Mitsubishi Chemical HoldingsTHE KAITEKI COMPANY

Results of the MOS Indexes

Progress of the MOS Indexes

Progress of the MOS IndexesMCHC has set targets for each of the 22 indexes and evaluates their progress annually. In order to confirm the results of MOS at a glance, we assigned weights to the indexes depending on the importance of each one. Therefore, we can assess progress of our activities based on the number of achievement points. Note that we set the achievement points so that if we achieve the targets for all of the indexes by fiscal 2015, the target fiscal year of APTSIS 15, then the total number of points will be 300. The result for fiscal 2013 was 208 points, 19 points higher than in the previous fiscal year, so we are steadily moving toward the target. MOS Indexes comprise our corporate activities that improve sustainability, so their results are affected by the business environment. However, in fiscal 2014 we will continue to steadily develop activities aimed at achieving the target for fiscal 2015.

List of Results of the MOS Indexes

Fiscal 2013 results compared to fiscal 2015 targets
MOS Indexes by Type
Targets that
must be achieved
Achieve zero occurrences of serious accidents and compliance violations Zero occurrences Achieved good results Zero occurrences

Sustainability [Green] Index

MOS Indexes by Type

Health Index

MOS Indexes by Type

Comfort Index

MOS Indexes by Type
C-1 Deliver products (development and manufacturing) for comfortable lifestyle
C-1-1 Increase sales of comfort-oriented products by ¥400 billion (compared with fiscal 2010) ¥154.0 billion Progress was very slow and a review of activities is necessary ¥193.2 billion
C-1-2 Increase the new product ratio from 16% to 30% 22% Progress was a little slow and more active engagement is necessary 23%
C-2 Improve stakeholder satisfaction
C-2-1 Improve third-party corporate assessments Nikkei NICES*1
Ranking: 72
Achieved good results Nikkei NICES*1
Ranking: 63
C-2-2 Achieve targets for employee-related indexes Target of 58.0% achieved Progress was a little slow and more active engagement is necessary Target of 73.1% achieved
C-2-3 Improve customer satisfaction to 80% or more (78.2%) 78.8%
C-3 Earn recognition of corporate trust
Reduce safety accidents 47% reduction vs. base year*2 Achieved good results 53% reduction vs. base year*2
Reduce environmental accidents 0 incidents Achieved good results 60% reduction vs. base year*2
Reduce claims to products 37% reduction vs. base year*2 Achieved good results 51% reduction vs. base year*2
Reduce the lost-time injuries frequency rate 0.32 Progress was a little slow and more active engagement is necessary 0.16
Assess product safety according to GPS for 70% of products Confirmed for 31% Progress was very slow and a review of activities is necessary Confirmed for 45%
  • *1 The C-2-1 Index is rated by various corporate assessments. Nikkei NICES, which is conducted by a Japanese newspaper, is one of the targets of this assessment.
  • *2 The year with the most accidents or claims from fiscal 2008, 2009, and 2010 has been taken as the base year.