ESH Management Data
For Constant, Efficient Improvements of ESH Activities
The Teijin Group promotes efforts to obtain certification for management system standards related to the ESH.
Furthermore, we quantitatively measure ESH-related investments/expenses and link this to efficient progress and improvements of ESH activities.
The Teijin Group calculates the investments, expenses, and effect of ESH activities at all group companies. The investments, expenses and effect of activities for environmental preservation, energy savings, reduced use of natural resources, and recycling are calculated with reference to the Environmental Accounting Guidelines 2005 Edition published by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan. We also calculate the investments and expenses for safety and disaster prevention, and health.
Trends in ESH-related investments
Investment for environmental preservation totaled 1.6 billion yen. (There was a prominent increase in FY2015 due to a large-scale investment in fuel conversion of the boilers in the Mishima Factory.)
In addition, investment for safety and disaster prevention, and health totaled 1.4 billion yen, as a result of our proactive implementation of safety and disaster prevention measures.
Trends in ESH-related expenses
- Expenses for environmental preservation totaled approximately 5.2 billion yen, due to a decrease in research and development costs. Expenses for safety, disaster prevention, and health totaled 2.1 billion yen, almost the same amount as the previous year.
Breakdown of ESH-related costs of the Teijin Group in FY2016
|Environmental preservation||Business area||Pollution prevention||Measures to prevent pollution (air, water, soil, groundwater, noise, odor and other) and reduce chemical substance emissions||370||1,631||1||
|Global environmental conservation||Measures such as those relating to energy savings and prevention of global warming||1,089||419||121||
|Resource recycling||Measures to increase effective use of waste, including promotion of waste recycling and solvent recovery||127||1,497||338||
|Products and services||Measures such as those to promote used-product recycling||–||189||38||–|
|Administration||Establishment and maintenance of an environmental management system, including costs for administrative personnel||–||403||–||–|
|R&D||Expenses for R&D of products and technologies designed to reduce environmental impact||13||675||–||–|
|Social activities||Disclosure of environmental information at exhibitions; payment of SOx levy, environmental association memberships and other fees||–||396||–||–|
|Repairing environmental damage||Investigation and measures to deal with soil, groundwater and other pollution||–||21||–||
Safety and disaster prevention, and health
|Item||Main activities||Investment||Expenses||Actual effect|
|Occupational safety||Ensuring occupational safety||593||276||
|Workplace environment improvement||Activities relating to ventilation, lighting, and evaluating, maintaining and improving the workplace environment||428||157||–|
|Health promotion||Physical examinations and other measures to promote health||96||432||–|
|Disaster prevention||Investigation of the seismic resistance of buildings, maintenance, and improvement of fire prevention and extinguishing systems||300||679||–|
|R&D||R&D of equipment and systems for safety and disaster prevention||–||–||–|
|Administration||Establishment and maintenance of occupational health and safety management systems, including costs for administrative personnel and safety losses||–||571||–|
Economic benefit: Only those items that had a substantial effect are included in the calculations.