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Major Sustainability Data

The following tables list the main results data for ESG initiatives reported on the Sustainability Website.
See footnotes below each table for the scope of each area of data.

Environment

The following tables list the main results data for ESG initiatives reported on the Sustainability Website.
See footnotes below each table for the scope of each area of data.

Environment

Environmental Management

Environmental Contribution Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021  
Environmental Contribution thousand t-CO2 659 1,055 971 826 881 *21
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Carbon Productivity *1 millions of yen/t-CO2 4.22 4.47 5.02 6.16 7.02 *22
Total CO2 Emissions from Production Sites *1 thousand t-CO2 204 193 135 106 109
GHG Scope 1,2,and 3 Emissions
  Scope1 *2 t-CO2 67,851 43,826 34,394 20,047 13,749 *23
  Scope2 *2 Market-based t-CO2 203,256 190,731 131,696 103,347 108,294 *24
  Scope2 *2 Location-based t-CO2 - 209,465 170,475 143,616 145,363 *24
  Scope3 *3 t-CO2 12,498,168 13,523,036 10,756,793 10,996,115 12,143,757
  Purchased goods and services t-CO2 *9 1,701,492 2,275,908 1,194,191 939,968 1,276,671
Capital goods  t-CO2 *10 120,053 129,349 111,887 74,036 105,987
Fuel and energy related activities t-CO2 *11 206,286 210,409 171,986 139,556 152,857
Upstream transportation and distribution t-CO2 *12 35,633 23,145 47,615 34,496 47,680
Waste generated in operations t-CO2 *13 6,664 6,717 3,804 2,579 2,643
Business travel t-CO2 *14 11,781 11,782 18,336 3,559 4,521
Employee commuting t-CO2 *15 1,750 1,813 3,255 3,175 2,992
Upstream leased assets t-CO2 *16 - 2,461 2,085 1,304 1,191
Downstream transportation and distribution t-CO2 *17 3,207 2,083 4,285 3,105 4,291
Processing of sold products  Excluded - - - - -
Use of sold products  t-CO2 *18 10,326,117 10,751,864 9,121,326 9,721,181 10,400,667
End-of-life treatment of sold products t-CO2 *19 84,835 107,179 76,739 71,954 144,257
Downstream leased assets  Excluded - - - - -
Franchises Excluded - - - - -
Investments  t-CO2 *20 350 326 1,284 1,202 -
Energy Consumption *2 TJ 3,632 3,776 2,823 2,243 2,324
Total costs of energy consumption *2 millions of yen 5,289 4,960 3,921 3,137 3,674
Non-CO2 Energy Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions *2 t-CO2 53,977 31,092 24,519 11,418 8,102
Nonrenewable energy consumption MWh 392,145 412,485 294,676 230,952 233,807 *25
Renewable energy consumption MWh 5,552 23,436 69,514 66,747 51,844
Reducing Mercury by Promoting Replacement Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Reduction of mercury in the environment through the prevalence of digital thermometers and digital blood pressure monitors *4 tons/year 51 56 57 70 66 *26
Chemical Substances Management Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Use of Chemical Substances (Amount handled) *2 ton 173.9 137.9 92.2 62.8 61.5
Use of Chemical Substances (Amount released) *2 ton - - 5.4 0.6 0.5
Use of Chemical Substances (Amount transferred) *2 ton 5.6 16.7 17.6 17.6 18.8
Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions *1 *5 ton 49.7 136.1 120.3 68.4 55.3 *27
Reduction of Waste Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Recycling Rate – Japan *6 % 99 98 98 98 99
Recycling Rate – Overseas *7 % 77 76 95 95 94
Total Waste Volume *2 ton 20,866 22,219 13,609 9,539 10,245
Total Waste Recycled *2 ton - 17,473 12,729 9,164 9,746
Final Disposal of Waste *2 ton 3,565 913 312 267 315
Non-hazardous waste Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Total Non-hazardous waste recycled/reused ton - 17,374 11,873 8,268 8,797
Total Non-hazardous waste disposed ton - 3,639 654 183 290 *28
