Our 2020 Sustainability Strategy - Targets

Targets


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The tables below show our performance targets, both short-term and long term, for each of our 6 positive outcomes. For more details about our progress and targets for 2013, please visit our latest Sustainability Report.


"Challenging targets are key to our vision of being a leading sustainable business and delivering our 2020 Sustainability Strategy." 


- David Picton, Carillion Chief Sustainability Officer

David Picton

Build a successful business

Building a successful business

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
Reducing costs and increasing in profitability by: £20 million £30 million £40 million
Increase share price: 326.51 336.51 360.96

 

Enable low carbon economies

Enabling low-carbon economies

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
Reducing fuel purchased by Carillion* 25% reduction 50% reduction Policy
Reducing gas consumption from Carillion offices** 18% reduction 20% reduction Policy
Reducing electricity consumption from Carillion offices (2011 baseline) 10% reduction 20% reduction Policy
% of UK & Ireland offices and contracts to purchase energy from recognised renewable/green sources 100% - Policy 100% - Policy 100% - Policy
% of long-term lease UK offices to have Display Energy Certificates 100% - Policy 100% - Policy 100% - Policy

*reduction against a 2011 baseline normalised by turnover
**reduction against a 2011 degree days normalised baseline

Protect the environment

Protecting the environment

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
% of waste diverted from landfill 91% 100% Policy
Reduce water consumption (2012 baseline) 8% reduction 25% reduction Policy
100% sourced timber will meet FSC or equivalent standards Policy Policy Policy
Contracts having a biodiversity action plan in place to manage restoration 100% in Canada, Policy rest of group Policy Policy

 

Support sustainable communities

Supporting sustainable communities

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
Local spend including SMEs 30% 45% 60%
% of Carillion apprentices who complete their framework having an employment outcome 85% 90% 100%
% of contracts having a Community Needs Plan*** 100% Policy Policy
Pre-tax profits donated to community activities either in cash or kind 1% 1% 1%

 

Provide better prospects for our people

Providing better prospects for our people

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
Reduction in All Accident Frequency Rate (AAFR) against a 2011 baseline 27% 39% 70%
Employee satisfaction rate for "I feel proud to work for Carillion" 75% 77% 80%
Employees utilise the Carillion special leave policy for community engagement in areas where we work 6% 22% 50%

 

Lead the way in our sector

Leading the way with our customers and suppliers

Measure 2013 target 2015 target 2020 target
Sustainable Procurement Task Force (SPTF) Flexible Framework Level 4 Level 5 Policy
Top 150 UK suppliers (who account for 60% of UK spend) to provide products and materials that are responsibly and ethically sourced 45% of Group's top 250 suppliers 65% of Group's top 250 suppliers 100% of Group's top 250 suppliers
Contracts measuring and reporting their sustainability performance Policy Policy Policy
A Carillion sustainable innovation, research and development programme will be established to drive innovation across the Group Outcomes published annually Outcomes published annually Outcomes published annually

 

For more information about our 2020 Sustainability Strategy, our targets or progress, you can email us at sustainability@carillionplc.com and we will do our best to provide you with the information requested.



*** The Community Needs Plan is a new tool as part of our 2020 sustainability strategy which enables contracts to adopt a systematic approach to understanding the needs of a local community and to ensure that Carillion uses its resources effectively to respond to community priorities.