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Sustainability Initiatives

ESG Data

Environment

Environment-related Data

The TOMY Group strives to gain a clear understanding of the impact that its business has on the environment and to reduce that impact in order to ensure we preserve a sustainable environment and society for future generations.

Organizations Covered

  • FY2018

    Inside Japan: 8 companies
    TOMY, T-ARTS, TOMY TEC, TOMY MARKETING, PENNY, T-FIELDTEC, KIDDY LAND, TOMY IBIS
    *Data coverage :62.3% of the sales ratio

  • FY2019

    Inside Japan: 8 companies
    TOMY, T-ARTS, TOMY TEC, TOMY MARKETING, PENNY, T-FIELDTEC, KIDDY LAND, TOMY IBIS
    Outside Japan: 5 companies
    TOMY Asia, TOMY HONG KONG, TOMY SHENZEN, TOMY VIETNAM, TOMY THAILAND
    *Data coverage :88.7% of the sales ratio

FY2018 FY2019
Unit Inside Japan Inside Japan Outside Japan Total
Energy Total energy consumption GJ - 92,482 53,694 146,177
Purchased Electricity MWh 9,985 9,367 5,448 14,815
City gas 0 0 0 0
LPG t 38 0 0 0
Heavy Oil 0 0 0 0
Kerosene 10 11 0 11
Fuel for Vehicle - 19 15 34
CO2 Emissions
by GHG Protocol
Gross CO2 Emissions t-CO2 4,635 4,737 3,494 8,231
Scope 1 (Direct CO2 Emissions) t-CO2 32*1 71 35 106
Scope 2 (Indirect CO2 Emissions) t-CO2 4,603 4,666 3,459 8,125
Water Total volume of water consumption - 21,598 41,285 62,883
City water 25,265 21,534 41,285 62,819
Groundwater - 64 0 64
Rainwater - 0 0 0
Seawater - 0 0 0
Total volume of discharged water - 21,327 148*2 21,475
Sewage - 21,327 148 21,475
River, lake - 0 0 0
Sea - 0 0 0
Groundwater - 0 0 0
Waste Industrial waste*3 t 918 746 111 847
Green procurement Green procurement ratio
(purchasing amount)
% - 20.4 - -
  • *1 Excluding vehicle fuel (gasoline)
  • *2 Excluding TOMY SHENZHEN and TOMY THAILAND
  • *3 Excluding valuable resources
  • *Total energy consumption is calculated as (annual usages of electricity, gas, heavy oil, etc.) x heat conversion coefficient per energy type. We use conversion coefficients determined by Japanese law when converting fuel from outside Japan.
  • *For calculating Scope 1 greenhouses gases, we use the Japanese Ministry of the Environment’s list of calculation methods and emissions factors for calculation, reporting and publication systems.
  • *We use the electric power companies’ own adjusted emission factors for CO2 emissions caused by electricity purchased inside Japan, and the International Energy Agency’s regional emission factors for CO2 emissions derived from electricity purchased outside Japan.

Social

Employee-related Data

Promoting work style reform is one of our recently defined material issues, and as such, the TOMY Group seeks to create a workplace that enables a diverse range of personnel to work enthusiastically and energetically together.

Organizations Covered

  • FY2018

    TOMY COMPANY

  • FY2019

    TOMY COMPANY and also inside Japan(8 companies: TOMY, T-ARTS, TOMY TEC, TOMY MARKETING, PENNY, T-FIELDTEC, KIDDY LAND, TOMY IBIS)

