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CSR Management


Our structure to promote CSR activities, priority issues and specific measures are introduced here, together with the progress and results of the activities.

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

The Fujifilm Group's CSR Promotion System and Related Policies

We established our Approach to CSR in 2006 in view of the importance of CSR in achieving sustainable growth in an age of tumultuous changes in the business environment, and of its value not only to top management but to each and every employee. Subsequently, seven policy statements (the Green Policy, Social Contribution Policy, Guidelines for Biodiversity, Procurement Policy, Quality Policy, Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Global Security Trade Control Policy) have been established and implemented.

The Fujifilm Group established the CSR Committee chaired by the President of FUJIFILM Holdings. The Committee takes decisions on the important matters relating to the CSR activities of the entire Group. The CSR Department of FUJIFILM Holdings, which is the Secretariat of the CSR Committee, is responsible ensuring rigorous CSR management by the Fujifilm Group. The CSR Department prepares the ground for various activities, discloses information outside, communicates with stakeholders, supports the CSR activities of Group companies, and audits the CSR activities of the entire Group.

The CSR department in each Group company prepares and implements specified plans according to the overall Group CSR plan. It reviews the annual results and reports on activities to the FUJIFILM Holdings CSR Committee. The Group as a whole moves our CSR activities forward with a sense of unity.

The Fujifilm Group's CSR Promotion System

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

Related Information

Five principles for conducting fair corporate activities.

Our rules with openness, fairness and clarity as the foundation.

Enhancing the quality of life and the sustainable development of society.

Strengthening and attainment of our corporate governance to enhance our corporate value.

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