Contents of non-Financial Information Statements

Contents of Law 11/2018 Standard GRI Location / direct response
Business Model Description of the group’s business model A brief description of the group’s business model, including its business environment, organization and structure, the markets in which it operates, its objectives and strategies, and the main factors and trends that may affect its future evolution 102-2, 102-4, 102-6, 102-7, 102-15 Chapter Ferrovial in two minutes, pages 10-17
Chapter Strategy and Value Creation, pages 20-35
Policies Policies applied by the group Policies applied by the group, including the due diligence procedures applied to identify, assess, prevent and mitigate significant risks and impacts, and to verify and control, as well as the measures that have been adopted. 103-2 c) i Chapter Integrity, pages 68-69
Main risks Main risks related to these issues linked to the group’s activities Main risks related to those issues linked to the group’s activities, including, where relevant and proportionate, its commercial relations, products or services that may have negative effects in those areas, and how the group manages those risks, explaining the procedures used to identify and evaluate them in accordance with the national, European or international reference frameworks for each subject. This should include information on the impacts that have been identified, giving a breakdown of these impacts, in particular on the main risks in the short, medium and long term. 102-11, 102-15, 102-30 and 101-2. Chapter Risks, pages 84-87
Information on environmental matters Current and foreseeable impacts of the company’s activities on the environment and, as the case may be, on health and safety 102-15, 102-29, 102-31 Chapter Environment. Page 72-74.
Procedures for environmental assessment or certification 102-11, 102-29 y 102-30 Chapter Quality, page 66-67.
Resources dedicated to environmental risk prevention 102-29 A total 503 people currently work at the Quality and Environment departments of Ferrovial and its subsidiaries, generating an approximate cost of 22.86 M€.
Applying the principle of precaution 102-11 Chapter Risks, page 84-87.
Chapter Environment, page 72-73
Amount of provisions and guarantees for environmental risks 307-1 See Note 6.3 to the Consolidated Annual Financial Statements.
Pollution Measures to prevent, reduce or repair CO2 emissions that seriously impact the environment. 103-2, 302-4, 302-5, 305-5, 305-7 Chapter Environment, page 72-74
Measures to prevent, reduce or repair emissions that generate atmospheric pollution (including noise and light pollution) 416-1 Chapter Quality, page 66-67
Circular economy and waste
prevention and management
Waste prevention, recycling, reuse and other forms of waste recovery and elimination measures 103-2, 301-1, 301-2, 301-3, 303-3, 306-1, 306-2, 306-3 Chapter Environment, page 72-74.
Actions to combat food wastage N/A Due to the nature of the company’s business activities, this indicator is not considered material.
Sustainable use of resources Consumption and supply of water in compliance with local limitations 303-1, 303-2, 303-3 Chapter Environment, Water Footprint section, page 74.
Consumption of raw materials and measures in place to ensure more efficient use of raw materials 301-1, 302-2, 302-3 Table of  GRI Standards Indicators.
Chapter Environment, Circular Economy section, page 72-74. Table of
Direct and indirect energy consumption and measures in place to improve energy efficiency and use of renewable energies 302-1, 302-2, 302-3, 302-4 and 302-5 Table of  GRI Standards Indicators.
Climate change Important aspects relating to the greenhouse gas emissions generated by the company’s activities (including both goods and services) 305-1, 305-2, 305-3 and 305-4 Chapter Environment, Climate Strategy and Carbon Footprint section, page 72-73.
Measures in place to adapt to the consequences of climate change 102-15, 103-2, 201-2, 305-5 Chapter Environment, Climate Strategy and Carbon Footprint section, page 72-73.
Goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the medium and long run and measures put in place to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 103-2 Chapter Environment, Climate Strategy section, page 72-73 and chapter on Airports, page 29.
Protecting biodiversity Measures put in place to conserve or restore biodiversity 304-3 Chapter Environment, Biodiversity, page 73.
Impact caused by activities and operations in protected areas 304-1, 304-2 and 304-4 Chapter Environment, Biodiversity, page 73.
