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FMC

SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

STAKEHOLDER GROUP

Employees

Prospective

Employees

Customers

Suppliers

Investors

Local

Communities

Regulators and

public policy makers

Non-government

organizations

Industry

associations

CHANNELS OF ENGAGEMENT

Town Hall meetings

Reports, email blasts, videos

Surveys

Training

Social media

Sustainability report

Annual report

Social media

Meetings

Innovation collaboration

Industry partnerships

Supplier audits

Supplier surveys

Code of Conduct

Donations to local organizations

Employee volunteers

Community Advisory Panels

Leading/participating on committees

and working groups

Advocacy

Meetings

Risk assessments and studies

Ratings/rankings and indices

Conference calls

Surveys

Investor Day

In-person meetings/conference calls

Project collaborations

Survey responses

Developing policies and best practices

Annually

Annually

Weekly

Ongoing

Quarterly

Quarterly

Biannually

Quarterly

Monthly

Quarterly

Monthly

Quarterly

Bi-monthly

As needed

Monthly

Regularly

Annually

Quarterly

Annually

Biannually

Quarterly

Bi-annually

Annually

As needed

FREQUENCY

Quarterly

Monthly

Annually

Annually

Weekly

Stakeholder engagement is a key element in determining issues that

are most material to FMC. Engagement helps us identify important

trends we need to address in sustainability reporting. We engage a

myriad of stakeholders through open and transparent dialogue on a

regular basis. Taking their feedback into account is vital as we grow

into a leading and innovative provider of technologies that help feed

a growing population and power a cleaner, mobile world. The major

issues facing our industry are complex and collaboration is therefore

essential. The table to the right indicates the main stakeholder

groups we engage and how we engage with them.

STAKEHOLDER

ENGAGEMENT

WHO DOWE

WORKWITH?

FMC became a signatory of the UN Global Compact in 2015 and

this report is our second Communication on Progress. Support of

the UNGC demonstrates FMC’s commitment to

make globalization more socially and ecologically

compatible and to raise standards in human

rights, labor rights, environmental protection

and anti-corruption. A complete table of FMC’s

activities and management systems that support

the 10 principles of the Global Compact can be

found at

FMCsustainability.com

.

WE SUPPORT

COMMUNICATION

ON PROGRESS

UNITED NATIONS

GLOBALCOMPACT