Sustainability Snapshot for 2017
|Focus||KPI||2015||2016||2017||2017 Progress||Our targets for 2018|
|Kibali||Gold sales||$1 395 million||$1 546 million||$1 654 million||Target achieved||Production target for 2018 of 1.3 million ounces to 1.35 million ounces|
|Payments to suppliers in countries of operation||$473 million||$421 million||$440 million||Target achieved||To increase procurement spend on locally owned suppliers each year|
|Number of critical suppliers certified to ISO 14001 or OHSAS 18001||N/A||191||78||Positive trend||For all critical suppliers to be certified to IS0 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards|
|Total economic value distributed2||$992 million||$1 041 million||$1 135 million||Positive trend||To increase economic value distributed in line with production|
|Community||Community development spending (agreed and distributed)||$6.27 million||$6.32 million||$5.79 million||Target achieved||Ensure satisfactory community development budgets are agreed locally and distributed across Randgold’s five sustainable development criteria to increase health, education, food security and economic development outcomes|
|Percentage of host country nationals in workforce||92%||93%||92%||Target achieved||To maintain the number of nationals in our workforce above 80%|
|Proportion of grievances resolved||91%3||100%||99%||Not achieved||To resolve 100% of grievances registered through our grievance mechanism|
|Malaria incidence rate||38.95%||28.05%||27.40%||Positive trend||To reduce malarial incidence by 10% year on year|
|Number of Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCTs) for HIV||4 427||7 068||10 876||Positive trend||To raise awareness of HIV awareness across the group, measured as number of VCTs|
|Human capital||Lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) at operational mines||0.59||0.46||0.51||Target achieved||To remain below 1.0 per million hours worked|
|Number of workplace fatalities||1||0||2||Not achieved||Zero fatalities|
|Number of mines certified to OHSAS 18001 or ISO 45001||4||4||44||Positive trend||To have all fully-operational mines OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001 compliant|
|Number of employees receiving formal training||302||2 218||5 247||Positive trend||To provide sufficient formal training to ensure we continue to have the full range of skills required to run a world-class gold mining company|
|Environment||Number of Class 1 (major) or Class 2 (medium) environmental incidents||Class 1 – 0
Class 2 – 20
|Class 1 – 0
Class 2 – 1
|Class 1 – 0
Class 2 – 1
|Target achieved||Zero Class 1 incidents|
|Emission intensity Scope 1, 2 & 3||n/a||42.92 CO2-e/kt milled||39.20 CO2-e/kt milled||Target achieved||46.15 CO2-e/kt milled for 2017|
|Percentage of water recycled||61%||59%||73%||Positive trend||To increase water recycling rates to 75%5|
|Fresh water use efficiency||n/a||0.52||0.49||New target for 2018||To improve freshwater use in our processing plant to be below 0.5m3/tonnes milled|
|Number of water discharge quality tests that do not conform with national or IFC standards||0||0||0||Target achieved||Zero non-compliance with relevant national and IFC standards|
|Number of environmental or health incidents related to cyanide||1||0||0||Target achieved||Zero environmental or health issues linked to cyanide|
|ISO 14001 certification||5||5||5||Target achieved||To have all operational mines certified to the ISO 14001 standard|
|Development and implement biodiversity action plans (BAPS) for all operations||5||5||5||Target achieved||To implement BAPs at all fully operational mines|
1 NB - limited number of suppliers evaluated (30) as this was a pilot year for the assessment.
2 Including employee salaries and benefits, dividend payments to providers of capital, taxation and community investment.
3 Publicly stated figure at 1 March 2016. This included a batch of grievance claims on temporary pause for resolution, which were resolved after this date.
4 Kibali is currently working towards ISO 45001.
5 Reviewed target during 2017.