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ESG Data and Independent Assurance

Key data on Sustainability (Governance, Environment, Social). See notes below table for the scope of data.
Information marked with an asterisk ☑ has been guaranteed by SGS Japan K.K.

Corporate Governance and Compliance

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Corporate Governance and ComplianceScope of data*1UnitPeriodFY2018FY2019FY2020FY2021FY2022
Ratio of outside directors to directors
(Outside directors/Directors)
Global Persons At fiscal year end 63.6%
7/11
63.6%
7/11
63.6%
7/11
66.7%
8/12
63.6%
7/11
Ratio of female directors to directors
(Female directors/Directors)
Global Persons At fiscal year end 9.1%
1/11
9.1%
1/11
9.1%
1/11
8.3%
1/12
9.1%
1/11
Ratio of female corporate officers to corporate officers
(Female corporate officers/Corporate officers)
Global Persons At fiscal year end 13.8%
4/29
10.0%
3/30
13.3%
4/30
13.8%
4/29
18.2%
4/22
Average age of corporate officers Global Years old At fiscal year end 53.2 54.2 54.4 54.7 55.4
Compensation
(Base compensation, bonuses and retirement allowances)
Directors (inside) Global Millions of yen At fiscal year end 113 113 113 113 113
Directors (outside) Global Millions of yen 88 92 93 103 97
Corporate officers Global Millions of yen 1,219 1,378 1,049 1,180 1,004
Compliance training Number of times offered Ӱҵ. Times Annually 92 172 83 89 111
Number of executive training courses Ӱҵ. Times 3 2 2 2 1
Totall participants (approx.) Ӱҵ. Persons 6,200 7,200 5,000 6,000 8,300
Submission rate of compliance oath Global % At fiscal year end 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Human rights training Number of times offered ӰҵGroup in Japan Times Annually 34 29 16 15 14
Participants ӰҵGroup in Japan Persons 5,686 6,220 5,145 5,295 5,147
Number of cases subject to investigation by the authorities due to violation of anti-corruption acts* Global Incidents At fiscal year end 0 0 0 0 1
Number of employee disciplinary dismissals due to violation of anti-corruption acts* Global Incidents At fiscal year end 0 0 0 0 0
Fines, penalties and costs of settlement related to violation of anti-corruption acts* Global Yen At fiscal year end 0 0 0 0 0
  • *
    The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the U.K. Bribery Act, the Unfair Competition Prevention Act in Japan, etc.

Involvement with Patients

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Involvement with PatientsScope of data*1UnitPeriodFY2018FY2019FY2020FY2021FY2022
Number of prescription drugs approved* Japan Global Product At fiscal year end 2 5 2 5 0
Americas (North America) Global Product 2 2 0 2 1
EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia and Oceania) Global Product 1 0 1 2 0
China Global Product 1 2 1 2 0
Asia Global Product 1 0 1 2 0
Number of patents (number of patent applications) Global Items Annually 63 54 54 78 76
Number of inquiries tohhcHotline Ӱҵ. Incidents Annually 71,568 58,088 59,754 55,643 43,436
  Number of inquiries posted on the website Ӱҵ. Incidents 1,450 1,918 2,344 3,305 1,470
  Number of complaints (concerning product quality) Ӱҵ. Incidents 525 342 297 294 240
  • *
    Includes additional indications and formulations

