Get Adobe Flash player 7Other information CROSS-REFERENCE TABLE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY CSR Indicators Page numbers The Grenelle II Act GRI * UN Global CompactIndicator Scope

Local Development

Regional, economic and social impact Promoting local food products 66 created by the activity of the company regarding local development / / / Promoting fair trade and sustainable Integration of the social and environmental

66-67

agriculture issues within the sourcing policy

Guest Health and Safety

Responsible eating 67 / / / EN26

Product selection 67-68 Measures implemented to promote & EN27 F / consumer health and safety & PR1

Preventing health risks 68 / / /

Protecting personal data 68 / / /

Sustainable Procurement

Integration of the social and environmental

The Accor procurement process 68

issues within the sourcing policy

EC6, HR2, Commitment

Importance of subcontracting and integration P

Sustainable procurement strategy PR1 1 & 2

69-71 of CSR in the relationships with suppliers

and plan

and subcontractors

FOUNDATION

Impact on local and neighbouring communities

Regional, economic and social impact

Foundation initiatives 72-74 created by the activity of the company / / / regarding local development

Philanthropic actions and community involvement

Attestation of presentation and independent verifier's assurance report

Attestation of presentation and

75-77 Verification by a third-party body 3.13 F /

independent verifier's limited assurance

* Accor is committed by 2015 to generate corporate social responsability information in line with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Progress in a logical table above shows all the indicators CSR Steering Group in 2012 and their equivalents in the GRI standard. In a logic of progress, the board above present all the steering CSR indicators of the Group in 2012 and their equivalents in the GRI reference table : ā€œ Fā€ : Fully reported ā€œ Pā€ : Partially reported