SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012

STRATEGIC AND MANAGEMENT MODELS

UN GLOBAL COMPACT

The Pirelli sustainability model is inspired by the United Nations Global Compact

AA1000

Model of sustainable management of the supply chain

ISO 26000

The Pirelli sustainability model complies to ISO 26000 guidelines

SA8000® Standard

benchmark for the Group’s social responsibility management

OHSAS18001

Safety Management System

ISO14001

Certified environmental management system

ISO9001

Quality management system (since 1970)

ISO/TS 16949

Quality management system certification (since 1999)

ISO/IEC 17025

Pirelli laboratories Quality management system

SOCIAL
PERFORMANCES

Employees in 2012

37,338

+9% vs. 2011

Accident Frequency Index

-46,6%

vs. 2010

78%

of senior managers work in their country of origin

Women employees

+4%

vs. 2011

Average days of per-capital training

5,1

Sustainability Audits carried out on suppliers

62

ECONOMIC
PERFORMANCES

Net sales

+7,4

vs 2011

Gross global added value

+15%

vs 2011

Pirelli stock market performance

+33%

ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCES

Energy

-17% GJ/k€EBIT

vs. 2011

CO2

-13% ton/k€EBIT

vs. 2011

Water

-26% m3/k€EBIT

vs. 2011

Waste recovery

+10%

vs. 2011

SUSTAINABLE GROWTH STRATEGY 2015

STABLE BUDGET 3% OF NET SALES - HIGHEST IN THE SECTOR INNOVATIVE MATERIALS LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT FURTHER RANGE STRENGHTENING PREMIUM GREEN PERFORMANCE
ACCIDENT FREQUECY INDEX - 60% 2015 VS. 2009 INSTITUTIONAL CAMPAIGNS WHERE PIRELLI OPERATES EMPLOYEES TRAINING 7 DAYS PER-CAPITA IN 2015 NEW GROUP OPINION SURVEY AND IMPROVEMENTS ACTIONS
PRODUCTION SITES RENEWAL FOCUSING ON INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS SPECIFIC WATER UPTAKE -70% 2015 VS. 2009 EQUIVALENT SPECIFIC CO2 EMISSIONS -15% 2015 VS. 2009 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION -15% 2015 VS. 2009 WASTE RECOVERY ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL VISION +15% 2015 VS. 2009

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

Shareholders and Financial Community Competitors Environment Suppliers Institutions and N.G.O. Public Administration Local Communities Employees Customers Public Administration Environment Shareholders and Financial Community Customers Employees Local Communities Competitors Suppliers Institutions and N.G.O.