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Corporate Social Responsibility

Ebara is committed to contributing to society through cutting-edge products and services and responsible corporate citizenship.

GRI Content Index & ESG Data

GRI Content Index

ESG Data (Social/Governance Updated May 2021)

E- Environmental

For more in depth information and data regarding environmental goals and other activities, please see our Environmental Management, Environmental Targets & Data pages.

Environmental Management System (EMS)

Environmental Policy Yes
EMS Management Structure Yes
ISO 14001 Certification Status (Please see: ISO14001 Registration PDF)

                                                                                   
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Violations of legal obligations/regulations of environmental issues in general (including air/water pollution, etc.) (Number) EBARA Group*2 0 0 0 0 0
Environmental Fines (Yen) EBARA Group*2 0 0 0 0 0
ISO 14001 Site Certifications*3 EBARA Group*2 23 17*4 202225


Climate Change

Green Energy Policy Yes (Included in Environmental Policy)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Electricity consumption (MWh) EBARA*5 78,536 61,915 83,86578,889 91,920
Domestic Group*6 6,534 4,423 4,993 5,681 4,125
Overseas Group*7 - 52,703 79,784*884,813 81,641
Total 85,070 119,041 168,642169,383177,686
Production of renewable energy (kWh) EBARA*5 450,000 305,917 426,011407,605389,327
Domestic Group*6 17,152 15,824 22,11023,19615,829
Overseas Group*7 - - - -214,386
Total 467,152 307,461 448,121430,801619,542
Amount of renewable energy used (kWh) EBARA*5 - - - -389,327
Domestic Group*6 - - - -15,175
Overseas Group*7 - - - -2,360,844
Total - - - -2,765,346
Ratio of renewable energy used (%) EBARA*5 - - - -4
Domestic Group*6 - - - -4
Overseas Group*7 - - - -29
Total - - - -16
Fuel Consumption (kL) - Petroleum Conversion EBARA*5 3,711 2,781 3,2503,3513,3828
Domestic Group*6 469 301 350348 308
Overseas Group*7 - 4,408 15,569*8 15,342 13,779
Total 4,180 7,490 19,169 19,041 17,915
GHG Emissions Scope 1&2 (thousands of tons)*9 EBARA*5 47 35 46 39 43
Domestic Group*6 5 3 3 3 3
Overseas Group*7 - 32 67*8 71 65
Total 52 70 116 113 111


Water

Water Policy Yes (Included in Environmental Policy)
Water Risk Assessment Yes (Survey on Regional Water Stress)

                                                            
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Water consumption (k?) EBARA*5 584 438 498 493 458
Domestic Group*6 39 23 25 25 21
Overseas Group*7 - 391 469*8 535 670
Total 623 852 992*5 1,053 1,149
Total municipal sources (or from other water utilities) - - - - 983
Fresh surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.) - - - - 0
Fresh groundwater - - - - 166
Discharged Water (k?) EBARA*2 464 362 396 403 384
Domestic Group*6 27 22 23 2421
Overseas Group*7 - - - 336 341
Total 491 384 419 763746
Municipal treatment - - - - 426
Rivers, lakes, etc. - - - - 317
Other - - - - 4


Resources and Waste

Materials (Resource) Use Policy Yes (Included in Environmental Policy- total solutions)
Waste Reduction Policy Yes (Included in Environmental Policy)
Ebara Group Biodiversity Guidelines Yes

                                                                    
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Total waste (tons) EBARA*5 8,266 6,788 9,111 8,140 8,209
of which, special control industrial waste - 26 110 47 119
Domestic Group*6 1,125 916 1,360 1,0491,192
of which, special control industrial waste - 11 7 1 13
Overseas Group*7 - 6,330 9,266*8 9,664 8,442
Total 9,391 14,034 19,250 18,901 17,975
Amount of material recycled (tons)*10 EBARA*5 6,609 5,786 6,600 6,183 6,350
Domestic Group*6 1,106 687 871 672 606
Overseas Group*7 - 2,937 4,543*8 5,434 5,007
Total 7,715 9,410 12,014 12,289 11,963
Material recycling rate (%) EBARA*5 98.8 98.0 96.3 97.897.5
Landfill disposal amount (tons) EBARA*5 77 111 251 141 160
Domestic Group*6 15 3 3 3 19
Overseas Group*7 - 1,288 3,565*8 2,820 2,190
Total 92 1,402 3,819 2,964 2,369
Landfill Disposal Rate (%) EBARA*5 0.9 1.6 2.8 1.7 1.9


