ESG Data

Promoting Environmental Management

Environment

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
CO2 Breakdown of CO2 emissions Sales vehicles In Japan t-CO2 7,016 6,809 6,238
Global t-CO2 30,635 28,012 21,907
Offices In Japan t-CO2 7,309 7,471 6,497
Global t-CO2 17,495 12,558 10,893
Plants and R&D centers In Japan t-CO2 164,186 161,877 163,997
Global t-CO2 427,166 202,832 203,362
Total In Japan t-CO2 178,511 176,157 176,732
Global t-CO2 475,296 243,402 236,162
CO2 emissions by Greenhouse Gas Protocol Scope 1 In Japan t-CO2 89,743 85,045 91,662
Global t-CO2 171,580 115,243 115,474
Scope 2 In Japan t-CO2 88,767 91,112 90,182
Global t-CO2 303,716 128,159 125,799
Scope 3 In Japan t-CO2 635,434 621,701 630,996
Energy Breakdown of energy use (in Japan) Electricity In Japan 1,000 GJ 1,803 1,821 1,856
City gas In Japan 1,000 GJ 1,527 1,493 1,608
Others (LPG, LNG heavy oil, kerosene, diesel, gasoline) In Japan 1,000 GJ 255 185 103
Steam In Japan 1,000 GJ 25 0 0.3
Total In Japan 1,000 GJ 3,610 3,499 3,567
Breakdown of energy use (Group overall) Electricity Global 1,000 GJ 2,370 2,439 2,366
City gas Global 1,000 GJ 1,710 1,656 1,759
Others (LPG, LNG heavy oil, kerosene, diesel, gasoline) Global 1,000 GJ 692 569 494
Total Global 1,000 GJ 4,772 4,664 4,619
Water resources Water used In Japan 1,000m3 11,624 11,868 10,986
Global 1,000m3 12,140 12,531 11,534
Wastewater In Japan 1,000m3 10,490 10,834 9,934
Global 1,000m3 10,937 11,288 10,370
Effective water usage volume*1 Global 1,000m3 - 1,243 1,163
Water pollution BOD In Japan t 27 16 23
Global t 59 56 48
COD In Japan t 29 16 17
Global t 107 93 72
Waste Waste generated In Japan t 24,120 19,676 20,588
Global t 22,359 21,764 22,756
Outsourced waste treatment In Japan t 16,250 15,675 15,626
Global t 17,975 17,763 17,794
Recycled waste In Japan t 8,625 5,955 5,466
Global t 9,487 7,177 6,412
Recycling rates In Japan % 53.1 38.0 35.0
Final disposal volume In Japan t 143 91 143
Global t 913 853 1,213
Final disposal rate In Japan % 0.68 0.46 0.69
Amount of office paper consumed In Japan 10,000 pieces 5,898 5,469 5,355
Air Sox In Japan t 0.9 1.0 0.34
Global t 1.1 0.8 1.54
Nox In Japan t 59 45 49
Global t 66 51 56
PRTR Amount handled   In Japan t 2,726.3 3,686.1 3,182.0
Amount discharged (air) In Japan t 37.0 83.4 49.0
Amount discharged (water) In Japan t 3.8 0.0 0.0
Amount discharged (sewer) In Japan t 22.8 119.7 120.0
Amount discharged (waste) In Japan t 593.8 667.3 428.0
Containers Containers and packaging Required recycling volume In Japan t 2,263 2,039 2,003
Management ISO14001–certified sites In Japan Sites 7 6 6
Global Sites 8 7 7
Biodiversity Ecological Footprint   In Japan gha 312,018 301,780 299,836

