Targets and progress

We track progress against our strategy via a number of measures selected from over 40 key performance indicators identified in collaboration with stakeholders. We are reporting against more performance indicators in 2012, compared to the previous year, as we have consolidated our performance monitoring processes and improved our data capture systems.

Key

  • Target achieved
  • On track
  • Behind schedule
  • Verified by Bureau Veritas

Building a successful business 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
  Carillion will reduce cost and increase profitability by £15m   £10m £20m £30m £40m
  Increase share price to 306.80p (aiming to improve shareholder value by 20% over the long term)   317.00 326.51 336.51 360.96

Enabling low-carbon economies 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
13% reduction in fuel purchased (against a 2011 baseline normalised by turnover)   6% 25% 50% Policy
5% reduction in gas consumption from Carillion offices (against a 2011 degree days normalised baseline)   17% 18% 20% Policy
5% reduction in electricity consumption from Carillion offices (against a 2011 baseline)   3.6% 10% 20% Policy
  100% of UK & Ireland offices and contracts to purchase energy from recognised renewable/green sources   100% Policy Policy Policy
  100% of long-term lease UK offices to have Display Energy Certificates   100% Policy Policy Policy

Protecting the environment 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
87% waste diverted from landfill   86% 91% 100% Policy
Establish a baseline to reduce water consumption   Baseline established 8% reduction 25% reduction Policy
  100% sourced timber will meet FSC or equivalent standards   97% (based on 2011 performance report) Policy Policy Policy
  100% of contracts will have a biodiversity action plan in place to manage restoration   97% 100% in Canada
Policy for rest of Group
Policy Policy

Supporting sustainable communities 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
  20% local spend including SMEs   24% 30% 45% 60%
  50% of Carillion apprentices who complete their framework will have an employment outcome
(note: we published 85% in last year’s report, which was an error)
  75% 85% 90% 100%
100% contracts to have a community needs plan   Bureau Veritas has reviewed a sample of the community needs plan and is satisfied that progress has been made to fully implement and achieve this target in 2013 100% Policy Policy
1% pre-tax profits donated to community activities either in cash or kind   1% 1% 1% 1%

Providing better prospects for our people 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
12% reduction in All Accident Frequency Rate (AAFR) against a 2011 baseline   20% 27% 39% 70%
  72% of employees feel proud to be part of Carillion according to the Carillion Great Debate survey   71% 75% 77% 80%
  6% of employees utilise the Carillion special leave policy for community engagement in areas where we work   9% 6% 22% 50%

Leading the way with our customers and suppliers 

Verified We said   We have We will Short term Long term
  2013 2015 2020
Working towards achieving Level 4 of Sustainable Procurement Task Force (SPTF) Flexible Framework   Plans are in place and working towards Level 4 Level 4 Level 5 Policy
  Top 150 UK suppliers (who account for 60% of UK spend) to provide products and materials that are responsibly and ethically sourced   45 of top 150 UK suppliers have confirmed they have a responsible and ethical sourcing policy in place 45% of Group’s top 250 suppliers 65% of Group’s top 250 suppliers 100% of Group’s top 250 suppliers
  100% of projects will measure and report their sustainability performance through the Sustainability Leadership Plan   90% Policy Policy Policy
  A Carillion sustainable innovation, research and development programme will be established to drive innovation across the Group   A Sustainability Investment Committee has been set up to review monthly innovative proposals from across the Group. In 2012, £632,000 was invested in this Outcomes from this committee will be published annually Outcomes from this committee will be published annually Outcomes from this committee will be published annually
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