Air Emissions

For three years of Air Emissions data (NOx, SOx, etc.) please see Targets & Data "Major Japanese business facility data: Air emissions"

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
NOx emissions (tons) EBARA*5 23 19 16 9 7
Overseas Group*7 - - - - 11
Total 23 19 16 9 18
SOx emissions (tons) EBARA*5 1 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.1
Overseas Group*7 - - - - 0.6
Total 1 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.7


Chemical Substance Use/Emissions

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Substances controlled by PRTR Law*12 Release and transfer amount (tons)*13 EBARA*5 58.0 38.1 60.0 45.0 26.0
Domestic Group*6 10.0 3.9 3.0 6.0 26.0
Total 68.0 42.0 63.0 51.0 52.0
Product Shipment Amount (tons) EBARA*5 0.0 0.0 0.0*11 0.0*11 0.2
Domestic Group*6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.8
Total 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)*13 (tons) EBARA*5 38.6 32.5 41.0 30.6 22.2
Domestic Group*6 9.1 6.8 7.8 9.8 11.0
Overseas Group*7 - 32.8 46.3 80.6 80.3
Total 47.7 72.1 95.1 121.0 113.5


Environmental Footnotes
*1 Nine-months of data (April 1 to December 31 2017) are represented in fiscal year ended 17/12, due to a change in the settlement date used by EBARA. Prior fiscal years represent data collected from April 1 to March 31 and following fiscal year data is from January 1 to December 31. Overseas Group data is aggregated from January to December.
*2 EBARA Group: The sum of EBARA Corporation(*5), Domestic Group(*6) and Overseas Group(*7).Please see "ISO 14001 Registration PDF" under "Environmental Management" site
*4 EBARA consolidated certifications from each production site into one EBARA Corporation certification in October 2017. As a result, the number of certified organizations dropped in fiscal 2017.
*8 Increase in coverage caused a large leap in the data.
*9 Scope 1&2: combination of direct emissions of GHG generated from sources that are owned or controlled by the organization and indirect emissions of GHG associated with the use of electricity, steam, heat, etc., purchased by the company.
*10 Amount of Material Recycled: Total weight of recyclable materials consigned to external processing companies.
*11 Revision made to data.
*12 PRTR Law: Pollutant Release and Transfer Register Law.
*13 Release and Transfer Amount: Amounts of air, water, and soil discharged to the environment.
*14 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC): 8 substances that have a target for reduction (ethylbenzene, xylene, dichloromethane, 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene, toluene, benzene, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone.)

S- Social

Related Policies

EBARA Group Human Rights Policy Yes 
Anti-Discrimination Policy Yes  Included in the Ebara Group Code of Conduct.
Policy Supporting the Right to Freedom of Association Yes Support for the United Nations Global Compact
Policy Supporting the Right to Collective Bargaining Yes Support for the United Nations Global Compact
Personnel Affairs and Human Resource Development Policy Yes
Employee Evaluations and Treatment
Labor Relations Information

General Information

                                   
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of directors & executives*2 Male EBARA*3 22 20 22 22 21
Female EBARA*3 2 2 1 1 2
Total EBARA*3 24 22 23 23 23
Male Domestic Group*4 27 22 22 16*524
Female Domestic Group*4 0 0 0 0 0
Total Domestic Group*4 27 22 22 16*5 24
Number of employees (Consolidated) Male & Female Total EBARA*3 4,014 3,898 3,921 4,016 4,047
Domestic Consolidated Subsidiaries 3,984 3,978 3,957 3,916 4,029
Overseas Consolidated Subsidiaries 8,319 8,343 8,678 9,148 9,404
Total 16,317 16,219 16,556 17,080 17,480