Relationship with Environment

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Relationship with EnvironmentScope of data*1UnitFY2018FY2019FY2020FY2021FY2022
Greenhouse gas Greenhouse gas emissions (scope 1) Global t-CO2 45452 49457 45009 46534 47507
Greenhouse gas emissions (scope 2, market standard method) Global t-CO2 87916 55830 34100 27967 6105
Greenhouse gas emissions from headquarters and 14 major manufacturing and research sites* (scope 1) Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
t-CO2 34302 35937 35393 ☑36182 ☑36417
Greenhouse gas emissions from headquarters and 14 major manufacturing and research sites (scope 2) Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
t-CO2 81681 81728 32468 ☑24824 ☑5039
Greenhouse gas emissions from headquarters and 14 major manufacturing and research sites (scope 3) Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
t-CO2 452453 456386 486057 ☑521809 ☑602655
Energy consumption Total non-renewable energy consumption Global MWh 406420 401630 299718 315397 264087
Total renewable energy consumption Global MWh 8500 47037 90291 110408 169380
Water Water intake: Total water supply Global Million ㎥ 0.569 0.538 0.501 0.505 0.679
Water intake: Surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.) Global Million ㎥ 0.157 0.142 0.135 0.142 0
Water intake: Groundwater Global Million ㎥ 2.367 2.798 2.889 2.573 3.183
Wastewater Global Million ㎥ 2.556 2.886 2.906 2.923 2.591
Total consumption of pure freshwater Global Million ㎥ 0.536 0.592 0.619 0.298 0
Water intake at 14 major manufacturing and research sites Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
Million ㎥ - - ☑3501.7 ☑3194 ☑3777
Wastewater at 14 major manufacturing and research sites Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
Million ㎥ - - ☑2883.3 ☑2898 ☑2505
Waste Amount of waste generated Global t 4744 4582 5412 5828 6037
Total waste recycled and reused Global t 3292 3653 3865 4203 3891
Landfill waste Global t 164 138 140 124 139
Waste generated at 14 major manufacturing and research sites Global
(Plants and Laboratories)
t - - - ☑4858 ☑5522
Number of administrative actions and lawsuits related to the environment Global Incidents 0 0 0 0 0
  • *
    Major manufacturing and research sites are as follows
    Kawashima Industrial Park, Tsukuba Research Laboratories, EA Pharma Fukushima Plant, KAN Research Institute, Suzhou Plant (China), Benxi Plant (China), Bogor Plant (Indonesia), Vizag Site (India), European Knowledge Center (UK), Exton Site (U.S.), H3 Biomedicine Inc. (U.S.) Baltimore Plant (U.S.), G2D2 (U.S.)

Involvement with Society

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Involvement with SocietyScope of data*1UnitPeriodFY2018FY2019FY2020FY2021FY2022
Diethylcarbamazine (DEC) tablets supplied (billion tablets) Global Billion tablets Annually 3.2 3.2 0.3 0.4 0.8
Cumulative quantity of DEC tablets supplied (billion tablets) Global Billion tablets 16.6 19.9 20.2 20.5 21.3
Amount of funds donated (millions of yen) Global Millions of yen Annually 2,765 3,502 2,355 2,738 2,912

