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MYTILINEOS HOLDINGS - SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
2016
SOCIAL TARGETS
Target
2016
Performance
2016
Target
2017-2018
Total work-related fatalities (Group employees)
0
0
0
Total accidents (Group employees)
1
0
5
0
Total incidents related to occupational diseases
0
0
0
Percentage of employees who received formal performance evaluation reviews
>80%
91.1%
>85%
Training hours per year and per employee
2
>30
23.1
>25
Full time employees retention rate
>95%
95.6%
>95%
Percentage of the Group's major and new suppliers who commit themselves to the
“Suppliers & Business Partners Code of Conduct”
55% - 60%
Improvement of the Group’s policies and procedures adopted for increasing
Transparency
100%
Improvement of the Group’s policies and procedures adopted for the protection of
Human Rights
100%
ENVIRONMENTAL TARGETS
Target
2016
Performance
2016
Target
2017-2018
Fluorine emissions (kg/t Al)
3
<1.37
1.51
<1.50
Carbon tetrafluoride emissions (kgCF4/tAl)
4
<0.035
0.055
<0.040
Solid waste sorting ratio
5
>90%
90.2%
>90%
Generation of unclassified basin waste (kg/basin ΑΒ)
6
<20
13.4
<20
Final waste disposal for the Alumina production line (kg/tAH)
7
<7
4.7
<7
Total water withdrawal (industrial use & drinking, m
3
/ day)
8
<14,000
13,734
<13,950
Application of ISO 14064 in the Group’s activity sectors
33%
66%
Conduct of two studies on the protection of biodiversity in the Metallurgy & Mining
Sector
100%
1&2
For the deviations from these targets, you can consult the Occupational Health & Safety and Employee Training & Development sections respectively.
3&4
Specific targets of Metallurgy & Mining sector that contribute to the reduction of air emissions. For deviations from these targets, you can consult the
section of Emissions.
5,6&7
Specific targets of Metallurgy & Mining sector that contribute to the reduction of solid waste.
8
Specific target of Metallurgy & Mining sector that contributes to the conservation of natural resources.
Distinctions
MYTILINEOS Group: Carbon Disclosure Project 2016
MYTILINEOS Group was given a “LEVEL B” ranking (the second best one)
in the water management programme of the CDP global sustainable
development initiative. This programme, in which MYTILINEOS Group
participated for the first time on a voluntary basis, recorded the impact of
the Group’s activity on water and demonstrated that the Group has in place a
concrete policy with clear targets and takes specific actions in the framework
of rational water management and use. The CDP initiative aims to change
attitudes and raise awareness among enterprises, in order to prevent the
hazardous climate change and protect the natural resources from the
impacts of the enterprises’ business activity. MYTILINEOS Group was the
only Greek company out of a total of 1,252 companies from all over the world
to participate in the CDP’s water programme in 2016.
ALUMINIUM OF GREECE: “HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARDS 2016”
With two particularly high distinctions at the 2016 Health & Safety Awards,
ALUMINIUM of GREECE has justified its position among the leading
companies promoting health and safety at the workplace. Specifically,
the company received the winner prize for the implementation of a
thematic consultation with its Stakeholders titled “Health & Safety
at the Workplace” and the gold award for the implementation of the
“Right Hemisphere” communication campaign which aims at employee
awareness raising of Health and Safety matters.
MYTILINEOS Group: BLOOMBERG ESG Survey 2016
With an overall grade of 78.1/100, MYTILINEOS Group was ranked
1st among the Greek companies and 2nd worldwide in Bloomberg’s
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data survey (official
Bloomberg platform data – 02/12/2016). The Group has published its
performance data on sustainability in Bloomberg’s platform for non-
financial data of international Groups and corporations, holding on to the
top spot in the Greek ranking for the 5th consecutive year.
Bloomberg is one of the largest financial data providers worldwide and is
used as a source of financial news and sustainability information by banks,
investment institutions, state agencies, companies and organisations in
over 150 countries. You may consult the official ranking table at:
www.
mytilineos.gr/en-us/memberships-initiatives-and-standards/about-
corporate-social-responsibility#tab-bloomberg-esg-survey
MYTILINEOS Group: “TRUE LEADERS” 2016 AWARDS
ICAP Group, which has been recognised by the Hellenic Capital Market
Commission and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
as a Rating Agency, has presented its awards for the 6th year to the Leading
Groups at the prestigious “True Leaders” Awards, which are supported
by the Ministry of the Economy and Development and the Ministry of
Tourism, as well as by the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV). At
the awards ceremony, held in November 2016, MYTILINEOS Group once
again received an award, competing among a total of 14,000 enterprises,
for its overall contribution and progress in the Greek economy.
