Environment

Promoting Environmental Management

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018  FY2019
CO2*2 CO2
emissions
Sales vehicles In Japan t-CO2 6,193 5,991 5,617 
Global t-CO2 20,826 17,179 17,849 
Offices In Japan t-CO2 6,236 5,756 5,312 
Global t-CO2 12,986 11,787 9,324 
Plants and research facilities In Japan t-CO2 157,235 147,659 141,558 
Global t-CO2 194,744 185,677 179,862 
Total In Japan t-CO2 169,664 159,406
152,486 
Global t-CO2 228,557 214,643
207,035 
CO2 emissions by Greenhouse Gas Protocol classification Scope 1 In Japan t-CO2 84,283 79,505
78,597 
Global t-CO2 108,106 100,503
100,411 
Scope 2 In Japan t-CO2 85,382 79,901
73,889 
Global t-CO2 120,451 114,140
106,624 
Scope 3 In Japan t-CO2 770,193 799,497 743,936 
Scope 3
(Category 1)
Daiichi Sankyo Company,Limited & Daiichi Sankyo Healthcare Co.,Ltd. t-CO2    
612,885
Energy*3 Breakdown of energy use (in Japan) Electricity In Japan Thousand GJ 1,750 1,662 1,581 
City gas In Japan Thousand GJ 1,486 1,405 1,292 
Others (LPG, LNG, heavy oil, kerosene, diesel oil, gasoline) In Japan Thousand GJ 112 103 95 
Steam In Japan Thousand GJ 0 0
Total In Japan Thousand GJ 3,339 3,170
2,967 
Breakdown of energy use (global) Electricity Global Thousand GJ 2,271 2,109 2,040 
City gas Global Thousand GJ 1,671 1,593 1,490 
Others (LPG, LNG, heavy oil, kerosene, diesel oil, gasoline,Steam) Global Thousand GJ 385 329 321 
Total Global Thousand GJ 4,327 4,031
3,851 
Water resources Water used Domestic factories and research laboratories 1,000 m3 10,311 9,867
8,894 
Global 1,000 m3 10,828 10,393 9,356 
Wastewater Domestic factories and research laboratories
1,000 m3 9,856 9,476
8,797 
Global 1,000 m3 10,283 9,809 9,111 
Effective water usage volume*4 Global 1,000 m3 544 584 245 
Water quality COD pollution load Four domestic facilities that discharge wastewater into public waters t 14 12
12 
Global t 61 54 51 
Waste Total amount of waste generated(including valuables) Domestic factories and research laboratories t 14,682 14,684
17,371 
Global t 16,747 17,044 19,315 
Total amount of waste discharged(outsourced waste treatment) In Japan t 10,281 10,933 10,421 
Global t 14,114 13,293 12,366 
Recycled waste In Japan t 3,771 3,045 3,744 
Global t 4,786 3,995 4,776 
Recycling rate In Japan % 37 28 36 
Final disposal In Japan t 63 74 50 
Global t 840 1,027 584 
Final disposal rate In Japan % 0.43 0.5 0.29 
Amount of office paper consumed In Japan 10,000 sheets 5,360 5,109 4,320 
Air SOx emissions In Japan t 0.2 0.6 0.8 
Global t 0.53 1.5 1.3 
NOx emissions In Japan t 36 41 45 
Global t 42 45 51 
PRTR substances Amount handled In Japan t 1,278 1,798 2,301 
Amount discharged (air) In Japan t 5 7
Amount discharged (water) In Japan t 0 0
Amount transferred (sewage) In Japan t 0 0
Amount transferred (waste) In Japan t 1,211 1,626 1,847 
Containers and packaging Containers and packaging materials recovery and recycling Required amount of recycled products In Japan t 1,807 1,854 1,772 
Management Acquisition of ISO14001 certification (Number of certified sites) In Japan Sites 6 6
Global Sites 7 10 11 
Biodiversity Ecological footprint   In Japan gha 345,061 354,398  