Non-hazardous waste landfilled ton - 866 215 102 138
Non-hazardous waste incinerated with energy recovery ton - 465 327 48 88
Non-hazardous waste incinerated without energy recovery ton - 0 0 0 0
Non-hazardous waste otherwise disposed ton - 2,308 112 33 64
Non-hazardous waste with unknown disposal method ton - 0 0 0 0
Hazardous Waste Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Total hazardous waste recycled/reused ton - 99 856 896 949
Total hazardous waste disposed ton - 1,107 226 192 209 *29
Hazardous waste landfilled ton - 47 97 165 177
Hazardous waste incinerated with energy recovery ton - 4 10 0 1
Hazardous waste incinerated without energy recovery ton - 0 0 0 0
Hazardous waste otherwise disposed ton - 1,056 119 27 31
Hazardous waste with unknown disposal method ton - 0 0 0 0
Legal Environmental Assessment Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Measured Values of Air Pollutants NOx *2 ton 17 11 7 7 3
Measured Values of Air Pollutants SOx *2 ton 1 1 1 0 0
Measured Values of Water Pollutants BOD *2 ton 73 49 40 36 52
Measured Values of Water Pollutants COD *2 ton 122 108 112 97 132
Water Usage Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Amount Withdrawn *2 thousand ㎥ 1,648 1,734 1,626 1,382 1,208 *30
  Total municipal water supplies (or from other water utilities) (A) thousand ㎥ 1,126 1,184 1,130 925 908
Fresh surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.) (B) thousand ㎥ 7 11 10 6 5
Fresh ground water (C) thousand ㎥ 515 539 486 451 295
Water returned to the source of extraction at similar or higher quality as raw water extracted (only applies to B and C) (D) thousand ㎥ 0 0 0 0 0
Amount Discharged *2 thousand ㎥ 1,398 1,458 1,396 1,209 1,047
  Municipal treatment plant thousand ㎥ 947 1,020 1,017 854 840
River, lake thousand ㎥ 445 421 363 336 193
Disposal as factory waste thousand ㎥ 0 0 0 1 0
Groundwater thousand ㎥ 6 17 16 18 14
Amount Consumed *2 thousand ㎥ 250 276 230 173 161
ISO 14001 Certification Unit FY2021
ISO 14001-certified Sites organizations ISO 14001-certified Sites Total: 37 organizations (As of the end of March 2022)
[Production] 27 sites (Japan: 13 sites, Overseas: 14 sites)
[Non-Production] 37 sites (Japan: 35 sites, Overseas: 2 sites)
Environmental Investments Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Investment in Equipment for Environmental Impact Reduction *2 millions of yen 470 1,381 1,215 379 257
Economic Benefits in a year Resulting from Environmental Impact Reduction *2 millions of yen 161 238 127 116 84
Product Recycling and Reuse Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
End-of-use Products Collected *8 ton 197 333 332 46 43
Products Collected and Recycled *8 ton 187 316 316 44 41
Ratio of products sold last year that can be reused or recycled % - 19.4 21.1 20.7 18.2
Ratio of products and materials that were actually reused or recycled by your company, or by a third party you have directly contracted with for this activity relative to total products produced % - 0.01 0.01 0.02 0.02
Reducing Containers and Product Packaging Materials Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Usage of Packaging Materials *1 ton 9,079 10,219 12,901 11,955 13,046
Saving Logistics Resource and CO2 Reduction Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Packaging Materials Used *1 ton 7,369 9,231 13,344 14,939 17,851
Environmental Mass Balance *2 FY2021
Violations of legal obligations/regulations of environmental issues in general, including air/water pollution Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Number of violations of legal obligations/regulations(≥10,000USD) *2 number of cases 0 0 0 0 0
Amount of fines/penalties related to the above(≥10,000USD) *2 USD 0 0 0 0 0
Environmental liability accrued at year end *2 USD 0 0 0 0 0

