2021 sustainability report

Norilsk Nickel
Harjavalta
key quantitative
indicators

Headcount*
Average headcount, including: 294.5
blue-collar employees 167.08
men 156.25
women 10.83
managers and white-collar employees 127.42
men 61.25
women 66.17
including:
white-collar employees 91.75
men 35.08
women 56.67
managers 35.67
men 26.17
women 9.5
Average headcount as at the latest reporting date 283
Energy consumption within the organisation
Electric power, TJ 586.8
Thermal energy in steam, TJ 799.7
Thermal energy in hot water, TJ 544.3
Water withdrawal
Total water withdrawal, ‘000 m3 11,742
Surface water bodies, ‘000 m3 11,420
Underground sources, ‘000 m3 318
Effluents from third parties, ‘000 m3 0
Natural water inflow, ‘000 m3 0
Municipal and other water utilities, ‘000 m3 4
Water discharge
Total effluents, ‘000 m3 11,813
By treatment category
insufficiently treated, ‘000 m3 0
contaminated untreated, ‘000 m3 0
treated to standard quality at treatment facilities, ‘000 m3 1,065
standard clean (without treatment), ‘000 m3 10,744
By destination
Surface water bodies, ‘000 m3 11,809
Underground water bodies, ‘000 m3 0
Sea or ocean water bodies, ‘000 m3 0
Effluents to municipal and other water utilities, ‘000 m3 4
By quality category
fresh water, ‘000 m3 0
other water, ‘000 m3 11,813
Pollutants in effluents, kt 31
Water consumption
Total water used, ‘000 m3 11,742
water used for utility and other needs, ‘000 m3 4
water used for production needs, ‘000 m3 11,738
including water reused, ‘000 m3 0
including water recycled, ‘000 m3 83
Amount of land (owned or leased, and managed for production activities or extractive use) disturbed or rehabilitated
Total disturbed area, beginning of period, ha 46
New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria
Number of Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta’s new suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria 8
New employee hires and employee turnover
Number of new employee hires 53
women 17
men 36
29 y. o. and below 45
30 through 44 y. o. 5
over 45 y. o. 3
Number of terminated employments 54
women 20
men 34
29 y. o. and below 35
30 through 44 y. o. 11
over 45 y. o. 8
Parental leave
Employees back from maternity leave and/or 18/36 month child care leave (over the reporting period) 10
men 7
women 3
Worker participation, consultation, and communication on occupational health and safety
Number of joint health and safety committees (commissions) 2
Work-related injuries
Total work-related fatalities, including / Total work-related injuries, including 0
men 0
women 0
Total high-consequence work-related injuries, including / high-consequence work-related injuries (excluding fatalities) 0
men 0
women 0
Total minor work-related injuries, including / Total minor work-related injuries 0
men 0
women 0
Small injuries (injuries with no loss of ability to work and no transfer to another job and/or part-time work, but with the injured seeking treatment at a medical facility) 359
Dangerous occurrences 316
Work-related ill health
Total occupational diseases, including 0
men 0
women 0
Average hours of training per year per employee
Total training man-hours 7,167
including men, man-hours 5,513
including women, man-hours 1,654
including managers, man-hours 644
including white-collar employees, man-hours 1,660
including blue-collar employees, man-hours 4,863
Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews
Number of employees covered by competency assessment for the reporting year 247
men 185
female 62
blue-collar employees 144
white-collar employees 82
managers 21
Number of employees covered by KPI-based assessment for the reporting year 283
men 213
female 70
blue-collar employees 161
white-collar employees 87
managers managers 35