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  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
People Lost time injury frequency rate percent change (per million hours worked) Number of injuries which resulted in employee or contractor having to miss at least one day of work as a result of the accident, per million hours worked GRI G4-LA6 SASB NR0302-18 42% reduction (1.92) 18% reduction (1.58) 1% reduction (1.57) 15% reduction (1.33) 7% reduction (1.24)
Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements The percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements GRI G4-11 SASB NR0302-19 78% 77% 70% 69% 68%
Average hours of training per year per employee by gender and by employee category Average hours of training per year per employee by gender and by employee category GRI G4-LA9 Salaried avg: 12.6 hours
Salaried total: 51,293
Hourly statistics not available for 2012
Salaried avg: 12.5 hours
Salaried total: 43,450
Hourly avg: 46.6 hours
Hourly total: 238,654
Salaried avg: 36.1 hours
Salaried total: 147,672
Hourly avg: 41.1 hours
Hourly total: 584,587
Salaried avg: 6.48 hours
Salaried total: 25,571
Hourly avg: 49.16 hours
Hourly total: 654,151
Salaried avg: 8.1 hours
Salaried total: 26,788
Hourly avg: 57.9 hours
Hourly total: 717,2431
Number of operations certified to the Occupational Health and safety Assessment Series, OHSAS 18001 OHSAS 18001 is an international assessment series for health and safety management systems KPI 17 facilities + R&D (18) 17 facilities + R&D (18) 17 facilities + R&D (18) 17 facilities + R&D (18) 13 facilities + R&D (14)2
Number of social dialogue interactions Formal worker representation meetings and interactions at the corporate level, including annual partnership meetings and joint health and safety meetings KPI 4 4 4 4 3
Number of employee newsletters or other communications distributed regularly; number of recipients Number of newsletters published detailing pertinent company matters; number of recipients per issue KPI 6: 17,858 9: 18,000 7: more than 20,000 6: more than 20,000 6: more than 17,500
Employees by employment contract and gender Employees by employment contract and gender GRI G4-10 --- --- --- Total workforce in 2015: 20,2983
Gender:
M – 89.1%
F – 10.9%
Total workforce in 2016: 18,293
Gender:
M - 89.1%
F - 10.9%
Workforce breakdown by employment duration Duration of employment in years by total employee percentage KPI <10: 35.7%, 10-19:
14.4%, 20-29:
8.3%, >30: 41.5%,
no service date: .1%
<10: 38.2%, 10-19:
13.5%, 20-29:
8.5%, >30: 37.5%,
no service date:
2.3%
<10: 46.3%,
10-19: 12.7%,
20-29: 8.3%, >30:
30.7%, no service
date: 2.0%
<10: 47.3%,
10-19: 13.2%,
20-29: 9.3%, >30: 28.4%, no service date: 1.8%
<10: 50.3%
10-19: 13.2%
20-29: 10.1%
>30: 26.4%, no
service date:
.05%
Number of biometric screening and wellness/preventative exam participants Number of employees who have undergone voluntary biometric health screenings KPI 2,170 salaried and represented employees 2,326 salaried and represented employees 3,109 salaried and represented employees 3,590 salaried and represented employees 716 salaried employees
Number of biometric screening and wellness/preventative exam participants Number of represented employees who have undergone voluntary wellness/ preventive exams under new USW Health Awareness Initiative KPI --- --- --- --- 6,603 represented employees3
Percentage of total workforce represented in formal joint management worker health and safety committees that help monitor and advise on occupational health and safety programs The percentage of the total workforce represented in formal joint management worker health and safety committees GRI G4-LA5 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Percentage of total workforce represented in formal joint management worker health and safety committees that help monitor and advise on occupational health and safety programs The level(s) at which the committee(s) typically operates GRI G4-LA5 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Resources Percentage of materials used that are recycled input materials The weight or volume of recycled input materials as a percentage of the total input materials used GRI G4-EN2 18.93% 18.31% 19.31% 21.50% 17.88%
Total amount of waste by type and disposal method (using European metrics and calculations) The total amount of materials (hazardous & non-hazardous) in tonnes by type for reuse GRI G4-EN23 2,883,994 2,804,167 2,969,683 2,989,867 2,428,420
Total amount of waste by type and disposal method (using European metrics and calculations) The total amount of materials (hazardous & non-hazardous) in tonnes by type for recycling GRI G4-EN23 12,673,765 13,377,516 11,745,989 9,500,479 3,490,278
Total amount of waste by type and disposal method (using European metrics and calculations) The total amount of materials (hazardous & non-hazardous) in tonnes by type for disposal GRI G4-EN23 855,276 848,903 833,941 1,299,788 564,616
Total amount of waste by type and disposal method (using European metrics and calculations) The total amount of materials (hazardous & non-hazardous) in tonnes by type for deep well injection disposal GRI G4-EN23 26,274 38,996 37,477 20,904 18,076
Amount of scrap steel recycled per amount of steel produced Tons of scrap steel recycled per amount of steel produced KPI 34% 35% 39% 34% 29%
Environmental liabilities Future environmental liabilities related to studies and remediation of environmental impact from our operations and the operations of predecessor companies KPI $205 million $191 million $194 million $195 million $188 million
