Safeguarding our people and the planet

                                        Leading by example

                                        Our operations

                                        At DSM we take our responsibilities seriously - whether it’s looking after our 23,000 people, or the planet we all share.?

                                        Our people

                                        Safeguarding, nurturing and developing our increasingly diverse 23,000-strong workforce is a top priority for DSM. In fact, today our employees represent around 100 nationalities (a huge transformation from 2001 when nearly half our people were Dutch).

                                        Safety

                                        At DSM we aim to continue reducing the Frequency Index of Recordable Injuries - which is based on the number of fatalities, lost or restricted workday cases or medical treatment cases per 100 DSM employees and contractors in one year. The goal is to reduce frequency by 50% or more by the year 2020 compared to 2010 (an index score that is less than or equal to 0.25 in 2020, compared to the 0.57 achieved in 2010). In 2018, the Frequency Index of all DSM Recordable Injuries improved from 0.36 to 0.33, with the majority of our sites being injury-free.

                                        Helping with this are our Life Saving Rules; our Safety, Health & Environmental (SHE) policy; various ongoing process improvements and competency training; and the day-to-day fostering greater safety awareness.

                                        Health

                                        We also invest heavily in the health of people – through our [email protected] global employee health management program, which addresses the importance of healthy lifestyle choices. So far more than 15,000 DSM people worldwide have benefitted from [email protected], which in turn helps them benefit society.

                                        Inclusion & Diversity

                                        For a science company like DSM, diversity of backgrounds, experiences, cultures and opinions is essential if we want to achieve our united purpose of creating brighter lives for all. There are many aspects of inclusion & diversity that matter to DSM, including age, nationality, culture, ethnic background, gender and religion (to name but a few).

                                        Our Environmental Footprint

                                        Responsibility for our operations covers some 200 DSM sites and offices in nearly 50 countries (and even extends to our suppliers, customers and end-users - for example through our Brighter Living Solutions).

                                        DSM is committed to being transparent about its sustainability performance. The company has set ambitious sustainability aspirations company-wide. Our new target, announced in 2018, is a 30% absolute reduction of our scope 1 + 2 emissions by 2030 versus our 2016 baseline. This is below a 2°C pathway.

                                        We will achieve this target through a wide-ranging number of actions across all our operations, including:

                                        • renewable electricity: 50% of purchased electricity to be sourced from renewables by 2025, increasing to 75% by 2030
                                        • energy efficiency improvement: an average year-on-year improvement of at least 1% until 2030.

                                        DSM’s progress towards other environmental footprint reductions targets is published in the company’s Annual Report.

                                        Key environmental indicators 2018

                                        The table below shows DSM’s footprint for key environmental indicators in 2018.

                                        Divestments are reported to the last full year with DSM. Acquisitions are reported at the latest in the year following the first full year after acquisition, due to the required alignment of reporting processes and systems.

                                        ? 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
                                        Energy and GHG ? ? ? ? ? ?
                                        Total Primary Energy (PJ) 20.8 23.6 22.6 20.9 39.1 41.1
                                        % Renewable Electricity purchased 41% 21% 8% ? ? ?
                                        Total scope 1 + 2 CO2e emissions - Location based (x million tons) 1.4 1.6 1.5 1.1 4.2 4.2
                                        Total scope 1 + 2 CO2e emissions - Market based (x million tons) 1.2 1.5 1.4 ? ? ?
                                        Water ? ? ? ? ? ?
                                        Total Water use?(x million m3) 114 114 104 101 118 150
                                        Total Water consumption?(x million m3) 22 23 22 ? ? ?
                                        COD (net) (x 1,000 tons) 2.2 2.5 2.4 2.1 3.9 4.8
                                        Waste (x 1,000 tons) ? ? ? ? ? ?
                                        Total Process Related Waste 191 190 198 168 169 295
                                        Total Recycled Waste 158 162 165 120 108 212
                                        Total Non-Recycled Waste 33 28 33 48 61 83
                                        - Landfill Non-hazardous 18 16 18 13 18 26
                                        - Landfill Hazardous 3 3 1 13 18 26
                                        - Off-site Incineration without heat recovery 12 9 14 22 25 32
                                        % Recycling 83% 85% 83% 71% 64% 72%
                                        Emissions to Air?(x 1,000 tons) and various ? ? ? ? ? ?
                                        VOC 4.9 6.6 8.9 3.1 4.2 4.3
                                        NOx 0.5 0.7 0.8 0.4 1.5 1.6
                                        SO2 0.09 0.28 0.33 0.04 0.08 0.07
                                        Number of non-monetary sanctions 6 4 2 5 4 4
                                        Total monetary value of fines (€ x 1,000) 24 128 28 36 63 62

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                                        • Product stewardship

                                          We work tirelessly to manage and minimize all possible adverse effects of our products on people and the environment, across the entire value chain.

                                        • Stakeholder engagement

                                          With its scientific resources and knowledge DSM has a unique opportunity to influence and shape the sustainability agenda, but we cannot do it alone.

                                        • Brighter Living Solutions

                                          DSM’s Brighter Living Solutions are profitable products and innovations that have a measurably better impact on the planet and people.

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