page 249 ff.). Audi fundamentally uses the real emission factors of the energy suppliers. If this is not possible, calculations are conducted on the basis of the VDA’s standard factors. All Audi manufacturing sites were converted extensively to green electricity as of January 1, 2020. Owing to the size of the Group, a disproportionately high level of effort would be required to manually calculate all location-based emissions as a reference. No reporting therefore takes place for this reason.
  • 305-2 e: As with the entire process for collecting key figures, the process for selecting the relevant emissions as well as the emissions factors used are anchored in the Volkswagen 98000 standard. Audi fundamentally uses the real emission factors of the energy suppliers. If this is not possible, calculations are conducted on the basis of the VDA’s standard factors.

GRI 305-4: GHG emissions intensity

GRI 305-5: Reduction of GHG emissions

GRI 305-7: Nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx), and other significant air emissions

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 306
  • Further information see page 248 ff.
  • 305-7 b: As with the entire process for collecting key figures, the process for selecting the relevant emissions as well as the emissions factors used are anchored in the Volkswagen 98000 standard. Audi fundamentally uses the real emission factors of the energy suppliers. If this is not possible, calculations are conducted on the basis of the VDA’s standard factors.

GRI 306 Effluents and Waste

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 306-1: Water discharge by quality and destination

GRI 306-2: Waste by type and disposal method

GRI 306-3: Significant spills

GRI 307 Environmental Compliance
GRI 308 Supplier Environmental Assessment

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 308-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary. New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria

GRI 308-2: Negative environmental impacts in the supply chain and actions taken

Topic-specific disclosures – Social

GRI 401 Employment

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 401-1: New employee hires and employee turnover

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 266 ff.
  • See Audi Report 2020 page 309
  • 401-1 a: Data on the rate of new employee hires is not available since this key figure is not collected. Audi uses the absolute number of employees in relation to new employee hires. The following are taken into account as regards employee turnover: terminations, resignations at the employee’s own request without a rehire guarantee and service termination agreements. Absolute figures are not used as an internal control and are therefore not available in a reportable format.
  • 401-1 b: The data for the entire Audi Group is not recorded systematically at present. Collecting this data manually would be highly complex due to the autonomy of the companies, and a disproportionately high level of effort would be required owing to the size of the Group. No reporting therefore takes place for these reasons and also due to the fact that the figure is not relevant for control purposes.

GRI 401-2: Benefits provided to full-time employees that are not provided to temporary or part-time employees

GRI 401-3: Parental leave

GRI 402 Labor/Management Relations

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 402-1 Minimum notice periods regarding operational changes

  • In the event of operational changes, the company undertakes to inform the employees of these in a timely manner.

GRI 403 Occupational Health and Safety

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 403-1: Occupational health and safety management system

GRI 403-2: Hazard identification, risk assessment, and incident investigation

GRI 403-3: Occupational health services

GRI 403-4: Worker participation, consultation, and communication on occupational health and safety

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 264 f.
  • As part of the Audi ergonomics strategy, the company promotes intelligent work organization along with measures to apply the standards on an international scale, for example. Through targeted consultations, Audi raises its employees’ awareness of the issue and encourages them to put forward their own suggestions, thus allowing them to design their own workplace. The ergonomics coordinators at all Audi sites discuss measures and developments several times a year.

GRI 403-5: Worker training on occupational health and safety

GRI 403-6: Promotion of worker health

GRI 403-7: Prevention and mitigation of occupational health and safety impacts directly linked by business relationships

GRI 403-8: Workers covered by an occupational health and safety management system

GRI 403-9: Work-related injuries

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 264 f.
  • See Audi Report 2020 page 311
  • 403-9: As in the past, the current scope of the published data relates to AUDI AG. The possibility of extending reporting to the production sites is being examined at present. Due to conversion of the process to a combined report, which is published earlier than before, the figures for all production sites could not yet be published this year.
  • 103-9 a ii: The data is not available in reportable format as yet; collection is being examined presently. 403-9 a iii: The data is used to calculate the frequency of accidents; publication is being examined presently.
  • 403-9 iv: Injuries are categorized at Audi on the basis of the catalog of the professional association. No evaluation of the data is available at present in reportable form; publication is being examined. 403-9 a v: The data is used to calculate the frequency of accidents; publication is being examined presently.
  • 403-9 b: The current contractual situation with the companies working for Audi does not permit access to the required information.
  • 403-9 c–d: Audi fulfills the statutory requirements and performs risk assessments for all activities according to relevant standard works. Details are not published for confidentiality reasons.

