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Approach to CSR

For the purpose of not only complying with laws and regulations but also implementing management in compliance with corporate ethics, the Company has established "JDI Ethics" which serve as specific guiding principles for all officers and employees to comply with. JDI Ethics are the foundation of our CSR activities.

JDI Ethics define our basic stance for each relationship we've classified as "Society," "Customers and Business Partners," "Competitors," "Shareholders and Investors," "Individuals including Employees" and "Company and Company Assets" which includes: respect for human rights, maintaining and improving the workplace environment, efforts for global environmental protection, maintaining good relationships with the local community, not conducting inappropriate acts against socially-accepted norms, acting sincerely in accordance with sound public morals and complying with all applicable laws, regulations, rules, internal regulations, etc.

For CSR activities, the Company develops and promotes activities which as a guideline are aligned with the "Seven Core Subjects" of ISO26000.
Based on the above policies, the Company is working on contributing to the achievement of an affluent global society, reducing the environmental load of the supply chain as a whole, and a wide range of other contributions to society including the local community, realizing efficiency and soundness through governance management, and aiming for sustainable growth as a company.

Organization and Structures for CSR

JDI's CSR activities are being promoted under the umbrella of "Five Area-Specific Activity Systems" which widely cover the ISO26000 core subjects.

  ISO26000 Core subject
Activity Scope Organizational governance, Management System Human rights Labor practices, Safety and Health The environment Fair operating practices, Ethics Consumer issues Community involvement and development
Corporate Governance Policies  
Fundamental Policy for Compliance
(Compliance Committee)
 
Safety and Health Management System
(Safety and Health Committee)
       
Environmental Management System
(ISO14001)
       
Quality Management System
(ISO9001/IATF16949)
         
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