Social

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Compliance Compliance training Total In Japan Persons 384 354 436
  Training new hires In Japan Persons 138 137 167
  Training newly appointed managerial employees In Japan Persons 168 109 136
  Training newly appointed executive candidates In Japan Persons 72 90 100
  Training mid-career hires In Japan Persons 6 18 33
Training on Daiichi Sankyo Group Individual Conduct Principles Ratio of employees participating in e-learning and group training In Japan % - 100 100
Outside Japan % - 100 100
Training related to the Promotion Code Ratio of employees participating in e-learning and group training In Japan % 100 100 100
Compliance violations discovered through DS‒hotline and reporting venues for sexual and power harassment In Japan Cases 6 7 0
Compliance training based on U.S. CIA*2 In Japan Persons 74 37 125
Outside Japan Persons 1,094 772 2,001
Training by UN Global
Compact area (human rights)
Views of intranet
training pages (aggregate)
In Japan Times - 1,578 -
GVP*3 training Ratio of GVP-related employees undergoing training Non‒
consolidated
% 100 100 100
Ratio of all employees (excluding GVP-related employees) undergoing training Non‒
consolidated
% 98.4 98.6 99.8
Development-related training (including GCP) Aggregate number of e-learning programs and group training sessions Non‒
consolidated
Times 24 31 93
CSR-related surveys for business partners Response rate (number of companies responding to surveys / number of raw material-related business partners) In Japan % - 83% -
Compliance awareness surveys Response rate In Japan % 85 - -
Rate of newly employed MRs passing certificate test Test pass rate In Japan % 100 100 100
Number of recalls (Class I*4) Number of recalls Global Cases 0 0 0

Mutual Growth of Employees and the Company

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Employees Number of employees by region*5 In Japan In Japan Persons 8,549 8,589 8,648
Outside JapanTotal Outside Japan Persons 7,879 6,660 6,022
 Asia Outside Japan Persons - 1,888 1,601
 South and
 Central
 America
Outside Japan Persons - 454 379
 US Outside Japan Persons - 2,321 2,464
 Europe Outside Japan Persons - 1,997 1,578
Total Consolidated Persons 16,428 15,249 14,670
Employee data*5 Number of men employees In Japan Persons 6,788 6,631 6,643
Outside Japan Persons - 3,290 3,088
Number of women employees In Japan Persons 1,973 1,958 2,005
Outside Japan Persons - 3,370 2,934
Average years of service In Japan Years 18.0 17.6 18.7
Percentage of women employees In Japan % 22.1 22.8 23.2
Percentage of women employees % - 34.9 33.7
Percentage of women in managerial positions In Japan % 4.5 5.0 5.4
Global % - 20.5 22.6
Ratio of newly appointed female managers In Japan % 9.2 13.1 12.4
Challenged worker*5 Employment rate of people with physical or mental disabilities In Japan % 2.34 2.45 2.44
Outside Japan %     2.42
Human resource development Number of company‒wide award winners*6 In Japan Persons 46 49 47
Aggregate amount of rank-based training time In Japan Hours 17,678 23,254 20,259
Aggregate voluntary training time In Japan Hours 2,700 4,875 6,123
Employee turnover ratio*7 In Japan % 1.0 0.9 0.8
Global % - - 5.3
People taking childcare leave Men taking childcare leave In Japan Persons 12 7 6
Women taking childcare leave In Japan Persons 133 124 127
Ratio of men returning to work after childcare leave*8 In Japan % - - 100
Ratio of women returning to work after childcare leave*8 In Japan % - - 97
Ratio of men continuing to work long-term after childcare leave*9 In Japan % - - 100
Ratio of women continuing to work long-term after childcare leave*9 In Japan % - - 98
People taking leave for caring for children Men taking leave for caring for children In Japan Persons 197 204 233
Women taking leave for caring for children In Japan Persons 296 267 277
People taking long-term nursing care leave Men taking nursing care leave Non‒consolidated Persons - - 0
Women taking nursing care leave Non‒consolidated Persons - - 0
People taking short-term nursing care leave Men taking nursing care leave Non‒consolidated Persons - - 30
Women taking nursing care leave Non‒consolidated Persons - - 37
Occupational health and safety management Paid vacation usage rate In Japan % 65.4 60.1 62.9
Total annual hours worked In Japan Hours 1,840 1,834 1,835
Frequency In Japan - 0.27 0.46 0.17
Outside Japan - - 3.620 5.761
Accident severity rate In Japan - 0.002 0.002 0.0012
Training by area described in the UN Global Compact (labour) Views of intranet training pages (aggregate) In Japan Times - 1,137 -
Labor Union Percentage/rate of participation in a labor union In Japan % 100 100 100
Global % - 75.2 76.6