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Air, land and water Greenhouse gas emissions Direct greenhouse gas emissions GRI G4-EN15 SASB NR0302-01 and NR0301-01 USEPA 40CFR98: 26.4M tonnes CO2 direct, there are no indirect calculations for USEPA; calculations are based on direct CEMS measurement, mass balance calculations, regulatory default values and some missing data estimations USEPA 40CFR98: 25.9M tonnes CO2 direct, there are no indirect calculations for USEPA; calculations are based on direct CEMS measurement, mass balance calculations, regulatory default values and some missing data estimations USEPA 40CFR98: 26.2M tonnes CO2 direct, there are no indirect calculations for USEPA; calculations are based on direct CEMS measurement, mass balance calculations, regulatory default values and some missing data estimations USEPA 40CFR98: 24.5M tonnes CO2 direct, there are no indirect calculations for USEPA; calculations are based on direct CEMS measurement, mass balance calculations, regulatory default values and some missing data estimations USEPA 40CFR98: 26.5M tonnes CO2 direct, there are no indirect calculations for USEPA; calculations are based on direct CEMS measurement, mass balance calculations, regulatory default values and some missing data estimations
NOx, SOx, and other significant air emissions by type and weight. Using European metrics and calculations. The weight of significant air emissions (in kilograms or multiples such as tonnes) for NOx GRI G4-EN21 SASB NR0302-03 and NR0301-03 14,478 metric tonnes 16,048 metric tonnes 13,553 metric tonnes 14,756 metric tonnes 13,563 metric tonnes
NOx, SOx, and other significant air emissions by type and weight. Using European metrics and calculations. The weight of significant air emissions (in kilograms or multiples such as tonnes) for SOx GRI G4-EN21 SASB NR0302-03 and NR0301-03 16,072 metric tonnes 18,435 metric tonnes 15,852 metric tonnes 15,633 metric tonnes 16,154 metric tonnes
NOx, SOx, and other significant air emissions by type and weight. Using European metrics and calculations. The weight of significant air emissions (in kilograms or multiples such as tonnes) for volatile organic compounds (VOC) GRI G4-EN21 SASB NR0302-03 and NR0301-03 1,490 metric tonnes 1,392 metric tonnes 1,829 metric tonnes 1,794 metric tonnes 1,486 metric tonnes
NOx, SOx, and other significant air emissions by type and weight. Using European metrics and calculations. The weight of significant air emissions (in kilograms or multiples such as tonnes) for particulate matter (PM) GRI G4-EN21 SASB NR0302-03 and NR0301-03 2,162 metric tonnes 2,293 metric tonnes 2,806 metric tonnes 2,630 metric tonnes 2,455 metric tonnes
Total carbon emissions per ton of steel produced Total CO2 emitted per ton of steel produced KPI 1.63 1.59 1.61 1.63 1.79
Number of emergency release/spill response exercises conducted Number of drills performed to prepare for potential emergency spills/releases KPI 30 45 20 25 22
Total water withdrawal by source. Total volume of water in m3 withdrawn from any water source that was either withdrawn directly by the reporting organization or through intermediaries such as water utilities by source type including surface water, including water from wetlands, rivers, lakes and oceans GRI G4-EN8 1,253,496,712 1,159,808,812 1,181,829,894 1,231,262,229 906,708,086
Percentage of steelmaking facilities operational during the fiscal year certified to the Environmental Management System ISO 14001 ISO 14001 is an international standard for environmental management systems KPI 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Energy Direct energy consumption by primary energy source Total energy consumption in joules or multiples GRI G4-EN3 SASB NR03020-04 and 301-04 Total energy: 352,516,735 GJ Total energy: 362,518,770 GJ Total energy: 402,011,203 GJ Total energy: 385,790,359 GJ Total energy: 368,085,121 GJ
Direct energy consumption by primary energy source Total energy consumption in joules or multiples from fossil fuels GRI G4-EN3 SASB NR03020-04 and 301-04 287,194,471 GJ 296,612,659 GJ 313,647,169 GJ 313,845,487 GJ 321,202,721 GJ
Energy saved due to conservation and efficiency improvements Percent change in energy intensity per ton of steel compared to the previous year; amount of reductions in energy consumption achieved as a direct result of conservation and efficiency initiatives, in joules or multiples GRI G4-EN6 1.87% 0% 0.365%4 2.04% 2.07%
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Supply chain Procurement policy in place The code for responsible sourcing outlines corporate level requirements and expectations for suppliers regarding ethical and responsible behavior KPI Implemented in 2010 Implemented in 2010 Implemented in 2010 Implemented in 2010 Implemented in 2010
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Community Percentage of operations with implemented local community engagement, impact assessments, and development programs Percentage of operations with implemented local community engagement GRI G4-S01 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Direct community investment by focus area Philanthropic giving completed through ArcelorMittal corporate responsibility in the United States by main giving focus areas KPI Education 29%, Environment 26%, Health and Safety 43%, Disaster Relief 1%, Other 1% Education 37%, Environment 38%, Health and Safety 34%, Other 1% Education 36%, Environment 35%, Health and Safety 29% Education 48%, Environment 37%, Health and Safety 15% Education 52%, Environment 35%, Health and Safety 13%
