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  • Changing Behaviour | G4S
    price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre CSR Mini Studies Environment Changing Behaviour Changing Behaviour Modifying employee behaviour to incorporate energy efficient driver techniques has been a priority for our heavy cash transportation fleet since the beginning of our Climate Action Programme The G4S Telematics system fitted to our cash transportation vehicles across Europe allow us to monitor manage and adjust driving behaviour with the employee fully engaged in the process The system is set up to provide the driver with audiovisual indicators of how their driving is measuring up and the direct improvements they are making to their impact on the environment while also

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  • Switching to alternative fuels | G4S
    Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre CSR Mini Studies Environment Alternative fuels Switching to alternative fuels Since 2010 G4S has introduced a number of electrically powered vehicles into our fleet such as the T3 Motion in USA and the Tazzari Zero in the Netherlands as part of our programme to reduce vehicle emissions and create a greener fleet In February 2011 G4S launched the world s first all electric cash in transit vehicle The first of its type the vehicle is powered by lithium ion batteries and incorporates a solar panel to produce sustainable energy to power the vehicle s ancillary electrical energy usage The vehicle has been operating in Greater London saving around 1 200 litres of fuel around 3 2 t CO2e during its ten month trial The trial s findings have been positive leading to two further vehicles being piloted by G4S The first in Rotterdam where it is

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  • Ronald Reagan Building | G4S
    G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre CSR Mini Studies Environment Ronald Reagan Building Ronald Reagan Building In Washington DC All Star a G4S business has saved US taxpayers more than 3 4 million over the past two years The All Star team s expertise in providing operations and maintenance services in secure environments has enabled it to significantly reduce the energy consumption of its client the US General Services Agency GSA earning the team recognition as Energy Champions last summer Working in partnership with the GSA s building management team G4S have reduced overall energy consumption at key sites such as the Ronald Reagan Building by 11 3 and the nearby Ariel Rios Building by 8 2 Greg Diz GSA s Senior Building Manager for

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  • Community investment | G4S
    our employees G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports My Clippings Home Social responsibility Securing our communities Community investment Community investment We recognise that our ability to provide a safe and secure environment around the world depends on the relationships we have with the communities and people with whom we work At G4S we are therefore committed to be a good corporate citizen We have a long history of investing in local communities and recognise the importance of this role G4S community investment programmes are largely decentralised to allow our businesses to respond to the issues and needs of their local markets and communities We do this by partnering with organisations in those communities and supporting the health education and welfare of children and young people G4S can help to raise aspirations and reduce crime in those communities Measurement and monitoring Since 2010 we have carried out the regular measurement of our community investment across each G4S region with the results reported to both the CSR Committee and Group Executive team Our performance in 2012 Building on the partnerships and investment that we have made in previous years G4S and its employees contributed almost 1 4 million to charities and community good causes Of this 921 700 consisted of financial donations from G4S businesses and goods and services to the value of 459 500 Another 72 000 was generously donated by our employees and other third parties through G4S facilitated programmes in 2012 In addition we also donated 2 5 million to military charities in the UK as a gesture of thanks for the support of the military in delivering the security of the London 2012 Olympic Games In 2012 we Invested over 2 million in charitable community programmes and welfare of employees facing health difficulties or financial hardships in developing

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  • Understanding our impact | G4S
    countries our business has a range of significant and far reaching economic impacts As well as directly benefiting our many employees and suppliers through the salaries benefits and payments we make for goods and services we indirectly support even more companies and their local communities as our suppliers and employees make purchases and generate further economic activity through their spending Many of our business activities deliver immense benefits to communities across the globe such as supporting humanitarian aid efforts in Africa clearing landmines from former warzones and enabling the rehabilitation of offenders in UK USA Australia and South Africa As one of the world s largest private employers G4S already makes an important contribution to communities through our payment of tax revenue and the employment of over 620 000 people in over 125 countries G4S believes it and its employees have a duty within the communities it serves to assist the not so fortunate This is embodied in our corporate responsibility philosophy of giving back to the community Alongside charitable concerns G4S brings a range of significant and far reaching economic impacts to the communities in which we work We directly benefit our many employees and suppliers through the salaries benefits and payments we make for goods and services and indirectly support even more companies and local communities as locally procured suppliers and employees make purchases and generate further economic activity through their spending G4S has a long history of supporting good causes and in 2007 we unveiled a programme to provide corporate funding to projects around the world for a five year period As well as providing funding for these special projects identified and nominated by G4S operating companies the scheme also required the management teams and workforce in each country to give practical active support G4S 4teen Award

