Data – Shwe Taung Group

Data

Dashboard

All the data have been reviewed by our management. The quantitative data cover the calendar year 2019, except for the financial data that cover from April 2018 to March 2019 (FY18/19) unless stated otherwise. The data disclosed have not been audited by a third party.

The perimeter consolidates all the activities by Shwe Taung Group and its 6 Business Divisions: Shwe Taung Building Materials, Shwe Taung Distribution, Shwe Taung Engineering & Construction, Shwe Taung Investment Infrastructure, Shwe Taung Lifestyle, and Shwe Taung Real Estate.

KPIs

Value

GRI Standards

UNGC principles

SDG

Committed Company

Innovation

R&D capital expenditure(millions MMK)

1,444

201-1

9

– of which Environmental capital expenditure (millions MMK)

314

201-1

9

9

Tax

Tax paid to the government (millions MMK)

28,155

207-4

16

Suppliers

Number of suppliers

1,978

204-1

12

– Number of local suppliers

1,924

204-1

12

Philanthropy

Donations (millions MMK)

1,577

203-1

9

Number of yearly beneficiaries

100,000

203-1

9

Number of events

22

413-1

1

Respectful Workplace

Headcount

Headcount

7,019

102-8

6

8

Split by gender

– Number of female employees

2,196

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

4,823

405-1

6

5, 8

Split by age

– Number of employees below 30

3,347

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of employees between 30 and 50

3,123

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of employees above 50

549

405-1

6

5, 8


Split by status

– Number of permanent employees

4,527

102-8

6

5, 8

– Number of employees with a different type of contract

2,492

102-8

6

5, 8

Training

Training expenditures (millions MMK)

389

201-1

6

2, 5, 9

Number of training sessions

894

404-1

6

4, 8

Number of trainees

17,852

404-1

6

4, 8

Number of training hours

205,429

404-1

6

4, 8

Average number of hours per trainee

12

404-1

6

4, 8

Career

Number of engineers

893

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female engineers

297

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male engineers

596

405-1

6

5, 8

% of female managers and engineers

38%

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of employees in top management

27

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

8

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

19

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of employees in senior management

103

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

46

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

57

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of employees in middle management

339

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

138

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

202

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of employees in junior management

516

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

227

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

289

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of employees in operations

6,034

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

1,776

405-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

4,258

405-1

6

5, 8

Number of people promoted to top management

1

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

1

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

0

404-3

6

5, 8


Number of people promoted to senior management

7

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

0

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

7

404-3

6

5, 8


Number of people promoted to middle management

24

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

10

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

14

404-3

6

5, 8


Number of people promoted to junior management

52

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

15

404-3

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

37

404-3

6

5, 8

Working Conditions

Total number of hours of absence due to sickness and occupational disease

51,821

403-10

6

8

Absenteeism rate

6%

401-1

6

5, 8

Total departures

1,687

401-1

6

5, 8

New employee hires

1,847

401-1

6

5, 8

– Number of female employees

652

401-1

6

5, 8

– Number of male employees

1,195

401-1

6

5, 8

Turnover rate

24%

401-1

6

8

Number of people with disability

1

405-1

6

5, 8

Pay gap between male and female

0

405-2

6

8, 10

Social Dialogue

Number of grievances received by WGC

44

406-1

6

5, 8, 16

– Number of grievances solved

44

406-1

6

5, 8, 16

– Number of grievances still pending

0

406-1

6

5, 8, 16

Safety

Number of lost-time accidents

28

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s employees

23

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s contractors and suppliers

5

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s visitors

0

403-9

6

8

Fatalities

2

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s employees

2

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s contractors and suppliers

0

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s visitors

0

403-9

6

8

Fatality rate

(fatalities/million hours worked)

0.13

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s employees

0.13

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s contractors and suppliers

0

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s visitors

0

403-9

6

8

Frequency rate

(accidents/million hours worked)

1.77

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s employees

1.56

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s contractors and suppliers

0.32

403-9

6

8

– involving STG’s visitors

0

403-9

6

8

Severity rate

(lost workdays per million hours worked)

25.48

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s employees

16.40

403-9

6

8

– for STG’s contractors and suppliers

9.08

403-9

6

8

Responsible industrial player

Waste

Quantity of waste produced (t)

3,698

306-1

8

12

Quantity of waste recycled (t)

1,255

306-1

8

12

Resource Management

Kiln fuels (t)

249,040

301-1

7, 8

8, 12

Total raw materials for clinker produced (t)

2,180,413

301-1

7, 8

8, 12

Water

Quantity of water consumed (m3)

1,007,864

303-1

7, 8

6

Quantity of water recycled (m3)

17,127

303-3

8

6, 12

Total water withdrawal (m3)

817,936

303-2

8

12

Water discharge (m3)

451,507

306-1

8

3, 6, 12, 14

Biodiversity

Number of endangered species with habitats in areas
affected by operations

9

304-4

7, 8, 9

15

Number of acres protected/restored

7,199

304-3

7, 8, 9

15

Pollution

Number of spills/accidents

0

306-3

89

12, 14

Energy

Energy consumed (GWh)

1,397

302-1

7, 8

12, 13

Quantity of renewable energy produced (GWh)

353

203-1

7, 8, 9

5, 7, 9

Energy saved (GWh)

1.8

302-4

7, 8

7, 8, 13

Carbon

Carbon emissions (t CO2e)

763,746

305

7, 8

13

Scope 1 (t CO2e)

725,223

305-1

7, 8

13

Scope 2 (t CO2e)

37,659

305-2

7, 8

13

Scope 3 (t CO2e)

864

305-3

7, 8

13

Good Corporate Citizen

Business ethics

Number of complaints received by the Code of Conduct Compliance Committee

44

205-3

406-1

6, 10

5, 8, 16

– Of which number of complaints received by the Workers’
Grievance Committee

44

205-3

406-1

6, 10

5, 8, 16

– Other types of complaints

0

205-3

406-1

6, 10

16

Number of complaints resolved

44

205-3

406-1

6, 10

16

– Of which number of complaints received by the Workers’
Grievance Committee

44

205-3

406-1

6, 10

16

– Number of contracts terminated

2

205-3

406-1

6, 10

16

– Number of actions taken to answer employees’ concerns

19

Fines paid for non-compliance issues (millions MMK)

1.6

419-1

16

Number of SIA/EIA/HRIA submitted to the government

5

412-3

3

Stakeholders management

Number of complaints received from customers

1,501

416-2

16

Number of grievances received

24

103

16

– Number of grievances solved

24

103

16

– Number of actions taken to respond to communities’
concerns

71

103

16

– Number of partnerships signed with Myanmar organizations

7

102

17