Data Coverage FY20/12
Number of employees by region Asia EBARA Group*7 13,374
Europe EBARA Group*7 916
Middle East EBARA Group*7 70
North America EBARA Group*7 2,229
Other EBARA Group*7 634


Data Coverage FY20/12
Ratio of employees by age group(%) Under 30 years old EBARA Group*7 14.5
30-50 years old EBARA Group*7 60.1
Over 50 years old EBARA Group*7 25.3


                                                                                                                                                                                        
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of management-level employees Male EBARA*3 1,304 1,400 1,327 1,459 1,472
Domestic Group*4 775 816 826 820 804
Overseas Group*6 - - - - 1,086
Total 2,079 2,216 2,135 2,279 3,362
Female EBARA*3 70 77 82 97 96
Domestic Group*429 27 28 33 34
Overseas Group*6 - - - - 194
Total 99 104 110 130 324
Male & Female Total 2,178 2,320 2,263 2,409 3,686
Number of non-management employees Male EBARA*3 1,828 1,670 1,6891,717 1,720
Domestic Group*4 2,714 2,617 2,572 2,541 2,546
Overseas Group*6 - - - - 6,755
Total 4,542 4,287 4,261 4,258 11,021
Female EBARA*3 777 751 739 744 759
Domestic Group*4 488 400 424 419 418
Overseas Group*6 - - - - 1,163
Total 1,265 1,151 1,163 1,163 2,340
Male & Female Total 5,807 5,438 5,424 5,421 13,361
Average number of temporary staff*8 EBARA*3 75 73 54 46 44
Employee union membership ratio*9 EBARA*3 -96.5 97.398.4 100
Domestic Group*4 -- -- 100
Overseas Group*6 -- -- 46.4
Average yearly salary (Yen) ★KPI★
Target: Maintain 2% wage increase for non-management pay during FY2021
EBARA*3 7,280,465 7,240,470 7,812,030 7,362,116 7,540,606


Diversity

Diversity Declaration Details
Career Support for Female Employees Details (Dynamically Engaging Female Employees)
Support for International Employees Details (Hiring without regard for nationality)
Support for Persons with Special Needs Details (Employment of Persons with Special Needs)
Support for Elderly Employees Details (Employment of Seniors)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Female employee ratio (%) (Includes non-regular employees) EBARA*3 21.1 21.2 20.9 20.9 21.1
Domestic Group*4 13.0 11.7*5 11.7*5 11.8*5 11.8
Overseas Group*6 -- -- 16.0
Average 17.1 16.5*5 16.4 16.5*5 16.4
Women in management ratio (%) *10 (Includes non-regular employees) EBARA*3 5.1 5.4 5.6 6.2 6.1
Domestic Group*4 - 3.2 3.3*5 3.9 4.1
Overseas Group*6 -- --15.2
Average 4.5 4.5 4.8 5.4 8.8
Ratio of employees with special needs (%) EBARA*3 2.48 2.54 2.45 2.27 2.32
Ratio of international employees (%) EBARA*3 2.5 2.2 2.8 2.8 2.2
Domestic Group*4 -*5 0.0*5 0.3 0.5*5 0.8
Average -*5 1.1*5 1.5 1.6*51.5
Ratio of local staff in key positions at overseas locations(%)
★KPI★ Target: Over 50% by FY2030
Overseas consolidated subsidiaries - - - 1920
Number of employees rehired after retirement EBARA*3 100 84 217*11 228 213
Domestic Group*4 28 26 165*11 146*5 152
Total 128 110 382*11 374*5 365


