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CSR Activities in the United States (Sustainability Report 2009)

 

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2009.

Enhanced governance of affiliates by FUJIFILM Holdings America

The Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Department of FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation supervises all environmental conservation and occupational health and safety activities at Fujifilm Group companies in the United States.

In April 2007, this local holding company began sharing information proactively with employees in charge of environment and safety at each of the affiliates, in order to improve their EHS activity level, to make the environmental goals of all the affiliates consistent with the philosophy of the Fujifilm Group Green Policy, and to improve the cost efficiency of their EHS activities, while collecting important information for the Group. The EHS Department provides the affiliates with the following services. As a result, they have improved their environmental and occupational safety and health performance while also substantially reducing related management costs.

In fiscal 2008, the EHS Department took the initiative to achieve the common targets of local Group companies (see above table).

Services provided by the EHS Department:

  • Provision of latest information on environment and occupational health and safety
  • A database on related laws and regulations
  • Provision of training programs through the Internet
  • Provision of information exchange opportunities through the Internet
  • Organization of an annual forum for information exchange
  • Provision of mutual audit opportunities

Common targets and achievements

  Common Targets Achievements
1 Reducing the release of hazardous waste at manufacturing sites Reduced the release by selling more waste as valuable resources based on a waste disposal plan.
2 Reducing the emission of greenhouse gases (Taking fiscal 2006 as the baseline year) Conducted effective energy conservation activities based on the equipment guidelines and an energy management program.
3 Promptly collecting environmental and safety information about products Introduced a management system for product safety information.

Circulatory production of QuickSnap by FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc.

FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A, Inc. is engaged in circulatory production of QuickSnap, as shown in the following figure. QuickSnap single-use cameras sold across the world are collected after use in three bases in Japan, Europe, and the United States, and then recycled and reused in manufacturing new QuickSnap cameras at the plant in the United States, where almost all of the total amount recovered is collected. The highly advanced factory is equipped with a circulatory production system that is developed in Japan, and the Fujifilm Group manufactures all of its QuickSnap products for loyal users of photo films all over the world.

Circulatory production of QuickSnap

[Image]Circulatory production of QuickSnap

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2009.



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