Additional GRI indicators

We included GRI G4 indicators in sections I–X in order to present our results in the area of social responsibility. Below we present the indicators that complement the content presented in previous sections. The data concern KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. unless indicated otherwise.

GRI Indexes:

Total number of employees by work type, employment contract and region broken down by gender

No.Total number of employees (head count) by gender:
Number of employees
2017
1Women1 307
2Men17 046
Total
18 353
No.
Number of employees (head count) by work time:
Number of employees
Total
2017
Women
Men
1Pełny etat1 30417 03918 343
2Niepełny etat3710
Total
1 30717 046 
No.
Number of employees and co-workers (head count) by work time:
Number of employees
Total
2017
KobietyMen
1Part-time
61 5471 633
2Full-time
1 22115 49916 720
Total
1 22717 046 
No..Number of employees and co-workers (headcount) by:
Liczba pracownikówTotal
2017
Women
Men
1Employed for a specif ed period
32161193
2Employed for an unspecified period
-22
3Employed under service contracts
72734
4Self-employed
-1616
5Supervised and/or seasonal workers
--0
Total39206 
GRI Indexes:

Number of employees covered by a collective labour agreement (percentage of the total number of employees)

Total number of employees:
Number of employees
2017
Total number of employees covered by collective labour agreements
18 299
Total number of employees
18 356
Percentage of employees covered by the collective labour agreement
99,69
GRI Indexes:

Total number and rate of new employee hires, dismissals and employee turnover, by age, gender, and region

1.Total number of employees (headcount) by:
Number of employees (headcount)
Number of new employee hires (headcount) in a given group
Percentage of new employee hires
2017
1Women1 307916,96 proc.
2Men17 0469775,73 proc.
Total18 3531 0685,82 proc.
2.Total number of employees (headcount) by age group
Number of employees (headcount)
Number of employee turnover (headcount)
Rate of employee turnover
2017
1<302 51262624,92 proc
230-5012 4644113,3, proc.
3>503 377310,92 proc.
Total
18 3531 0685,82 proc.
3.3. Total number of employee turnover (headcount) by:
Number of employees (headcount)
Employee turnover (headcount) in a given age group
Rate of employee turnover
2017
1Women1 307826,27 proc.
2Men17 0468945,24 proc.
Total
18 3539765,32 proc.
4.Total number of employee turnover (headcount) by age group:
Number of employees (headcount)
Employee turnover (headcount) in a given age group
Rate of employee turnover
2017
1<302 512491,95 proc.
230-5012 4644063,26 proc.
3>503 37752115,43 proc.
Total
18 3539765,32 proc.
GRI Indexes:

Return to work and retention rates after parental leave, by gender

4.Total employee turnover (headcount) by age group:
Women
Men
2017
1Number of employees that took parental leave:
57796
2Number of employees who returned to work after parental leave ended
30751
3Number of employees who returned to work after parental leave ended who were still employed twelve months after their return to work
1749
4Return to work rate (A)
90,00 proc.
100,00 proc.
5Retention rate (B)
97,22 proc.98,94 proc.
GRI Indexes:

Employee remuneration at the lowest level by gender compared to minimum wage on the respective market in the Company’s main locations

Location.WomenMen
Average employee wage at the lowest level
Ratio of remuneration at the lowest level to minimum wage
Average employee wage at the lowest level
Ratio of remuneration at the lowest level to minimum wage
Poland2 000 PLN4 066,77 PLN2,033 668,31 PLN1,83

None of the employees of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. is paid minimum wage.

GRI Indexes:

Rates of injury, work-place related illnesses, lost days, and absenteeism, as well as number of work-related fatalities by region and gender.


Women
Men
Women
Men
2017
2016
Łączna liczba wypadków (incydentów) przy pracy
3
297
3
367
Liczba wypadków (incydentów) śmiertelnych
-
2
-
13
Liczba wypadków ciężkich (incydentów)
-
4
-
2
Liczba wypadków lekkich (incydentów)
-
294
3
352
Całkowita  liczba osób poszkodowanych w wypadkach
300
370

Incident rate (IR, calculated as the total number of injuries in accidents/employment x 1,000)

Women
Men
OgółemWomen
Men
Ogółem
20172016
0,1616,3216,480,1620,1820,35

Total number of days of incapacity for work due to accidents at work (LDR, calculated as the ratio of the total number of lost days to the number of planned hours of work of employees in the reported period* 200,000)