Talent Attraction and Retention

                                                                                    
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of fresh graduate hires Male EBARA*3 - 102 94 95 87
Female EBARA*3 - 13 20 16 30
Male & Female Total EBARA*3 - 115 114 111 117
Ratio of female fresh graduate hires (%) EBARA*3 - 11.3 17.5 14.4 25.6
Ratio of international fresh graduate hires (%) EBARA*3 - 10.4 12.3 11.7 15.4
Number of mid-career hires Male EBARA*3 - 74 73 96 62
Female EBARA*3 - 8 11 11 10
Male & Female Total EBARA*3 - 82 84 107 72
Ratio of female mid-career hires (%) EBARA*3 - 9.8 13.1 10.3 13.9
Ratio of international mid-career hires (%) EBARA*3 - 1.2 1.2 0.9 6.9
Ratio of female hires (mid-career & new graduate)(%)★KPI★
Target: Over 11% in FY2020
EBARA*3 & Domestic Group*4 - - - 12.3*5 21.2
Ratio of international hires (mid-career & new graduate)(%)★KPI★
Target: Over 6% in FY2020
EBARA*3 & Domestic Group*4 - - - 6.7*5 12.7
Fresh graduate three year average turnover rate (%) EBARA*3 3.95 4.55 8.70 14.29*5 7.84
Voluntary turnover rate (%)*12
EBARA*3 - 1.54 1.73 2.29 1.93
Domestic Group*4 -- -3.80 2.63
Overseas Group*6 -- -- 3.81
Total turnover rate (%)*13
EBARA*3 1.92 2.59 3.16 2.29 1.93
Domestic Group*4 - - - 3.93 2.95
Overseas Group*6 - - - - 5.51
Average years of service Male EBARA*3 18.1 18.2 16.9 17.2 16.1
Female EBARA*3 17.8 16.9 18.9 19.4 19.4
Male & Female Average EBARA*3 18.0 17.2 17.3 17.7 16.8
Domestic Group*4 14.6 16.9 17.2 13.7 13.9
Global Engagement Survey Engagement Indicator(%)
★KPI★
Target: Over 83% by FY2030
EBARA Group*7 - - - 7578


Work-Life Balance

Programs promoting work-life balance Details

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Annual work hours per employee ★KPI★
Target: Less than 1,920 hours by FY2022
EBARA*3 - 2,045 2,026 1,9611,977
Domestic Group*4- 1,991 1,997 1,938*51,917
Paid holiday acquisition rate (%)★KPI★
Target: Over 80% (Average 16 days) by FY 2022
EBARA* 72.10 72.50 72.60 81.3570.70
Number of employees who took childcare leave Male EBARA*3 2 1 3 1012
Female EBARA*3 51 47 54 2541
Male & Female Total 53 48 57 3553
Childcare leave acquisition rate (%) Male EBARA*3 - - 3.6 10.3 11.2
Female EBARA*3 - - 100 100 100
Paternity leave acquisition rate (%)★KPI★
Target: 100% by FY2022
EBARA*3- - - 67.667.5
Ratio of employees returning to work full time after childcare leave (%) EBARA*3 100 99.0 100 71.4 100
Number of times employees who took time off for eldercare EBARA*3 53 48 69 5 51
Domestic Group*4 - 20 33 20*5 3
Total 53 68 102 25*5 54
Number of employees who took eldercare leave EBARA*3 2 2 4 1 2
Domestic Group*4 0 0 2 7*5 0
Total 2 2 6 8*5 2
Number of employees using telecommuting program*14 Male EBARA*3 - - 6 7 36
Female EBARA*3 - - 32 21 33
Male & Female Total EBARA*3 - - 38 28 69
Ratio of female employees using telecommuting program to facilitate childcare(%)★KPI★
Target: Over 10% by FY2022*14
EBARA*3 - - - 6.76.5
Number of employees using staggered attendance time scheme Male EBARA*3 31 49 57 52 55
Female EBARA*3 18 19 17 17 24
Male & Female Total EBARA*3 49 68 74 69 79
Number of employees using shortened working hours program Male EBARA*3 0 3 3 4 4
Female EBARA*3 143 171 199 156 147
Male & Female Total EBARA*3 143 174 202 160 151