Involvement with Employees

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Involvement with EmployeesScope of data*1UnitPeriodFY2018FY2019FY2020FY2021FY2022
Ӱҵgroup number of employees by region Total Global Persons At fiscal year end 10,683 10,998 11,237 11,322 11,076
Japan Global Persons 4,888 4,593 ☑4,613 ☑4,591 ☑4,490
Americas (North America) Global Persons 1,261 1,682 ☑1,820 ☑1,982 ☑1,755
EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia and Oceania) Global Persons 1,046 1,113 ☑1,166 ☑1,200 ☑1,234
China Global Persons 2,069 2,087 ☑2,060 ☑2,044 ☑2,002
Asia and Latin America Global Persons 1,419 1,523 ☑1,578 ☑1,505 ☑1,595
Ӱҵgroup ratio of women (in management) Ratio of women Global % At fiscal year end - - ☑40 ☑41 ☑42
Ratio of women in management Global % - - ☑28 ☑33 ☑35
Ratio of women in junior management*2 Global % - - - - 33
Ratio of women in management in revenue-generating functions*3 Global % - - - - 34
Ratio of women in STEM-related positions*4 Global % - - - - 38
Number of employees of Ӱҵ.*5 Total Ӱҵ. Persons At fiscal year end 3,411 3,212 3,212 3,200 3,171
Male Ӱҵ. Persons 2,679 2,479 ☑2,435 ☑2,367 2,326
Female Ӱҵ. Persons 732 733 ☑777 ☑833 845
Ӱҵ. % 21.5% 22.8% 24.2% 26.0% 26.6%
Number of temporary employees Ӱҵ. Persons At fiscal year end 272 293 357 263 243
Ratio of temporary employees to total employees*5 Ӱҵ. % At fiscal year end 7.4% 8.4% 10.0% 7.6% 7.1%
Number of managers*6 Total Ӱҵ. Persons At fiscal year end 1,250 1,203 1,198 1,187 1,216
Female Ӱҵ. Persons 100 116 125 137 145
Ratio of women in management*6 Total Ӱҵ. % At fiscal year end 8.0% 9.6% 10.4% 11.5% 11.9%
Newly appointed managers Ӱҵ. % 23.9%
17/71
23.1%
15/65
18.3%
11/60
28.1%
18/64
21.6%
11/51
Average age*5 Ӱҵ. Years old At fiscal year end 45.3 45.0 44.4 43.4 43.9
Average years of employment*5 Total Ӱҵ. Year At fiscal year end 21.2 19.9 18.9 17.8 17.9
Male Ӱҵ. Year 22.3 21.3 20.4 19.6 20.0
Female Ӱҵ. Year 17.3 15.4 14.3 12.6 13.2
Turnover rate (resignation) Ӱҵ.*5,7 % Annually 2.2% 2.1% 2.0% 3.1% 3.4%
Global*7 % Annually - - - 11.0% 9%
Total turnover rate Ӱҵ.*5,8 % Annually 11.4% 7.5% 7.6% 4.0% 4.4%
Global*8 % Annually - - - 15.0% 14.0%
Penetration of corporate concept hhc*9 Global % Annually - - - 96% 96%
Employee engagement/satisfaction Global % Annually - - - 85% 85%
Number of users of childcare leave program*5,10 Total Ӱҵ. Persons Annually 105 91 110 133 130
Male Ӱҵ. Persons 6 8 20 40 38
Female Ӱҵ. Persons 99 83 90 93 92
Number of users of spousal maternity leave program*5,11 Ӱҵ. Persons Annually 58 78 49 59 57
Number of users of short working hours program for childcare*5 Ӱҵ. Persons Annually 90 69 61 50 54
Average annual salary
(according to the annual securities report)
Ӱҵ. Thousands of yen Annually 10,992 10,370 10,424 9,202 10,503
Gender pay gap*12 Ӱҵ. % Annually - - - - ☑71.6%
Personal development expenses
(per employee)*5,13
Ӱҵ. Thousands of yen Annually 221 259 213 188 169
Percentage of handicapped employees Ӱҵ. % Annually 2.88% 2.62% ☑2.63% ☑2.33% ☑2.45%
Share of annual female hires
(Female/Total)*5
Ӱҵ. % Annually 36.3%
33/91
39.8%
74/186
39.7%
100/252
45.1%
116/257
32.4%
36/111
Number of new employee hires Global Persons Annually - - - - 1,340
Number of hired new graduates*5,14 Total Ӱҵ. Persons Annually 57 97 130 197 66
Male Ӱҵ. Persons 32 50 67 93 37
Female Ӱҵ. Persons 25 47 63 104 29
Retention rate of hired new graduates after 3 years*5,14,15 Total
(5 years average 91.6%)
Ӱҵ. % At fiscal year end 89.7%
35/39
86.0%
37/43
81.4%
48/59
93.8%
91/97
96.9%
126/130
Male
(5 years average 92.2%)
Ӱҵ. % 90.0%
18/20
87.0%
20/23
87.5%
28/32
92.0%
46/50
97.0%
65/67
Female
(5 years average 90.9%)
Ӱҵ. % 89.5%
17/19
85.0%
17/20
74.1%
20/27
95.7%
45/47
96.8%
61/63
Retention rate of hired new graduates after 5 years*5,14,15 Total
(5 years average 80.3%)
Ӱҵ. % At fiscal year end 66.7%
2/3
84.0%
84/100
76.9%
30/39
81.4%
35/43
76.3%
45/59
Male
(5 years average 83.2%)
Ӱҵ. % 50.0%
1/2
87.9%
58/66
80.0%
16/20
78.3%
18/23
81.3%
26/32
Female
(5 years average 76.2%)
Ӱҵ. % 100%
1/1
76.5%
26/34
73.7%
14/19
85.0%
17/20
70.4%
19/27
Retention rate of hired new graduates after 10 years*5,14,15 Total
(5 years average 67.9%)