Social

Promoting Compliance Management

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 
Compliance Compliance training Total In Japan Persons 520 531 526 
Training new employees In Japan Persons 180 187 183 
Training newly appointed managerial employees In Japan Persons 189 182 166 
Training newly appointed executive candidates In Japan Persons 105 134 134 
Training mid-career hire employees In Japan Persons 46 28 43 
Training on Daiichi Sankyo Group Individual Conduct Principles Number of employees participating in e-learning and group training In Japan Persons - 9,248 9,070 
Outside Japan Persons - Approx. 6,100 Approx. 3,140 
Compliance awareness surveys*5 Response rate In Japan % 96.7 - -
Compliance training based on U.S. CIA*6   In Japan Persons 147 170 220 
Outside Japan Persons 2,074 1,837 1,936 
Information security training Ratio of employees participating in e-learning In Japan % 96.6 93.5 94.4 
Company brand training*7 Ratio of employees participating in e-learning In Japan % 81 - 99.5 
Social media training*7 Ratio of employees participating in e-learning In Japan % 95.4 - 83.6 
GVP*8 training Ratio of GVP-related employees undergoing training Non-consolidated % 100 100 100 
 Number of employees (excluding GVP-related employees) undergoing training Non-consolidated Persons
5,562 5,682 5,822 
GQP*9 training Ratio of GQP-related employees undergoing training Non-consolidated % 100 100 100 
Development-related training (including GCP) Aggregate number of e-learning programs and group training sessions Non-consolidated Times 93 86 92 
Ratio of new employees who passed the MR certification test Test pass rate In Japan % 100 100 100 
Number of recalls (Class I*10) Number of recalls Global Cases 0 0

Mutual Growth of Employees and the Company

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 
Employees Number of employees by region*11 Japan In Japan Persons 8,765 8,865
 8,754 
Outside Japan Total Outside Japan Persons 5,681 6,022
 6,594 
 Asia Outside Japan Persons 1,553 1,678 1,834 
 South and Central America Outside Japan Persons 355 394 427 
 United States Outside Japan Persons 2,191 2,172 2,380 
 Europe Outside Japan Persons 1,582 1,778 1,953 
Total Global Persons 14,446 14,887
 15,348 
Employee data*11 Number of female employees In Japan Persons 2,102 2,170
 2,146 
% 24.0 24.5
 24.5 
Outside Japan Persons 2,793 2,946
 3,362 
% 49.2 48.9
 51.0 
Global Persons 4,895 5,116
 5,508 
% 33.9 34.4
 35.9 
Number of male employees In Japan Persons 6,663 6,695
 6,608 
Outside Japan Persons 2,888 3,076
 3,232 
Global Persons 9,551 9,771
 9,840 

Temporary employees

In Japan Persons 499 409 563 
Outside Japan Persons 12 9
Average years of service In Japan Years 18.9 19.0 19.1 
In Japan(male) Years 19.9 20.1 20.4 
In Japan(female) Years 15.8 15.5 15.2 
Outside Japan Years - 8.3 6.7 
Outside Japan(male) Years - 8.4 6.6 
Outside Japan(female) Years - 8.2 6.9 
Global Years - 14.7 13.7 
Global(male) Years - 16.5 15.6 
Global(female) Years - 11.4 10.3 

Managerial employees

In Japan Persons 2,845 2,903 2,934 
In Japan(female) Persons 171 189 213 
% 6.0 6.5
 7.3 
 Outside Japan(male) Persons      1,146 
 Outside Japan(female)  Persons     1,097 
Global Persons 4,617 4,746 5,177 
Global(female) Persons 960 1,066 1,310 
% 21.3 22.5
 25.3 
Females in managerial positions*12  Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd.  %  3.1 3.6 5.0

Female senior managerial employees*13

In Japan - 2.1 1.7 
Global -
22.5
25.3 

New employees

In Japan(male) Persons 106 111 107 
In Japan(female) Persons 93 104 105 
In Japan(total) Persons 199 215 212 

Mid-career hire employees

In Japan(male) Persons 25 28 111 
In Japan(female) Persons 14 2 49 
In Japan(total) Persons 39 30 160 

Total new employees

In Japan(male) Persons 131 139 218 
In Japan(female) Persons 107 106 154 
In Japan(total) Persons 238 245 372 
 Outside Japan(male) Persons     667 
 Outside Japan(female) Persons      696 
Global(male) Persons - 786 885 
Global(female) Persons - 797 850 
Global(total) Persons - 1,583 1,735 
Ratio of newly appointed female managerial employees In Japan % 13.5 17.5 16.3 