Human Resource Development

Personnel Affairs and Human Resource Development Policy Yes
Human Resource Development (HRD) Programs Details

                                                 
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of employees that participated in a HRD program EBARA*3 2,303 2,450 2,661 3,155 2,855
Amount of time spent in HRD programs (hours) EBARA*3 49,728 43,530 52,377 51,802 29,327
Average time spent in HRD programs per employee (hours) EBARA*3 11.1 9.7 12.0 12.9 7.2
Investment in HRD Program (thousands of Yen) EBARA*3 141,570 139,442 215,437 181,761 95,666
Average cost per participant (yen) EBARA*3~31,000 ~31,000 ~49,175 ~45,259~23,639


Occupational Health and Safety

EBARA Group Safety and Health Management Declaration Details
EBARA Group Safety and Health Policy Yes
Occupational Health and Safety Organizational Chart Yes
Initiatives for Health and Safety Promotion Details

                               
Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of fatal accidents Employees EBARA*3 0 0 0 0 0
Non-regular Employees EBARA*3 0 0 0 0 0
Employees Domestic Group*4 0 0 0 0 0
Non-regular Employees Domestic Group*4 0 0 0 0 0
Overseas Group*6 - - - 0 0
Lost time incident rate (LTIR) (%)*15 EBARA*3 0.13 0.00 0.13 0.000.64
Japan consolidated - 0.32 0.32 0.64 0.83
Overseas Group*6 - 5.28 2.62 2.83 2.96
EBARA Group*7 - 2.92 1.59 1.84 1.99
Total recordable incident rate (TRIR)*16 ★KPI★
Target: 0.80 by FY23/12 (Japan Consolidated only)
EBARA*3 - - 2.81 2.01 2.18
Japan consolidated - - 3.69 3.53 3.13
Overseas Group*6 - - 4.50 4.22 3.99
EBARA Group*7 - - 4.14 3.92 3.60
Number of industrial accidents*17 EBARA*3 19 12 26 16 18
Domestic Group*4 45 24 35 33 32
Total 64 36 61 49 50


Community Contributions

Social Contribution Policy Yes
Social Contribution Activities Details

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Social contribution activities (millions of Yen) Total Expenditures EBARA*3 & Domestic Consolidated Subsidiaries 435 373 513 543 825
of which, direct donations (millions of yen) EBARA*3 & Domestic Consolidated Subsidiaries 217 26 299 118 517
of which, political donations EBARA*3 0 0 0 0 0


