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Contents Sustainable Impact Footprint Integrity and human rights Supply chain responsibility Operations Products and solutions Appendix Sustainability Accounting Standards Board index This table contains and refers to information related to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Hardware Sustainability Accounting Standard. Topic Code Metric 2021 reporting Product Security TC-HW-230a.1 Description of approach to identifying and addressing Cybersecurity data security risks in products Product security and privacy Employee Diversity TC-HW-330a.1 Percentage of gender and racial/ethnic group Diversity, equity, and inclusion and Inclusion representation for (1) management, (2) technical staff, and Operations: Data (3) all other employees Product Lifecycle TC-HW-410a.1 Percentage of products by revenue that contain IEC 62474 100% of HP products may contain small amounts of some chemicals on the IEC 62474 Declarable Substance List. HP is committed to meeting all legal and regulatory Management declarable substances requirements, and has gone beyond these requirements to proactively restrict substances of concern. Any remaining uses of substances of concern in products are for applications that lack viable alternatives. All electronics companies still have products claiming Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) exemptions or using Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulation candidate list substances when there is no viable alternative. For example, 100% of electronics products still contain some amount of lead used in specialized applications that are allowed under RoHS exemptions. See HP’s REACH Article 33 Declarations and the Substances and Materials Requirements (HP Standard 011-01) in the HP General Specification for the Environment for more detail. * TC-HW-410a.2 Percentage of eligible products, by revenue, meeting the 77% of models of HP personal systems shipped in 2021 were EPEAT registered. 88% of models of HP printers shipped in 2021 were EPEAT registered. requirements for EPEAT® registration or equivalent Product certifications and other information TC-HW-410a.3 Percentage of eligible products, by revenue, meeting 85% of models of HP personal systems shipped in 2021 were ENERGY STAR qualified. 94% of models of HP printers shipped in 2021 were ENERGY STAR qualified.* ENERGY STAR® criteria Product certifications and other information TC-HW-410a.4 Weight of end-of-life products and e-waste recovered, During 2021, we recycled 108,800 tonnes of hardware, 10,300 tonnes of Original HP and Samsung Toner Cartridges, and 1,500 tonnes of Original HP Ink Cartridges. percentage recycled Product repair, reuse, and recycling Supply Chain Management TC-HW-430a.1 Percentage of Tier 1 supplier facilities audited in the RBA In 2021, we completed 189 audits of production suppliers, product reuse and recycling vendors, and nonproduction suppliers, as well as 24 other assessments of Validated Audit Process (VAP) or equivalent, by (a) all production suppliers. Travel and factory restrictions and office closures related to COVID-19 decreased our ability to conduct these activities. During the year, 88% of facilities and (b) high-risk facilities production supplier audits were third-party certified, RBA VAP audits. Performance monitoring and evaluation TC-HW-430a.2 Tier 1 suppliers’ (1) non-conformance rate with the Eighty initial audits and full re-audits of production suppliers conducted in 2021 identified 14 immediate priority findings, equivalent to 0.18 per audit on average, and 528 ** RBA Validated Audit Process (VAP) or equivalent, and other nonconformances, equivalent to 6.6 per audit on average. (2) associated corrective action rate for (a) priority Performance monitoring and evaluation non-conformances and (b) other non-conformances Product repair, reuse, and recycling: Vendor audits Materials Sourcing TC-HW-440a.1 Description of the management of risks associated with HP does not currently report this information. the use of critical materials Responsible minerals sourcing describes our program and performance related to conflict minerals, including tantalum and tungsten, which are defined as critical materials by the U.S. National Research Council. * EPEAT data for personal systems is for models registered worldwide, and for printers is for models registered in the United States. ENERGY STAR data for personal systems (version 8.0) is worldwide, and for printers (version 3.0) is for products sold in the United States. All data is for models shipped any time during 2021. ** Immediate priority findings (14 in 2021) include child labor, forced labor, severe forms of discrimination, health and safety issues posing immediate danger to life or risk of serious injury, and perceived violation of environmental laws posing serious and immediate harm to the community. Prior to 2020, we reported non-immediate priority nonconformances and major nonconformances together as major nonconformances. Starting in 2020, to more fully align with RBA Protocol 6.0 definitions, HP began distinguishing non-immediate priority nonconformances from major nonconformances and referring to those as “other nonconformances.” In 2021, the 528 other nonconformances identified included all non-immediate priority nonconformances (3.6% of the total) and all major nonconformances (96.4% of the total), as defined by the RBA Protocol 6.0 and 7.0. 103 2021 HP Sustainable Impact Report

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