Enhancement of Communication with Stakeholders

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Patients and medical professionals Evaluation of corporate stance and MR activities MRs rated (all responding physicians)*10 In Japan Rank First First First
Overall assessment of MRs (hospital doctors)*10 In Japan Rank First First First
MRs rated (private-practice physicians)*10 In Japan Rank Second First First
Number of inquiries received (pharmaceutical products)   In Japan Cases 120,000 118,000 116,000
Shareholders Dividends per share Interim Non‒
consolidated
Yen 30 40 35
Year–end Non‒
consolidated
Yen 30 30 35
Total Non‒
consolidated
Yen 60 70 70
Social Political contributions Total amount Global ¥Million - - 29.4

Improving Access to Healthcare

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Social Number of mobile healthcare field clinics Number of activities In India Times 499 503 496
In Cameroon Times 1,773 1,758 0
In Tanzania Times 306 408 93
IMCI*11training Number of training recipients In China   - 190 67
Participation in CCDN*12 activities   In China Times - 33 105
Number of people participating in CCDN activities   In China Persons - 1,600 4,613
Number of development projects conducted through the GHIT Fund*13       3 3 3

Social Contribution Activities

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Social Amount of contributions   In Japan ¥ Million 2,549 2,176 2,003
Number of visitors to our factories   In Japan Persons 1,700 1,200 1,200
Number of visitors to Kusuri Museum   Non‒
consolidated
Persons 14,695 13,674 14,793
Employees Acquisition of short-time volunteer leave   In Japan Persons 20 15 9
Number of employees receiving leave for long-time volunteer activities   In Japan Persons 0 0 1
Number of employees receiving leave for marrow donation   In Japan Persons 3 3 1

Governance

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Governance Structure of Board of Directors Number of directors Non‒
consolidated
Persons 10 10 10
Number of outside directors Non‒
consolidated
Persons 4 4 4
Number of woman directors Non‒
consolidated
Persons 0 0 0
Structure of Board of audit & supervisory boards Number of audit & supervisory boards Non‒
consolidated
Persons 4 4 4
Number of outside audit & supervisory boards Non‒
consolidated
Persons 2 2 2
Number of outside audit & supervisory boards (woman) Non‒
consolidated
Persons 1 1 1
Remuneration of directors Total Non‒
consolidated
¥ Million 555 612 578
Remuneration of audit &supervisory boards Total Non‒
consolidated
¥ Million 105 105 105
Composition of Compensation Committee Ratio of independent directors / auditors Non‒
consolidated
% 100 100 100
Composition of Nomination Committee Ratio of independent directors / auditors Non‒
consolidated
% 100 100 100

*1 Water intake‒Wastewater

*2 Corporate Integrity Agreement

*3 Good Vigilance Practice

*4 A situation in which there is a reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to a violative product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death

*5 Figures as of the settlement date of each Group company; figures for the number of employees (in Japan) and average years of service for fiscal 2014 are as of April 1 of the following fiscal year; figures for the employment rate of people with physical or mental disabilities for fiscal 2014 are as of June 1; figures for Ratio of newly appointed female managers is as of April 1 of the following fiscal year

*6 Total number of employees who received prize from the culture-building and achievement awards

*7 Rate of employees retiring for personal reasons

*8 (Total number of employees returning to work after childcare leave ÷ Total number of employees scheduled to return to work after childcare leave in the given fiscal year) × 100

*9 (Total number of employees that continued to work for 12 months after returning to work after childcare leave ÷ Total number of employees that returned to work after childcare leave in the previous fiscal year) × 100

*10 Conducted by ANTERIO Inc. (FY2014‒FY2016)

*11 Integrated Management of Childhood Illness Strategy

*12 Community Child Development Network

*13 Global Health Innovative Technology Fund

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