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Report on Environmental Initiatives (E)

Environmental Initiatives
Our economic and social activities are intended to continuously enhance our business, while striving toward the objective of harmony between energy and the environment and further contributing to the sustainable development of society.

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UnitFY2015FY2016FY2017FY2018FY2019
Environmental Data of Domestic Construction Site
Industrial waste disposal quantity tons 10,936 7,670 12,242 17,138 22,223
Final landfill disposal quantity tons 1,065 783 614 1,059 1,464
CO2 emissions t-CO2 3,364 1,146 901 5,665 4,642
Industrial waste recycling rate % 89.5 87.8 91.5 76.8 92.8
Electric manifesto penetration rate % 93.5 95.8 93.2 94.6 90.8
Environmental proposals Examples 206 222 197 347 236
Environmental Data of Overseas Construction Site (Released from FY2019)
Industrial waste disposal quantity tons - - - - 6,868
Final landfill disposal quantity tons - - - - 4,624
CO2 emissions t-CO2 - - - - 56,970
Industrial waste recycling rate % - - - - 17.0
Environmental proposals Examples - - - - 111
Environmental Data of Chiyoda Group Offices
Power consumption 1,000 kWh 11,635 12,526 11,129 10,331 9,313
Energy consumption kl 3,624 3,826 3,430 3,295 3,018

CO2 emission

t-CO2 6,886 7,287 6,367 6,083 5,685
Chilled water consumption 1,000 m3 13.7 17.5 15.5 17.5 15.2
Steam consumption GJ 5,840 5,914 5,168 4,541 4,633
Cold water consumption MJ 12,453 11,776 11,306 14,201 13,785
Waste disposal volume tons 264 262 233 241 281
Waste recycling rate % 94.6 92.3 93.8 95.4 96.5
Printing paper consumed tons 106 88 66 80 70

Report on Social Initiatives (S)

Social Initiatives
Through our business we contribute to local communities in many ways including human resources development, initiatives on human rights, labor and social contributions. Further, we will create a corporate culture where the diversity, individuality and character of employees are respected, where people are motivated to do their best, and of which employees and their families are proud of.

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UnitFY2015FY2016FY2017FY2018FY2019
Employee Status
Average years of service Years 12.9 12.9 13.2 12.3 12.7
Average age of employees Years old 40.8 40.9 41.6 41.0 41.3
Turnover rate excluding retirement % 1.9 2.4 4.5 2.5 4.7
Employee Diversity
Ratio of women in new recruited employees % 19 25 33 25 27
Number of women as new recruits Persons 13 18 19 12 14
Ratio of women in all employees % 13 14 19 16 16
Average service years of women Years 7.5 8.0 7.6 8.1 9.0
Number of women in management positions Persons 23 23 24 25 28
Ratio of women in management positions % 2.6 2.6 3.2 3.5 3.8
Ratio of employment of persons with disabilities % 1.7 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.7
Number of non-Japanese employees Persons 71 82 71 63 73
Assistance for Employees
Number of employees taking childcare leave Persons 15 22 27 26 28
Number of employees taking sick or injured childcare leave Persons 2 1 7 11 23
Number of employees taking nursing care leave Persons 8 4 9 9 10
Number of employees taking temporary retirement for nursing care Persons 0 0 0 0 1
Number of employees working reduced hours for childcare Persons 14 19 14 12 27
Number of employees dispatched for onsite training / onsite instruction Persons 64 70 54 42 47
Volunteer Activities
Number of employees participating in reconstruction assistance Persons 62 70 54 53 9
Number of employees participating in cleanup activity around the office location Persons 95 127 157 110 120
Vaccine donation by ecocap collection Vaccines 267 228 231 292 278
Donation of school lunch by TABLE FOR TWO Lunches 1,782 1,860 1,581 1,561 1,557
Safety Data
Accident Frequency Rate - 0.13 0.10 0.11 0.09 0.07
Accident Severity Rate - 0.01 0.00 0.12 0.01 0.11

Report on Governance (G)

Governance Initiatives
We are dedicated to achieving increased levels of transparency and stability by conducting our operations fairly, sustainably and in accordance with the highest ethical standards.

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UnitFY2015FY2016FY2017FY2018FY2019
Actions of Compliance
Number of employees receiving compliance training for freshmen and mid-career hire and executive, associate executive Persons 156 166 150 112 114
Number of employees receiving compliance training for overseas assignment, site managers of field offices, export controls and anti-bribery Persons 512 523 314 168 248
Number of employees receiving compliance seminar Persons 389 717 662 172 711
Number of employees receiving compliance e-Learning Persons 2,849 2,841 5,213 4,669 5,704
Number of Reports to the Consultation and Reporting Hotline
(Whistleblowing System)
Reports 15 24 25 36 98
Initiatives for Business Continuity
Business Continuity Plan Training Trainings 1 2 2 2 0
Actions for Information Security
Number of serious information security-related incidents Incidents 0 0 0 0 0
Governance-related Data
Number of outside directors Persons 2 4 4 5 5