Chapters
Annual Report 2020

Connectivity table

The following table shows an overview of how our strategic priorities and activities link with global challenges, as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goals and their sub-targets. Where applicable, we have set measurable, longterm targets and we visualize our performance compared to these targets.

OUR LONG-TERM IMPACT ON SOCIETY

THE VALUE WE CREATE

OUR RESULTS

SDG

Relevant SDG subtargets

Our output

Our KPIs

Targets

Results

On track with target

2018

2019

2020

3.8. Achieve universal health coverage, including access to quality essential health-care services, medicines and vaccines for all.

Awareness of eye health
in communities where we operate and improvement of customers’ quality of life

Improved quality of life of a growing number of people around the world through our eyecare platform and services, as well as charitable activities

% growth in numbers of stores in reporting year

>1% yearly

1.3%

4.4%

-2.0%

Not on track

3.C. Increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in developing countries.

# training hours per FTE

No target

16.9

17.3

23

n/a

3.6. By 2020, halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents.

# of operating companies that participate in our global eye health awareness activities

No target

n/a

12

30+

n/a

8.2. Increase economic productivity through diversification, technological upgrading and innovation.

Sustainable
employability and
employee well-being

High-quality, permanent and fairly-paid employment opportunities for our diverse highly qualified workforce, offering best-in-class eyecare service globally

# of employees (in FTEs)

No target

32,400

34,143

33,542

n/a

8.6. Reduce the proportion of youth not in employment, education or training.

# of operating companies that offer apprentice programs

No target

n/a

18+

18+

n/a

% of employees signing the annual Code of Conduct training

100% in 2025

86%

87%

94%

On track with target

8.8. Protect labor rights and promote safe and secure working environments for all workers.

Protection of labor rights across our supply chain

Well-maintained balance between social and environmental performance and operational excellence

% of strategic non-OECD-based suppliers signed our Supplier Code of Conduct or equivalent

100% in 2025

83%

100%

100%

On track with target

% of strategic non-OECD-based suppliers audited

100% in 2025

91%

84%

100%

On track with target

% of strategic OECD-based suppliers that signed
Supplier Code of Conduct

100% in 2025

83%

100%

100%

On track with target

7.2 By 2030, increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global
energy mix.

Reduction of
environmental impact
along value chain

Scope 1 + 2 emissions

30% reduction in 2025
relative to 62,002 tons in base year 2018

62,002

58,380

37,370

39.7% reduction compared to base year

7.3 By 2030, double the
global rate of improvement
in energy efficiency.

% reduction of CO2 emissions per processed spectacle

20% reduction in 2025
relative to 284 grams per spectacle in base year 2016

266

267

265

Almost on track

% reduction of CO2 emissions per transported spectacle

30% reduction in 2025
relative to 355 grams in base year 2016

328

225

261

26.5% reduction compared to base year

% of stores fully equipped
with LED lighting

100% of stores in 2025

40%

53%

58%

Not on track

12.5. Reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse.

% production centralized in manufacturing sites

85% of production centralized in manufacturing sites by 2025

69.8%

70.2%

72.2%

Almost on track

% of water consumption reduction per processed spectacle

15% reduction in 2025
relative to 2.21 liters in base year 2016

1.94

1.82

2.24

1.4% increase compared to base year