Read our 2018 Sustainability Report to learn more about ST’s sustainability performance in 2017 and discover the new ambitions and goals for 2025.

Among ST’s sustainability highlights in 2017:

  • Updated sustainability strategy with 12 ambitions and long-terms goals,
  • Recognized by CDP as an A list leader in sustainable water management,
  • Increased the proportion of Responsible Products from 34% of new products in 2016 to 43% at the end of 2017,
  • Ensured 100% of products are conflict mineral-free,
  • Conducted risk assessments covering labor and ethics in the framework of the annual Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) self-assessment to all the major production and design sites, representing 86% of employees,
  • Increased focus on safety culture, remaining among the best-in-class companies in our industry, with a recordable injury case rate of 0.14,
  • Continued to cultivate a more inclusive workplace by expanding existing Company programs that focus on women, people with disabilities, and the integration of young talents,
  • Supported education and volunteering, with 335 initiatives taken from 30 ST sites in 17 different countries during the year.

The report has been prepared according to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, Core option. To ensure accuracy and transparency, the report is independently assured by DNV GL, a third-party auditor.

ST was one of the first companies to commit to the United Nations Global Compact in 2000 and as a signatory, the report represents the Company’s ‘Communication on Progress’ as well as the efforts to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).

All previous reports are available in pdf version.