Society

Human Resource Management

Talent Attraction and Development Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Ratio of non-Japanese in key managerial positions overseas % 49 62 70 75 80
Average annual salary of employees – Global *56 thousands of yen         3,843  
Average annual salary of employees – Japan *35 thousands of yen 7,238 7,503 7,261*45 7,395 7,375 *42
Average time of education and training per employee – Global hour - - - 12 21  
Average cost of education and training per employee – Global thousands of yen - - - 20 34  
Diversity and Inclusion Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Employees – Global person 36,193 35,090 28,006*45 28,254 29,020
Employees – Japan *35 *44 person 12,141 11,964 11,022*45 10,805 10,502
 Men – Japan *35 *44 person 9,626 9,436 8,658*45 8,455 8,164
 Women – Japan *35 *44 person 2,515 2,528 2,364*45 2,350 2,338
Employees, non-Japanese nationals – Japan *44 person - - - 146 127
 Those in managerial roles – Japan *44 person - - - 16 17
Ratio of Japanese nationals in total workforce – Japan *44 % - - - 98.8 98.79
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in total workforce (Chinese) – Japan *44 % - - - - 0.81
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in total workforce (Korean) – Japan *44 % - - - - 0.19
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in total workforce (other nationalities) – Japan *44 % - - - 1.2 0.21
Ratio of Japanese nationals in directors and managers – Japan *44 % - - - - 98.89
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in directors and managers – Japan (Chinese) *44 % - - - - 0.65
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in directors and managers – Japan (Korean) *44 % - - - - 0.26
Ratio of non-Japanese nationals in directors and managers – Japan (other nationalities) *44 % - - - 1.2 0.20
Ratio of female employees – Global *44 % - 41.1 41.2*45 41.1 43.2
Ratio of women in senior management – Global *37 *44 % - 5.3 6.1*45 7.3 6.3
Ratio of women in managerial roles – Global *44 % - 12.7 16.0*45 16.4 16.9
 Ratio of women in positions equivalent to section manager – Global *44 % - 11.6 16.4*45 14.4 17.8
Ratio of women in managerial roles – Japan *36 *44 *52 % 3.6 5.2 5.9 6.7 8.0
Ratio of women in managerial roles – Overseas *44 % - 20.3 27.6*45 28.4 27.0
Employees in positions equivalent to general manager – Japan *36 *44 *52 person 522 510 496*45 411 429
 Female general managers – Japan *36 *44 *52 person 16 17 20*45 20 17
Employees in positions equivalent to section manager – Japan *36 *44 *52 person 1,115 1,138 1,032*45 1,108 1,101
 Female section managers – Japan *36 *44 *52 person 43 68 70*45 82 106
Ratio of women in managerial roles with revenue-generating functions (as % of all such managers) *44 % - - 15.5 15.3 14.4
Ratio of women in STEM related positions (as % of all STEM positions) – Global *44 % - - - - 17
Ratio of women in STEM related positions (as % of all STEM positions) – Japan *44 % - - - 9.0 10
Executive level salary (base salary only) – Global *53 *54 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
 Average male salary yen - - - 34,550,444 34,279,708
 Average female salary yen - - - 20,651,000 21,521,000
 Ratio (= Average female salary / Average male salary) % - - - 0.6 0.63
Executive level compensation (base salary + other cash incentives) – Global *53 *54 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
 Average male compensation yen - - - 49,145,239 76,916,333
 Average female compensation yen - - - 28,240,777 36,346,000
 Ratio (= Average female compensation / Average male compensation) % - - - 0.57 0.47
Management level salary (base salary only) – Global Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
 Average male salary yen - - - 8,107,951 8,512,824
 Average female salary yen - - - 7,011,325 7,725,423
 Ratio (= Average female salary / Average male salary) % - - - 0.86 0.91
