TTI’s ESG Approach and Strategic Framework

At TTI, sustainability is a core value in all aspects of our business. ESG principles are essential to our strategy, and embedded in our four strategic drivers, through which we strive to deliver shared value to all our stakeholders.

TTI understands the importance of continuous engagement with our stakeholders to monitor and address their expectations as well as evolving legal and industry requirements. Our mission is to shape a better future, at the heart of which is our relentless focus on cordless technology and products to improve living and working environments.

Our Powerful Brands represent a long legacy of developing innovative, reliable and safe products, that address the evolving demands of consumers. By channeling resources into creating Innovative Products, we are leading the transition from corded, gas, manual, hydraulic and pneumatic-powered products to cordless battery-powered alternatives, removing the unfavorable impact of outdated technologies. TTI’s ongoing and future success is driven by our Exceptional People. Hiring the right people and fostering and retaining them through our Leadership Development Programs is at the heart of our strategy and culture. TTI is committed to a multicultural, diverse and inclusive workplace where our employees at every level can flourish while building a better future for our business, our customers and the communities where we operate. Through our Operational Excellence we uphold high standards of integrity across our value chain. We ensure responsible and disciplined execution — whether it be in decarbonizing our operations, preserving natural capital, sourcing ethically and optimizing supply chain logistics, or managing the repairability and the end-of-life cycle of our products.

In 2021, we continued to make progress on partnerships and initiatives that matter. Beyond aligning to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and continuing our membership with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), we began reporting against the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standards and the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), while also prioritizing our decarbonization agenda. As a founding member of the Better Mining initiative and active member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), we have forged ahead to collaborate with industry partners to effect change on crucial challenges in our supply chain.

For each of our focus areas of Governance, Environment, Social and Community, we outline how we have managed the key sustainability issues that are material to our business in 2021, along with the goals and initiatives that bring us closer to achieving long-term resilience.