Goals and Results of CSR Activities

Japan
  FY2017 Goals FY2017 Results FY2018 Goals
Management Philosophy
Education and Permeation of the Kyocera Philosophy
Enhancement of Philosophy Education appropriate for the actual situation of each department
Teaching materials or training programs were prepared or provided to solve problems that differ from department to department.
Partial revision of the education programs and holding of training that matches each employee ranking
Reinforcement of Philosophy training systems that match the actual conditions in each country or region
Teaching materials developed or prepared to meet multi-lingual needs
Study meetings or regional conferences held for local education personnel
Reinforcement of Philosophy training systems that match the actual conditions in each country or region
Management
Reinforcement of communication with stakeholders for greater mutual trust
Reinforcement of communication with local society through periodic holding of CSR Report Meetings
CSR Report Meetings held for stakeholders around each plant, including local residents, customers, administration (188 people at 6 sites)
Continuation of communication with local society through periodic holding of CSR Report Meetings
Realization of highly transparent corporate governance and internal control systems
Further enhancement of corporate governance systems and internal control systems
Disclosure of the operation status of corporate governance systems and internal control systems
Further enhancement of corporate governance systems and internal control systems
Respect for Human Rights / Optimal Work Environment
Promotion of respect for diversity / work-life balance
Reinforcement of activities to promote women’s success in the workplace toward achievement of the numerical target
Assignment of positive action promotion committee members at each department
Holding of lectures by woman role models (Hokkaido Kitami Plant and Kagoshima Sendai Plant)
Promotion of measures to expand the number of women in managerial positions
Development of a working environment friendly to LGBT employees
Promotion of actions to improve the employment rate of disabled persons
Setting of the employment rate target at each work site to promote actions
Active acceptance of disabled persons participating in work experience through coordination with local community or relevant organizations
Promotion of actions to improve the employment rate of disabled persons
Enhancement of measures to support early return to work for employees from childcare leave or shortened workday system
Introduction of flexible work start or end time for reasons of childcare
Further promotion of support of full-time working to realize childcare or nursing care
Reinforcement of measures on human resource development
Expansion of sites to which employees are sent for study or training and reinforcement of language learning programs
Holding of language training in the Philippines
Enhancement of overseas training content
Reinforcement of management for health and safety
Japan: 50% reduction in the FY16 total accident frequency rate
50% reduction in the FY16 lost time accident frequency rate
Zero fire accidents
Overseas: 20% reduction in the FY16 total accidents per 1,000 persons
Zero fire or explosion accident
Japan: total accident frequency rate of 0.98
Lost time accident frequency rate of 0.33
One fire accident
Overseas: total accidents per 1,000 persons of 2.1
Zero fire accidents
Japan: total accident frequency rate of 0.5 or under
Lost time accident frequency rate of 0.15 or under
Zero fire or explosion accidents
Overseas: total accidents per 1,000 persons of 1.0 or under
Zero fire explosion accidents
Promotion of measures for health development
Blood checks newly held to measure health risks including stomach cancer
In-house Occupational Health Physicians’ Meetings held for dedicated industrial physicians from each site
Continuation of measures for health development
Environmental Activities
Achievement of Environment Vision 2020
Implementation of activities towards the achievement of a Low-Carbon Society Contribution Factor of 3 in 2020
Low-Carbon Society Contribution Factor 3.19 achieved ahead of schedule
Formulation of new mid- and long-term vision
Promotion of environmentally friendly products
Reinforcement of the Green Procurement Promotion System
The revised Green Procurement Guideline was distributed to business associates to request their further reinforcement of management
Reinforcement of the Green Procurement Promotion System
Promotion of environmental consciousness at factories and offices
Achievement of the basic unit improvement ratio in greenhouse gas emission, energy consumption, water consumption and industrial waste emission by 1% or more relative to FY2016 at all production sites
Greenhouse effect gas emission basic unit:
2.5% up from FY2016
Energy consumption basic unit:
4.9% up from FY2016
Water consumption basic unit:
5.5% improved from FY2016
Industrial waste emission basic unit:
0.1% improved from FY2016
Improvement of the basic unit improvement rate for greenhouse effect gas emission, energy consumption, water consumption and industrial waste emission at all production sites by 1% or more compared to that of FY2017
Environmental communication with local society
Promotion of environmental communication through support of environmental education or biodiversity preservation activities
On-site eco lessons for children
(participants: 9,461 children in Japan and 22 in China)
Implementation of forestation activities (Nagano and Kyoto)
Kyocera participated in tree-planting events (Thailand) and environmental enlightenment events (Mexico)
Promotion of environmental communication through environmental education support and biodiversity preservation activities
Fair Business Activities
Promotion of risk management
Reinforcement of global risk management system
Reinforcement of risk management systems for domestic Group companies
Reinforcement of risk management systems for overseas Group companies
Enhancement of risk management education
Education to risk management staff at domestic Group companies
Provision of education to department risk management staff and risk managers at each site
Education to risk management staff at overseas Group companies
Reinforcement of information security measures, such as technical measures against cyber attacks or internal fraud
Information security measures, such as technical measures against cyber attacks or internal fraud reinforced
Reinforcement of monitoring system for cyber attacks or internal fraud
Enhancement of information security education
Continued maintenance of domestic Group companies’ BCP activities
BCP expansion to overseas Group companies continued
Introduction of voluntary audit of BCP activities
Continued maintenance of BCP activities and improvement of workability at domestic Group companies
Establishment of voluntary audit of BCP activities
BCP expansion to overseas Group companies continued
BCP expansion to overseas Group companies continued
BCP expansion to overseas Group companies and establishment of maintenance activities
Continuation of BCP expansion to business associates
Understanding of the status of action at new business associates and identification of their problems
Confirmation of the status of action taken by business associates requested to improve their condition in the previous year
Periodic renewal survey on BCP activities at business associates conducted
Thorough legal compliance
Thorough management of cargoes not subject to the export control laws and orders
Audit/storage system for cargoes not subject to the laws or orders and fees and commissions introduced for reinforcement of management system
Implementation of management reinforcement by introduction of customer audit system
Greater expansion of the new legal audit system to Japan-based Group companies
Expansion started at some domestic Group companies
Start of expansion at all domestic Group companies
Reinforcement of supply chain management
Holding of supplier seminars or social gathering events
Supplier seminars and social gathering events held in Kyoto for 128 people from 126 major business associates
Continuation of holding of supplier seminars and social gathering events
Reinforcement of supply chain management in overseas
Overseas business associates thoroughly checked for their response to conflict mineral survey
Reinforcement of supply chain management in overseas
Customer Concerns
Efforts towards the raising of quality and customer satisfaction levels
Implementation of measures for improvement of CS index
Customer complaint index
69% from the previous year (31% improvement)
Continuation of response to CS index improvement
Social Contribution Activities
Promotion of social contribution activities
Kyocera has implemented activities including the support of academic and research activities, support for cultural and artistic activities, and international exchange and cooperation
Kyocera supports the Inamori Foundation’s Kyoto Prize, an award to honor excellence in three fields: Advanced Technology, Basic Sciences, and Arts and Philosophy
Special exhibition on the imperial court culture of early-modern Kyoto jointly held with neighboring Jonangu Shrine
Vietnamese junior high school students invited to Japan as part of a cultural exchange tour
Kyocera will continue activities including the support of academic and research activities, support of cultural and artistic activities, and international exchange and cooperation
   
 
Top of page