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CSR Indicators

As a non-listed private organization, Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) endeavors to disclose as much information as possible to enhance the transparency of our “Triple Bottom Line” performance. Some of the data below has been reorganized and regrouped for easy understanding.

Environmental

Item Data Summary FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
1 Gasoline Consumption by Vehicle (Liters) *1 35,158 32,819 35,617
2 Energy Consumption Equivalent to Gasoline Consumption (GJ) *1,2 1,161 1,084 1,176
3 Electricity Consumption (kWh) *3 1,057,779 1,034,395 1,061,895
4 Energy Consumption Equivalent to Electricity Consumption (GJ) *2,3 3,808 3,724 3,823
5 Direct CO2 Emissions (Tonnes CO2-e) *1 83.0 77.5 84.1
6 Indirect CO2 Emissions (Tonnes CO2-e) *3 740.4 724.1 743.3
7 CO2 Emissions (Tonnes CO2-e) *1,3,4 823.4 801.5 827.4
8 A3 Paper Consumption (Sheets/No. of Staff) *5 121 118 96
9 A4 Paper Consumption (Sheets/No. of Staff) *5 1,411 1,362 1,275
10 Recycled Paper/ Environmental Paper Consumption (Sheets/No. of Staff) *5 1,541 1,492 1,388
11 Total Water Discharges (Tonnes) *6 2 2 2
12 Other Indirect CO2 Emissions (Tonnes CO2-e) *5,7 1.4 1.1 1.0
13 Paper Recycled (Tonnes) *8 29.33 29.57 29.73
14 Aluminum Recycled (Tonnes) *8 0.02 0.06 0.04
15 Plastic Recycled (Tonnes) *8 0.32 0.27 0.22
16 Waste to Landfill or Incineration (Tonnes) *8 46.34 45.37 45.01
17 Total Number of Spills 0 0 0
18 Total Volume of Spills (m3) 0 0 0
19 Chemical Waste Produced (Tonnes) *9 0.04 0.04 0.06
20Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Recycled (Tonnes) *10 1,198 1,007 1,057
21 Environmental Convictions Per 100,000 Man-hours 0 0 0
22Major Non-conformance in Integrated Management System Audits 0 0 0

Social

Item Data Summary FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
1 Number of Staff *11 1,094 1,031 1,015
2 Male : Female 711 : 383 666 : 365 659 : 356
3 Local : Non-local *12 1,086 : 8 1,023 : 8 1,010 : 5
4Manager (Male : Female) 92 : 32 91 : 34 93: 36
5 Non-Manager (Male : Female) 619 : 351 575 : 331 566 : 320
6Voluntary Staff Turnover 23.1% 23.8% 15.8%
7Retention Rates After Parental Leave 100% 100% 100%
8 Staff Injuries 8 10 5
9 Staff Fatalities 0 0 0
10 Accident Rate Per 1,000 Workers *13 7.31 9.70 4.93
11 Total Training Hours *14 39,696 29,739 25,334
12 Staff Training Cost Year-On-Year Growth *15 -1.95% -67.79% 239.64%
13 Convicted Cases of Corruption 0 0 0
14 Code of Conduct Learning Participation Rate *16 100% 100% 100%
15 Volunteering Hours *17 3,360 2,918 1,523
16 Number of Volunteer 946 807 313
17Monetary Value of Significant Fines and Total Number of Non-Monetary Sanctions for Non- compliance with Laws and Regulations (HK$) 0 0 0
18 Human Rights Review 100% 100% 100%
19 Number of Grievances Related to Human Rights 0 0 0

Economic

Item Data Summary FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
1 Revenue/Selling General & Administrative Expense 5.06 4.73 3.84
2 Human Resources Productivity (Revenue/Total HR cost) 4.28 3.88 3.57
3 Environmental Expenditure Year-On-Year Growth *18 0% 25% 15%
Remarks:
*1 Per the report verifier’s advice in August 2019, we have included the data of the Managing Director’s private car in the calculation from FY2019 onwards.
Hence, item 1 recorded an 8.5% year-on-year increase.
*2 The conversion ratio refers to GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines Version 3.0.
*3 Per the report verifier’s advice in August 2019, we have included the data of Macau office in the calculation from FY2019 onwards.
*4 Includes both electricity and gasoline consumption (i.e. scope 1 and scope 2 emissions only); excludes CO2 emissions from logistics management activities carried out by on-site contractors, refrigeration, air-conditioning and fire extinguishers. CO2 is the main greenhouse gas emission in Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong). The calculation was based on the “Guidelines to Account for and Report on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals for Buildings (Commercial, Residential or Institutional Purposes) in Hong Kong” issued by the Environmental Protection Department and the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (2010 Edition).
*5 Paper consumption is based on the record of our document management system rather than internal orders. For item 10, the Recycled Paper/Environmental Paper Consumption includes A3, A4 and A5 paper.
*6 Water consumption in our head office is excluded as the amount of water consumed is included in the building management fee.
*7 Per the report verifier’s advice in August 2018, we have included paper recycling in Other Indirect CO2 Emission. Hence, the calculation in FY2017 has been revised by combining the total of (1) CO2 Emission on Disposal of Paper Waste (i.e. Amount of Paper Consumption minus Amount of Paper Recycled) and (2) CO2 Emission on Total Water Discharges (i.e. CO2 Emission due to Electricity Used for Fresh Water Processing by Water Supplies Department plus CO2 Emission due to Electricity Used for Sewage Processing by Drainage Services Department).
*8 Includes Macau office data from November 2013 onwards. The data was recorded directly by our colleagues or provided by our property management company and/or recycler.
*9 Chemical waste excludes amount generated by activities of off-site contractors.
*10 Per updated data from Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., the data of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Recycled in FY2017 is revised from 1,193 Tonnes to 1,198 Tonnes.
*11Includes all permanent and contract staff.
*12 “Local” employees are those whose employment terms and conditions meet the labor requirements of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and Macao Special Administrative Region.
*13 The calculation of accident rate per 1,000 workers is based on the definition of Labour Department of HKSAR.
*14 The total headcount in training delivery increased in FY2019 compared with FY2018. A newly launched workshop series and a business training program were organized in FY2019.
*15 The increase in staff training cost in FY2019 was due to the CompTIA renewal and the higher training subsidy.
*16 All new staff members joining Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) are required to complete the “Code of Conduct” training within three months of commencement of employment. For current staff, regular reviews and/or training will be carried out annually.
*17 The drop in Volunteering Hours in FY2019 was due to the social activities and COVID-19 that caused the delay, cancellation or reduction in scale of social contribution activities.
*18 Includes end-of-life management costs only.