The CSR that Nidec Aims to Achieve
ESG Data List
|Unit of measurement||FY2019||FY2020||FY2021|
|Environmental performance index*1||Data coverage rate*2||%||59.2||58.7||53.5|
|Total energy input||Total||GJ||12,963,913||12,000,633||11,553,416|
|Total water usage||Thousand ㎥||8,307||7,437||7,326|
|Breakdown of water withdrawal||Rainwater||Thousand ㎥||15||10||9|
|Industrial water||Thousand ㎥||3,595||3,271||3,262|
|Potable water||Thousand ㎥||3,351||2,835||2,826|
|Surface water||Thousand ㎥||0||0||0|
|Volume of greenhouse gas emissions||Scope1||Thousand tCO2||62||60||57|
|Total discharge of waste, etc.
(including solids and liquids)
|Total discharge of waste, etc. (solid only)||t||100,546||101,380||111,993|
|Of which, specially controlled industrial waste (hazardous waste) emissions (solid only)||t||9,691||11,011||11,473|
|Recycled waste (solid only)||t||90,910||91,842||101,812|
|Final disposal of waste (solid only)||t||9,636||8,947||10,180|
|Waste recycling rate
|Economic effects created by environmental conservation measures *3||Millions of yen||2,207||2,549||4,339|
|Environmental conservation cost *3||Millions of yen||254||315||459|
|Ratio of green purchasing among office supplies, etc. *4||%||72.2||75.0||76.2|
|Understanding of the status of soil and underground water pollution in a business site’s property, etc. (Consolidated)||Case||0||0||0|
|Environmental law violations (Consolidated)||Case||0||0||0|
|Number of trees planted *5||Tree||600||880||1,120|
|Number of environmental classes held *4||Time||11||7||16|
|The sales ratio of environmentally contributing products*16||%||14.4||11.5||12.5|
|ISO14001 acquisition rate*14||%||-||78.2||76.1|
|Acquisition rate of the ISO45001 or OHSAS18001certificate*14||%||-||39.6||38.8|
|Acquisition rate of the ISO900 or IATF16949 certificate*14||%||-||86.2||79.6|
|Conformance Ratio to in-house CSR standards *6||Labor||%||-||-||-|
|Health and safety||%||-||-||-|
|Number of suppliers that had CSR audit *7||Case||93||132||132|
|Number of employees (Consolidated)||Person||117,206||112,551||114,371|
|Number of employees by region (Consolidated)||Japan||Person||9,779||9,379||10,580|
|Asia and Oceania||Person||72,518||67,422||66,893|
|Central and South America||Person||16,097||17,767||18,664|
|Europe, the Middle East, and Africa||Person||13,815||13,516||13,659|
|Percentage of women in the workforce (Consolidated*10)||%||50.6||49.1||48.2|
|Percentage of women in managerial positions*11 (Consolidated*10)||%||25.9||28.2||27.2|
|Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (Consolidated)||Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate||*12||0.78||0.66||0.73|
|Data coverage rate||%||100.0||100.0||100.0|
|Number of employees (Non-consolidated)||Overall||Person||2,756||2,568||2,511|
|Percentage of women in the workforce (Non-consolidated)||%||20.4||20.6||19.9|
|Number of female managerial employees (Non-consolidated)||Person||34||33||37|
|Ratio of female managerial employees (Non-consolidated)||%||5.5||5.7||6.2|
|Number of female officers (Non-consolidated)||Person||1||3||4|
|Ratio of female officers in the workforce (Non-consolidated)||%||2.4||7.9||10.0|
|Employment ratio of people with disabilities (Non-consolidated)||%||2.19||2.24||2.40|
|Average age (Non-consolidated)||Age||38.6||38.7||39.2|
|Average years of employment (Non-consolidated)||Year||9.7||10.3||10.8|
|Number of new graduates hired (Nidec Group companies in Japan)||Overall||Person||452||278||127|
|Number of new graduates hired (Non-consolidated)||Overall||Person||256||174||71|
|Newly hired employees (Non-consolidated)||Overall||Person||397||235||105|
|Ratio of female employees among the newly hired employees (Non-consolidated)||%||15.6||10.6||5.7|
|Time spent on employee training (Non-consolidated)||Hour||110,077||112,162||71,154|
|Time spent on training per employee (Non-consolidated)||Hour||39.9||43.7||31.0|
|Average overtime work hours/month (Non-consolidated)||Hour||16.3||11.2||17.3|
|Annual paid days off taken (Non-consolidated)||Days allocated||Day||16.2||16.3||17.2|
|Ratio of days taken||%||64.5||56.5||60.9|
|Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (Non-consolidated)||*12||0.4||0.1||0.5|
|Number of those who take maternity leave (Non-consolidated)||Person||30||24||22|
|Number and ratio of employees who have taken a childcare leave (Non-consolidated)||Overall||Person||41||25||68|
|Ratio of those who returned to work after childcare leave (Non-consolidated)||％||90.0||100.0||96.0|