Information on social matters and employees Employment Total number and distribution of employees by gender, age, country and professional category 102-7, 102-8, 405-1 Chapter on People page 58-59
Total number and distribution of employment contract by type 102-8 Table of  GRI Standards Indicators.
Annual average of open-ended contracts, temporary contracts and part-time contracts by gender, age and job category 102-8 Table of  GRI Standards Indicators, page 131.

Ferrovial’s information systems do not compile this type of information by age. It will be available, however, in future editions of this report. However, the total workforce is presented.

Number of dismissals by gender, age and job category 401-1 Table of GRI Standards Indicators.
Average remuneration and trends, broken down by gender, by age, by job category 405-2 Table of GRI Standards Indicators.
Ferrovial’s information systems do not allow for the segregation of this information by age since it is not considered material. However, if the average and median compensation is broken down by geographic area and category, which are the management indicators commonly used in the Group and those that have been considered material.
Salary gap 405-2 Chapter People, page 59, and appendix to indicators.
Remuneration for similar work positions or average remuneration at the company 202-1 Table of GRI standards, indicator 202-1.
Average remuneration of board members and executives (including variable pay, per diem allowances, compensation and severance, payments to long-term pension and savings schemes and any other remuneration, broken down by gender) 102-35, 102- 36,201-3 Chapter Remuneration, pages 94-95 and Directors’ Remuneration Report.
Implementation of job disconnection policies 402-1 Ferrovial is developing an internal policy in relation to digital disconnection in the workplace. The working group created to establish practical and effective measures to ensure business continuity and provide the necessary technological means for compliance is made up of the Privacy Office, the Compliance and Legal Advice Department, the Human Resources Department and Security together with the legal representation of the workers.
Disabled employees 405-1 The number of employees with disabilities
in 2019 it amounted to 1,587
Contents of Law 11/2018 Standar GRI Location / direct response
Information on social matters
and employees
Work organization Organization of working hours 102-8 The company has the tools to adapt working time management to business needs and the demands of employees, with the aim of improving both the business competitiveness and the well-being of its staff allowing a company-oriented culture to be generated to results. In addition, it facilitates the adoption of measures of flexibility and conciliation according to the needs of each employee attending to their life cycles. Chapter on People, page 58-59.
Absenteeism in hours 403-2 Table of GRI Standards Indicators.
Measures to improve the work-life balance of employees and to ensure an appropriate balance between mother and father 401-3 Ferrovial has an internal Flexibility and Reconciliation policy that is accessible to all employees and whose main objective is to promote an appropriate balance between the personal and professional lives of its employees, while encouraging joint responsibility.
Health and safety Occupational health and safety conditions 103-2 Chapter Health and Safety, page 60-61.
Workplace accidents, especially frequency and severity, as well as occupational diseases, broken down by gender. 403-2, 403-3 Table of GRI Standards Indicators.
Ferrovial draws no distinction by gender when compiling injury rates, since its health and safety measures apply equally across the company, with no difference whatsoever between gender
Labor relations Enabling and organizing dialog with employees (including procedures for reporting, consulting and negotiating with employees) 102-43, 402-1, 403-1 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreement, by country 102-41 Chapter Human Rights, page 71, and table of GRI Standards Indicators.
List of collective agreements (especially in the field of
occupational health and safety)
403-1, 403-4 The number of company collective agreements signed in 2019 was 42.In the above-mentioned collective agreements there are provisions, articles, chapters or even specific titles that regulate different obligations in the field of occupational risk prevention, (Health and Safety at Work), thus complying with and adapting to the regulations in each country. In the collective bargaining process held during 2019, matters and obligations relating to occupational health and safety have been renewed, or even improved in some cases, as a result of Ferrovial’s commitment to the welfare of its workers and their occupational health and safety.
Training Policies implemented in the field of training 404-2 Chapter People, page 58-59.
Total number of training hours by job category. 404-1 Table of GRI Standards Indicators.
