Environment and Sustainability
New Operational Environmental Targets
- Reduce normalized electricity usage at owned and operated manufacturing facilities by 10% by 2023, compared to 2017 baseline
- Incorporate 25% renewable energy into normalized overall manufacturing energy usage by 2027
- Reduce normalized carbon emissions by 20% by 2023, compared to 2017 baseline year
- Reduce normalized carbon emissions by 50% by 2028, compared to 2017 baseline
- Reduce absolute waste to landfill by 20% by 2023, compared to 2017 baseline
- Increase overall manufacturing diversion rate to 75% by 2028
- Achieve two Zero Waste certified manufacturing facilities and one office building by 2023
Our Citizenship Key Performance Measures
Weekly Work Hours at Mattel Owned and Operated Plants
Our employees' safety and well-being is important to us. One aspect of our social responsibility program is that we aim to achieve a 60 hour work-week. While this takes time, we do see continuous improvements.
*Mattel's 15 manufacturing plants in Canada, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico and Thailand.
The classification of hours follows ICTI CARE’s classification system as outlined below:
≤60 hours per week: In the past 12 months, work a minimum of 40 weeks at less than or equal to 60 hours/week; and with a maximum of 12 weeks "Seasonal over time" at greater than 60 hours/week but less than or equal to 66 hours/week.
>60to≤66 hours per week: In the past 12 months, work a minimum of 40 weeks at less than or equal to 66 hours/week; and "Seasonal over time" with maximum of 12 weeks greater than 66 hours/week but less than or equal to 72 hours/week.
Social Insurance and Housing Fund
Mattel's 14 company-owned manufacturing facilities are fully covered by social insurance programs in accordance with local laws and regulations.
In addition to social insurance, employers in China pay into a housing fund. Of Mattel's 6 owned and operated manufacturing plants in China, 5 are fully contributing to the housing fund. In 2018, all plants will be fully compliant.
Health & Safety
Environment, Health and Safety training
Building EHS knowledge and technical capabilities at each management level is a critical component of Mattel EHS program. In 2017, we set the objective to have top management at each company-owned facility to complete the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) 10-hour safety training to increase awareness of health and safety hazards.
To date, 50% of these top leaders have completed the training, putting us on track to meet the objective. In 2018, OSHA's 10-hour safety training will be expanded to include associate managers and above at each operation site. Success will be tracked against the goal of more than 85% of managers completing training by the end of 2018.
Total Recordable Incident Rate at Mattel*
Incidents per 200,000 work hours
*Mattel follows OSHA’s definition of a recordable incidents:
- Any work-related fatality.
- Any work-related injury or illness that results in loss of consciousness, days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to another job.
- Any work-related injury or illness requiring medical treatment beyond first aid.
- Any work-related diagnosed case of cancer, chronic irreversible diseases, fractured or cracked bones or teeth, and punctured eardrums.
- There are also special recording criteria for work-related cases involving: needlesticks and sharps injuries; medical removal; hearing loss; and tuberculosis.