CSR / EHS Management Structure

A Chief Officer of Sustainability Promotion has been appointed within SCREEN Holdings. This person oversees CSR and EHS intended to ensure that maximum consideration is given to the environment, health, and safety when we develop our business activities, that we maintain initiatives that contribute to a sustainable society, and that we are working to improve the effectiveness and outcomes of these activities.
The CSR / EHS management structure revolves around quarterly meetings of the CSR Committee and Group EHS Committee. Each Group company appoints a CSR Officer who attends meetings of the CSR Committee where he or she will periodically share information as well as coordinate with other Group companies on priority measures and Group employee CSR awareness-raising efforts. In addition, subcommittees (Disaster Prevention BCM Subcommittee, Healthcare Subcommittee, Product EHS Subcommittee, and Environment and Energy Subcommittee) have been established under the Group EHS Committee to facilitate the integrated management of environmental, health, and safety activities.

As of April 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 2019
Environmental management Environmental conservation Reduce CO2 emissions Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 8.64) 2 35% reduction (emission intensity = 5.98)
Reduce energy consumption (in crude oil quivalents) Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 3.92) 2 26% reduction (emission intensity = 3.10)
Reduce waste*2 Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 199) 7% reduction (emission intensity = 198)
Promote biodiversity conservation Implement action plans
Note: Including measures to counter water-related risks
Implementation of SCREEN Forest
preservation activities
Kyoto Life and Culture Collaborative Rejuvenation Project: Implementation of treeplanting
at head office
Received 3 Stars in Shiga Biodiversity Award
Product EHS Contribute to controlling CO2 emissions by products Reduce unit rate by 6% or more*1 (emission intensity = 765) 12% reduction (emission intensity = 714)
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
94%
Train product safety experts Certification rate of at least 2% *4
Note: Internally certified Product Safety Experts
Certification rate 6%
Note: Trained 76 product safety experts
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
Begin surveys of contained chemical
substances using chemSHERPA format in April 2018
Operation of HazardManager chemical gas management system
Disaster prevention & safety Occupational safety and health Zero occupational accidents Zero occupational accidents resulting in four or more lost work days Four occurrences
Reduce occupational accident points Group as a whole: fewer than 250 points
Note: Internal point system for occupational accidents
570 points
Disaster prevention BCM Achieve improvements by conducting drills Conduct practice drills at least once a year Practices held for teams of the
headquarters disaster response office
Firmly establish system for operating by the disaster response office Implement action plans
Note: Including operation of Bousaiz*5
Use of the Bousaiz disaster information
management system in times of naturals
disasters such as earthquakes, torrential
rain, and typhoons
* Addition of disaster information report
functions to Bousaiz
Health management Health monitoring Reduce sick leave Reduce percentage of sick leave days taken to less than previous year 0.615% (previous year 0.590%)
Promote elimination of passive exposure to tobacco smoke in the workplace mplement action plans Removal of indoor smoking areas at
every sites
Integrated EHS Management Obtain certification for revised versions of management systems Implement action plans Preparation for shift to new standards for
OHSMS and EnMS
Develop human resources to promote EHS Implement action plans Implementation of training for the EHS
Professional Certification System
(Training 2 professionals, 19 experts, 23
specialists)
Develop EHS information infrastructure Implement action plans Start of operation of the new EHS
information system Green Management
System in April 2018

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 General employee course (new graduates, mid-career recruits)
General employee course (Disaster prevention and EHS management basics)
Foreman course
Manager course
Self-care / Line-care
Safety confirmation drill based on BCP and BCM
EHS management courses Disaster prevention, EHS manager, and secretariat courses
Issue-specific course for section committee members
Internal EHS auditor course Course for obtaining legal qualifications
Environmental assessor course
OHSMS risk assessor course
Course for obtaining legal qualifications
Product risk assessor course
Product Safety Expert training course
BCMS-BIA risk assessor course
BCMS drill trainer course
Training using revised manuals
Disaster analysis training
Courses by job
function
Product designer course
Purchasing manager course
Facility operator course
Factory facility manager course
Waste management course
Chemical substance management course
Course for specific persons handling chemical solutions or gases
Workplace vehicle operator course
Course for obtaining legal qualifications
Product EHS training
Organization-specific courses Course for obtaining legal qualifications
Customer-specific license training course
Customer support course
Disaster prevention training
Emergency response training
Simulation training based on BCP
Qualifications, etc. required for individual lines and groups