At Stanley Black & Decker, we are committed to transparent reporting of our environment, health and safety results. Using 2015 as a baseline, we set five-year targets to reduce adverse impacts on our people and our planet while improving the sustainability of our products.

Year 2020 Targets


Goal: Zero life-changing injuries by Year 2020


Goal: Reduce operational energy consumption by 20%.

Goal: Reduce operational water consumption by 20%.

Goal: Reduce operational waste generation by 20%; 80% of the total waste generated to have a reuse or recycling disposition.

Goal: Reduce carbon emissions by 20% and source 10% of global energy demand with renewable energy.


Goal: Achieve external EMS certifications at 65% of our manufacturing and distribution center sites.

Goal: Improve product sustainability and social accountability with the participation of select partner suppliers in CDP.


Energy (KBTU / HR)

Carbon (MT / KHR)

Water (GAL / HR)

Waste (LBS / HR)

Hazardous Waste (KMT)

VOC Emissions (MT)

Management System

2017 USA Industrials

External Certifications (% MFG | DC)

Safety Injury / Illness Rates

Total Recordable Rate
(Incidents / 100 Heads)

Lost Time Rate
(Incidents / 100 Heads)

Safety Data

2017 2016 2015
Total recordable injury | illness 386 376 356
Lost time injury | illness 122 99 102
Lost days due injury | illness 4,481 4,038 4,090
Work hours in millions 123.5 107.7 107.1
Total recordable rate 0.62 0.70 0.66
Lost time rate 0.20 0.18 0.19
Our ECOSMART scorecard metrics represent 100% of business operations coverage and apply to all metrics listed within this scorecard.