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Sustainability Report 2008

 

Top Commitment

  • Editorial Policy
  • Top Commitment

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Feature: Enhancing Quality of Life

  • Fujifilm Group Technologies and R&D
  • Initiatives in the Medical Field
  • Initiatives in the Printing Field
  • Stakeholder Dialogue (Eco-printing)
  • Response to Climate Change
  • CSR Activities in China

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Medium-term CSR Plan Highlights

  • Steps for Promoting CSR Activities and Progress Evaluation
  • Strengthening Governance
  • Response to New Trends
  • Strengthened Information Disclosure
  • Compliance with Environmental Laws and Regulations

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CSR Activities Report

  • Compliance
  • Risk Management
  • Facilitating Personnel Development and Achievement at Fujifilm
  • Facilitating Personnel Development and Achievement at Fuji Xerox
  • Creating a Safe, Healthy Workplace for All Employees
  • Toward Enhancing Customer Satisfaction
  • Fujifilm Group Green Policy
  • Environmental Burdens of the Fujifilm Group
  • Design for Environment
  • Chemical Substance Management for Safety and the Environment
  • Chemical Content Management
  • Effective Waste Management and Recycling
  • Sustainable Use of Water
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • Contributing to Society
  • Working Together with Local Communities

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Data and Information

  • Compliance and Risk Management
  • Product Safety Management System / IMS Certified Sites
  • Labor Environment and Social Benefit Accounting / Communication with Stakeholders
  • Communication with Customers
  • Personnel and Labor (Fujifilm)
  • Personnel and Labor (Fuji Xerox)
  • Material Procurement (Fujifilm and its affiliates)
  • Paper and Paper Material Procurement / Classification of Social Contribution Activities
  • Environmental Accounting
  • Environmental Aspects

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Supplemental References

  • GRI Guideline Comparison Tables
  • Evaluation Results Based on the AA1000 Assurance Standard
  • Fujifilm Group Business Overview
  • The Scope of This Report
  • Domestic and International Appraisals
  • Dissemination of Investor Relations Information / Disclosure of CSR Information, Editorial Postscript

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Editorial Policy

FUJIFILM Holdings issues a sustainability report every year to inform stakeholders about the corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities of the Fujifilm Group. In FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation Sustainability Report 2008, the style of disclosure was changed from a stakeholder approach to a CSR-issues approach. Primarily, it documents the Group's efforts in fiscal 2007 with focuses on matters of interest and concern to stakeholders and CSR issues in the Medium-term CSR Plan of the Fujifilm Group.
And since the Fujifilm Group operates 13 businesses in 26 countries around the world, the report includes more detailed information about efforts by overseas companies and Fuji Xerox in addition to actions taken by Fujifilm.

Period covered by the report

Performance data encompasses Fiscal year 2008 (April 1, 2007—March 31, 2008). With regards to the content of activities, we have conveyed insofar as possible the most recent trends, including activities in fiscal 2008.

Organizations covered by the report

The Fujifilm Group (FUJIFILM Holdings, Fujifilm and its affiliates, Fuji Xerox and its affiliates)

  • Major consolidated companies are shown here.
  • Quantitative information about personnel and labor affairs represents non-consolidated data for Fujifilm and Fuji Xerox.
  • The scope of Labor Environment and Social Benefit Accounting is shown here. The scope of Environmental Accounting is shown here.

Referenced guidelines

  • Ministry of the Environment: Environmental Reporting Guidelines—Towards a Sustainable Society (Fiscal Year 2007 Version)
  • GRI: Sustainable Reporting Guidelines 2006
  • Ministry of the Environment: Environmental Accounting Guidelines (Fiscal Year 2005 Version)

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