Women
Men
OgółemWomen
Men
Ogółem
20172016
5120 27820 4293923 10823 147
11401410160160

Accident severity rate (calculated as the number of days of incapacity for work due to an accident/number of accidents)

Women
Men
OgółemWomen
Men
Ogółem
20172016
50,3368,7468,5513,0065,2364,79

Occupational disease rate (ODR, calculated as less the number of cases of occupational diseases/ the total number of hours worked by all employees in a given period * 200,000)

Women
MenOgółemWomen
Men
Ogółem
20172016
-0,090,09-0,050,05
GRI Indexes:

Employees particularly susceptible to workplace-related illnesses

No.Identified hazard from factors harmful or dangerous to health
Information which types of positioned (groups of employees) are particularly exposed to increased risk of incidence of specific diseases due to their professional activities
Number of employees working in hazardous/ risky conditions
Information why there is a particular exposure to occupational diseases
Description of the mitigation measures taken by the organization (such as health protection programs, OHS programs, etc.)
Percentage of employees working on positions exposed to high risk of occupational disease, with regard to whom preventive measures were taken - including occupational risk assessment
1Industrial fibrogenic dust
Miners
1 120Work technologies and systems
Personal protective equipment
100 proc.
2Carcinogenic chemicals
Metallurgists
812Composition of the processed concentrates Pyrometallurgical process
Technical and organizational measures, including personal protective equipment
100 proc.
3Noise
Miners
5200Equipment
Technical and organizational measures, including personal protective equipment
100 proc.
4Vibration
Metallurgists
602Machinery and equipment
Technical and organizational measures, including new, innovative machinery and equipment
100 proc.
5Heat
Employees of ore processing plants
3255High depth of exploitation
Centralized, mine face, and workplace air-conditioning, ventilation, organization of work
100 proc.
6Excessive physical burden
Miners
1982Technological process
Mechanization of tasks, modernization of processes and organization of work
100 proc.
GRI Indexes:

Amount of land (owned or leased, and managed for production activities or extractive use) disturbed or rehabilitated

KGHM Polska Miedź S.A.
No.LandQuantity (ha)
2017
1Amount of land disturbed and not yet rehabilitated (A: opening balance)
6 715,0873 ha
2Amount of land disturbed during the reporting period (B)
3,7774 ha
3Amount of land rehabilitated to the agreed end use during the reporting period (C)
20,0657 ha
4Sum of land disturbed and not yet rehabilitated (D: as at the end of the period)
6 725,5634 ha
KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. i Sierra Gorda S.C.M.
No.
Land
Quantity (ha)
2017
1
Total amount of land
43 024 ha
2
Amount of land disturbed before 2017
4 751 ha
3
Amount of land disturbed in 2017
136 ha
4
Amount of land rehabilitated in 2017
0 ha
5
Amount of land rehabilitated before 2017
227 ha
4
Sum of undisturbed land
38 136 ha
GRI Indexes:

Total amount (overburden, rock, waste and effluents) and a description of the associated risks

KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. i Sierra Gorda S.C.M.
Total amount (overburden, rock, waste and effluents)
Quantity (t)
20172016
Overburden
00
Non-mineralized rock
187 230 033
167 097 565
Leached material
0
4 266 505
Slag heaps
52 297 646
51 428 080
Sediments
0
27
GRI Indexes:

W raportowanym okresie nie odnotowano strajków, ani lokautów, których czas trwania przekroczył tydzień.

GRI Indexes:

Direct and indirect energy consumption by the organization

Non-renewable raw materials
unitvalue
Natural gas
m33 015 143
Gasolinel470 285
Oil
l14 123
Heating oil
l0
Diesel
l173 465 933
Butane
m30
Propane
l1 268 194
Ethane
m30
renewable raw materials
unitvalue
Biopaliwal0
Etanoll0
Wodórl0
Inne
0
Electricity
unitvalue
Purchased
kWh1 450 334 889
Generated independently
kWh0
Sold
kWh0
GRI Indexes:

Energy intensity

Energy intensity
Valuesunit
2017
Dividend - total energy consumption (GJ, MWh)
3 654 608
MWh
Divisor - to be selected
522 022
t
Energy intensity indicator
7,000 869 695
MWh/t of electrolytic Cu
GRI Indexes:

