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Products Suppliers Employees Environment Society Products Goals: Product Safety Strategic goal Action By? Progress in 2013 Status Establish a globally uniform hazard and risk communication system for all relevant Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, chemicals in the supply chain, incorporating the principles of prevention Register substances produced in quantities ranging from 100-1,000 metric tons per year (phase 2 of REACH implementation) and register non-phase-in substances Mid-2013 All registrations for quantities ranging from 100-1,000 metric tons per year were completed on schedule by mid-2013. Register substances produced in quantities ranging from 1-100 metric [...]
[...] and guidelines that pertain to human rights, such as our Code of Conduct, our Social Charter, our Environment, Health and Safety Policy, and our Charter on Access to Health in Developing Countries. The Human Rights Charter defines our company's expectations while increasing awareness of human rights within the company. It also allows us to more accurately assess Group-specific risks and to align our business operations with our Values. Since the Human Rights Charter includes core labor standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Human Rights Charter is replacing our Social Charter. Procurement Policy: Through our Group Procurement Policy, updated [...]
Implementation of the ten principles of the UN Global Compact Period: January 2013 to December 2013 The Global Compact (GC) is a UN initiative founded in 2000. Signatories of the initiative commit themselves to ten principles based on key UN conventions regarding human rights, labor standards, environmental protection, and anti-corruption. At the same time, the compact obliges the signatories to actively engage themselves in propagating the principles within their own sphere of influence. www.unglobalcompact.org Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany has been a Global Compact participant since 2005. The following Communication on Progress (CoP) presents the key measures [...]
[...] 23 Support for culture and sports activities near our sites 15 14 18 28 19 Education 19 21 22 16 23 Environment – – 5 9 10 Other** 60 62 17 14 19 Disaster relief 6 3 10 3 6 * Excluding lighthouse projects, based on number of projects. ** 2009 and 2010 include discontinued focus areas. XLS Download Motivations for our social engagement (%)* 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 * Excluding lighthouse projects, based on total spending. Charitable activities 58 56 52 32 20 Community investment 19 20 24 52 59 Commercial initiatives in the community 23 24 24 16 21 We assign the motivations for our engagement to categories based on the model of the London Benchmarking Group and [...]
The figures presented below pertain to Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, unless otherwise indicated. Indicators in this chapter: Indicators: EconomicsIndicators: ComplianceIndicators: EmployeesIndicators: EnvironmentIndicators: Society

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