Social Footnotes
*1 Nine-months of data (April 1 to December 31, 2017) are represented in fiscal year ended 17/12 due to a change in the settlement date used by EBARA. Prior fiscal years represent data collected from April 1 to March 31 and following fiscal year data is from January 1 to December 31.  
*2 Data from March 2016 to December 2017 includes Inside Directors and Company Auditors. Prior to March 2015, EBARA was a Company with a Board of Company Auditors and as such, the number of directors and executives included Inside Directors & Company Auditors, this was changed upon the implementation of the new human resources system which changed the definition of "Officer/Executive-level." 
*3 EBARA: Indicates EBARA Corporation only. 
*4 Domestic Group: Major domestic consolidated subsidiaries (approx. 97% of all domestic employees, excluding affiliates not accounted for by the equity method). Does not include EBARA Corporation data.
*5 Data was revised upon most recent update.
*6 Overseas Group: Major overseas consolidated subsidiaries (approx. 97% of all overseas employees, excluding affiliates not accounted for by the equity method). Some data may have a higher or lower coverage ratio due to exclusion of some companies for incomplete data entry.
*7 EBARA Group: Total of EBARA*3, Domestic Group*4, and Overseas Group*6. 
*8 Temporary Staff: Includes any staff not working full-time (e.g., part-time/contractors, etc.). This data excludes Directors and dispatch workers. This data is calculated based on the average number employed that year.
*9 Employee union membership ratio: The EBARA Group upholds the freedom of association and the respects the right to collective bargaining. The calculation of membership ratio was revised in March 2020 to more accurately reflect our union membership. Previously, management-level employees were included in the denominator. However, management-level employees are not applicable for union membership, in accordance with Japanese labor laws, and so we revised the past data to fit the correct equation, using the number of all applicable employees (i.e., total non-management employees) as the denominator. Information on the consolidated Group's union situation can be found in the Securities Report (Japanese language-only) on page 9. In fiscal year ended 20/12, there were no notable items to report regarding the unions' relationship with the company. In addition to the above, some overseas consolidated subsidiaries are members of external labor unions, such as by industry. There were no notable items to report regarding their relationship with the company in fiscal year ended 20/12.
*10 Data is gathered and disclosed in alignment with the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace's requirement to collect and analyze data. Employee is defined as a person engaging in an employment contract and excludes executive officers in consignment contracts.  
*11 Data up to fiscal year ended December 2017 includes those employed by EBARA Corporation directly. Data from fiscal year ended December 2012 includes both EBARA Corporation and EBARA MEISTER CO., LTD.
*12 Voluntary turnover rate: Refers to termination of labor contract due to the request of the worker. It does not include retirees or disciplinary dismissals. Calculated as: Number of workers that terminated their contract during the fiscal year / Number of Total Employees at end of the fiscal year .  
*13 Total turnover rate: Refers to number of employees who retired during the fiscal year (excluding those who retired at mandatory retirement age or disciplinary dismissals) / Number of employees at end of the fiscal year.
*14 Data shows participation by employees applicable under the original parameters of the program. Excludes participation of persons applicable only under the current "With CORONA" period.
*15 Lost time incident rate (LTIR): The rate of lost time injuries occurring in a workplace ((Number of casualties or lost-time injuries due to occupational accidents/Total hours worked) x 1,000,000). 
*16 Total recordable incident rate (TRIR): The rate of all incidents compared to amount of time worked. Calculated as: (All recordable incidents / Total number of actual working hours)X1,000,000). Includes non-working injury + lost time - fatal work injuries. 
*17 Number of Industrial Accidents: Total number of industrial accidents including accidents not serious enough to result in missed work.

G- Governance

Corporate Governance

Board of Directors

Ebara Leadership (List of Directors and Executive Officers and their resumes) Details
FY20 Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Board of Directors

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Inside Directors Male EBARA*2 7 6 6 4 3
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0
Total EBARA*2 7 7 6 6 3
Number of Independent Directors Male EBARA*2 5 5 6 6 5
Female EBARA*2 2 2 1 1 2
Total EBARA*2 7 7 7 7 7
Number of Inside Directors concurrently serving as Executive Officers EBARA*2 3 3 3 1 1
Ratio of Inside Directors concurrently serving as Executive Officers (%) EBARA*2 21 23 23 9 9
Ratio of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 50 54 54 63 70
Ratio of Female Directors (%) EBARA*2 14 15 7 9 20
Average Age of Directors EBARA*2 64 65 64 65 66
Number of Board Meetings Held EBARA*2 14 11 14 14 15
Average Board Meeting Attendance (%) EBARA*2 97.5 99.3 98.4 100 99.3
Average Board Meeting Attendance of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 95.0 98.7 96.7 100 99.0


Nomination Committee

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Inside Directors Male EBARA*2 1 1 1 1 1
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0
Number of Independent Directors Male EBARA*2 1 1 2 2 2
Female EBARA*2 1 1 0 0 0
Total EBARA*2 3 3 3 3 3
Ratio of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 66.7 66.7 66.7 66.7 66.7
Ratio of Female Directors (%) EBARA*2 33.3 33.3 0 0 0
Number of Meetings Held EBARA*2 7 13 13 16 13
Attendance Rate (%) EBARA*2 100 100 100 100 100
Attendance of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 100 100 100 100 100


Compensation Committee

Directors and Executive Compensation Details  Please find further information included in our Corporate Governance Report (P.26-33)

