Comparative Table with ISO 26000

This table introduces Teijin Group activities as they apply to the seven core subjects of ISO 26000, international standards for social responsibility.

Design for Environment

Core subjects Issues Activities
1. Organizational governance CSR Management
Plans, Goals, Performance and Self-evaluations
Human rights 1. Due diligence Risk Management
2. Human rights risk situations
3. Avoidance of complicity CSR Procurement
4. Resolving grievances Counseling and Reporting System
5. Discrimination and vulnerable groups Promoting Diversity Among Employees
6. Civil and political rights Corporate Ethics Month Campaign
7. Economic, social and cultural rights Human Resources Management
8. Fundamental principles and rights at work Corporate Ethics Month campaign
Human Resources Management and Labor CSR
CSR Procurement
Labour practices 1. Employment and employment relationships Human Resources Management and Labor CSR
2. Conditions of work and social protection Human Resources Management and Labor CSR
3. Social dialogue Maintaining Sound Working Relationships
4. Health and safety at work Occupational Safety and Health
5. Human development and training in the workplace Human Resources Management
Risk Management
Disaster Prevention Activities
The environment 1. Prevention of pollution Environmental Preservation (Reducing Chemical Substance Emissions)
Preventing Soil/Groundwater Pollution
Compliance and Risk Management
2. Sustainable resource use Environmental Preservation (Reducing/Managing Waste)
Design for Environment
3. Climate change mitigation and adaptation Environmental Preservation (Climate Change Initiatives)
Design for Environment
4. Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of
natural habitats
Biodiversity Conservation
Social Contributions
Fair operating practices 1. Anti-corruption Compliance and Risk Management
2. Responsible political involvement Compliance and Risk Management
3. Fair competition Compliance and Risk Management
4. Promoting social responsibility in the value chain CSR Procurement
5. Respect for property rights Compliance and Risk Management
Consumer issues 1. Fair marketing, factual and unbiased information and fair contractual practices Efforts to ensure customer satisfaction
2. Protecting consumers' health and safety Quality Assurance
3. Sustainable consumption Design for Environment
4. Consumer service, support, and complaint and dispute resolution Quality Assurance
5. Consumer data protection and privacy Information Security
6. Access to essential services Efforts to ensure customer satisfaction
7. Education and awareness Efforts to ensure customer satisfaction
Community involvement
and development
1. Community involvement Social Contributions
2. Education and culture Social Contributions
3. Employment creation and skills development Social Contributions
4. Technology development and access
5. Wealth and income creation
6. Health Social Contributions
7. Social investment