Employment rate of people with physical or mental disabilities

In Japan % 2.45 2.43
 2.33 
Outside Japan % 2.83 1.53 2.35 
Human resource development Number of company award winners*14 In Japan Persons 41 44 60 
Aggregate amount of training time by level of seniority In Japan Hours 31,473 34,142 29,505 
Aggregate voluntary training time In Japan Hours 5,708 5,803 7,125 
Total turnover rate In Japan % 1.6 1.5 1.4 
Global % 10.3 10.3 9.4 
Turnover rate (due to personal reasons) In Japan % 1.1 1.0 1.0 
Global % 6.0 6.0 5.3 
Retention rate of employees in their 3rd year of service In Japan(male) % - 92.9 94.5 
In Japan(female) % - 91.2 86.7 
In Japan(total) % 95.2 92.2 91.1 
Employees taking childcare leave Employees taking childcare leave (male) In Japan Persons 12 14 37 
Employees taking childcare leave (female) In Japan Persons 54 60 124 
Ratio of employees returning to work after childcare leave*15(male) In Japan % 100 100 100 
Ratio of employees returning to work after childcare leave*15(female) In Japan % 100 100 100 
Retention rate of employees after taking childcare leave*16(male) In Japan % 100 100 87 
Retention rate of employees after taking childcare leave*16(female) In Japan % 96 96 100 
Employees taking childcare leave (male) Outside Japan Persons     68 
Employees taking childcare leave (female) Outside Japan Persons     181 
Employees taking leave to care for children Employees taking leave to care for children (male) In Japan Persons 265 284 272 
Employees taking leave to care for children (female) In Japan Persons 318 317 328 
Employees taking long-term nursing care leave Employees taking long-term nursing care leave (male) In Japan Persons 1 0
Employees taking long-term nursing care leave (female) In Japan Persons 2 2
Employees taking short-term nursing care leave Employees taking short-term nursing care leave (male) In Japan Persons 91 114 133 
Employees taking short-term nursing care leave (female) In Japan Persons 90 113 89 
Occupational health and safety Paid vacation usage rate In Japan % 64.5 68.5 72.7 
Total hours worked in a year In Japan Hours 1,818 1,801 1,696 
Lost time injuries frequency rate*17 In Japan - 0.40 0.29
 0.41 
Outside Japan - 7.01 3.66
 2.55 
Global - 3.00 1.65
 1.33 
Accident severity rate*18 In Japan - 0.0089 0.0021 0.0095 
Outside Japan - - 0.0397 0.0556 
Global - - 0.0170 0.0294 
Stock ownership Eligible people In Japan Persons 8,998 9,181 8,757 
Members In Japan Persons 4,789 4,907 4,797 
Participation rate In Japan % 53.2 53.4 54.8 
Labor union Coverage of collective bargaining In Japan % 100 100 100 
Global % 71 67 68 

Enhancement of Communication with Stakeholders

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 
Patients and medical professionals Evaluation of corporate stance and MR activities Overall assessment of MRs (all responding physicians)*19 In Japan Rank 1st 1st 1st 
Overall assessment of MRs (hospital doctors)*19 In Japan Rank 1st 1st   1st 
Overall assessment of MRs (private-practice physicians)*19 In Japan Rank 1st 1st 1st 
Number of inquiries received by the product information center from outside the company (prescription pharmaceuticals)   In Japan 1,000cases 101 89 90 
Shareholders Dividends per share Interim Non-consolidated Yen 35 35 35 
Year-end Non-consolidated Yen 35 35 35 
Total Non-consolidated Yen 70 70 70 
Social Political contributions・Lobby activity expenses Total amount Global ¥ Million 120.8 43.0 15.0 
Social Industry group participation fee Total amount Global ¥ Million 655.5 370.5 433.0 

Improving Access to Healthcare

Aspect Classification Items Scope Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 
Social Number of mobile healthcare field clinics Aggregate (January to December) In Tanzania Times 521 1,090 28 
Number of participants in IMCI*20 training Aggregate (January 2016 to December 2018) In China Persons 257 - - 
Number of people participating in CCDN*21activities Aggregate (January 2016 to December 2018) In China Persons 9,923 4,860 4,047 
Number of development projects conducted through the GHIT Fund*22 Aggregate (January to December) In Japan 5 4

Social Contribution Activities

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 
Social Amount of contributions   Non-consolidated ¥ Million 1,671 1,532 1,396 
Number of visitors to our laboratories and plants   In Japan Persons 1,100 849 667 
Number of visitors to Kusuri Museum   Non-consolidated Persons 22,137 24,362 20,568 
Employees Number of employees taking short-term volunteer leave   In Japan Persons 18 17 16 
Number of employees taking long-term leave for volunteer activities   In Japan Persons 1 1
Number of employees taking leave for bone marrow donation   In Japan Persons 0 1