Management level compensation (base salary + other cash incentives) – Global Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
 Average male compensation yen - - - 11,742,759 12,039,656
 Average female compensation yen - - - 8,518,447 9,525,531
 Ratio (= Average female compensation/ Average male compensation) % - - - 0.73 0.79
Non-management level salary *55 (base salary only) – Global Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
 Average male compensation yen - - - - 4,114,521
 Average female compensation yen - - - - 2,758,888
 Ratio (= Average female compensation/ Average male compensation) % - - - - 0.67
Ratio of employees with disabilities – Global *46 % - - - 2.0 2.2
Number of locations employing persons with disabilities – Overseas % - - - 25 27
Number of employees with disabilities – Overseas *46 person     - 158 151
Ratio of employees with disabilities – Japan *38 % 2.6 2.5 2.8 3.0 3.1
Employment: New hire – Global person - - 4,191 4,318 5,250
Employment: New graduates – Japan *35 person 152 202 174*45 143 101
 Men – Japan *35 person 107 156 134*45 107 77
 Women – Japan *35 person 45 46 40*45 36 24
Employment: Mid-careers – Japan *35 person 242 211 99*45 91 201
 Men – Japan *35 person 202 171 82*45 72 164
 Women – Japan *35 person 40 40 17*45 19 37
 Those in managerial roles – Japan *35 person 16 21 15 10 42
Ratio of open positions filled by internal candidates – Global % - 10 44.0 26.4 10.1
 Age group <30 years old – Global % - - - - 22
 Age group 30-50 years old – Global % - - - - 60
 Age group >50 years old – Global % - - - - 18
 Age group <30 years old – Japan % - - - 11 10
 Age group 30-50 years old – Japan % - - - 58 57
 Age group >50 years old – Japan % - - - 31 33
Average length of service – Japan *35 year 17.7 17.8 18.3*45 18.8 19.2
 Men – Japan *35 year 18.5 18.5 19.0*45 19.2 19.8
 Women – Japan *35 year 14.8 15.3 15.8*45 16.8 17.3
Turnover rate – Global % - 6.7 14.4 8.5 18.0
Voluntary turnover rate – Global % - 4.3 11.6 5.5 11.0
Turnover rate – Japan *35 % 3.2 3.6 3.3*45 3.8 4.1
 Voluntary – Japan *35 % 2.0 2.2 1.8*45 2.0 2.1
 Involuntary – Japan *35 % 1.2 1.4 1.5*45 1.8 2.0
Average ratio of annual paid holidays taken – Japan *35 % 65 65 75*45 67 74
Average days of annual paid holidays taken – Japan *35 day 14.5 14.9 17.2*45 16 17.5
Users of childcare leave – Japan *35 person 117 93 95*45 107 114 *43
 Men – Japan *35 person 9 2 14*45 22 43  
 Women – Japan *35 person 108 91 81*45 85 71  
Ratio of users of childcare leave – Japan *35 % - - 27 35 37  
 Men – Japan *35 % - - 5 10 18  
 Women – Japan *35 % - - 121 97 100  
Users of maternity support leave for spouses – Japan *35 person 99*39 213 190*45 150 164
Users of short working hours for childcare – Japan *35 person 97 112 89*45 87 71
Users of leave for care of sick/elderly family members – Japan *35 person 3 5 4*45 4 6
Occupational Safety and Health Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Work-related fatalities (employees) – Global person 0 0 0 0 0
Work-related fatalities (contract workers) – Global person 0 0 0 0 0
Lost-Time Injuries Frequency Rate (LTIFR) – Global *47 % 0.83 0.79 0.61 0.40 0.40
Occupational Illness Frequency Rate (OIFR) – Global % 0 0.01 0 0 0
Lost-Time Injuries Frequency Rate (LTIFR) – Contractors – Global *40 % - 0.91 0.82*48 0.40 0.60
Respect for Human Rights and Labor Practices Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Ratio of employees represented by trade union or covered by collective bargaining agreement – Global % - - - 89*50 84
Ratio of employees taking human rights training – Global %         98
Percentage of employees taking human rights training courses – Japan *35 % 96 97 96*45 99 99
Employee Engagement Rate Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Actively engaged employees (%) – Global *49 % 72 72 72 76 76
Data coverage (%) – Global % 85 85 85 90 90

