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OUR COMMITMENTS. Corporate Sustainability Program Bill Gill August 5, 2011. Presentation Overview. Our Sustainability Program Current Status What’s Next. Smithfield Foods’ CSR/Sustainability Focus. Structure Overview:. Smithfield Foods Corporate:

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OUR COMMITMENTS

Corporate Sustainability Program

Bill Gill

August 5, 2011

presentation overview
Presentation Overview
  • Our Sustainability Program
  • Current Status
  • What’s Next
structure overview
Structure Overview:
  • Smithfield Foods Corporate:
    • Foods’ Executive Sustainability Committee sets goals and targets for IOCs
    • Foods’ Sustainability Council maintains communications, oversight, database and scorecards
  • Each IOC:
    • Has IOC level CSR/Sustainability Coordinator
    • Manages goals and targets
    • Provides recommendations to Foods and participation on Council
    • Reports to Foods (data used for CSR Report)
accountability for each ioc
Accountability For Each IOC:
  • Sustainability goals and targets in each IOC strategic plan
  • Larry Pope will review IOC performance/year
  • Incentives
    • Internal Recognition (by CEO or highlighted with the Board)
    • External Recognition (press releases, customers, etc.)
foods committees
Foods Committees:
  • Board level Sustainability, Community and Public Affairs Committee:
    • Wendell H. Murphy, David Nelson, Paul S. Trible, Jr. (Chair)
  • Corporate level Executive Sustainability Committee:
    • George H. Richter
    • Joseph W. Luter, IV
    • Robert W. Manly, IV
    • Dennis H. Treacy (Chair)
  • Executive Sustainability Committee reports and meets annually with CEO
  • Jerry H. Godwin
  • Michael E. Brown
  • Timothy O. Schellpeper
  • Joseph B. Sebring
your partners
Your Partners:
  • Your IOC Environmental Coordinator
    • John Meyer at John Morrell
    • Keith Bailey at Smithfield Packing
    • Susan Murphy at Farmland
    • Kraig Westerbeek at Murphy-Brown
  • Your IOC Sustainability Coordinator
    • John Meyer at John Morrell
    • Jeff Gough at Smithfield Packing
    • Mark Garrett at Farmland
    • Don Butler at Murphy-Brown 
more partners
More Partners:
  • Smithfield Foods Environmental Affairs
    • Stewart Leeth (Legal / Overall Administration)
    • Bill Gill (Logistics / Implementation)
    • David Townsend (Hog Production / FFA / Learners to Leaders)
    • Kathleen Pope (Social Media / YouTube / Twitter)
    • Sylwia LaBudde (WebMetrics / EMS)
    • Rocky Beem (Regulatory)
    • Eric Lassalle (Energy / GHG’s)
    • Keira Ullrich (PR / Investor Relations)
  • Let us help you make the program work for you
goals and targets for each ioc environmental
Goals and Targets for Each IOC: Environmental

Goals => Eliminate NOVs and reduce natural resource demand

IOC Targets (all by FY):

  • Energy reduction => 10% reduction over 2008 (normalized) by 2016
  • Water use reduction => 10% reduction over 2008 (normalized) by 2016
  • Solid waste reduction => 10% reduction over 2008 (normalized) by 2016
  • GHG emissions reduction => 10% reduction over 2008 (normalized) by 2016
goals and targets for each ioc community
Goals and Targets for Each IOC: Community

Goals => Provide food to the needy and enhance education in our communities

IOC Targets:

Pork Group IOCs:

  • Provide needy with 1 million servings/year
  • Coordinate all food relief under Helping Hungry Homes initiative
  • Add and maintain Learners to Leaders programs (goal: a minimum 2/IOC)

Facility/Farm Division Targets:

  • Participate in 2 community events (e.g., FFA environmental competitions judging) where each major facility/farm division located
  • Clean Community Program - Sponsor a minimum of 1 community-level cleanup project/year
  • Participate in WWMD
goals and targets each ioc animal well being
Goals and Targets Each IOC: Animal Well-being

Goal => Keep our animals safe, comfortable, and healthy

IOC Targets:

  • Hog Production IOC Must Maintain and Build Upon Industry Leadership
    • Maintain 100% PQA Plus Certification and site assessments
    • Continue pen gestation conversion
  • Pork Group IOCs Must Demonstrate Continuous Improvement and Systematic Approach to Humane Handling
    • Maintain written program, training and 3rd party audits at slaughter plants according to AMIF Recommended Animal Handling Guidelines and Audit Guide: A Systematic Approach to Animal Welfare
    • Maintain TQA certification for all drivers
    • PQA Plus Certification and site assessments for suppliers by 2011
goals and targets for each ioc employees
Goals and Targets For Each IOC: Employees

Goal => Reduce employee injury rates

Facility/Farm Division Targets:

  • Meet or beat company goals based on general manufacturing industry national average for injuries
  • 10-hour general industry training by all safety leadership
  • Safety Roundtable meetings at all locations
  • Achieve hourly employee engagement to 25% by FY 2015
goals and targets each ioc food safety
Goals and Targets Each IOC: Food Safety

Goals => Deliver safe, high quality meat products with no recalls

IOC Targets

  • Achieve superior food safety program
    • Obtain 100% Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certification for all facilities and 100% USDA Process Verified
  • Nutrition
    • Assure wide variety for different diets and needs
    • Assess nutrition issues like salt content, obesity, etc.
communication and recognition
Communication and Recognition

Goal => Increase awareness of our programs and achievements

IOC Targets

  • Undertake a minimum of 2 speaking engagements/year

Facility/Farm Division Targets

  • Participate each year in 1 or more state and/or trade association environmental awards program
  • Minimum of 2 meetings/year with community stakeholders to highlight programs and obtain input and provide report
  • Participate in Foods’ environmental awards programs
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Data collected and compiled (after extensive review and correction)

Preliminary results discussed with IOC CSR/Sustainability Coordinators

Assessing weighting and results (Safety adjustments and NOV scoring)

Finalizing scores and reporting

Everyone looks pretty good

Data Collection and Scoring:

reporting
Reporting
  • Finalize scores with IOC Sustainability Coordinators and Dennis Treacy
  • Report results to the Executive Sustainability Committee and CEO
  • Presidents to distribute information throughout their respective organizations
  • Plan / Do / Check / Act at all levels
  • Press Release with highlights of program and results
ongoing to do s
Ongoing To Do’s
  • Work with your Coordinators to determine by who and how Sustainability Program targets will be addressed
  • Continue to make inputs to WebMetrics. Look for the **SMS** designator
  • Address any new responsibilities
  • Provide support to new Team members
  • Ask questions/provide input/make comments
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QUESTIONS?

Corporate Sustainability Program

Bill Gill

August 5, 2011

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