GRI 404 Training and Education

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 404-1: Average hours of training per year per employee

GRI 404-2: Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs

GRI 404-3: Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews

GRI 405 Diversity and Equal Opportunity

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 405-1: Diversity of governance bodies and employees

  • See Audi Report 2020 page 266 ff.
  • See Audi Report 2020 page 309 ff.
  • 405-1: The data for the entire Audi Group is not available since this information is not relevant for control purposes owing to the autonomy of the companies and the size of the Group. Collection and publication are being examined presently.
  • 405-1 b ii: Only the key figure for AUDI AG is relevant for control purposes owing to the size of the Group and the autonomy of the companies. The scope is limited to AUDI AG data for this reason. Collection and publication are being examined presently.

GRI 405-2: Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men

GRI 412 Human Rights Assessment

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 412-1: Operations that have been subject to human rights reviews or impact assessments

GRI 412-2: Employee training on human rights policies or procedures

  • Audi uses a range of training measures to convey information on the topic of human rights in the company. For example, a chapter of the “Audi Code of Conduct and Ethical Decision-Making” WBT has been used for around two years now to provide a basic understanding. The training is obligatory for the entire workforce.
  • As of December 31, 2020, 98.6 percent of all employees had completed the approx. 45-minute training. The topic is likewise anchored in the form of basic knowledge in the 30-minute WBT on “Compliance Awareness,” which has been available on a voluntary basis since the beginning of 2020. Around 400 employees took part in this training in the past year. The 90-minute face-to-face training on “Business and human rights in the corporate context – respecting human rights” took place for the first time at the end of 2020. This training course can be booked by all employees, although it is specifically aimed at employees who have direct responsibility for or heightened impact on the topic in their everyday work. This training will be intensified further in 2021.
  • Participation in the obligatory WBT on Code of Conduct: 98.6 percent
  • In figures: Actual participation: 54,087
  • Target participation: 54,837 (As of Dec. 31, 2020)
  • Participation in voluntary Life Online Training on Human Rights: 13 participants (As of Dec. 31, 2020) (Note: One training course took place in 2020)
  • Participation in the voluntary WBT on Compliance Awareness: 400 participants including repeat participants (As of Dec. 31, 2020)

GRI 412-3: Significant investment agreements and contracts that include human rights clauses or that underwent human rights screening

GRI 413 Local Communities

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 413-1: Operations with local community engagement, impact assessments, and development programs

GRI 414 Supplier Social Assessment
GRI 416 Customer Health and Safety

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 416-1: Assessment of the health and safety impacts of product and service categories

  • Audi’s commitment to quality is based also and especially on social change, customer requirements, statutory and regulatory requirements as well as internal company policies and a binding Code of Conduct. The process-driven quality management system defines regulations in this respect that are to be applied by the organizational units to their tasks, projects and associated processes for the purpose of organization, implementation and continuous enhancement. All divisions formulate their quality requirements in goals, control these independently based on key figures, are subject to independent controls and contribute to the achievement of corporate goals. Audi attaches particular importance to producing high-quality and safe vehicles. And it continues to keep an eye on its products even after they have been delivered to customers – in line with product monitoring obligations. On the request of the Board of Management, the Product Safety Committee (APS) examines topic-related reports for delivered vehicles and products and initiates measures if there are any doubts as to their product safety or if a regulatory violation is suspected. In addition, the APS answers questions from authorities and consumer associations in relation to product safety.

GRI 416-2: Incidents of non-compliance concerning the health and safety impacts of products and services

  • In addition to interfaces to the Environmental Compliance Management System (ECMS) and Product Compliance Management System (PCMS), the interface to the Compliance Management System (CMS) should also be highlighted in terms of continuous development and improvement.

    Objectives in this respect include exchanging information on process weaknesses, initiating improvement measures when necessary and therefore minimizing compliance risks.

    Product integrity is the obligation to maintain product safety and product conformity. In 2020, Audi began establishing product integrity and the Product Compliance Management System (PCMS) as a regulatory framework for ensuring product integrity in the company.

    Every employee plays their part in ensuring that product integrity risks are minimized by complying with regulations in the Corporate Policy U_059.

GRI 417 Marketing and Labeling

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 417-1: Requirements for product and service information and labeling

GRI 417-2: Incidents of non-compliance concerning product and service information and labeling

  • AUDI AG never provides general information on the scope of field measures.

GRI 417-3: Incidents of non-compliance concerning marketing communications

GRI 418 Customer Privacy

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 418-1: Substantiated complaints concerning breaches of customer privacy and losses of customer data   

  • As in the previous year, there were no substantiated complaints concerning breaches of customer privacy in 2020.

GRI 419 Socioeconomic Compliance

GRI 103-1: Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

GRI 103-2: The management approach and its components

GRI 103-3: Evaluation of the management approach

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GRI 419-1: Non-compliance with laws and regulations in the social and economic area

  • Any known cases of actual and suspected compliance violations are isolated cases. The total number of cases is not reported for confidentiality reasons.

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