Comparative Table

This table compares the Teijin Group’s sustainability activities with SASB Standards and the ISO 26000.

SASB Standards Comparative Table

The comparative table below shows information on the following topics in reference to "Sustainability Accounting Standards for Chemicals" of the Resource Transformation Sector (October 2018 version) within the SASB Standards, which are disclosed by the former U.S.-based Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) (now integrated with the International Financial Reporting Standards [IFRS]).

Sustainability Disclosure Topics & Accounting Metrics

Topic Code Accounting Metric Unit of Measure Status of Response / Location of Disclosure
Greenhouse Gas Emissions RT-CH-110a.1 Gross global Scope 1 emissions, percentage covered under emissions-limiting regulations Metric tons (t) CO2-e, Percentage (%) Climate Change Initiatives (Disclosure based on TCFD recommendations)
RT-CH-110a.2 Discussion of long-term and short-term strategy or plan to manage Scope 1 emissions, emissions reduction targets, and an analysis of performance against those targets n/a Climate Change Initiatives (Disclosure based on TCFD recommendations)
Air Quality RT-CH-120a.1 Air emissions of the following pollutants:
  1. 1.NOx(excluding N2O)
  2. 2.SOx
  3. 3.volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and
  4. 4.hazardous air pollutants (HAPs)
Metric tons (t)
  1. 1.2.3.
    Reducing Hazardous Substance Emissionss
  2. 4.-
Energy Management RT-CH-130a.1
  1. 1.Total energy consumed
  2. 2.percentage grid electricity
  3. 3.percentage renewable
  4. self-generated energy
Gigajoules (GJ), Percentage (%)
  1. 1.18.4×106 GJ
  2. 2.19.7 %
  3. 3.3.1 %
  4. 4.11.2×106 GJ
  • *(2) and (3) are percentages calculated with the inclusion of the amount of energy sold to other companies. (4) includes the amount of energy sold to other companies.
Water ManagementRT-CH-140a.1
  1. 1.Total water withdrawn,
  2. water consumed, percentage of each in regions with High or Extremely High Baseline Water Stress
Thousand cubic meters (m³), Percentage (%) --
RT-CH-140a.2 Number of incidents of non-compliance associated with water quality permits, standards, and regulations Number --
RT-CH-140a.3 Description of water management risks and discussion of strategies and practices to mitigate those risks n/a Management of Water Resources
Hazardous Waste Management RT-CH-150a.1 Amount of hazardous waste generated, percentage recycled Metric tons (t), Percentage (%) --
Community Relations RT-CH-210a.1 Discussion of engagement processes to manage risks and opportunities associated with community interests n/a Management System and Promotion Activities
Workforce Health & Safety RT-CH-320a.1
  1. 1.Total recordable incident rate (TRIR) and
  2. 2.atality rate for (a) direct employees and (b) contract employees
Rate --
RT-CH-320a.1 Description of efforts to assess, monitor, and reduce exposure of employees and contract workers to long-term (chronic) health risks n/a ESH Management Activities
Product Design for Use-phase Efficiency RT-CH-410a.1 Revenue from products designed for use-phase resource efficiency Yen Total sales of Environmental Value Solutions, including products designed to enhance resource efficiency during the stage of product use, such as lightweight solutions: ¥401.5 billion
Safety & Environmental Stewardship of ChemicalsRT-CH-410b.1
  1. 1.Percentage of products that contain Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) Category 1 and 2 Health and Environmental Hazardous Substances,
  2. 2.percentage of such products that have undergone a hazard assessment
Percentage (%) by revenue, Percentage (%) --
RT-CH-410b.2 Discussion of strategy to
  1. 1.manage chemicals of concern and
  2. 2.develop alternatives with reduced human and/or environmental impact
  1. 1.Reducing Hazardous Substance Emissions
  2. 2.--
Genetically Modified Organisms RT-CH-410c.1 Percentage of products by revenue that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) Percentage (%) by revenue 0%
Management of the Legal & Regulatory Environment RT-CH-530a.1 Discussion of corporate positions related to government regulations and/or policy proposals that address environmental and social factors affecting the industry n/a --
Operational Safety, Emergency Preparedness & Response RT-CH-540a.1 Process Safety Incidents Count (PSIC), Process Safety Total Incident Rate (PSTIR), and Process Safety Incident Severity Rate (PSISR) Number, Rate Security, Disaster Prevention, and Occupational Safety Activities
  • *Information on Process Safety Incidents is not disclosed. However, the Group promotes activities aimed at realizing zero disasters and zero accidents following its principle of safety first in everything. In fiscal 2021, the number of serious accidents (as defined by the Company) was zero.
RT-CH-540a.2 Number of transport incidents Number --

