Social key figures

​The table presents our key figures for social responsibility in 2015. More information about these and other key figures is available via the links below.

Key figures for social responsibility 



The reliable delivery of energy is a priority for Fortum and ensures an opportunity to create value for our stakeholders. The average energy availability of our CHP plants remained at a good level in 2015 (96.4%) and we exceeded the set target.

Safe working conditions and personnel wellbeing are an absolute prerequisite for efficient and uninterrupted operations. The safety of our own employees has stabilised at a good level. The total recordable injury frequency for own employees decreased in 2015, and we achieved the set target. The target for lost workday injury frequency per million hours worked for contractors was also achieved. There were no accidents leading to a fatality in 2015.

The rate of absence due to sickness remained at a good level and was 2.4% (2014: 2.4%). Starting from the beginning of 2016 the sickness absence rate is one of the Group’s sustainability indicators.

An open flow of information and close collaboration between Fortum and its goods and service suppliers is mutually beneficial. We want to take care of the impacts of our supply chain and promote responsible ways of operating. In 2015 Fortum audited a total of nine suppliers in Poland, Czech Republic, Russia, Kazakhstan and India.

Fortum supports activities promoting the common good in society, for example the work of organisations and communities in our operating countries. Our goal is for the collaboration to be mutually beneficial. In 2015 our support for activities promoting the common good totalled about EUR 3.6 (2014: 3.4) million. The figures for 2014 and 2015 do not include the sold Distribution business.

Total recordable injury frequency (TRIF), Fortum’s personnel




Personnel by country, 31 Dec. 2015



Fortum's support to society in 2015 by target, %