So, building on the foundation laid by the Sustainability Policy and our own sustainable goals, the Group has also drawn up a ‘scorecard’ that identifies 16 sustainability targets to be met by 2020. Each is measured by quantitative KPIs that will be closely monitored, so we can report regularly on progress – and identify where more focus is still required.

Prysmian’s Sustainability Scorecard

Each KPI will be monitored closely so progress can be reported on a regular basis in annual Sustainabilty Report.

Goal KPI Baseline 2016 2017 2020 Target
A.1
Percentage of product families covered by the carbon footprint measurement
0%
5%*
100% (as of 2018)
A.2
Percentage of recyclable production materials purchased during the year that support the circular economy
80%
Above 80%
Maintain
A.3
Percentage of annual revenues from low carbon products **
39%
37%
40%
B.1
Percentage reduction in the emissions of greenhouse gases [Scopes 1 and 2]
683,562 tCO2eq
649,299 tCO2eq
-15%
B.1.1
Emission intensity index: - Power Cables (PC) - Telecom Cables(TC) - Optical Fibre(OF)
PC:0.38 TC:0.002 OF:0.0028
PC:0.33 TC:0.002 OF:0.0023
B.2
Percentage reduction in energy consumption
6,261,714 GJ
6,327,887 GJ
-4.5%
B.2.1
Energy Intensity Index:- Power Cables(PC) - Telecom Cables(TC) - Optical Fibre(OF)
PC:3.40 TC:0.021 OF:0.044
PC:3.38 TC:0.020 OF:0.035
B.3
Percentage of total waste recycled
30%
50%
40%
B.4
Percentage of drums reused during the year
40%
Above 40%
Maintain
B.5
Percentage of total expenditure covered by the assessment of sustainability practices
50%
55%
60%
B.6
Percentage of suppliers assessed on specific areas exposed to sustainability risk
0% of mica suppliers
20% of mica suppliers
100% of mica suppliers
B.7
Number of sustainability audits carried out based on risks in the supply chain
0
5
20
C.1
Number of working hours donated in 4 year of voluntary activity
0
40
30,000 hours
C.2
Number of sustainable projects supported via the donation of cables
1 project per year
1 project per year
Maintain
C.3
Percentage of key managerial positions covered during the year by internal promotions
85%
Above 80%
Maintain
C.4
Percentage of satisfied workers (with Engagement index greater than 5 out of 7)Frequency and severity rate of injuries
60%
52%
70%
C.5
Percentage of women executives
6%
6.4%
12%
C.6
Frequency rate (IF) Accident severity index (IG)
IF: 2.6 IG: 53.6
IF: 2.35 IG: 58.04
IF: 2.2 IG: 45

[1]The percentage is calculated on the number of establishments that provided the information concerning the energy required in the production process per km of cable.

[2]The calculation of the baseline (2016) for low carbon revenues was made according to estimates and sales forecasts. The value of 2016 with actual revenues is therefore 38%. Furthermore, the calculation of the percentage is influenced by the change in the price of copper, which does not reflect the real trend of the volumes produced.