In March 2021, Top Glove conducted a formal and comprehensive materiality assessment to identify critical ESG issues which drive our long term value creation and have a significant impact on the Company's business performance.
The assessment was led by the Sustainability Steering Group and undertaken by an independant third party to ensure objectivity and complete confidentiality.
In July 2022, Top Glove conducted a high level refreshed materiality assessment after FY2021's fomal and comprehensive assesssment in view of the transition phase which the glove industry is facing post pandemic.
The assessment was conducted by the Sustainability Steering Group and the results were externally assured by SIRIM.
A holistic approach was adopted in conducting the assessment, towards ensuring that issues identified were material to the Company's performance, thereby enabling us to effectively prioritise and allocate resources to address the issues.