ESG Data Table

Organizational Governance

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Management Structure
  Executive Committee Times 11 11 11
Board of Directors Times 14 14 14
Directors Persons 8 8 8
of which, Outside Directors Persons 2 2 2
Amount of Remuneration and the like Millions of Yen 346 346 354
Principal Activities of Outside Directors
Hidehiko Sato Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney.
Hiroshi Sato Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a company manager. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a company manager. Attended 11 meetings held by the Board of Directors after his assumption of office as a Director and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a company manager.
Audit System
  Audit & Supervisory Board Times 14 13 13
Audit & Supervisory Board Members Persons 5 5 5
of which, Outside Audit & Supervisory Board Members Persons 3 3 3
Amount of Remuneration and the like Millions of Yen 90 90 89
Full-time staff of Corporate Audits' Office Persons 1 1 1
Principal Activities of Outside Audit Supervisory Board
Harumichi Uchida Attended the 13 meetings held by the Board of Directors and the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney. Attended 13 meetings held by the Board of Directors and 12 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an attorney.
Yutaka Atomi Attended the 12 meetings held by the Board of Directors and the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a medical doctor. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a medical doctor. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of a medical doctor.
Kazuto Nishikawa Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 14 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an expert in the fields of finance and accounting. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an expert in the fields of finance and accounting. Attended all the 14 meetings held by the Board of Directors and all the 13 meetings held by the Audit & Supervisory Board and made statements primarily from the professional standpoint of an expert in the fields of finance and accounting.
Communication about Compliance
  Corporate CSR Blog Articles 6 8 12
Framework for Compliance Implementation
Periodic Report at Board of Directors Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Compliance Committee Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Compliance Committee of Group Companies in Japan Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Compliance Committee of Group Companies outside Japan Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Whistle-blowing Systems, Consultation Desks
Systems Systems 5, for All Employees 4, for All Employees 4, for All Employees
Consulted Issues Cases 13 25 23
Compliance Education and Training
Compliance Trainings Times Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Compliance Workshops Held at the Workplace Level Times Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces
Compliance Workshops Held at the Group Companies Times Annually, for all Group Companies Annually, for all Group Companies Annually, for all Group Companies
Drug-induced Suffering Workshops at the Workplace Level Times Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces
Information Security e-learning Times Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Stress Check e-learning Times Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Mental Health Manager Workshops Times Annually Annually Annually
Mental Health Self-care Workshops Times Annually Annually Annually
Product Recall Training in Corporate Regulatory Compliance & Quality assurance Division Times Annually Annually Annually
Natural Disaster Training in Risk Management Related Divisions Times Annually Annually Annually
R&D Ethics e-learning in all the R&D Divisions Times Annually Annually Annually

Human Rights

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Initiative to Prevent Harrasment
  General Consultation Desk Staffs 2 2 2
Harassment Consultation Desk (Internal Company) General Desk, 2 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 7 Sites,
15 Staffs
General Desk, 2 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 7 Sites,
15 Staffs
General Desk, 2 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 7 Sites,
15 Staffs
Harassment Consultation Desk (Labour Union) General Desk, 8 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 11 Sites,
11 Staffs
General Desk, 8 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 11 Sites,
11 Staffs
General Desk, 8 Staffs
Working Place Desk, 11 Sites,
11 Staffs
Human Rights Workshops Times Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Drug-induced Suffering Workshops at the Workplace Level Times Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces Annually, for All Workplaces
Supply Chain Human Rights Management Times Annually Annually Annually

