ESG Materiality

The OLC Group has selected eight ESG materiality for capturing growth opportunities and eliminating risks with the aim of contributing to achieving a sustainable society and long-term sustainable growth.
“Employee happiness” and “Happiness of children” will be promoted as materiality unique to our group.

Society (S)

 

Contribution to SDGs

Employee happiness

Related risks and opportunities Direction of initiatives Key Goal Indicator (KGI) for 2030 Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for FY 2026 KPI under 2024 Medium-term Plan
 [Opportunities]
・Continuous employment of competent people
・Strengthened capacity to respond to changes and business opportunities
[Risks]
・Shortage of human resources / surging personnel expenses
・Outflow of human resources 
In order to remain as the workplace that is chosen by people,
implement measures to help them feel a sense of joy and accomplishment (job satisfaction)
and establish a comfortable and
supportive workplace environment and
internal systems.
Enhance job satisfaction of employees
Survey question on general job satisfaction: Positive responses
account for more than 80%
[Average of the entire OLC Group]
Job satisfaction survey
Question on general job satisfaction: Higher percentage of positive
responses than in FY 2024
Job satisfaction survey
Question on general job satisfaction: Higher percentage of positive
responses than in FY 2021 or the previous survey

 

Happiness of children

Related risk and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGIs for 2030 KPIs for FY 2026 KPI under 2024 Medium-term Plan
[Opportunity]
・Resolving social issues pertaining to children, who are important in our business activities
[Risk]
・Exacerbated social issues surrounding children
In order to achieve a thriving society by nurturing the dreams and minds of
children, who are our future, implement
measures that resonate with children, engender their trust, and resolve social issues pertaining to children, through the
Tokyo Disney Resort business.
[Tokyo Disney Resort]
Implement activities aimed at enriching the daily lives and minds of children
[Social contribution activities]
Implementing activities to foster the development of children, who are our future
Set targets in FY 2022 to FY 2023

Diversity & inclusion

Related risks and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGIs for 2030 KPIs for FY 2026 KPIs under 2024 Medium-term Plan
[Opportunity]
・Increased experience value by adapting changes in society and customer needs
[Risks]
・Declined experience value due to insufficient diversity measures
・Heightened social concerns over human rights
In order to address changes in society and customer needs and conduct business activities in which diverse customer values are respected, implement structured measures to ensure that human rights are respected, review existing products and services, and build
systems to give due consideration to diversity, among others.
Build and implement a human rights due diligence process for designated key human rights issues The scope and proportion of key
human rights issues for which
human rights due diligence is
implemented
Set target after details are
determined
Build systems for implementing
business activities in which diversity is respected
・Proportion of employees to whom the
Guidelines on Diversity was handed out
・Proportion of employees for whom training on the Guidelines on Diversity was provided
Proportion of employees to whom the
Guidelines on Diversity was handed out: 100%

Supply chain management

Related risks and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGIs for 2030 KPIs for FY 2026 KPIs under 2024 Medium-term Plan
[Opportunity]
・Expanding competitive advantages by giving due consideration to the environment and society across the entire supply chain
[Risk]
・Heightened social concern over the entire supply chain
Formulating a policy to achieve sustainable
procurement in collaboration with
suppliers.
Ensure that all primary suppliers are informed of and consent to our procurement policy and the OLC Group Vendors Code of Conduct Develop a procurement policy and incorporate it into the Vendors Code of Conduct Ensure 100% engagement with key suppliers
Ensure sustainable raw material procurement for all internally designated items Setting targets after identifying the items and scope of management

Environment (E)

 

Contribution to SDGs

Measures to address climate change and natural disasters

Related risk and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGI for 2030
[Opportunity]
・Generating new experience value by adapting to climate change
[Risk]
・Increased number of abnormal climate and natural disaster events that give growing impact on business
Produce and procure renewable energy, take energy-saving actions, install environmentally friendly design, etc. to reduce the risk of climate change and adapt to climate change with enhanced resilience in an effort to increase the sustainability of business. Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions – Scope 1 and 2: 51% reduction from the FY 2013 level
→ Achieve net zero emissions of greenhouse gases by FY 2050

Procurement of renewable energy Energy-saving activities Installation of environ-mentally friendly design Production of renewable energy Investing in and remodeling vehicles, machinery, and facilities Scope 3 Strengthening resilience
KPIs for FY 2026 CO2 emissions reduction:
198,000 t-CO₂
Implement across the entire Group by utilizing internal systems Execution based on proprietary guidelines Consider and install solar power generation equipment Consider and install environmentally friendly items Set target during the Medium-term Plan period Consider measures based on TCFD framework
KPIs for 2024 Medium-term Plan CO2 emissions reduction:
78,000 t-CO₂
Remodel internal system (visualization system) Formulate proprietary guidelines Set target for next Medium-term Plan Start information disclosure in accordance with the framework of TCFD

Recycling-oriented society

Related risk and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGI for 2030
[Opportunity]
・Creating new demand by providing new products and services with environmental value
[Risk]
・Depletion and rising cost of natural resources
Implement measures such as to save resources and reduce waste pertaining to products and services and promote the sustainable use of resources in order to contribute to the development of a recycling-oriented society. ・Waste reduction target [weight]: 10% reduction from the FY 2016 level
・Percentage recycled [actual result]: 80%

Food loss
[vs. FY 2019]
Single-use plastic
[vs. FY 2018]
Adoption of resource-saving
products/services and saving
resources
[vs. FY 2018]
Effective use of
water resources
Contribution to forming
symbiotic relationships
with nature
KPIs for FY 2026 45% reduction 21% reduction 8.8% reduction Target to be set for next Medium-term Plan
KPIs for 2024 Medium-term Plan 22.5% reduction 10.5% reduction 4.4% reduction

Governance (G)

Stakeholder engagement

Related risk and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGIs for 2030 KPIs for FY 2026 KPI under 2024 Medium-term Plan
[Opportunity]
・Strengthened capacity to address changes in social conditions
[Risk]
・Decreased capacity to address new changes in needs and potential risks
In order to evolve business activities and contribute to achieving a sustainable society, implement measures to attribute importance to appropriate and open information disclosure to stakeholders and dialogues with them. Ensure appropriate and open information disclosure to stakeholders and place value on interactive communication with them to evolve business activities and engage in activities that contribute to achieving a sustainable society. Set targets by FY 2022

Fairness in corporate management

Related risk and opportunity Direction of initiatives KGIs for 2030 KPIs for FY 2026 KPI under 2024 Medium-term Plan
[Risk]
・Decreased growth opportunities and social trust due to lack of appropriate decision-making function
Ensure that all laws and regulations and the Corporate Governance Code are complied with, and establish management systems that allow flexible responses to changes and facilitate growth. Ensure that all laws and regulations and the Corporate Governance Code are complied with, and the management systems in place allow flexible response to changes and facilitate growth. ●External directors’ rate of attendance at Board of Directors meetings: More than 80%
●Evaluation of the effectiveness of the Board of Directors: Ensure appropriate evaluation and make improvements
●Corporate Governance Code: Fully complied with

Materiality identification process

We discussed and set our materiality following the process below.

* GRI Standards, ISO 26000, SASB, etc.