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* According to the GRI, material

topics are those that “reflect

the organization’s significant

economic, environmental, and

social impacts or those that

substantively influence the

assessments and decisions of


employee turnover and headcount,

injury rates, energy and utility flow.

These are reported on a monthly

basis and is collated at Group level.

All information and data included

in this Report have been reviewed

by the divisional management and

members of the Group Sustainability

Committee, and thereafter tabled

to and approved by the Board of

Directors. Members of the Group

Sustainability Committee have been

an important source of input for

sustainability endeavours during

the year, and provided critical

and constructive support for the

reporting process. This Report has

not been externally assured.

Scope & Boundary

The scope of this Sustainability

Report covers the Group’s wholly

owned operations and joint ventures

that are at least 50% owned by

KFima. Contractors, vendors and

outsourced services are excluded

from the scope of all performance

indicators unless otherwise indicated.

The reporting period corresponds

to our nancial year FYE2019, which

runs from and covers the reporting

period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019.

All references to KFima, the Group,

the Company, the business, “our”

and “we” refer to Kumpulan Fima

Berhad and its subsidiaries.

Financial performance:

For a

full account of KFima’s FYE2019

financial performance, please refer to

KFima’s Annual Report 2019.

Water, energy consumption and




The Group’s energy

consumption and greenhouse

gas inventory is based on the

Greenhouse Gas Protocol. For

greenhouse gas emissions we

have chosen to report only on CO



Other greenhouse gases such as



(methane), N


O (nitrous oxide)

are excluded from our emissions

inventory as they are not considered

to be material. We calculate the

energy consumption and CO


emissions associated with the

Group’s energy consumption using

conversion factors from reputable

and authoritative sources.

The Group’s reporting scope includes

its direct CO


emissions (scope 1

emissions, from the Group’s own

sources) and indirect CO



from the generation of purchased

electricity consumed by the Group

(scope 2 emissions).


Scope includes all permanent

and temporary employees employed

by companies within the Group.

Reportable incidents are based on

actual occurrences and are never



We welcome feedback on our

Sustainability Report. You may

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affect our value creation process

and the Group’s strategic objectives

across the economic, environment

and social pillars. These are

complemented by a variety of real-

life stories from across the Group.

Our Process

The sustainability performance

data are collected from the Group’s

operations by means of a standard

template, which requests information

on, among others, material use,