Labour Practices

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Basic Human Resources Data
  Number of Employees (as of March 31) Persons 3,572 4,000 4,126
Men Persons 2,671 3,064 3,176
Women Persons 901 936 950
Propotion of Women % 25.2 23.4 23.0
MRs in Japan, Including Managers Persons 1,260 1,460 1,530
MRs in Japan, Excluding Managers Persons 1,130 1,300 1,350
Average Age Age 41.7 42.1 41.7
Average Length of Continuous Employment Years 16.9 17.3 16.9
Recruitment of New Graduates Persons 46 47 47
Propotion of Women, New Graduates % 41.3 27.6 34.0
Recruitment of Mid Carrer Persons 29 24 19
Employment Rate of Persons with Disabilities % 2.14 2.04 2.02
Reemployment Rate % 95.7 92.2 95.0
Labour Union Participating Rate Eligibility Conducted by Collective Agreement Article 3-1 % 100 100 100
DSP WLB Labour-Management Meeting Times Annually Annually Annually
Total Actual Working Hours Hours total 1,745.6 total 1,797 total 1,779
Exceeding the Legal Working Hours Hours total 44 total 62 total 48
Avarage Usage of Paid Vacation Days Days
per a
Employee
11.8 10.4 9.0
Average rate of use % 60.4 55.0 45.0
Utilization of Leave for Child Care by Men Persons 8 9 13
Utilization of Leave for Child Care by Women Persons 43 89 28
Utilization of Shorter Workdays for Child Care Persons 115 74 56
Utilization of Leave for Nursing Care Persons 0 2 2
Utilization of Shorter Workdays for Nursing Care Persons 0 0 5
Mental Illness Leave Persons 29 24 46
Health and Safety Management
  Stress Check Times Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Mental Health Manager Workshops Times Annually Annually Annually
Mental Health Self-care Workshops Times Annually Annually Annually
No Overtime Day at Workplace Level Times 2 2 1
Whole Company No Overtime Day Times 3 1 1
Communication with Employees
  Employee Opinion Poll Times Annually Annually Annually
Response Rate % 96.4 97.8 97.3
Opinions toward Management Suggestions 724 840 779
Opinions toward Daily Work Suggestions 1,070 1,266 1,294

The Environment

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Environmental Management
  Executive Environmental and Safety Board Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Environmental and Safety Committee Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Energy Management Committee Times Annually Annually Annually
Environmental and Safety Audit Times Annually, for all 6 Work-sites Annually, for all 7 Work-sites Annually, for all 7 Work-sites
Follow-up Activities for Environmental and Safety Audit Cases 8 8 2
Environmental Accidents Incidents 0 0 0
Violation of Environmental Laws Incidents 0 0 0
Violation of Japan's PCB law Incidents 0 0 0
Waste Containing High Levels of PCB in Storage Units 3,250 2,676 3,230
Waste Containing Low Levels of PCB in Storage Units 0 0 0
Input and Output
  Energy Consumption
Total Energy Consumption kl 42,499 42,492 42,529
Electric Power kl 21,555 22,365 23,230
Fossil Fuels kl 20,944 20,127 19,289
of which, Gasoline kl 1,717 1,251 1,230
Water Consumption
Total Amount of Water Consumption t 924,781 881,092 906,042
Tap Water t 254,537 255,765 262,395
Industrial Water t 339,941 322,635 350,605
Ground water t 330,303 302,692 293,042
Total Drain t 877,064 836,030 886,053
Raw Material Consumption
Raw Materials for Products (excluding Metals) t 5,283 4,570 3,761
Raw Materials for Products (including Metals) t 19 4 11
PRTR Substances t 1,911 1,549 992
Product Packaging Materials t 1,001 1,001 1,132
Released into the Atmosphere
CO2 Emissions (from Energy Sources) t 74,252 74,007 72,981
Organic Chlorinated Chemical Substances t 5.0 3.9 3.8
SOX t 0.2 0.2 0.08
NOX t 43.5 33.8 15.8
Ash Dust Emissions t 0.9 1.0 0.8
PRTR Substances t 6.5 4.8 4.6
Released into Water Systems
Total Amount of Wastewater t 877,064 836,000 886,000
BOD t 10.5 0.9 8.3
COD t 5.4 4.7 6.3
Phosphorus t 0.1 0.1 0.2
Nitrogen t 1 1.1 1.5
PRTR Substances t 0.0 0.0 0.0
Waste
Amount of Waste Generated t 8,821 6,828 6,048
Amount Recycled t 7,386 5,666 4,899
Amount of Final Disporsal t 20.4 12.8 19.8
PRTR Substances t 1,740 1,510 956
Mid-term Environmental Plan
 
Reduction ratio of Chemical Substances Emissions Compared to the Last FY %

+36

With increase in the volume of PRTR substances handled, atmospheric emissions of these substances increased approxipately 36% over the previous fiscal year, but emission rates were held nearly the same year on year.