Stakeholder Engagement

Community Engagement (Corporate Citizenship) Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Community involvement expenditures (cash expenses) millions of yen 751 613 586 444 528
Community involvement, estimated labor cost of employees millions of yen - 241 248 66 89
Product donations in kind, estimated amount millions of yen - 29 40 46 35
Management overheads *41 millions of yen 99 14 1 1 0.3

Governance

Governance

Compliance and Risk Management Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021
Number of whistle-blowing reports number of cases 97 83 57 34 66
Political contributions and other spending millions of yen 6 5 5 6 13

【Notes】

  • *1. Global production sites
  • *2. Global all sites (Production sites, Development sites, Head office, Main sales offices)
    Data coverage (Production sites with required data / ISO 14001 certified sites) : FY2017 97%)
    Data coverage (Sites with required data / Global all sites) : FY2018 100%, FY2019 100%, FY2020 100%, FY2021 100%)
  • *3. The entire supply chain
  • *4. Healthcare Business; Volume of reduction contributed by replacing mercury-based thermometers and blood pressure monitors with digital models.
  • *5. Data coverage extended to global since FY2018
  • *6. Sites in Japan (Production sites, Development sites, Head office, Main sales offices)
  • *7. Overseas sites (Production sites, Main sales offices)
  • *8. Social Systems, Solutions, and Service Business
  • *9. Multiplying cost of goods and services and the emission factors
  • *10. Multiplying cost of facilities investment and the emission factors
  • *11. Multiplying quantity of fuels, electricity used and the emission factors
  • *12. Multiplying quantity and distance of transportation, distribution and the emission factors
  • *13. Multiplying quantity of waste generated and the emission factors
  • *14. Multiplying cost of business travel and the emission factors
  • *15. Multiplying cost of employee commuting and the emission factors
  • *16. Multiplying quantity of vehicle fuel (leased asset) and the emission factors
  • *17. Estimation from category 4
  • *18. Multiplying quantity of annual energy consumption by end use of goods and services sold, service life, the shipping volume and the emission factors
  • *19. Multiplying quantity of waste disposal and treatment of products sold and the emission factors
  • *20. Emissions from operation of investments
    Major production companies accounted for by the equity method (shareholding ratio of 20% or more but less than-50%) are managed.
  • *21. Environmental Contribution : FY2021 Target:Environmental contribution > CO2 emissions from global production sites
  • *22. Global sales (millions of yen) / CO2 emissions from global production sites (t-CO2)
  • *23. GHG Scope 1 Emissions : FY2017-FY2021: Global all sites (Production sites, Development sites, Head office, Main sales offices), FY2021 Target : 17,200t-CO2
  • *24. GHG Scope 2 Emissions : FY2017-FY2021: Global all sites (Production sites, Development sites, Head office, Main sales offices) February and March 2022 electricity data for OCE-SH sites are not available due to the impact of the lock-down in Shanghai caused by the new Corona Virus.
    For this reason, OCE-SH of the 2021 GHG emissions will not be subject to third-party verification. However, the effect on the whole is less than 0.1%.
    Market-based FY2021 target: 106,200 t-CO2
    Location-based FY2021 target: 155,100t-CO2
  • *25. Total non-renewable energy consumption : FY2021 Target : 249,428MWh
  • *26. FY2021 Target :Reduction of mercury through the prevalence of digital thermometers and digital blood pressure monitors: 65 tons / year
  • *27. Volatile organic compounds (VOC): FY2021 Target: 59.0 tons
  • *28 Total waste disposed of as non-hazardous waste: FY2021 Target : 195 tons
  • *29. Total waste disposed of as hazardous waste: FY2021 Target: 205 tons
  • *30. Amount Withdrawn : FY2021 Target:Reduce water consumption at all global production sites by 6% vs. FY2015 result, FY2021 Target : 1,370 thousand m³
  • *35. OMRON Group companies in Japan (FY2021: including 24 consolidated subsidiaries)
  • *36. OMRON Group companies in Japan (April 2022: including 24 consolidated subsidiaries)
  • *37. All senior level management:Directors, Auditors, Executive officers and other senior level managers in critical positions with functions to formulate and execute management and business strategies
  • *38. Group companies in Japan that must observe the "Promotion of the Employment of Persons with Disabilities Law"
    (June 2021: including 19 consolidated subsidiaries) follow the law's method of calculation of the ratio of employment of persons with disabilities.
  • *39. OMRON Corporation
  • *40. Fiscal 2018 data reflects Japan and mainland China; fiscal 2019 data reflects OMRON Group worldwide
  • *41. Management costs of social contribution activities
  • *42. Total compensation amount of CEO in FY2021 is 296 million yen. See the 85th Securities Report (in Japanese).
  • *43. Number of users of maternity support leave for the spouse is disclosed separately since FY2018. The numbers of the users of childcare leave since FY2014 have been adjusted accordingly.
  • *44. As of April 20 of the following fiscal year in Japan, and as of March 31 of each fiscal year overseas
  • *45. Exclude OMRON Automotive Electronics Co., Ltd (OAE). OMRONʼs shares in OAE were transferred in October 2019.
  • *46. Employment rate of persons with disabilities - Global rate is calculated for each applicable location based on the calculation method under the laws and regulations of each country that has rates.
  • *47. Updated to include frequency rates before 2019 because commuting incidents were excluded in order to comply with GRI403-9 items for disclosure (June 2021)
  • *48. Due to improvements in data aggregation accuracy, 2019 frequency rates have been revised and changed (June 2021)
  • *49. Figures from FY2017 and onward changed to the Sustainable Engagement Index (SEI) from the VG OMRON Interactive Communication with Employees (VOICE) survey
  • *50. Applicable countries: Mexico, Brazil, Italy, Sweden, Turkey, Netherlands, Poland, Belgium, Austria, France, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan.
  • *51. As of April 20 the following fiscal year in Japan, and as of March 31 for the fiscal year in question overseas
  • *52. Ratio of women employees in management positions, OMRON Group companies in Japan: Figures as of every April 20, the day on which new positions are determined based on the personnel reviews made in the previous OMRON Group’s personnel year, used to be shown as the results of the current year. We made a revision in FY2021 to show them as the results of the previous year instead. That is, figures as of April 20, 2021, are now shown as FY2020 results. Past figures are retroactively revised accordingly.
  • *53. Directors, Auditors and Executive officers (excl. outside directors and outside auditors)of OMRON group
  • *54. Including CEO compensation beginning in FY2021
  • *55. Excluding factory line workers
  • *56. Average annual salary of all global employees excluding CEOs (and excluding factory line workers). Only base salary is included for non-management employees.
  • *In some cases, the figure may be 0 due to rounding to the nearest whole number.

Scope of other data without footnotes covers the entire OMRON Group.
FY2019 and before: Include OMRON Automotive Electronics Co., Ltd (OAE), except *45. OMRON’s shares in OAE were transferred in October 2019.

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