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[Priority issue 3]Ensure Product and Chemical Safety

 

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Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2015.

Basic Approach

[image]Acquiring, managing and communicating information on chemical substances (using the JAMP* framework)

Acquiring, managing and communicating information on chemical substances (using the JAMP* framework)

Because the Fujifilm Group manufactures a wide range of products such as chemical products, functional materials, optical devices, office equipment, and medical equipment, etc., we have established and implement management rules according to the respective composition and manufacturing processes of our products, from the perspective of management of the handling of chemical substances and management of information on chemical substances. Since 2010, in our Medium-Term CSR Plan, we have been making efforts for the priority issues of establishing and disseminating the framework to acquire, manage, and communicate information on chemical substances contained in products along the supply chain and enhancing our system to acquire information on laws and regulations in each country and region around the world accurately, and to ensure response efficiently.

* Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium (JAMP): A cross industry organization established in 2006 to ensure smooth communication and management of information on chemical substances contained in products throughout the supply chain.

Target

Contribute to “Minimization of adverse effect to environment and human health from chemical substances in production and usage by FY2020”

Topics

Management of chemical substance usage information across the supply chain started in China

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Many countries are currently reinforcing their laws and regulations concerning chemical substances used in products, such as the RoHS directives and REACH. To ensure compliance with such laws and regulations, Fujifilm uses the information communication tools offered by the Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium (JAMP). Utilizing the chemical substance management system also offered by JAMP in conjunction with the information communication tools, we share information on the chemical substances used in our products with overseas subsidiaries. We are also enlarging the scope of the system and tool usage throughout the supply chain.

This expansion was made to Asian countries in 2014. FUJIFILM Imaging Systems (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. which is our largest production site in China, held a briefing session for local business partners. With the agreement of the partners attended the meeting, we started gathering chemical substance information using the JAMP system and tools with common information sharing formats. We are now working together with our business partners to collect and publish this chemical substance information.

Briefing on the chemical substance management tool to business partners

[image]Briefing on the chemical substance management tool to business partners

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2015.

Related Information

The Fujifilm Group examines CSR issues from both corporate and stakeholders' viewpoints and moves forward with its CSR activities by setting priority CSR targets and implementing specific measures.



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