Ӱҵ. % At fiscal year end 72.7%
128/176
64.3%
63/98
73.2%
41/56
66.7%
14/21
57.9%
44/76
Male
(5 years average 72.8%)
Ӱҵ. % 75.4%
92/122
73.7%
42/57
79.5%
31/39
66.7%
8/12
60.9%
28/46
Female
(5 years average 58.9%)
Ӱҵ. % 66.7%
36/54
51.2%
21/41
58.8%
10/17
66.7%
6/9
53.3%
16/30
Average monthly overtime hours
(per non-management employee)
Ӱҵ. Hours Annually 10h28m 11h10m 12h32m 13h59m 14h19m
Number of work-related accidents
(lost time injuries, traffic accidents)*16
Ӱҵ. Incidents Annually 17 11 21 21 11
Global Incidents Annually - - - ☑66 ☑53
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR), more than 4 day*16,17 Employee
Ӱҵ. Incidents Annually 0.20 0 0 0.31 0
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR), more than 1 day*16,18 Employee Global Incidents Annually - - - ☑0.52 ☑0.63
Number of work-related fatalities*16
Employee Ӱҵ. Incidents Annually 0 0 0 0 0
Employee
Global Incidents Annually - - - 0 0
Percentage of employees who underwent health checks Employee Ӱҵ. % Annually 99.91% 99.94% 98.20% 98.74% 99.93%
Family members*19 Ӱҵ. % 80.27% 76.40% 78.35% 89.35% 71.05%
Average days of paid holidays taken
(per non-management employee)
Ӱҵ. Day Annually 13.5 12.5 11.5 11.2 13.3
  • *1
    Global: Ӱҵ. and domestic and overseas group companies. Ӱҵ., domestic group: Ӱҵ. and domestic group companies.
  • *2
    We count lower level of management position within a company’s management hierarchy.
  • *3
    We count management position in sales and marketing functions excluding support functions such as HR, Legal and IT.
  • *4
    We count STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics) related employees.
  • *5
    Based on the number of fulltime Ӱҵ. employees including employees dispatched to ӰҵNetwork Companies (ENW)
  • *6
    Based on the number of employees disclosed in the Annual Securities Report (Ӱҵ. employees include those dispatched from ENW and exclude those dispatched to ENW)
  • *7
    Voluntary termination only, not including mandatory retirement due to age, voluntary retirement, etc.
  • *8
    Covering all forms of leaving the Company, such as voluntary termination, mandatory retirement due to age, voluntary retirement, etc.
  • *9
    Response rate of Favorable or higher for the question in ӰҵGlobal Engagement Survey, "I believe strongly in the goals and objectives of ӰҵGroup."
  • *10
    Childcare leave program Entitlement: Workers requested childcare leave for child/children under the age of 3; Period: Until the day specified by the employee, provided that this is before the child’s 3rd birthday
  • *11
    Spousal maternity leave program (Launched in April 2018) Entitlement: Workers whose partner has given birth Period: Up to 5 days of special paid holiday
  • *12
    The gender pay gap shows the ratio of women's wages to men's wages. There is no difference in wages for the same work, and this is due to the difference in the composition of the number of workers by grade.
  • *13
    Personal development expenses include training, studying abroad, and participation in academic conferences
  • *14
    Not including employees who joined the company midway through the year
  • *15
    At the beginning of next fiscal year (e.g. The number of retention rate after 3 years for fiscal 2020 indicates the rate of retention of the new graduates hired in fiscal 2018 as of April 1, 2021)
  • *16
    These figures cover employees, part-time workers, and temporary workers.
  • *17
    Ӱҵ. Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate = Number of casualties resulting from occupational and traffic accidents (absence of 4 day or more) ÷ Total working hours × 1,000,000
  • *18
    ӰҵGroup Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate = Number of casualties resulting from occupational and traffic accidents (absence of 1 day or more) ÷ Total working hours × 1,000,000
    According to the 2022 Survey of Occupational Accident Trends conducted by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate for the manufacturing industry was 1.25.
  • *19
    Health check eligibility includes dependent spouses and dependent family members aged 40 or older.