Reducing energy consumption

No.Activity conducted to save energy
Amount of energy saved as a result of the actions taken (Gj/MWh)
2017
2016
Initiative/project 1
Redesigning and streamlining processes
 - Replacement or modernization of equipment
 - Changes in employee habits and behaviour
- Changes in systems/procedures
77 568
64 279
Initiative/project 2
Redesigning and streamlining processes
 - Replacement or modernization of equipment
 - Changes in employee habits and behaviour
 - Changes in systems/procedures
45 264
44 148
Initiative/project 3
Redesigning and streamlining processes
 - Replacement or modernization of equipment
 - Changes of employee habits and behavior
 - Changes in systems / procedures
1 525
1 525
Total124 357
104 835
GRI Indexes:

Total water usage by source

KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. i Sierra Gorda S.C.M.
Total water usage by source
Quantity (m3 )
2017
Surface water
1 463 163
Underground water
23 776 119
Runof
1 081 259
Water pipe water
132 101
Marine water
26 055 768
Total52 508 410
GRI Indexes:
The operation of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A.’s installations does not exert an adverse impact on naturally valuable species and areas, including the ones covered by the program Natura 2000.
GRI Indexes:

Total number of species in the ICUN Red List (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) and on the national conservation lists of species at risk identified in the area of the organization’s impact ordered by level of extinction risk.

KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. w 2017 r.
No.Level of risk of extinction of species
Species identified in the area subject to the organization’s impact
1At extreme risk
1
2At risk
0
3In jeopardy of extinction
0
4Risks are close
0
5No at risk at the present time
0
KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. i Sierra Gorda S.C.M. w 2017 r.
l.p.Level of risk of extinction of species
Species identified in the area subject to the organization’s impact
1At extreme risk
1
2At risk
6
3In jeopardy of extinction
5
4Risks are close
1
5No at risk at the present time
11
GRI Indexes:

Direct greenhouse gas emissions

No.Direct emissions
Greenhouse gas emissions [tCO2 e]
Greenhouse gases incorporated in calculations
2017Description
1Emissions related to the generation of electrical energy
192 850Blast furnace gases exported to the company Energetyka (under EU ETS treated as Energetyka’s emissions)
2Emissions related to the generation of heat
71 642Emissions related to the burning of natural gas and heating oil
3Emissions from cooling processes and the generation of steam
 None
4Emissions from physical and chemical processing
1 091 018Emisja procesowa
5Hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions
34 325Cooling agents and electrical insulators (SF6)
6Emissions related to the transport of materials, products and waste
99 192Motor fuels
Suma emisji bezpośrednich1 489 027
7Emissions of biogenic carbon dioxide in metric tons of CO2  equivalent
39 326It also contains the transfer of biological carbon in the blast furnace gas to the company Energetyka’s combined heat and power plant
GRI Indexes:

Concentration of greenhouse gas emissions

No.Concentration of greenhouse gas emissions
2017Unit
1Quantity of total GHG emissions (in tons of CO2equivalent)
3 508 747t
2Selected divisor
522 021,959t
3CO2 intensity
6,721 455 673
GRI Indexes:

Emission of NOx, SOx and other significant compounds emitted into the air

No.
Emission of NOx, SOx and other significant compounds emitted into the air
Weight of significant emissions into the air (in tons)
2017
2016
1
NOx
1 499,4
1 488
2
SOx
1 054,7
3 207
3
Dust (PM
68,9
104
GRI Indexes:

The total volume of effluents by quality and destination.

No.Effluents removal site
Volume (in m3 )
20172016
1
To underground water
230 000
230 000
2
To surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.)
20 993 571
20 196 489
3
To municipal companies
9 239 503
8 499 124
4
Sum of the total quantity of sewage
30 463 074
28 925 613
No.Method of treating sewage
Volume (in m3 )
20172016
1
Through the organization
20 993 571
20 196 489
2
Through the sewage treatment plant
9 239 503
8 499 124
3Sum of the treated sewage
30 233 074
28 695 613
GRI Indexes:

Total amount and volume of significant spills

No.Number of complaints associated with environmental impact
Number and volume of spills in 2017
Number
Volume (in m3 )
1
Leak of diesel fuel from the tank of a truck onto the surface of an internal asphalt road at Smelter I (HMG)
1
56
GRI Indexes:

Total value of fines for non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations (PLN)



KGHM
reasons for imposing the sanction
2017
Total value of fines for non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations [PLN]
8 204,00
Failure to adhere to the permit’s conditions
Number of non-financial, administrative and judicial sanctions imposed on the organization for non-compliance with environmental legislation, including international declarations / conventions / treaties and national, regional and local laws, as well as voluntary arrangements with regulatory bodies that are considered binding.
0


GRI Indexes:

Total expenditures and investments for environmental protection

No.Number of complaints associated with environmental impact
2017
1
Costs of recycling waste, treating emissions and reclamation (PLN)
14 265 500
2
Costs and capital expenditures to prevent and manage environmental protection (PLN)
368 985 100
GRI Indexes:

Number of complaints associated with environmental impact examined and solved by employing the formal mechanisms in force in the organization.

