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The MOS Indices

The Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation (MCHC) Group has embraced Management of Sustainability (MOS), our unique approach designed to enhance sustainability, thereby maintaining and improving our performance to improve the sustainability of people, society, and the Earth for realizing KAITEKI.

MOS Indices Performance Evaluation List

Since FY2011, the MCHC Group has been using the Management of Sustainability (MOS) Indices to quantify and visualize its contribution to sustainability as its own management indicator for promoting sustainability. The MOS Indices are divided into three categories: global environment items; health care items; and corporate responsibility initiative items. We are monitoring the progress of each index on a quantitative basis converted from the original point systems.

* The MOS Indices are used to assess the business performance of operating companies.

Progress of the MOS Indices

In FY2018, the third year of the medium-term management plan, our activities resulted in an annual target achievement rate of 86%, earning 157 points.

Outline of S Indices

We made progress with per-unit impact on the environment amid stable operation, and achieved positive results in reducing the environmental impact on the atmosphere, water and soil environment (S-1-1 to S-1-3). Also, we exceeded our goals in promoting activities to conserve energy (S-2-1) and providing products and services that help solve food problems (S-3-3).

Outline of H Indices

We performed favorably and achieved targets in terms of both providing pharmaceuticals (H-1-1) and providing vaccines (H-2-1). However, progress was marginal in providing products for the health field and products for the sanitation field, and we did not reach our goals.

Outline of C Indices

In terms of preventing accidents and injuries (C-1-2), we failed to meet our targets by a wide margin. However, the situation was generally favorable in indices related to promoting communication with stakeholders (C-2). In particular, in the employee wellness index, we saw improvement in the proportion of long-time workers, the paid leave utilization rate, the percentage of female managers, and the percentage of non-Japanese presidents of key local subsidiaries.

APTSIS 20 Results of the MOS Indexes