Total volunteer hours contributed by employees to U.S. nonprofit organizations Number of hours contributed to nonprofit organizations by ArcelorMittal employees in the United States KPI Nearly 100 projects, more than 3,000 hours More than 70 projects, more than 2,000 hours 99 volunteer projects, more than 2,800 hours More than 100 volunteer projects, 4,200 hours 78 volunteer projects, more than 4,050 hours
Total STEM skills-based volunteer hours contributed by employees to U.S. nonprofit organizations As a segment of total hours, this number represents the total number of hours contributed by ArcelorMittal employees to nonprofit organizations that are considered STEM skills-based KPI --- --- --- Percentage of total volunteer hours that were skills-based: 19%
Total skills-based hours: over 800
Percentage of total volunteer hours that were skills-based: 43%
Total skills-based hours: over 1,750
Total invested in conservation efforts in the Great Lakes Basin through Sustain Our Great Lakes Total invested in conservation efforts in Great Lakes Basin through Sustain Our Great Lakes, a bi-national, public private partnership. ArcelorMittal is the sole private partner; the total invested reflects ArcelorMittal contributions, federal funds, and local match KPI $16.1 million $16.2 million $23.0 million $12.7 million $11.6 million
Number of significant incidences reported through grievance mechanisms Number of complaints or incidences from the public or other stakeholders reported through grievance mechanisms KPI 11 15 12 15 15
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Impact measurement Direct economic value generated and distributed, including revenues, operating costs, employee compensation, donations and other community investments, retained earnings, and payments to capital providers and governments Direct economic value distributed: employees wages and benefits (not including expenses related to active and inactive pension and retiree health care) GRI G4-EC1 $1.82 billion; wages and benefits $1.98 billion; wages and benefits $2.12 billion; wages and benefits $2.28 billion; wages and benefits $2.19 billion; wages and benefits
Direct economic value generated and distributed, including revenues, operating costs, employee compensation, donations and other community investments, retained earnings, and payments to capital providers and governments Direct economic value distributed: community investments GRI G4-EC1 $7.7 million $7.2 million $8.3 million $8.3 million $8.2 million
Direct economic value generated and distributed, including revenues, operating costs, employee compensation, donations and other community investments, retained earnings, and payments to capital providers and governments Indirect economic value distributed: property and other taxes GRI G4-EC1 --- --- --- $46 million3 $41 million
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Impact measurement, scientists and engineers Number of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) beneficiaries Number of beneficiaries of Untied States based grantmaking programs specifically related to STEM education KPI --- --- --- 1,735,4943 1,736,104
  Topic Description Indicator 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Good governance Total hours of employee training on policies and procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations, including the percentage Total number of hours devoted to training on policies and procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations GRI G4-HR2 --- --- 2,668 3,578 2,7135
Total hours of employee training on policies and procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations, including the percentage Percentage of salaried employees who have completed training in policies and procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations GRI G4-HR2 84% 92% 87% 88% 67%
Percentage of obligated employees receiving anti-corruption training Percentage of obligated employees who are required to receive anti-corruption training who had completed it by year end 2016 GRI G4-S04 72% 87% 93% 83% 44%5
Percentage of employees receiving code of business conduct training Percentage of salaried employees who have completed formal training about issues outlined in the code of business conduct, such as ethics and accountability GRI G4-S04 72% 87% 93% 90% 76%5
Number of local governance structures in place Governance structures are Councils for Stronger Communities (CSCs), comprised of management and union representatives, that lead programs related to internal and external governance KPI 16 17 18 18 162
Number of local governance meetings Total number of CSC and USA Foundation Governance Board meetings across all locations KPI 66 44 94 85 53

1 Data specific to wholly-owned ArcelorMittal USA LLC facilities and I/N Tek and I/N Kote.
2 Decrease due to divested sites.
3 Reported for the first time that year.
4 In 2014, ArcelorMittal USA began calculating energy based on U.S. DOE reporting guidelines, using baseline year 2013. Data for 2014-2016 reflects this change.
5 This number decreased from the previous year because throughout most of 2016, reminders were unable to be sent to employees required to refresh their compliance training due to a change in training platforms and the inability to access reliable training history data. We are committed to upholding the highest business standards through our policies and employee trainings and have planned a campaign in 2017 to improve training compliance.