By creating social and economic value through our business activities, we aim to build a circular economy and contribute to the sustainable development of people's lives, culture, society, and the economy.
We will work to enhance compliance practices across the board, and further strengthen corporate governance.
We will help to find solutions to climate change and other global environmental issues, and will take steps to protect the environment, including by reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.
Recognizing that respect for human rights is the foundation of our business activities, we will respect the human rights of all people involved in the group's business.
To achieve diversity and inclusion, we will foster a workplace culture and build systems that embrace diversity in terms of personal attributes, values, and workstyles.
We will ensure fair and appropriate business practices with all customers and suppliers, and work to build a sustainable and responsible procurement system to provide our customers with a safe, stable and reliable supply of products and services.
We will work to strengthen our systems for occupational health and safety, and support all group employees to maintain and improve their health, with the target of eradicating workplace accidents, hazards, and occupational illnesses.
We will take thorough steps on risk and crisis management to ensure that we are well prepared for risks including terrorism, cyber-attacks, natural disasters, and outbreaks of infectious disease.
We will communicate proactively with all stakeholders, including executives and employees, customers and suppliers, shareholders and investors, and local communities, and will work to deepen mutual understanding with the aim of achieving harmonious coexistence and coprosperity.
Revised February 8, 2022
Akihiko Watanabe, President
Japan Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
Effective April 1, 2022