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Management Principles

Management Principles

Management Principles

Ideas, plans, structures and actions

After conceiving of an idea, we consider it from various angles, organize structures to realize it and put our plan into action.

Ethical Charter

Sincere and responsible action is our key mantra.

The Ethical Charter of Daiseki provides a basic set of policy guidelines to ensure that sincere and responsible action by every employee goes toward making our company a reliable member of society and a trustworthy partner for our customers.

  1. Social Role and Responsibility
    We clearly understand our social role and responsibilities as a company that treats industrial waste. To be worthy of society’s trust, we constantly strive to conduct our business in a transparent, appropriate and accountable manner.
  2. Compliance with Laws and Regulations
    We comply strictly with all laws and regulations and promote appropriate, sincere and fair business.
  3. Respect for Human Rights and Promotion of Progressive Ideals
    We respect human rights and promote progressive ideals.

(Revised March 1, 2007)

Code of Conduct

Daiseki employees are obliged to follow this code of conduct.

Our corporate activity prioritizes social responsibility, compliance, respect for fundamental human rights and other values that Daiseki Co., Ltd., abides by "Code of Conduct" refers to basic internal regulations that all directors and employees are obliged to observe.

[ Code of Conduct Articles ]

  1. Daiseki’s Basic Policies
    • (1)Develop healthy corporate activities
    • (2)Promote mutual understanding with society
    • (3)Support activities that contribute to society
    • (4)Respect the environment
  2. Basic Concepts Regarding Daiseki Employees
    • (1)Have high expectations of employees
    • (2)Respect fundamental human rights
    • (3) Provide a work environment that fosters individual capabilities
  3. Guidelines for Fair Corporate Activity
    • (1)Comply with the Antimonopoly Law
    • (2)Observe regulations pertaining to entertainment and gifts
    • (3)Follow regulations regarding transactions with public organizations, political contributions, donations, etc.
  4. Guidelines for Protection of Information
    • (1)Maintain corporate secrecy
    • (2)Handle insider information appropriately
    • (3) Maintain intellectual property guidelines