|Goal 1: All HUS employees are aware of the environmental impacts of their jobs and how they can address those impacts|
|In nursing and diagnostic services, 100% of units have a trained environmental manager in 2020.||Five environmental manager training sessions have been held.|
|At least 5% of environmental managers attend a refresher course each year (about 40 people per year)||There were 51 refresher course attendees.|
|In designing environmental training for specific occupational groups, online training material will be prepared for employees in patient and personnel catering concerning environmental and waste management matters in kitchens.||No online material on environmental and waste management matters in kitchens has been prepared.|
|Environmental communications are aimed at first-line managers; environmental matters are discussed annually at meetings of nurse managers.||Environmental matters have been put on the agenda at meetings of nurse managers in 18 departments and hospital areas.|
|Environmental matters will be communicated to all HUS employees at least 10 times per year.
1. Environmental report once a year
2. Environmental newsletter 4 times a year
3. Environmental quarter hour 3 times a year
4. Husari, 3 articles and 6 tips
2. 3 newsletters, the last being a double issue.
3. one environmental quarter hour in 2019
4. There were 3 articles and 5 tips in Husari.
- HUS Logistics Sustainability Report
- Review of 2019
- Principal sustainability themes at HUS Logistics
- Sustainability is a team effort
- Managing corporate financial responsibility.
- Effectiveness through procurement
- Corporate social responsibility management
- Corporate environmental responsibility management
- Reporting principles
|Goal 2: Improve environmental management practices|
|Improving internal auditing practices; checklist update.||Not done|
|Environmental matters are featured in external communications four times a year.||Yes.|
|Personnel at new HUS locations will be trained in HUS environmental practices.||Not done|
|Recording of environmental matters and presenting them in the HUS financial statements will be improved.||Not done|
|Goal 3: Prevent waste generation and invest in reuse and recycling|
|Reduce the volume of mixed waste by 20% from 2015 to 2020.
• In 2019, the volume of mixed waste was down 15% from the 2015 level.
|2019: total volume reduction 0.9% and reduction per patient visit 19%;
2018: reduction per patient visit 11%;
2017: reduction per patient visit 10%
|Reduce volume of biowaste by 30% from 2015 to 2020.
• In 2019, the volume was down 8% from the 2015 level.
|The repairs of the biowaste collection facility at Meilahti will not go ahead until 2020.
2019: total volume growth 2% and reduction per patient visit 17%;
2018: reduction per patient visit 17%;
2017: reduction per patient visit 8%
|Reduce volume of paper waste by 15% from 2015 to 2020.
• In 2019, the volume was down 15% from the 2015 level.
|2019: total volume reduction 49% and reduction per patient visit 58%;
2018: reduction per patient visit 39%;
2017: reduction per patient visit 22%
|Increase percentage of waste delivered for material reuse to ≥60% of community waste by the end of 2020.
• Reuse percentage in 2019 was ≥50%.
|2019: material reuse 45.8%;
2018: material reuse 44.7%;
2017: material reuse 46.1%;
2015: material reuse 45.3%
|Attain 10% savings on total costs of hazardous waste from 2015 to 2020 by improving the hazardous waste management process. Introduce logistics changes for pharmaceutical waste in the Meilahti Hospital area.||Introduction of the new pharmaceutical waste collection process at Meilahti postponed to January 2020, preparations made until January 2020.|
|HUSKEY monitoring system: 1. Extend to monitoring of plastics waste 2. Extend system to cover units other than HUS units operating in HUS premises.||1. Plastics waste monitoring postponed until February 2020;
|Goal 4: Continue energy efficiency efforts with a new energy efficiency agreement among municipalities|
|Attain 7.5% savings in annual energy consumption from 2015 to the end of 2025 through energy conservation measures. 1. 2,601 MWh (1%) accumulated savings in 2019||1. In 2018, accumulated savings of 6,190 MWh (2.4%) was attained. The accumulated savings for 2019 was 1,823 MWh. The estimated accumulated savings for 2017 to 2019 combined exceeds an annual average of 2,601 MWh.|
|2. Practices designed in the project ‘Cost cutting management and reporting’ were deployed.||2. The energy efficiency management and monitoring model was adopted in autumn 2019, and its introduction continues by project in construction and renovation projects and in repairs and alterations projects.|
|3. Energy consumption demand flexibility pilot project.||3. HUS Real Estate Ltd. ran a demand flexibility pilot project at the Triangle Hospital.|
|Goal 5: Consider corporate responsibility more carefully in HUS procurements|
|Increase application of ethical criteria in HUS procurements.||Ethical criteria were included as absolute requirements or benchmarks in 62% of the joint procurements managed by HUS Logistics. The ethical procurement guide was updated in collaboration with university hospitals.|
|Replace PVC hoses with PVC-free products by the end of 2020. PVC is considered in all market talks concerning products containing PVC; by default, PVC-free products are sourced.||HUS Logistics considers in all competitive tenders whether any particular product contains PVC. PVC will be completely banned as soon as possible. We no longer use disposable gloves containing PVC.|
|Promote environmentally friendly options in the mobility of HUS personnel and patients. 1. Explore potential for rerouting and timetabling of public transport to improve mobility in the Meilahti area; HUS Facilities Center. 2. Support cycling by improving fittings at properties; HUS Facilities Center 3. Facilitate cycling and use of public transport and encourage these through communications.||1. Park-and-ride needs for employees in the Meilahti Hospital area presented to Helsinki Regional transport.
2. Bike racks obtained for the Meilahti campus, and a plan for bike racks on the site drawn up. Bike racks allowing frame locks procured at Jorvi and Porvoo. More bike racks will be obtained once space is freed up from construction sites.
3. Several bulletins on cycling and public transport as part of smart mobility have already been published on Yammer, in the HUS Intranet and in Husari.
|Goal 6: Consider the life cycle environmental impacts of properties.|
|Consider corporate environmental responsibility in designing the HUS JCI quality system, for instance in the section ‘Facility Management and Safety’.||Guidelines in the JCI system for hazardous materials and waste drawn up.|