Sustainability Management Policy

1.Products/services (E, S, G)

Tackle the creation of new value and contribute to the sustained development of society through the provision of safe, good quality products and services that help solve issues with society and the environment.

2.Global society (S)

Contribute to the development of countries and cities by working to solve global problems related to urban, transportation, and envrionmental infrastructure through our businesses.

3.Global environment (E)

Reduce our global environmental burden among all processes in our corporate activities.

4.Supply chain (E, S, G)

Promote purchasing that helps the environment, human rights, and ethics in conjunction with our business partners, as well as ensure compliance with laws, social norms, and so on.

5.Stakeholders (S, G)

Increase our corporate value sustainably through the co-creation of community value, as well as increase the transparency of our management through the appropriate disclosure of information and sincere dialogue, constructing a relationship of trust with all our stakeholders.

6.Governance and risk management (G)

Construct an effective governance system to minimize the impact of possible future risks and prepare for threats to our corporate activities through the strict control of confidential and personal information.

7.Human resources training/innovation (S)

Respect individual human rights, sense of values, and diversity, hire and retain people through training, developing, and utilizing people who can wield their own individual abilities and specializations to the maximum, preparing work environments that consider physical and mental health, and foster a sound organizational culture that generates new innovation.

8.Local communities (S)

Actively interact with the local communities to contribute to our co-existence and their development.

  • *E: environment, S: society, G: governance