Reporting practice / targets
GRI 102-47

Enviromental (own operations)

Priority Topics Objective 2019
Baseline
2021 2030
Target
Climate & Energy Implementing energy management system at sites1
Increasing the share of electrical energy from renewable sources2
Increasing the share of operations that are climate neutral3
12%
n.a.
n.a.
19%
22%
n.a.
100%
100%
100%
Circular Economy Reducing the share of disposed waste 42% 31% 21%
Innovation Increasing the share of R&D investment in products that must cover ESG criteria4 n.a. 72% 100%

Social

Priority Topics Objective 2019
Baseline
2021 2030
Target
Employment Practices Increasing % of woman in management and leadership roles
Increasing % of woman in high potential program
12%
24%
12%
23%
20%
30%
Health & Safety Ensure Zero Harm to People
-Decreasing the rate of recordable work-related injuries (TAFR)5 
0.88 0.72 <0.50

Governance

Priority Topics Objective 2019
Baseline
2021 2030
Target
Ethics & compliance Increase completion of CoC training both electronically and in person6 n.a. n.a. > 95%
  -% of employees who completed e-training7 91% 97%  

 

1    Energy management systems include both ISO-50001-certified and Oerlikon-defined Energy Management Systems.
1    All relevant sites are larger production and office sites (totaling 155 sites in 2020 and 160 sites in 2021, excluding sites acquired in 2021) and do not consider small offices, which are offices with less than 50 employees. In 2021, data from operational sites were consolidated, ie. relevant sites plus a few small sites that reported data.
2    GRI 102-48: The energy from renewable sources considers only electrical energy. The share of electrical energy from renewable sources is available for the first time in 2021 and thus, becomes the baseline figure.
3    Climate neutral includes relevant operations and only considers Scope 1 & 2 emissions. The baseline will be defined in 2022.
4    GRI 102-48: The R&D investments have been redefined to include R&D investments not only for new but for all products, excluding R&D for customers in the oil & gas and defense industries, in which Oerlikon generates less than 5% of its revenues.
5    Health and safety data excludes small offices. The total FTEs at these small sites account for less than 1% of total Oerlikon global FTEs.
6    GRI 102-48: Oerlikon intends to ensure that all employees are trained, both electronically and in person. Face-to-face training will be piloted in 2022 – 2023 and will be regularly conducted after the pilot. The 2030 target remains unchanged.
7    GRI 102-48: The 91% completion for the baseline year considered only e-training that was completed over a 2-year period, ending in 2019, and is thus, restated accordingly. In 2021, e-training was conducted for all employees with digital access, excluding those from Germany and 2021 acquisitions.

 

 

 
 
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