Key Performance Indicators

In 2015 we developed and implemented key performance indicators (KPIs) in each of our sustainability focus areas.

The tick outlines if a target has been achieved, whereas a cross indicates that this target has not been achieved. These targets have been devised internally by URENCO.

 

Focus area KPIs Targets for 2015 Results for 2015
Health & safety, safeguards and security Lost Time Injury <7 6
Lost Time Injury rate <0.2 0.17
Medical Treatment Injury rate Operations <0.4 0.26
Operations <0.7 0.07
Environmental impact Hazardous waste 9 No more than 2014 +23%10
Non-hazardous waste No more than 2014 0%
Recycled material No less than 2014 -25%11
Specific direct energy consumption* No more than 2014 -2%
Specific electricity consumption* No more than 2014 +1%
Specific CO2e emissions* No more than 2014 +1%
Specific water consumption* No more than 2014 -6%
Supplier of choice 100% delivery 100% 100%
Custom satisfaction 0 complaints 0 complaints
Employer of choice Employee turnover <2%,<10%/td> 5%
Community engagement Financial sponsorship of education, healthy living, culture and environment 0.1% of EBITDA 12% above target
Science education 15,000 school children reached <27,000/td>
URENCO employee community activity Measure uptake <20% of employees across the Group
Asset integrity   No external KPIs reported N/A

 

* ‘Specific‘ refers to a calculation which is normalised for year on year comparisons based on kgSW/a (production capacity).

References

(9) Transported, imported, exported, or treated waste deemed hazardous under the terms of the Basel Convention Annex I, II, III and VIII.

(10) Increase due to the TMF project transitioning to internal works, which has increased the amount of aerosols, paints and oils which are considered hazardous.

(11) URENCO’s KPI definition for recycled waste includes composted, recycled and reused waste. There has been a decrease in 2015 due to some reused waste being reclassified as recovered, whereby the waste was re-utilised to serve a different purpose at our TMF. However, if we take account of the recovered waste in the overall figure we have increased recycling by 5%. For the data tables please see page 60.