|Number of those on a short-time work system (Non-consolidated)||Person||102||115||86|
|Expenditure for social contribution programs（Political donations are not included） *8||Total amount||Millions of yen||79||65||69|
|Total amount of donation||Millions of yen||49||39||41|
|Amount of business expenditure intended for other social contribution programs||Millions of yen||30||26||28|
|Governance system *9||Number of members of the Board of Directors||Person||8||9||9|
|Number of Executives who are members of the Board of Directors||Person||5||1||2|
|Number of outside members of the Board of Directors||Person||2||5||5|
|Number of female members of the Board of Directors||Person||0||2||2|
|Youngest age among the members of the Board of Directors||Age||52||48||49|
|Oldest age among the members of the Board of Directors||Age||78||79||80|
|Average age of the members of the Board of Directors||Age||66||65||66|
|Number of times a meeting of the Board of Directors was held||Time||28||22||22|
|Ratio of attendance by the outside members of the Board of Directors||%||96.4||97.0||95.5|
|Number of board directors who are Audit and Supervisory Committee Members||Person||5||5||5|
|Number of outside board directors who are Audit and Supervisory Committee Members||Person||3||3||3|
|Number of years of employment of auditors||Year||13||14||15|
|Basic remuneration*13||Members of the Board of Directors who are not Audit and Supervisory Committee Members||Millions of yen||267||136||229|
|Member of the Audit and Supervisory Board||Millions of yen||-||41||55|
|Auditors||Millions of yen||54||13||-|
|Coverage rate of CSR Management (Consolidated)||%||59.2||58.7||53.5|
|Legal violations, etc. inside and outside Japan (Consolidated)||Overall||Case||0||0||0|
|Inside Japan/Elimination warning by the Fair Trade Commission or any other authority concerned||Case||0||0||0|
|Inside Japan /Shut-down or business suspension due to misconduct, etc.||Case||0||0||0|
|Inside Japan/Criminal prosecution due to a compliance-related accident or incident||Case||0||0||0|
|Outside Japan/Criminal charge due to price cartel||Case||0||0||0|
|Outside Japan/Criminal charge due to bribe-giving||Case||0||0||0|
|Outside Japan/ Criminal charge due to other reasons||Case||0||0||0|
|Number of whistle-blowing cases (including consultations) and internal accusations (Consolidated)||Case||142||116||124|
|Political donation, lobbying, and other expenditures (Non-consolidated)||Millions of yen||10||9||10|
Notes and scope of report
*1. Number of business sites covered by the Mid-term Environmental Conservation Plan: 86 sites
*2. On a sales basis.
*3. Nidec Corporation’s business sites inside Japan and 10 subsidiaries outside the country
*4. Nidec Corporation’s head office
*5. Four companies in Thailand
*6. Business sites for a third-party audit held jointly with a certification authority: 21 major production sites in Asia and Southeast Asia
Third-party audits were postponed from FY2019 – 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
*7. Eight companies outside Japan
*8. Nidec Corporation and NIDEC INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION
*9. As of the end of each fiscal year. Click here for the latest status meetings.
*10. In FY2021, the survey was conducted to cover 87.7% of all Nidec Group employees.
*11. All levels of management, including junior, middle and senior level management and outside board directors.
Junior management：Employees falling under either of the following supervisory roles, or those with a similar level of responsibility:
(A) typically responsible for directing and executing the day-to-day operational objectives of organizations, conveying the directions of higher level officials
and managers to subordinate personnel.
(B) supervise around 10 full-time employees and/or perform supervisory functions where judgment is exercised in at least two small operational teams/groups.
*12. The casualties of occupational injuries per million work hours.
*13. Nidec changed its institutional design from a company with an Audit and Supervisory Board to a company with an Audit and Supervisory Committee on June 17, 2020.
*14. Based on the number of employees.
*15. Categories included (as defined by the GHG Protocol): 1 - 8 and 13 - 15.
For Category 1, our emissions doubled in FY2021 from the FY2020 level because the number of businesses subject to data collection increased.
*16. The products meet the requirements of the FTSE Green Revenues Classification System.