Human Resources and Environmental Management

Yokogawa has established sustainability indicators for the following two fields as the foundations for achieving sustainability. One is human resources management to make our transformation within the group and create new value.
The other is environmental management to conserve the global environment, which is essential for the existence of our business.

Human Resources Management

At Yokogawa, we believe that human resources management is key to our growth. We have established diversity and inclusion and, talent attraction and engagement as themes. We create value through a diverse workforce equipped to adapt to ongoing change. At the same time, we drive transformation aimed at both the individual and organization. Occupational health and safety represents the bedrock of corporate management. We continue to pursue the ultimate goal of zero workplace accidents and incidents.

Sustainability Targets

Related SDGs Value creation themes Sustainability KPIs Results of FY17 Targets
     Diversity and inclusion Female ratio out of total number of managers 9.9% 12.0% by FY20
Disability employment rate (Japan) 2.1%
(As of June 1st)
2.3% by FY20
Talent attraction and engagement Engagement survey score - Implementation of engagement improvement measures
Elimination of occupational accidents Frequency of occupational accidents 0.36 case
/million work hour
Reduction

Value Creation Themes

1 Diversity and inclusion 
Yokogawa seeks to attract, cultivate, and engage with people who bring different life experiences, skills and competencies, sensibilities, perspectives, cultures, and value systems to our organization. This is how we adapt and respond effectively to an ever-evolving industry environment, as well as to the varying demands of the marketplace.


2 Talent attraction and engagement
Our global talent management program inspires employees to create new forms of value through co-innovation.
We strive to provide a safe and welcoming workplace environment that encourages every employee to be their best.


3 Elimination of occupational accidents
Occupational health and safety are important underlying elements of corporate management.
We are committed to ensuring the health, well-being, and safety of all employees in the Yokogawa Group.

Environmental Management

The Yokogawa environmental management program involves ongoing evaluation of factories and offices throughout the Yokogawa Group according to three key sustainability indicators: (1) water usage efficiency; (2) energy consumption; and (3) greenhouse gas emissions.
We have set a long-term greenhouse gas emissions target for the year 2030 based on the 2° C target defined in the Paris Agreement.

Sustainability Targets

Related SDGs Value creation themes Sustainability KPIs Results of FY17 Targets
Promotion of efficient use of water resources Water consumption amount 615 Km3 Strengthen measures to efficiently utilize water resources
Reduction of energy consumption Energy consumption amount (compared to FY13) 13.1% reduction 13% reduction by FY20
18% reduction by FY30
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions Greenhouse gas emissions (compared to FY13) 17.9% reduction 20% reduction by FY20
34% reduction by FY30

Value Creation Themes

1 Promotion of efficient use of water resources
We promote efficient use of water resources by monitoring water usage at production facilities and encouraging recycling of water used in production.

2 Reduction of energy consumption
We are committed to reducing energy consumption via digitization of administrative procedures and processes and strategies to optimize group-wide production through greater labor productivity.

3 Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
The Yokogawa Group is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in line with the 2° C target set out in the Paris Agreement. We accomplish this goal through strategies designed to reduce energy consumption and our active use of renewable energy sources.

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