Material Topic Analysis

Procedures for Material Topic Analysis

 

Each of our organization undertakes immediate communication through formal and informal channels with different types of stakeholders during their day-to-day operations. In addition, various topics are collected and managed, and then discussed with members of the ESG Committee at the annual ESG seminars. To identify topics that are material to ChipMOS and to use them as an important basis for the strategies and goals to our sustainable management, we have systematically executed the three major procedures in material topic analysis: identification, analysis, and confirmation, by following the principles of GRI reporting standards (sustainability context, materiality, completeness, and stakeholder inclusiveness).

 

 

Results of Material Topic Analysis 

 

Identification results in 2020 yielded 16 material topics, and their respective management objectives, goals, and performance and results are presented in relevant chapters in this Report.

 

 

16 Material Topics

9 Topics of Secondary Importance
# Item # Item # Item

Economic Aspect

Regulatory Compliance Environmental Aspect Hazardous Substances Management Environmental Aspect Air Pollution Control
Business Performance Water Management Conflict Minerals
RBA Supply Chain Management Climate Change and Energy Management Environmental Expenditure and Investments
Information Security Waste Management and Recycle GHG Emissions
Customer Satisfaction Social Aspect Compensation and Benefits Social Aspect Employee Communication and Grievance
Product Quality Occupational Health and Safety Human Rights
Corporate Governance Labor/Management Relations Talent Development
Ethical Management     Social Engagement
Risk Management   Industry-Academia Collaboration

 

Boundaries of the Material Topics

 

ChipMOS inspects the boundaries of impact of the 16 material topics from a perspective of technical services we offer (Display Driver IC, memory and mixed signal) and industry value chain.