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Inside Directors Male EBARA*2 1 0 0 0 0
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0
Number of Independent Directors Male EBARA*2 2 3 3 3 2
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 1
Total EBARA*2 3 3 3 3 3
Ratio of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 66.7 100 100 100 100
Ratio of Female Directors (%) EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 33.3
Number of Meetings Held EBARA*2 3 6 6 10 7
Attendance Rate (%) EBARA*2 100 100 94.4 100 100
Attendance of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 100 100 94.4 100 100


Audit Committee

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Inside Directors Male EBARA*2 2 2 2 2 1
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0
Number of Independent Directors Male EBARA*2 2 2 2 2 2
Female EBARA*2 1 1 1 1 1
Total EBARA*2 5 5 5 5 4
Ratio of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 60 60 60 60 75
Ratio of Female Directors (%) EBARA*2 20 20 20 20 25
Number of Meetings Held EBARA*2 14 11 14 14 17
Attendance Rate (%) EBARA*2 98.6 96.4 98.4 100 100
Attendance of Independent Directors (%) EBARA*2 97.7 94.0 97.3 100 100


Executive Structure

EBARA Leadership (List of Directors and Executive Officers and their Resumes) Details

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Executive Officers Male EBARA*2 13 12 13 14 14
Female EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0
Total EBARA*2 13 12 13 14 14
Ratio of Female Executive Officers (%) EBARA*2 0 0 0 0 0


Compliance

EBARA Group's Corporate Ethics Framework Details
EBARA Group Code of Conduct Yes
EBARA Group's Compliance System Details

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Compliance Consultations to Hotline EBARA*2 & Domestic consolidated subsidiaries 51 39 42 49 44
(Accepts reports of suspected ethical/legal wrongdoing, as well as possible human rights violations, etc.)
Number of Compliance Liaisons*4 EBARA*2 & Domestic consolidated subsidiaries 80 83 96 96 94
Number of Companies with EBARA Group Hotlines Overseas Group*5 7 10 15 17 19
Number of Compliance Consultations to EBARA Group Hotlines Overseas Group*5 - - 0 0 0
(Accepts reports of suspected ethical/legal wrongdoing, as well as possible human rights violations, etc.)


Anti-Corruption

Basic Anti-Corruption Policy Details
Anti-Corruption Program Details
Anti-Corruption System Details

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
Number of Employees Disciplined for Violations of Anti-Corruption Policy EBARA Group*6 0 0 0 1 0
Number of violations of legal obligations/regulations regarding anti-corruption EBARA Group*6 0 0 0 0 0
Cost of fines as a result of violations of legal obligations/regulations regarding anti-corruption (yen) EBARA Group*6 0 0 0 0 0


Quality/Customer Relationship Management

Data Coverage FY17/3 FY17/12*1 FY18/12 FY19/12 FY20/12
ISO 9001 Certification Ratio Domestic Manufacturing Facilities (%) EBARA Group*6 88.9 100 100 100 100
Overseas Manufacturing Facilities (%) EBARA Group*6 75 93.3 100 100 100


Governance Footnotes
*1 Nine-months of data (April 1 to December 31, 2017) are represented in fiscal year ended 17/12 due to a change in the settlement date used by EBARA. Prior fiscal years represent data collected from April 1 to March 31 and following fiscal year data is from January 1 to December 31. 
*2 EBARA : Indicates EBARA Corporation only.
*3 Domestic Group: Domestic consolidated subsidiaries (excluding affiliates not accounted for by the equity method.) 
*4 Compliance Liaisons: People appointed at workplaces nationwide, including at EBARA and all domestic subsidiaries, to act has an on-site hotline/first response to issues regarding compliance. Liaisons have important roles in promoting compliance awareness in the workplace, identifying compliance risks on-site, and early detection and resolution of compliance.
*5 Overseas Group: Overseas consolidated subsidiaries (excluding affiliates not accounted for by the equity method). Number of consultation data coverage is limited to 19 companies in 8 countries where hotlines have been established.
*6 EBARA Group: EBARA Corporation and all domestic and overseas consolidated subsidiaries. 

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