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MYTILINEOS Holdings Sustainability Report
2014
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2014
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5.2 Performance versus 2014 targets
SOCIAL TARGETS
Targets
2014
Performance
in 2014
Progress
Targets
2015
Targets
2016
Total work-related fatalities
0
0
Total accidents
0
X
0
Total incidents related to occupational diseases
0
0
Total incidents of discrimination
0
0
Total incidents of forced labour
0
0
Total incidents of corruption and bribery
0
0
Percentage of employees who received formal
performance evaluation reviews
>80
>90%
Training hours per year and per employee
25
>30
>35
Percentage of the Group's major suppliers and
business partners who commit themselves to the
Suppliers & Business Partners Code of Conduct
55% - 60%
Improvement of the policies and procedures
adopted by the Group’s subsidiaries for increasing
Transparency
50%
Improvement of the policies and procedures
adopted by the Group’s subsidiaries for the
protection of Human Rights
33%
100%
Coverage of the needs of local communities in
terms of infrastructures, as a percentage (%) of
total social expenditures
10%
15%
ENVIRONMENTAL TARGETS
Targets
2014
Performance
in 2014
Progress
Targets
2015
Targets
2016
Fluorine emissions (kg/t Al)
1
<1.5
<1.4
Carbon tetrafluoride emissions (kgCF4/tAl)
1
<0.04
X
<0.04
Solid waste sorting ratio
2
>90%
Generation of unclassified basin waste (kg/basin
ΑΒ)
2
< 20
<20
<20
Final waste disposal for the Alumina production
line (kg/tAH)
2
<8
<7
Total water withdrawal (industrial use & drinking,
m
3
/ day)
3
< 14,500
<14,000
<14,000
Application of ISO 14064 in the Group subsidiaries
66%
Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions
(scope 3) in the Group subsidiaries
66%
Total incidents involving spills of hazardous
substances in the soil or in the water
<55
Conduct of two studies on the protection of
biodiversity in the Metallurgy & Mining Sector
100%
TARGETS SPECIFIC TO THE METALLURGY & MINING SECTOR THAT HELP:
1
REDUCE EMISSIONS,
2
REDUCE SOLID WASTE,
3
CONSERVE NATURAL
RESOURCES
The Stakeholder Engagement process expresses in a systematic way,
the long-standing principle of MYTILINEOS Group which refers to the
ongoing and honest dialogue with the social groups that affect its activity
and are affected by it, in the context of its responsible operation. This
initiative, which today has been established as an institution within the
Group, is continuing with consistency and is subject to self-evaluation
and self-improvement procedures.
MYTILINEOS Group
Stakeholder Engagement process
STAKEHOLDER
ENGAGEMENT PROCESS
Implementation methods:
• Local dialogue forums
• Electronic consultations
• Thematic Round Tables
• Quantitative and
qualitative surveys
Aims to develop long-term
relations of mutual trust between
the Group and its Stakeholders
and, by extension, to strengthen
transparency and further
improve the Group's CSR
strategy and initiatives.
Allows easier
identification
and evaluation
of Stakeholder
expectations and the
Group's response to
them, by developing
parallel collaborations
for the achievement
of mutually beneficial
objectives
Relies on
International
Standards guidelines
such as: ISO 26000,
GRI - G4 and the UN
Global Compact.
A formal procedure
established by MYTILINEOS
Group since 2010 and carried out
primarily on the local level.
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Strengthens the Group's risks and opportunities
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