Sustainability highlights

We describe and report on our sustainability approach and activities in our separate Sustainability Report. Key elements are described below.

ENVIRONMENTAL

EMPLOYEES

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Lost-time injuries (employee)

Lost-time-injuries-(employee)

LTIFR per 1m man-hours (employee)

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#1 Our sustainability focus

ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY
Indicator Why it is important Who has a stake Measurement
Economic performance It is a fundamental measure of business health and supports our growth and investment plans. The Board, employees, investors Annual sales
EBITDA
Net debt/EBITDA ratio
Ratings agencies
Indirect economic impacts It relates to our market presence and the way we engage with local stakeholders where we operate. The Board, employees, suppliers, national government, local government, local communities Level of investment
Feedback from government and communities
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Indicator Why it is important Who has a stake Measurement
Water Some of our operations require large volumes of water for production. National and local government, utilities, communities, suppliers Water consumption (m3/tonne)
Emissions We operate complex processes that emit a range of gases which can be harmful to humans and the environment. Employees, national and local government, communities, NGOs Kg/tonne
Waste and effluent We produce and manage significant volumes of solid wastes and effluents, e.g. phosphogypsum. Employees, national and local government, communities, NGOs Effluent (m3/tonne)
HEALTH   SAFETY
Indicator Why it is important Who has a stake Measurement
Health & safety We operate hazardous facilities which pose health and safety risks. Employees, national and local government, trade unions, suppliers, management, Board Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate
SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
Indicator Why it is important Who has a stake Measurement
Training and education The sustainable growth of our business is predicated on our ability to attract and retain talent, particularly our cohort of young professionals. The Board, employees, education institutions Investment in training centres
Training partnerships
Teaching standards
Employee relations The way we conduct our employee relationships determines the level of staff engagement, which has a direct bearing on all our performance measures. The Board, employees, investors, suppliers, national and local government, utilities, communities Management to employee ratio
Employee turnover
Revenues per employee
Production per person
Personnel costs
Diversity and equal opportunity We employ over 22,000 people, representing more than 50 different nationalities. The work is demanding and requires a high level of co-operation and communication. The Board, employees, national and local government, communities, education institutions Level of investment
Employee numbers
Percentage of women in management positions
Remuneration In order to attract and retain the best people, we aim to pay wages that are above average for the sector in each operational territory. The Board, employees Variable remuneration
Fixed remuneration
Average full-time equivalent wage
Changes in average monthly wage
Local communities EuroChem is a significant employer and its operations can have a significant impact on local environments and local economies. The Board, employees, national and local government, educational institutions, communities, suppliers Levels of community investmentLevel and type of partnerships with government and communities