• Supply chain reports


      Measuring the effectiveness of our actions is a critical step in the ongoing effort to build a responsible, resilient supply chain. We are committed to transparency in this process, providing our customers and other stakeholders with insight into our performance. We publish most of our performance information twice a year to provide our stakeholders with visibility into how we are progressing.

      2018 Supply Chain Sustainability Progress Report

    • Key measures


      The dashboard below provides a snapshot of various key performance measures. The results reported for FY18 cover February 2017 – January 2018. The results reported from FY19(1H) cover February 2018-July 2018.

  • Key performance indicator FY18 FY19 (First half)
    Number of initial audits 217 89
    Number of closure audits 231 86
    Percentage of high-risk factories audited 91% 88%
    Percentage of priority findings closed/downgraded ¹ 85% 92%
    Percentage of audit findings closed ² 82% 78%
    Number of unique participants attending capability building programs 793 276
    Number of unique supplier factories participating in capability building programs 293 131
    Percentage of workers compliant with 60-hour workweek 90% 91%
    Percentage of workers compliant with 1 rest day per week 92% 89%
    Cumulative number of supplier factories submitting five-year water risk mitigation plans 150 Metric updated annually
    Percentage of direct materials spend represented by suppliers publicly reporting GHG emissions 94% Metric updated annually
    Percentage of direct materials spend represented by suppliers with sustainability reports 90% Metric updated annually

      1. The most severe findings our audits uncover are labeled priority, and suppliers are required to close these within RBA-defined timelines. The percentage of priority findings closed or downgraded is a cumulative number and represents a snapshot of progress with our suppliers. We continue to monitor all open priority findings until a closure audit confirms they have been resolved.

      2. Suppliers are required to address any findings of noncompliance uncovered in an audit, and close findings within RBA-defined timelines. This indicator is a cumulative number and provides a snapshot of the percentage of major and priority audit findings closed. We monitor all findings until they have been confirmed to be resolved, typically through a closure audit.