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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing : 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

07/30/2021 | 04:09am EDT

TSMC 2020

Corporate Social

Responsibility Report

Contents

Overview

Sustainable Business Practices

An Innovation

A Responsible

A Practitioner of

An Admired

Power to Change

04 Letter from the ESG Steering

17

ESG Implementation Framework​

Committee Chairperson​

Sustainability Roles​

18

ESG Management Platform

Pioneer

Purchaser

Green Power

Employer

Society

05

Letter from the ESG Committee

41 Innovation

73 Supplier

89 Climate Change and

130 Talent Attraction

166 The Drive for

21

Materiality Analysis and

Chairperson​

06

Stakeholder Communication

Management ​

Sustainability

Energy Management​

and Retention​

Common Good

About TSMC

33

Sustainability Impact​

58 Product Quality​

Management​

103 Water Management​

140 Talent Development​

167 TSMC Education and

07

TSMC Value​

67 Customer Service

112 Waste Management​

145 Human Rights​

Culture Foundation​

08

Sustainability at TSMC​

37

Carrying Out the UN Sustainable

122 Air Pollution Control

150 Occupational Safety​

176 TSMC Charity

Development Goals

and Health

Foundation

09

Awards, Recognitions and Ratings

ESG Feature Stories​

Operations and Governance

Appendix

11

Sustainable Products by TSMC Facilitates Global Energy Conservation

190 Corporate Governance

202 About this Report​

225 Climate ChangeManagement Framework

12

TSMC Supplier Sustainability Academy Shares Free Learning Resources

194 Financial Performance​

205 Participation in Industry

227 Sustainability Accounting Standards

13

First Automated Handling System for Wafer Warehouses in the World

196 Tax Policy​

Associations and Non-profit

Board

Organizations​

229 Independent Third Party Assurance

14

TSMC Semiconductor Programs Cultivate Next-generation Talent​

197 Corporate Information Security​

206 ESG Performance Summary​

Statement​

15

Aiding Global Prevention & Treatment Efforts against COVID-19

208 GRI Standards Comparison Table

230 Contact Information

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Building a Mountain of Common Good

An infinite planet where all beings thrive.

TSMC is committed to responsible management. Innovation and sustainability are our guiding principles as we strive to build a world of inclusion and common good from our sphere of IC chips and wafers.

In our pursuit for common good, we have made

solid strides with employees, customers, suppliers, investors, and society to scale insurmountable peaks and to strive for better.

We galvanize all positive energy

for sustainable management and shared prosperity. Join us. Let us create common good

and ascend towards a sustainable future of infinite possibilities.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Overview ESG Feature Stories

Sustainable Business Practice Operations and Governance Appendix

2020

Report

An Innovation Pioneer A Responsible Purchaser

A Practitioner of Green Power An Admired Employer Power to Change Society

Letter from the ESG Steering Committee Chairperson

2020 was an extremely challenging year as the world experienced social and economic upheaval brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and natural disasters occurring under extreme climate conditions left us with a deep impression of the threat and impact of climate change on humanity. The importance of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is gradually becoming a global consensus. As a responsible corporate citizen, TSMC endeavors to respond

to climate change and mitigate climate impact to protect our shared global environment. In addition to signing the world's largest renewable energy purchase agreement in 2020, we further committed to using 100% renewable energy for global operations before 2050, becoming the world's first semiconductor company to join the RE100 initiative.

Over the years, TSMC has held its vision of uplifting society. We not only focus on our core business to unleash innovation with groundbreaking thinkers around the world, but also have systematically charted a long-term strategic direction for our ESG. The ESG Steering Committee serves as the center for the highest level of ESG decision-making. With myself serving as Chairperson, the ESG Steering Committee works with senior TSMC executives in a variety of fields to link the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the Company's core competitive advantages. Our five focal points are Green Manufacturing, Responsible Supply Chain, Diverse & Inclusive Workplace, Talent Development, and Caring for the Disadvantaged. In 2020, the ESG Steering Committee pursued its goal of sustainable development and explored international ESG trends, evaluation standards, and corporate best practices. At the same time, it set TSMC's long-term ESG goals, strategies, and public declarations and took a fresh look at how we execute them. We also launched TSMC's first internal CSR Awardto

encourage our colleagues to think creatively and participate actively to bring many innovative projects to life.

