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ESG performance

We deliver on our promises

We are committed to operating safely, sustainably and responsibly. We make no compromise in measuring and reporting our performance.

We have adopted the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 guidelines as the basis for our sustainable development reporting.

We measure our performance

We set targets for ourselves based on six pillars of value: safety and health; financial sustainability; mineral policy and legislative compliance; labour relations and our performance; community development; and access to and allocation of natural resources.

We do no harm to our workforce
Fatalities
2 2015 2 150
7 2016 7 16
Lost-time injury frequency
rate
50 2015 0.98 150
30 2016 0.73 150
Section 54 stoppages
52 2015 52 150
43 2016 43 150
Net sales revenue
R billion
59 2015 R59.8 150
62 2016 R62.0 150
Operating profit
R million
2.5 2015 R-6.050 150
70 2016 R4,559 150
Capital expenditure
R billion
6.9 2015 R5.1 150
6.2 2016 R5.0 150
HDSAs in management
%
Target: 40%
32 2015 62 200
43 2016 73.6 120
Women in mining *
%
Target: 10%
14 2015 14 200
15 2016 15 120
* Includes core disciplines of mining, engineering, projects and metallurgy.
Environmental incidents
(Level 3-5)
Target: 0
0 2015 0 200
0 2016 0 120
Production lost due to industrial action
(ounces)
0 2015 0 200
0 2016 0 120
Number of employees
(including contractors)
48 2015 45,520 200
28 2016 28,250 120
Productivity
(ounces/employee)
5.75 2015 33.2 200
10.46 2016 34.7 120
BEE ownership
%
Target: 26%
20 2015 26% 200
27 2016 33.34% 120
Community development
R million
50 2015 546 200
30 2016 354 120
Energy use
Petajoules (PJ)
43 2015 25.1 200
40 2016 24.6 120
Total water consumed Mm3
11.5 2015 33,192 200
9.5 2016 32,687 120
GHG emissions (kt CO2 equivalent)
46 2015 5.88kt 200
43 2016 5.58kt 120

We offer a responsible choice for investors

We have chosen to be included in independent investment indices that benchmark and track the most socially responsible companies.

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is an independent not-for-profit organisation which acts as an intermediary between shareholders and corporations on all climate change related issues, providing primary climate change data from the world’s largest corporations to the global marketplace. The Group has supported the project since it began. In 2013, Anglo American Platinum received two gold certificates for achieving 99% (2012: 96%) for our disclosure in respect of the CDP’s annual survey of the top 100 companies and an A in the performance band on the JSE 100 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index.

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange Socially Responsible Investment Index reflects South Africa’s increased focus on sustainable investment. The Group has been part of the Index since it began in 2004. In 2013, Anglo American Platinum was assessed one of the six best performers, meeting additional levels of performance in the four areas of measurement of environment, society, governance and climate change.

Together we make a difference

The ICCM Sustainable Development Framework

The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICCM), established in 2001, acts as a catalyst for performance improvement in the mining and metals industry. We believe that our policies, processes and systems are fully aligned with the ICMM’s 10 principles for sustainable development.

For more information, download the Integrated Report 2016.

UN Global Compact

Our Group has been part of the UN Global Compact; on human rights, environmental stewardship, labour rights and anti-corruption since 2004. We follow the Compact’s 10 principles. We believe the Compact is a way to work with other stakeholders towards safe, responsible and sustainable mining. You can read our Communication on Progress here. More information can also be found here.

For more information, download the Integrated Report 2016.

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