Corporate Social Responsibility
In July 2010, the U.S. Financial Regulation Reform Law (Dodd Frank Law) was enacted in the U.S. because of concerns that some of the minerals (tantalum, tungsten, tin, and gold) mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its neighboring countries (hereinafter referred to as DRC countries) are funding sources for armed groups that cause human rights violations and environmental destruction. Listed companies in the U.S. were obliged to report on the use of these minerals.
We recognize that it is necessary for the entire supply chain to address the need to cut off the funding sources of these armed groups, and we aim to achieve conflict-free products that do not use conflicting minerals in our products. We would like to ask our suppliers for their support and cooperation so that the materials and parts used in our products will not be involved in conflicts in the DRC countries. Also, in response to the request, please deal with the investigation of disputed mineral content.
- We will conduct surveys of parts used in products (including processed parts) in accordance with customer requirements.
- If a survey reveals concerns that are a source of funding for armed groups, we will immediately proceed with efforts to avoid the use of armed groups.
Business Continuity Plan
Our business continuity plan is designed and implemented with the following objectives.
BCP Decision & Purpose
- Reduce the negative impact on customers’ production plans
- Protecting the Safety and Employment of Employees and Their Families
- Contribute to local life and economy