Group EHS Management Structure

The Group EHS committee is quarterly held to promote the Group EHS management that consists of the EHS management representative of each group company and the person in charge of each subcommittee meeting.

As of January 1, 2019

Group EHS Target and Performance

In Green Value 21 Phase IV (FY2018~2020), we have formulated a new EHS framework based on one of pillars of new medium-term management plan, “Promotion of CSR management focusing on ESG”. In this framework, we set a long-term goal, 20% reduction of CO2 emissions per unit of sales from our total value chain by fiscal 2026 compared with fiscal 2014 and so we are implementing wide-ranging measures. We calculate value-chain CO2 emissions by adding CO2 emissions such as those produced by SCREEN products during customer use (Scope 3) to facility CO2 emissions (Scope 1+2).

Key Measures Description of Activities Targets for fiscal year ending March 2020 Results for fiscal year ended March 2018
Environmental management Environmental conservation Reduce CO2 emissions Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 8.64) 2 27% reduction (emission intensity = 6.72)
Reduce energy consumption (in crude oil quivalents) Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 3.92) 2 24% reduction (emission intensity = 3.16)
Reduce waste*2 Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 199) 8% reduction (emission intensity = 193)
Promote biodiversity conservation Implement action plans
Note: Including measures to counter water-related risks
Certified by Miyako Creatures and Cultural Collaboration Renewal Project Signed agreement on preserving forest uses, and launched environmental conservation activities
Product EHS Contribute to controlling CO2 emissions by products Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 765) 16% reduction (emission intensity = 684)
Expand sales of products certified as environmentally friendly Make such products account for at least 95% of sales
Note: 95% of internally certified Green Products
95%
Train product safety experts Certification rate of at least 2% *4
Note: Internally certified Product Safety Experts
Introduced Product Safety Expert Certification system
Comply with product-related laws and regulations Implement action plans
Note: Including measures to deal with substances contained in products, as well chemicals and gases
Upgraded ProChemist to support chemSHERPA as IT system for contained chemical substances investigation ; Started operation of HazardManager for chemicals inventory control
Disaster prevention & safety Occupational safety and health Zero occupational accidents Zero occupational accidents resulting in four or more lost work days One (1) occurrence
Reduce occupational accident points Group as a whole: fewer than 250 points
Note: Internal point system for occupational accidents
350 points
Disaster prevention BCM Achieve improvements by conducting drills Conduct practice drills at least once a year Conducted practice drills for crisis management and public relations by the disaster response office under the Head Office
Firmly establish system for operating by the disaster response office Implement action plans
Note: Including operation of Bousaiz*5
Conducted practice drills to confirm that employees are safe when an earthquake strikes (4 times), and put Bousaiz into operation for drills
Health management Health monitoring Reduce sick leave Reduce percentage of sick leave days taken to less than previous year 0.590% (previous year 0.647%)
Promote elimination of passive exposure to tobacco smoke in the workplace mplement action plans Ascertained current situation and analyze; set three-year target, formulated goals
Integrated EHS Management Obtain certification for revised versions of management systems Implement action plans Prepared for transition from OHSMS certification
Develop human resources to promote EHS Implement action plans Introduced EHS Professional Certification System
Develop EHS information infrastructure Implement action plans Introduced EHS information system

Notes:
*1 Compared to the fiscal year ended March 2014, per unit weight of product shipments
*2 Waste = waste discharged – valuable resources recovered
*3 Compared to the fiscal year ended March 2014, per sales unit
*4 Certification rate = number of certified persons ÷ number of designers
*5 Bousaiz = System to manage information when a disaster occurs

Group EHS Training System

We have developed the training courses about Business Continuity and EHS management, integrating BCMS into the Group EHS management system. They include “Basic Course” for general staff and managers and “EHS Management Course” for specialists, as well as individualized courses for different job categories and units.

Basic courses Introductory EHS training
Facility entry training
General EHS training
Basic training for specific fields
Health and safety training for supervisors
Mental healthcare training for managers
Safety confirmation drills
EHS management courses Training for EHS secretariat
Training for EHS rule revisions
EHS regulation training
Advanced training for internal EHS auditors
Environmental impact assessment training
Advanced training in analysis of accident and disaster causes
BCP-based simulation drills
Product EHS training
Product risk assessment training
Basic training in chemical risk assessment
EHS qualification courses Risk assessor training
BIA risk assessor training
BCMS drill trainer training
Supervisor training
Mental health management certification II
EHS expert training Specialist/Expert course
Product safety expert training course
Organization-specific courses Emergency response training
Disaster prevention training
Production and purchasing staff training
Facility staff training
Waste management training
Chemical management training
Training for specific persons handling chemicals/gases
Training for operators of company-owned vehicles