No.Number of complaints associated with environmental impact
2017
1
Total number of complaints associated with environmental impact filed during the reporting period under the formal complaint submission process
24
2
Number of submitted cases accepted for examination
24
3
Number of submitted cases that have been solved
24
GRI Indexes:

Monetary value of penalties and total number of non-financial sanctions for non-compliance with the law and regulations

KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. and Sierra Gorda S.C.M. w 2017 r.
Fines in 2017
UnitValue
TotalUSD109,041
GRI Indexes:

Monetary value of penalties and total number of non-financial sanctions for non-compliance with the law and regulations

KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. and Sierra Gorda S.C.M. w 2017 r.
Fines in 2017
UnitValue
TotalUSD
109 041
GRI Indexes:
Client satisfaction survey results

In 2017, just as in the previous year, KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. did not have any cases of non-compliance with regulations and voluntary codes regulating marketing communications, including advertising, promotion and sponsorship. In 2017 no legal steps were taken against the Company regarding instances of violating the principles of free competition or monopolistic practices.

GRI Indexes:
No.

Stakeholder group
Approach and type of engagement shown by the group of stakeholders (e.g. surveys, satisfaction research, dialogue sessions, etc.)
Frequency of engagement by type
Key issues and problem areas raised by stakeholders
1
Institutional investors
Participation in investor conferences and non-deal roadshows (meetings with investment fund managers)
14 investor conferences and 1 roadshow a year (approximately 250 meetings)
Financial aspects of the operation of the Company and the Group, the target production levels of metals, the quantum of capital expenditures and replacement expenditures, the status of projects under execution, development projects, stance concerning the metals market, dividend policy, mine tax on extracting some minerals
2
Institutional investors, retail investors, stock market analysts, local community, local governments, employees
Publication of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A.’s Strategy for 2017- 2021 with an outlook to 2040
1 time a year
Tenets of the Strategy and the prospects for the Company’s growth
3
Institutional investors, retail investors, stock market analysts, financial journalists, market regulator
Results conferences after the publication of the financial statements of the Company and the Group (online webcast)
and the Group (online webcast) 4 times a year
Economic results of the Company and the Group, macroeconomic environment, key domestic projects, key foreign projects
4
Institutional investors, retail investors, stock market analysts, market regulator, financial journalists
Discharging reporting duties: publication of current reports, publication of financial reports
34 current reports and 5 financial reports
Economic results of the Company and the Group, macroeconomic environment, key domestic projects, key foreign projects
5
Institutional investors, stock market analysts
Direct meetings in the Company’s registered office and representative office
In response to submitted requests
Economic results of the Company and the Group, macroeconomic environment, key domestic projects, key foreign projects
6
Institutional investors, retail investors, stock market analysts, financial journalists
E-mail and phone communication (responses to questions posed by the market)
Continuously
Economic results of the Company and the Group, macroeconomic environment, key domestic projects, key foreign projectsEconomic results of the Company and the Group, macroeconomic environment, key domestic projects, key foreign projects
7
Retail investors
Investor chats (following the publication of results) dedicated to retail investors
1 time a year
Recap of production and economic results in H1, tax on the extraction of some minerals, copper price forecast, development of Sierra Gorda, capital expenditures in Poland, Victoria Project, C1 cost
8
Retail investors
“Wall Street 21” Conference organized by the Individual Investors Association
1 time a year
Operations of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A., key production assets in Poland, key foreign assets, KGHM’s strategy for 2017-2021, challenges facing KGHM in 2017-2021
9
Capital market institutions
Konferencja Programowa Izby Domów Maklerskich
1 time a year
Quality of investor communication
10
Capital market institutions, other public companies
Public Companies’ Investor Relations Congress, Polish Association of Listed Companies
1 time a year
Quality of investor communication

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