In addition, under the approval and supervision of the ESG Steering Committee, in 2020 TSMC brought its unique set of professional knowhow and resources to support the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to keeping our colleagues healthy and safe and maintaining normal operations, we also provided needed support to society. We budgeted US$20 million to provide for the communities where we operate, including Taiwan, China, Japan, Europe, the United States, and other areas in urgent need of resources, playing our role as a corporate citizen through tangible action.

Based on a foundation of healthy corporate governance, TSMC actively carries out its three missions of Acting with Integrity, Strengthening Environmental Protection, and Caring for the Disadvantaged. Starting from our core business, we set goals for execution, evaluate action plans, and maintain positive interactions with our stakeholders to continue creating value. In addition,

I would like to extend my thanks to everyone in the Company. It is only because of everyone's enthusiastic cooperation and persistence that we can continue to improve, grow stronger, and further meet our commitments to society and the environment to drive beautiful changes in society.

Mark Liu

Chairman and ESG Steering Committee Chairperson

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Overview ESG Feature Stories

Sustainable Business Practice Operations and Governance Appendix

2020

Report

An Innovation Pioneer A Responsible Purchaser

A Practitioner of Green Power An Admired Employer Power to Change Society

Letter from the ESG Committee Chairperson

In 2020, the world was ravaged by the COVID -19 pandemic. TSMC took comprehensive disease prevention measures to ensure that operations could continue at wafer fabs around the world and went on to realize 11,617 product innovations for our customers. With innovative technologies, people are able to work and learn remotely. To reduce contact and gatherings, people can use AR/MR technologies to replace business trips, and smart robots to replace manual labor for delivering resources. TSMC stands in solidarity with everyone enduring this challenging time, and we strive to contribute to the health and welfare of the world.

During this time, we also worked with stakeholdersto continue realizing our Five Major ESG directionsas we resolutely progressed towards the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. In terms of Green Manufacturing, TSMC is actively using renewable energies, implementing 460 energy- saving measures, and introducing new generations of energy-efficient equipment. External research results have shown that we save 4GWh of energy for every 1 GWh of energy used by TSMC for the production of end products for customers. By increasing our energy efficiency, we are able to mitigate the impact of climate change.

In regards to Building a Responsible Supply Chain, TSMC was able to drive NT$1.7 trillion in output value among related industriesin 2020. Each TSMC employee creates, on average, 6.4 job opportunities in Taiwan. We shoulder the responsibility that comes with being an industry leader and have established Supply Online 360, a management platform for a sustainable supply chain, as well as the TSMC Supplier Sustainability Academy. To extend the high standards applied to TSMC Operations and Green Manufacturing, we have also asked suppliers to conduct EP&L assessment and carbon footprint verification, as well as set and strive for energy and water conservation goals.

In order to Create a Diverse & Inclusive Workplace, TSMC expanded our Human Rights Policy's scope of management to support employee and company growth on the basis of a healthy work- life balance. Investments into Talent Development include the expanded Semiconductor Programand IC Design Program.

We are also providing resources through university research centers and industry-academia programs to foster generations of semiconductor professionals. Lastly, when it comes to Caring for the Disadvantaged, TSMC continues to support global prevention and treatment efforts against COVID -19through the TSMC Education and Culture Foundation and the TSMC Charity Foundation; we have also galvanized efforts from subsidiaries around the world to contribute to the common good.

TSMC has taken tangible action to support the global sustainability movement, and we are the only semiconductor company in the world to be selected into the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for 20 consecutive years. As we look to our future, we will stay true to our unwavering commitment to responsible operations. We hope that every TSMC colleague stands firm at their post and continues to bring positive changes to our world.

Lora Ho

Senior Vice President and ESG Committee Chairperson

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TSMC - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. published this content on 30 July 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 30 July 2021 08:08:07 UTC.


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