Governance

Aspect Classification Items Scope*1 Unit FY2017 FY2018  
Governance Structure of Board of Directors Number of directors Non-consolidated Persons 9 9
Number of outside directors Non-consolidated Persons 4 4
Number of female directors Non-consolidated Persons 0 0
Structure of Audit and Supervisory Board Number of Audit & Supervisory Board members Non-consolidated Persons 5 5
Number of Outside Audit & Supervisory Board members Non-consolidated Persons 3 3
Number of Outside Audit & Supervisory Board members (female) Non-consolidated Persons 2 2
Remuneration to Members of the Board Total Non-consolidated ¥ Million 609 650 683 
Remuneration to Members of the Audit and Supervisory Board Total Non-consolidated ¥ Million 117 120 120 
Training for board members   In Japan Persons 7 4
Structure of the Compensation Committee Ratio of independent directors and auditors Non-consolidated % 100 100 100 
Structure of the Nomination Committee Ratio of independent directors and auditors Non-consolidated % 100 100 100 
Number of the meetings of the Board of Directors held   Non-consolidated Times 13 14 13 
Attendance rate for meetings of the Board of Directors (Members of the Board)   Non-consolidated % 99 98.4 99.1 
Attendance rate for meetings of the Board of Directors (Members of the Audit and Supervisory Board)   Non-consolidated % 100 98.6 100 
Number of meetings of the Audit and Supervisory Board held   Non-consolidated Times 14 13 13 
Attendance rate for the meetings of Audit and Supervisory Board   Non-consolidated % 98.6 99 100 
Number of Nomination Committees held   Non-consolidated Times 5 8
Attendance rate for the Nomination Committees   Non-consolidated % 95 96.9 96.4 
Number of Compensation Committees held   Non-consolidated Times 3 6
Attendance rate for the Compensation Committees   Non-consolidated % 100 95.8 96.9 
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  • *1 In Japan, outside Japan, and global indicate non-consolidated and domestic consolidated subsidiaries, overseas consolidated subsidiaries, and non-consolidated and all consolidated subsidiaries, respectively.
  • *2 Scope 1:For sites in Japan,generally, the emission factors stipulated by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures are used.The emission from waste incineration are included.  For overseas sites, the emission factors stipulated by each country's regulation are generally used. If the specific factors are not available, the emission factors stipulated by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures are used.
  • Scope 2: Generally, the emission factors are determined by the power contract or each country's regulations. If the specific factors are not available, the latest factors (2017) published by the International Energy Agency(IEA) are used instead.
  • *3 The heat values per unit described in the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures are used for fuel and electricity. The energy consumption includes renewable energy sources. 
  • *4Water intake‒Wastewater
  • *5 Conducted every three years
  • *6 Corporate Integrity Agreement. An agreement on legal compliance.
  • *7 Not conducted in fiscal 2018
  • *8 Good Vigilance Practice. Standards for safety management of pharmaceuticals, quasi-pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and medical devices after manufacturing and selling.
  • *9 Good Quality Practice. A ministerial ordinance on quality management standards for pharmaceuticals, quasi-pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and medical devices.
  • *10 A situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to the product will severely affect the health or cause death.
  • *11 The numbers of employees as of the settlement date of each Group company (as of March 31, 2020 for fiscal 2019). Average years of service is as of April 1 of the next fiscal year.
  • *12Female employees in charge of a certain organization, who are responsible for the management of business performance and human resources, including heads of divisions, departments and groups.
  • *12 Female employees in a division head or higher position
  • *13Total number of employees who received a prize for culture-building and achievement awards.
  • *14 (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
  • *15 (Total number of employees who continued to work for 12 months after returning to work after childcare leave/Total number of employees who returned to work after childcare leave in the previous fiscal year)*100
  • *16 Number of work-related deaths and injuries/Total hours worked*1,000,000 The number of work-related deaths and injuries counts cases that involved at least a day of leave.
  • *17 Number of total work hours lost due to work-related deaths and injuries/Total hours worked*1,000
  • *18 Conducted by ANTERIO Inc. (FY2017–FY2019)
  • *19 Integrated Management of Childhood Illness. The IMCI training was conducted only in 2017.
  • *20 Community Child Development Network. Child development support in communities.
  • *21 Global Health Innovative Technology Fund

For disclosing ESG data, we referred to the following guidelines.

  • IIRC (International Integrated Reporting Council),“International Integrated Reporting Framework”
  • ISO 26000 (Guidance on Social Responsibility)
  • Japanese Ministry of the Environment,“Environmental Reporting Guidelines, 2018 Edition”
  • International norms such as 10 Principles of UN Global Compact