To demonstrate successful Sustainability, we must measure and report on the progress of our strategy and initiatives.

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.