Accessibility Universal accessibility for people 103-2 In order to promote labor integration, all work centers are adapted to be accessible spaces according to the commitments of the inclusion strategy as well as to particular demands that may exist in response to the diversity of
the workforce.
Equality Measures put in place to champion equal treatment and opportunities between women and men 103-2 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Equality plans (Chapter III of Organic Law 3 of March 22, 2007, on the effective equality between women and men) 103-2 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Protocols against sexual and gender-based harassment 103-2, 404-2 Chapters People, Human Rights and Local Community, pages 58-59, 70-71 and 78-79.
Policy against discrimination in all its forms and, as the case may be, integration of protocols against sexual and gender-based harassment 103-2 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Protocols against discrimination in all its forms and, as the case may be, to ensure the proper management of diversity 103-2, 406-1 Chapter People, page 58-59 and Human Rights, page 70-71.
Information on respect for human rights Implementation of due diligence processes on the subject of human rights 414-2 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Preventing the risk of committing human rights breaches and, as the case may be, measures to mitigate, manage and repair possible abuses committed 410-1, 412-1 Chapter Integrity, page 69.
Reports of cases where human rights have been breached 102-17, 419-1, 411-1 Chapter Human Rights, page 68-69, and chapter on ethics and integrity page 70-71.
Promoting and observing the fundamental conventions of the International Labor Organization governing respect for freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, eliminating discrimination in the workplace and when hiring, eradication of forced labor and the effective eradication of child labor 103-2 Chapter Human Rights, page 70-71.
Information on the fight against corruption and bribery Measures put in place to prevent corruption and bribery 103-2 Chapter Integrity, page 68-69.
Anti-money laundering measures 103-2 Chapter Integrity, page 68-69.
Contributions to foundations and non-profit entities 103-2, 201-1, 203-2, 415-1 Chapter Community, page 78-79
Information on society Company commitments to sustainable development The impact of the company’s business on employment, local development and the natural environment 203-1, 203-2, 204-1, 413-1, 413-2 Chapter Community, page 78-79.
Relations with agents from the local communities and
forms of dialog with such associations and people
102-43, 413-1 Most of the projects undertaken by Ferrovial require a preliminary environmental impact assessment. In some cases, the performance of the project may generate certain impacts on the local communities where they are carried out. Where this is the case, the company ensures two-way dialog and explains to the affected communities the possible implications of each phase of the project. It also sets up communication channels to collect grievances, suggestions and complaints. The company also carries out a two-year consultation process with its stakeholders as part of its materiality study, and provides an Ethics Channel on its website, which is available to absolutely everyone.
Association or sponsorship actions 102-13, 203-1, 201-1 All donation, sponsorship, patronage and association ventures are scrutinized in strict accordance with the company’s own internal Procedure for approving and monitoring sponsorship, patronage and donation projects. In 2019, the company engaged in sponsorship action to promote art, culture, innovation and education. The company belongs to SEOPAN and various associations from the construction and infrastructure sectors both at home and abroad.
Subcontracting and suppliers Inclusion of a procurement policy that champions social issues, gender equality and environmental protection 103-3 Chapter Supply Chain, page 76-77.
Making its social and environmental responsibility values part of its relations with suppliers and subcontractors 102-9, 308-1, 308-2, 407-1, 409-1, 414-1, 414-2 Chapter Supply Chain, page 76-77.
Oversight systems, audits and troubleshooting processes 308-1, 308-2, 414-2 Chapter Supply Chain, page 76-77.
Consumers Measures to improve the health and safety of consumers 416-1, 416-2, 417-1 Chapter Toll Roads, page 30, 30 and chapter Innovation,  page 62.
Reporting and whistleblowing systems and grievances
received and resolved
 102-17 , 418-1 Chapter Quality, page 66-67 and chapter on Integrity, page 69.
Tax information Profits obtained by country 201-1 Note 2.8.1 to the Consolidated Annual Financial Statements.
Taxes paid on profits 201-1 Chapter Responsible Tax Management, page 81.
Public subsidies and aid received 201-4 Note 6.1 to the Consolidated Annual Financial Statements.