Thank you for taking the time to read CSL’s Our Corporate Responsibility 2017 Report. This publication combines information about CSL’s economic, social and environmental performance.Your feedback is important to us so please take a moment to answer a few questions about our report.

* 1. Please select one of the following which best describes you.

* 2. Where are you located?

* 3. Is this the first corporate responsibility report of any kind that you have read?

* 4. Please rate the report based on its:

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* 5. How important is it to you, or the group that you represent, for CSL to report on its corporate responsibility performance?

* 6. How well has CSL covered in the Report issues of relevance to the organisation and our stakeholders? Please comment on any topics you feel have been covered well or could be improved.

* 7. As part of CSL’s third global sustainability materiality assessment, we identified the following top nine sustainability topics (against stakeholder importance and organisational, economic, social and environmental impact).  

Top nine (9) sustainability topics include:

·         product safety and quality;
·         research and development – innovation;
·         bribery, corruption and anti-competitive behaviour;
·         employee recruitment, development and retention;
·         corporate governance;
·         ethical marketing;
·         financial performance and business strategy;
·         supply chain management; and
·         access to healthcare.

Other topics outside the top nine include [in no specific order]: stakeholder feedback; bioethics; environmental responsibility & climate change; employee health and safety; clinical trials; community impact; human rights; R&D collaboration; energy efficiency; plasma donations and donors; public policy; data protection and privacy.

How well do the top nine topics align with your understanding of what's most important for CSL to manage?

* 8. What types of improvements or changes would you like to see made in future reports?

* 9. What top two impressions of CSL were you left with after reviewing the report?

Thank you. Your feedback will help inform future reporting.

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