+4.7

With increase in the volume of PRTR substances handled, 4.7% over the previous year, but emission rates decreased.
12
Reduction Ratio of CO2 Emissions Compared to the FY 2005 % 7.2 9.9 11.1
Reduction Ratio of CO2 Emissions Compared to the Last FY % +0.3 101.4 4.1
Reduction Ratio of Per-unit Energy Consumption Compared to the Last FY % +2.5 +3.2 7.3
Reduction Ratio of Per-unit CO2 Emissions Compared to the Last FY % +2.8 +2.4 3.0
Environmental accounting
  Environmental Investment Millions of Yen 76.7 54.9 314.0
Environmental Expenditure Millions of Yen 1,118 1,087 1,043
Economic Effect Millions of Yen 193.2 51.7 18.1
Measures to Address Global Warming
  CO2 Emissions (from Energy Sources) t 73,768 74,007 72,981
CO2 Emissions Compared to the FY 2005 % 90.4 90.1 89.0
Rate of Hybrid Vehicles Used as Sales Fleets % 100 100 75
Amount of Generated Electricity at the Solar Power Generating Systems MWh 133.8 143.3 133.8
Total Energy Consumption kl 42,499 42,492 42,519
Ratio of Energy Consumption Compared to the FY 2005 % 99.0 99.0 99.1
Electric Power MWh 108,667 109,964 109,100
Ratio of Electric Power Compared to the FY 2005 % 123.2 124.7 123.7
Reduction of Waste
  Effective Use of Water Resources
Total Amount of Water Consumption t 924,781 881,092 906,042
Tap Water t 254,537 255,765 262,395
Iindustrial Water t 339,941 322,635 350,605
Ground water t 330,303 302,692 293,042
Total Drain t 877,064 836,030 886,053
Reduction of Waste
Amount of Waste Generated t 8,821 6,828 6,048
Amount Recycled t 7,386 5,666 4,899
Amount of Final Disporsal % 0.2 0.2 0.3
Reduction of Chemical Substance Waste
PPTR Substances t 1,911 1,549 992
PRTR Substances Released into the Atmosphere t 6.5 4.8 4.6
Organic Chlorinated Chemical Substances t 455.0 268.1 214.9
Organic Chlorinated Chemical Substances Released into the Atmosphere t 5.0 3.5 3.6
VOC Substances t 3,672 2,991 2,510
VOC Substances Released into the Atmosphere t 29.6 22.1 18.1
Development of Environmental Conservation Systems
Green Logistics initiatives 47 40 52
Green Product Development initiatives 25 29 38
Green Facilities Design initiatives 6 11 18
Environmental Communication
  Communications with Group Companies
Meeting to Exchange Information on Environment and Safety between Group Companies in Japan Times Annually Annually Annually
Environment and Safety Meeting for Global Group Companies Times Annually Annually Annually
Biodiversity
 
Planting Trees in the Mentougou Yongding River Forest Park in Beijing, China m2/
Participants
33,300
15
67,000
16
67,000
16
Owls Forest Restoration Project of Kishiwada City, Osaka Times/
Participants
10
166
8
136
(2015, Oct. 31, 33 participants)

Fair Operating Practices

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Appropriate Information Disclosure and Management
  Information Security Training Times Annually Annually Annually

Consumer Issues

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Initiatives to Provide Stable Supplies
  Factory in Japan Sites 4 4 4
Distribution Center in Japan Sites 2 2 2
Initiatives to Provide High-quality Pharmaceuticals
  Product Recall Training in Corporate Regulatory Compliance & Quality Assurance Division Times Annually Annually Annually
Drug-induced Suffering Workshops at the Workplace Level Times Annually, for all Employees Annually, for All Employees Annually, for All Employees
Initiatives for Access to Health
  Responding to Demands for Development of Unapproved or Off-Label Drugs Projects 1 1 none
Participation in the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT Fund) Projects 2 2 1
Fight against Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals Projects 2 2 2
Communication with Patients and Their Families
  The Product Information Center Calls 48,500 56,000 53,000

Community Involvement and Development

Reported Items Related Data
Unit FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
Stakeholder Dialogue
  Dialogue with Shareholders
Shareholders' Meeting Times Annually Annually Annually
Financial Results Announcement Times Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Conference Call Times Semiannually Semiannually 3
R&D Meeting Times Annually Annually Annually
Dialogue with Outside Executives
Board of Directors Times 14 14 14
Audit & Supervisory Board Times 14 13 13
Dialogue with Employees
Employee Opinion Poll Times Annually Annually Annually
Response Rate % 96.4 97.8 97.3
Opinions toward Management Suggestions 724 840 779
Opinions toward Daily Work Suggestions 1,070 1,266 1,294
Supporting through Employee Participation
  Educational Assistance for the Next-generation
Conducting Class by Employees Schools Total 20 Total 7 Total 15
Support for Affected People by the Great East Japan
Operating an Tohoku Market Times Annually Annually Annually