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  • Securing our employees | G4S
    Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities Community investment Understaning our impact Securing our employees G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports My Clippings Home Social responsibility Securing our communities Securing our employees Securing our employees As one of the world s largest private employers G4S understands the importance of supporting the long term welfare and development of the people who make up our organisation in regions of the world where large parts of the community are at risk of poverty We have continued to implement employee welfare programmes such a scholarship initiatives in Kenya and Guatemala which have helped front line employees and their children to achieve their high school diploma and Sharing with our People which has built new homes for employees in Chile Peru and Romania In total G4S invested 641 000 from the Employee Trust and other welfare funds

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  • Manguand Statement | G4S
    Africa s leading private prison at Manguang Correctional Centre near Bloemfontein managed by G4S Correction Services has today hosted its annual prisoner certification ceremony South Africa s leading private prison at Manguang Correctional Centre near Bloemfontein managed by G4S Correction Services has today hosted its annual prisoner certification ceremony Me Moodley Regional Commissioner of Correctional Services for the Free State today handed out over certificates to over 350 prisoners who have completed a range of educational or vocational courses Mangaung s large adult learning education centre Liberty ranks as one of the best educational institutions in the country with a pass rate exceeding 90 over the past three years Its teaching staff recently won a provincial award as Best Group of Educators for 2012 Me Moodley will be joined at the ceremony by the Deputy Director General of Education in the Free State and its Director of ABET Education She will be handing over the following certificates to prisoners who spend 40 hours per week on a broad range of activities 206 to those who have completed Mother Tongue ABET levels 1 4 and Grade 12 A total of 8 754 certificates of this type have been issued to prisoners since 2001 150 to those who have completed courses in Vocational Skills Development A total of 8 754 certificates of this type have been issued to prisoners since 2001 Johan Theron Managing Director of Manguang Correctional Centre said This is always a proud day for me and the education team as we watch members of our community being awarded for their hard work and commitment We have a clear focus on giving prisoners the best opportunity to gain the right skills in order to enhance their chances of employment upon their release These award ceremonies are a great example of

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  • G4S 4 Teen | G4S
    Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre CSR Mini Studies Communities G4S 4 Teen G4S 4Teen The G4S 4teen brings together 14 young athletes from 13 countries across four continents towards their goal of winning a gold medal on the world s biggest sporting stage Supported by G4S global ambassador Haile Gebreselassie the G4S 4teen programme enables G4S to assist the athletes their families and the local communities financially socially and logistically in a genuine and meaningful way creating goodwill trust and new sporting heroes in key markets for our business The partnership provides each athlete with unique experiences that are designed to help them develop both within the sporting sphere and personally The benefits that the athletes receive also extend beyond the individual G4S works with each athlete to provide opportunities to their local communities that they would only ever have dreamed of experiencing G4S is proud to support the G4S 4teen athletes to achieve their full potential and in 2011 two of the athletes were selected to compete for their countries at the London 2012 Olympic Games We are hoping that many of the G4S 4teen will be travelling to London to compete in the world s greatest sporting event G4S 4teen athlete Country Sport Obinna Metu Nigeria 100m 200m Fanuel Kenosi Botswana 100m 200m Zodwa Maphanga South Africa Table tennis Pauline Korikiwang Kenya Middle distance

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