Ferrovial - Annual Report 2012

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Corporate responsibility

Ferrovial reports on economic, social and environmental management jointly to give a comprehensive vision of the company and show the impact of its activity on its stakeholders, according to the International Integrated Reporting Committee (IIRC) guidelines for an integrated report.

The Scorecard is made up of the key status, management and perception indicators that measure economic, social and environmental impacts, together with Ferrovial’s performance in relation to the relevant issues and lines of action set in its master plan for Corporate Responsibility.

The information included in this panel has been collected according to the rules for consolidation and traceability, and integrates the different areas of Corporate Responsibility.

Financial (1)2012 2011 2010
Revenues (M€) 7,686 7,446 9,384
EBITDA (M€) 927 817 1,247
Employee remuneration (M€) 2,142 2,018 2,815
Environmental (2)201220112010
Direct and indirect emissions of greenhouse gases (T CO2 equ) (Scope 1 + Scope 2) 594,010 1,063,677 1,906,089
Carbon intensity (T CO2 equ/sales) Scope 1 and 2) 77.92 90 na
Avoided emissions (T CO2 equ) 1,310,289 1,044,264 925,296
Water consumption (m3) 2,615,816 6,291,898 5,397,374
Recycled waste (kg) 13,952,753 81,492,746 23,390,101
Activity certified to the ISO 14001 standard (%) 81 70 70
Social (2)
Ethical integrity2012 2011 2010
Investigations prompted by reports regarding Code of Ethics 31 63 112
Human capital 201220112010
Average workforce 57,276 69,990 100,995
Workforce at close of year 55,159 68,008 101,404
International workforce (%) 38 48 62
Employment stability Staff on permanent contract (%) 79 78 83
Turnover rate (%)* 2.7 2.3 6.7
Investment in training / revenue (%) 0.21 0.16 0.34
Investment in training per employee (€) 285 230 406
Employees given performance reviews (%)** 91 96 97
Employees with variable remuneration (%) 20 12 13
Workforce variation (%)*** -7 -30 -6.60
Investment in OECD countries (%) 99 99 100
Employees protected by collective bargaining agreements (%) 79 79 74.5
Women in the workforce (%) 31 31 33
Health and safety201220112010
Incidence rate 60.02 65.37 81.44
Frequency rate 39.19 38.30 45.30
Severity rate 0.91 0.94 0.95
Training in safe work practices (hours) 202,523 374,721 445,564
OHSAS certification (%) 91 nd nd
Quality201220112010
Activity certified to the ISO 9001 standard (%) 81 71 67
Customer satisfaction (0 to 5) 4 4 4.1
Supply chain201220112010
Number of suppliers 57,458 60,795 96,724
Suppliers evaluated 8,402 8,360 9,876
Suppliers rejected 773 685 735
Supplier incidents 508 607 303
Innovation201220112010
R+D+i investment 32.6 ***** 51.2 45.0
Investment in the community201220112010
Economic contribution to the community (M€)**** 4.4 ***** 47.8 56.9
Community support projects 346 853 574
Beneficiaries in social projects 51,816 1,696,938 934,985

1. Due to the sale of a 5.88% stake in BAA in October 2011, the 2010 financial statements have been re-expressed, see note 2.3 to the consolidated financial statements for 2011.
2. 2012 and 2011 are not comparable due to the exclusion of Heathrow Airport Holdings, HAH (formerly BAA) from the consolidation perimeter.

* This data refers to voluntary leaves.
** Only Spanish structure employees in 2011 and 2010. In 2012, Ferrovial Agroman UK, Ferrovial Agroman USA and Webber are included.
*** This data is calculated considering a like-to-like perimeter for 2011 and 2012.
**** Data includes voluntary and mandatory contributions according to the LBG Metholodogy. 2010 and 2011’s data include PMBS land expropriation as compulsory contributions.
****For both indicators, the amount of 769,000 € corresponding to Ferrovial and MIT collaboration are included

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This is an electronic version of the 2012 Annual Report prepared by Ferrovial, S.A. for its stakeholders, which aims to be complete and accurate. The contents of this version can be checked by referring to the print version. A copy of the print version in PDF format is available to download on this web page