Public comment on drafts of GRI Standards 303: Water and Effluents and 403: Occupational Health and Safety
A 60-day public comment period is now open to review proposed changes to GRI 303: Water and GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety.
These GRI Standards – part of the first global standards for sustainability reporting – have been updated through a formal due process, overseen by the GSSB, GRI’s independent standard-setting body.
You can find out more about the water and occupational health and safety projects and proposed changes below, or by registering for live and recorded webinars. Then, review and comment on the drafts through the GRI Standards public consultation platform. Your input will further improve the common global language for corporate reporting on these topics - so have your say, today!
Give your feedback
Visit our consultation platform to review and comment on both draft Standards.
Learn more about the proposed revisions
Watch to learn more about the proposed updates, how they will impact you, and how you can have your say.
Join a live webinar
Sign up for live webinars where you can review the proposed Standard updates and ask your questions in real-time.
The following draft Standards are also available for feedback on our consultation platform.Exposure draft - GRI 303: Water and Effluents Exposure draft - GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety
Join a regional public comment workshop
Workshops are scheduled to gather public comment from stakeholders in the following regions around the world. If you are interested in participating, please contact the workshop facilitator.
|Hong Kong||6 September, 2017||Yuan Yuan|
|Taipei||7 September, 2017||Yuan Yuan|
|Beijing||13 September, 2017||Yuan Yuan|
|New York||20 September, 2017||Alyson Genovese|
|São Paulo||25 September, 2017||Glaucia Terreo|
|Johannesburg||28 September, 2017||Tendai Matika|
|Bogotá (Reviewing GRI 303: Water only)||3 October, 2017||Andrea Pradilla|
|Toronto||4 October, 2017||Alyson Genovese|
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