Material Issue 3:Co-exist and Co-prosper with the Supply Chain and Fulfill the Trust of Stakeholders
Basic Approach and Policy
With globalization, supply chain management is becoming more and more important for all businesses, including the manufacturing industry. CSR activities throughout the entire supply chain, including partners, are questioned. We need to procure raw materials appropriately, address human rights issues and occupational health and safety issues and respond to environmental and new regulations. The Toyo Ink Group will strive to build better supply chains in close cooperation with partners, promoting procurement practices that consider human rights and environmental issues which are spotlighted by international initiatives.
Objectives and Targets of SDGs that are Relevant to the Actions on the Material Issue
|Actions||Objectives and Targets of Relevant SDGs|
|Co-existence and co-prosperity in the supply chain through collaboration||
12.7 We will promote sustainable procurement (CSR procurement) based on the Procurement Principles and the Standard for Selecting Suppliers.
16.2 We will prohibit forced labor and child labor via our supply chain and ensure that we provide training on human rights including respect for human rights.
|Respect for the human rights of all stakeholders|
The deployment of the Human Resources Policy, which includes our approach to respect for human rights, and human rights education in overseas assignment training are undertaken by the Group Human Resource Department of Toyo Ink SC Holdings Co., Ltd. Noncompliance, including human rights violations, is handled by “Compliance Office,” the internal / external hotline.
Supply chain management related to the procurement of raw materials by the overall Group is undertaken by the Group Purchasing Department of Toyo Ink SC Holdings Co., Ltd.