Activity Metrics

Activity Metric Code Unit of Measure Location of Disclosure
Production by reportable segment RT-CH-000.A Cubic meters (m3) and/or metric tons (t) --

Comparative Table with ISO 26000

This table introduces Teijin Group activities as they apply to the seven core subjects of ISO 26000, international standards for social responsibility.

Core subjects Issues Activities
Organizational governance
  1. 1.Organizational governance
Corporate Governance
Management system and Promotion Activities
Human rights
  1. 1.Due diligence
Respecting Human Rights
  1. 2.Human rights risk situations
Respecting Human Rights
  1. 3.Avoidance of complicity
Respecting Human Rights
CSR Procurement
  1. 4.Resolving grievances
Respecting Human Rights
Corporate Ethics and Compliance (Counseling and reporting system)
  1. 5.Discrimination and vulnerable groups
Respecting Human Rights
Diversity and Inclusion
CSR Procurement
  1. 6.Civil and political rights
Respecting Human Rights
  1. 7.Economic, social and cultural rights
Respecting Human Rights
  1. 8.Fundamental principles and rights at work
Respecting Human Rights
CSR Procurement
Labour practices
  1. 1.Employment and employment relationships
Workstyle Reform and Work-Life Balance
  1. 2.Conditions of work and social protection
Workstyle Reform and Work-Life Balance
  1. 3.Social dialogue
Workstyle Reform and Work-Life Balance (Maintaining Sound Industrial Relationships) 
  1. 4.Health and safety at work
Security, Disaster Prevention, and Occupational Safety Activities
  1. 5.Human development and training in the workplace
Human Resources Development and Global Talent Management
Security, Disaster Prevention, and Occupational Safety Activities
The environment
  1. 1.Prevention of pollution
Safety and Security of People and Local Communities
Global Environment
  1. 2.Sustainable resource use
Achievement of a Circular Economy
Global Environment
  1. 3.Climate change mitigation and adaptation
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
Global Environment
  1. 4.Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of natural habitats
Global Environment
Social Contributions
Fair operating practices
  1. 1.Anti-corruption
Corporate Ethics and Compliance
  1. 2.Responsible political involvement
Corporate Ethics and Compliance
  1. 3.Fair competition
Corporate Ethics and Compliance
  1. 4.Promoting social responsibility in the value chain
CSR Procurement
  1. 5.Respect for property rights
Corporate Ethics and Compliance
Consumer issues
  1. 1.Fair marketing, factual and unbiased information and fair contractual practices
  1. 2.Protecting consumers’ health and safety
Product Liability and Quality Assurance
  1. 3.Sustainable consumption
Achievement of a Circular Economy
  1. 4.Consumer service, support, and complaint and dispute resolution
Product Liability and Quality Assurance
  1. 5.Consumer data protection and privacy
Information Security and Personal Information Protection
  1. 6.Access to essential services
  1. 7.Education and awareness
Community involvement and development
  1. 1.Community involvement
Social Contributions
  1. 2.Education and culture
Social Contributions
  1. 3.Employment creation and skills development
Social Contributions
  1. 4.Technology development and access
  1. 5.Wealth and income creation
  1. 6.Health
Social Contributions
  1. 7.Social investment