TOMY COMPANY Inside Japan
Composition of Employees Unit 2018 2019 2019
Number of employees
(by employment type)
Total number of employee person 646 668 2,669
Permanent employees person 509 541 1,155
 of which, Male person 338 354 814
 of which, Female person 171 187 341
Contract and fixed-term employees
(including reemployment, advisory,
fellow positions)
person 105 96 478
 of which, Male person 59 54 203
 of which, Female person 46 42 275
Part-time employees person 32 31 1,036
 of which, Male person 2 2 136
 of which, Female person 30 29 900
Employee breakdown by age
(permanent employees)
Under 30 years(Male) person 34 44 87
Under 30 years(Female) person 28 29 84
30-39(Male) person 90 83 159
30-39(Female) person 75 79 115
40-49(Male) person 134 123 298
40-49(Female) person 47 53 96
50-59(Male) person 104 101 263
50-59(Female) person 21 26 46
60-69(Male) person 1 3 7
60-69(Female) person 0 0 0
Average years
in employment
Permanent employees years 9.1 9.6 9.5
 of which, Male years 9.8 10.2 9.9
 of which, Female years 7.8 8.4 8.4
Average age Permanent employees years 41.5 42.3 42.6
 of which, Male years 43.3 43.8 44.4
 of which, Female years 38.7 40.0 38.3
Number of new hires Number of mid-career hires
(excluding employees switching
to permanent employment)
person 3 7 10
 of which, Male person 3 5 7
 of which, Female person 0 2 3
Number of new graduate hires person 10 12 37
 of which, Male person 5 8 16
 of which, Female person 5 4 21
Number of employees switching
from irregular
to permanent
employment
person 20 32 72
 of which, Male person 12 20 43
 of which, Female person 8 12 29
Number of retiring staff
(permanent employees)
*excluding employees who transferred
to another company
Permanent employees person 21 32 58
 of which, Male person 12 19 36
 of which, Female person 9 13 22
Three-year retention rate for new graduate hires 90.0 80.0 85.0
  • Note: The number of retiring staff includes those who retired for personal reasons or as a result of the career-support system mentioned above, but does not include those who reached retirement age or transferred to another company.
TOMY COMPANY Inside Japan
Diversity Unit FY2018 FY2019 FY2019
Diversity Number of managers person 125 118 234
 of which, Male person 115 105 210
 of which, Female person 10 13 22
 Ratio of female employees % 8.0 11.0 9.4
Number of general managers and above person 54 46 76
 of which, Male person 52 45 75
 of which, Female person 2 1 1
 Ratio of female employees % 3.8 2.2 1.3
Ratio of employees with disabilities % 1.7 1.6 1.5
  • Note: In FY2017, the ratio of female managers stood at 6.0%. That ratio increased by 5.0% in FY2019. Learn more on our action plans for female advancement.
TOMY COMPANY Inside Japan
Work-life balance Unit FY2018 FY2019 FY2019
Childbirth and childcare leave Number of employees taking childbirth person 13 8 17
Number of employees taking childcare leave person 26 10 27
 of which, Male person(%) 1(-) 2(11.7) 4
 of which, Female person(%) 25(100.0) 8(100.0) 23
Ratio of childcare leave takers
who return to work(Male)
% 100.0 100.0 100
Ratio of childcare leave takers
who return to work(Female)
% 100.0 100.0 95.7
Number of employees taking nursing care leave person - 0 1
Annual paid leave Annual allowance of paid leave day 18.6 16.6 17.0
Paid leave taken day 7.5 10.6 10.5
Leave uptake rate % 37.6 63.6 61.6
Working hours Average total work hours (annual) hour 1985.1 1956 1749.0
Average extra work hours (monthly)
*excluding managers
hour 20.8 13.0 12.6
  • Note: Our system permits 125 full days of annual leave plus an additional 10-20 days paid holiday depending on the number of years worked.
    We also have systems for half-day paid leave, refresh leave, birthday leave, childcare leave, nursing care leave, and condolence and congratulatory leave.
TOMY COMPANY Inside Japan
Occupational health and safety Unit FY2018 FY2019 FY2019
Occupational health
and safety
Number of work-related deaths
*excluding commuting
person 0 0 0
Number of work-related injuries
*excluding commuting
person 2 7 16
Number of lost workdays day 0 0 *1
Safety training status
(Includes physical aspects such as
prevention of work hazards as
well as mental and
physical health management)
- ・Mental health training
(2 hours/new employees)
・Stress check
(20 minutes/all employees)
・Safety Day
(3 hours/all employees)
・Mental health training
(2 hours/new employees)
・Stress check
(20 minutes/all employees)
・Harassment seminar
(3 hours/all employees)
・Safety Day
(3 hours/all employees)
Occupational Health
and Safety
  • *1 Zero days for TOMY COMPANY, T-ARTS, TOMY MARKETING, PENNY, T-FIELDTEC, KIDDY LAND, TOMY IBIS, all of which do not have production bases in Japan, and 36 days for TOMY TEC, which has a production base in Tochigi.
TOMY COMPANY
Corporate Citizenship Unit 2019
Expenditures Made for Not-for-profit Organizations Yen 29,320,000

Governance

Compliance (anti-corruption)

Organization Covered: TOMY Group

Violation of Japanese laws
and regulations
Unit FY2018 FY2019
Amount of political
donations
yen 0 0
Cease and desist order
from the Japan Fair
Trade
Commission
case 0 0
Criminal charges brought in the case
of
compliance-related accidents or
incidents
case 0 0
Violation of environmental regulations case 0 0
Violation of international laws
and regulations
Unit FY2018 FY2019
Price cartel exposure case 0 0
Bribery exposure case 0 0
Other exposure case 0 0

Corporate Governance

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Attendance at Board of Directors’ meetings Corporate Governance System
Attendance at Audio &
Supervisory Board meetings
Total compensation for each director category,
total compensation by type,
and number of applicable
directors
Board Director Appointment & Remuneration