METKA: INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION
MEKTA is listed among the 250 Top International Contractors, for the
7th consecutive year, according to Engineering News Record (ENR)
magazine. METKA has boosted its position as a leader in the Engineering,
Procurement and Construction (EPC) of complete energy projects on an
international level.
Performance against specific CSR targets
5. Corporate Responsibility
Overview 2016
G4-1
Today, after 10 years of a systematic effort, the principles of Corporate
Social Responsibility have been integrated in the strategy and business
practices of MYTILINEOS Group, with a great emphasis on Occupational
Health & Safety, the stabilisation and reduction of its environmental
impacts and the well-being of its employees and local communities. The
Group understands CSR as a fundamental factor which contributes to the
preventionof economic, social andenvironmental risks. At the same time,
in 2017 and based on our experience, we decided to align our strategy
and objectives with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to define
areas for further improvement. This will offer us a unique opportunity
to strengthen collaborative action and increase the value for all our
Stakeholder groups.
programme’s total goal by providing 40,000 healthy, warmmeals to
primary school students in Western Attica.
• Active participation in the focus groups held by CSR Hellas for the
promotion of the European Pact 4 Youth, a mutual engagement of
business and European Union leaders, aiming to safeguard youth
employability and inclusion.
Accountability Policy
• Creation of the Integrated Value Creation Scorecard tool to highlight
the total financial and non-financial value generated by the Group,
through its business activity.
• 1
st
participation of MYTILINEOS Group in the Carbon Disclosure
Project, an international sustainable development initiative (Water
section).
• 2
nd
publication of the Group’s ESG investors’ presentation based
on the guidelines issued by the PRI (Principles for Responsible
Investment) initiative.
• 3
rd
publication of the Group’s UN Global Compact Communication of
Progress (Advanced level).
• 5
th
participation of the Group in the Bloomberg’s ESG survey (ranked
1st among Greek companies and 5th worldwide based on the 2016
results).
• 9
th
edition of the Group’s Sustainability Report (GRI-G4)
Strategic actions
• Launch of the European SCALE programme for the development
of technologies for obtaining rare earths (in particular,
the Scandium element) from bauxite residues. The Group
actively participates and coordinates this programme through
ALUMINIUM of GREECE.
• Publication of the 2
nd
revised edition of the Group’s Code of
Business Conduct.
• Completion of the 1
st
edition of the Suppliers and Business
partners Code of Conduct in activity sectors of Metallurgy &
Metals and Energy.
• Implementation of thematic dialogues titled “We are talking about
the Environment” by ALUMINIUM of GREECE and “Social Impact
and Performance” by Protergia, in the context of the Group’s
annual Stakeholder Engagement process.
• 2
nd
year of implementation of the innovative pilot programme “I’M
IN” against the phenomenon of the school dropout.
• Implementation of the social programmes titled “ENGINEERS IN
ACTION II” and “NEW GENERATION IN ACTION” against the youth
unemployment.
• Design of a framework for Corporate Volunteerism.
• 1
st
briefing / evaluation of main and new suppliers in the
Metallurgy activity sector based on the new Suppliers and
Business partners Code of Conduct.
• Participation in the act4Greece initiative, covering 17% of the
Overview of key CSR initiatives in 2016
Key CSR action lines
• Climate Change and protection of the environment
• Occupational Health & Safety
• Labour practices
• Safeguarding of Human Rights
• Local Communities
• Supply Chain Management
• Market Practices
• Corporate Governance
• Strengthening Transparency
Participation in CSR initiatives
• UN Global Compact (Advanced level)
• UNPRI (Principles of Responsible Investments)
• Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP-Water)
• ISO 26000 Social Responsibility International Standard
• Bloomberg ESG Survey
• Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
• OECD Guidelines
• ISO 14001 & ISO 14064 Environmental Standards
• OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health & Safety Standard
• Greek Corporate Governance Code
• Greek Sustainability Code
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