british american tobacco p.l.c. sustainability report 2010 - South Africa

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Sustainability Report 2010
South Africa

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British American Tobacco South Africa
Key: Improvement or maximum level Improvement or maximum level Minimal or no change (2% or less) Minimal or no change (2% or less) Decline Decline
 
International Marketing StandardsThis market or region has met or outperformed the Group target for this measure20092010TrendNotes
Number of reported instances of partial or non-adherence20Improvement or maximum level 
 
Youth smoking prevention20092010TrendNotes
Reports running or supporting youth smoking prevention programmesYesYesImprovement or maximum level 
 
Preventing underage access20092010TrendNotes
Reports engaging with the government to improve measures to help prevent underage access to tobaccoNoNoMinimal or no change (2% or less) 
 
Energy use20092010TrendNotes
Gigajoules per million cigarettes equivalent produced15.3616.85Decline1
 
Carbon dioxide20092010TrendNotes
Tonnes CO2e per million cigarettes equivalent produced2.002.32Decline1
 
Waste to landfill20092010TrendNotes
Tonnes per million cigarettes equivalent produced0.0410.058Decline1
 
Recycling20092010TrendNotes
Percentage of waste recycled80.53%74.89%Decline1
 
Water use20092010TrendNotes
Cubic metres per million cigarettes equivalent produced7.298.96Decline1
 
Local succession coverage – 1:1:2 at business unit level20092010TrendNotes
Percentage of business unit with at least one local successor in the short term and two local successors in the long term for each senior positionShort term43%20%Decline 
Long term86%60%Decline 
Local top teams – 70:30 at business unit levelThis market or region has met or outperformed the Group target for this measure20092010TrendNotes
Percentage of local representation on business unit senior management teams57%100%Improvement or maximum level 
 
Employee opinion 'Your Voice' survey 20092010TrendNotes
British American Tobacco South Africa vs Towers Watson South Africa national benchmark   2
Score in the Engagement category 8177Decline 
Ranked by difference from benchmark+6+1Decline 
 
Gender diversity20092010TrendNotes
Percentage of women in management grades   3
Management trainees34.6%43.0%Improvement or maximum level 
Management grade 3442.3%50.0%Improvement or maximum level 
Management grade 3526.2%32.0%Improvement or maximum level 
Management grade 3631.8%35.0%Improvement or maximum level 
Management grade 3719.7%21.0%Minimal or no change (2% or less) 
Management grade 388.3%10.0%Minimal or no change (2% or less) 
Management grade 3920.0%20.0%Minimal or no change (2% or less)4
Management grade 400.0%0.0%Minimal or no change (2% or less) 
 
Lost Workday Case Incident Rate (LWCIR)20092010TrendNotes
LWCIR = Number of lost workday cases through injury x 200,000 divided by total hours worked0.560.72Decline 

This market or region has met or outperformed the Group target for this measure Indicates that this market has met or outperformed the Group target for this measure.

Notes

  1. The environmental data is from our online Group-wide EHS reporting system. Previous figures reported in local publications may vary due to differing local reporting standards.
  2. Data is based on 2008 and 2010 biennial employee survey.
  3. The trend for gender diversity is calculated based on performance towards a 50:50 ratio between men and women.
  4. The 2009 percentage of women in management grade 39 has been re-stated to the one previously reported of 25 per cent, due to the earlier figure being incorrectly quoted in the previous Report.