ISPC has always considered continual improvement as a key element for its successand set objectives in all areas accordingly, to achieve our goals. Theseobjectives are consistent with our policies on sustainability, quality, health& safety, environment, responsible sourcing, natural resources conservation, and environmental protection. These are well communicated and updated on yearlybasis and subject to revision at any time during the year based on stakeholderfeedback.  All resources required to achieve these objectives areprovided and the time frame to achieve and responsible persons against each objective is defined and timely evaluation of the achievement statuses areensured.

Our sustainabilityobjectives have been developed and set based on multiple sustainability aspectsand principles. Various measurement models such as stakeholder feedback &suggestions, social, environmental, and economic KPIs, materiality matrix, and maturitymatrix also is taken into consideration.

Thekey aspects considered while setting sustainability objectives are:

Environment:consumption of primary material, water & energy, control on the emissions& waste generation and reduction of other environmental impacts onbiodiversity and eco-toxicity, if any.

Social:factors such as human rights, local communities, legal compliance, productconformity, occupational health and safety employment, training, supplierevaluation etc.

Economical:financial objectives, direct and indirect impact on the economy, sustainableproduction etc.

It is guaranteed that allstakeholders are taken into confidence and their expectations are consideredwhile setting our sustainability objectives.

Sustainability Objectives - 2023:



Type S/E

Activities / Methods of Achievement

Resources Required

Achievement Status..

1st Qtr. 2st Qtr. 3st Qtr. 4st Qtr.
Time Frame Responsible Person

Ensure that all accidents and incidents relating to safety are properly documented and reported.


Increasing the number of safety training sessions

Making sure a proper investigating team is put in place

Cooperating with other agencies.

Implementing safety standards that are more effective


Equipment, spares and consumables

12/1/2023 Top management and safety department

Maximum LTIFR in ISPC 1 is 10


By conducting more safety training

Through regular inspection and safety audits

By implementing Better safety standards

enhance the safety standard through digitalization of all safety activities which will guarantee better communication of safe work instructions to all workers as well as enhance the quality of audit, inspection and risk assessment.

By coordinating with other agencies.

Budget, trained personal, communication tools and coordination tools

12/1/2023 Dept. Head

A zero fatality rate and no harmful acts against dogs and cats


Animals that are stray in the orginazation need to be eliminated by proper personnel without harming them

By raising awareness of what people should do when they see stray animals up close.

Coordination with external agencies



12/1/2023 Dept. Head

1200,000 MT production of R1, R2, R3 , and control yield = 98.40% min combined


Reduce operational lag time. locating and fixing the operational constraint. (50% of the targets are 10 and 12 mm)

Production Rolling Plan and Stoppage / Shutdown plan./ Manpower plan (covid 19 pandemic effect)

12/1/2023 Dept. Head

Reduce landfill waste per ton to 1.11 kg/ton..


increased use of recyclable or reusable materials and adequate monitoring.

monitoring tools

12/1/2023 Dept. Head

1Increase the waste recycled per ton to 175 kg/ton


Proper monitoring and more use of recyclable or reusable materials

monitoring tools

12/1/2023 Dept. Head