ISO 14001 Certification Acquisition Results
Fujitsu Group Acquires Worldwide Integrated ISO 14001 Certification
On March 23, 2006, Fujitsu received worldwide integrated ISO 14001 certification from the Japan Audit and Certification Organization for Environment and Quality (JACO) and DNV DET NORSKE VERITAS AS. Certification update was approved and received the reauthorized certificate on March 23, 2015.
- Scope of Certification: Manufacture and Sales of Telecommunication System, Information Processing System and Electronic Devices, and their Related Services
- Certified Organization: FUJITSU GROUP WORLD-WIDE
- Certification Renewal Date: March 23, 2015
- Certification Expiration Date: March 22, 2018
- Certification Organization: Japan Audit and Certification Organization for Environment and Quality (JACO) and DNV GL BUSINESS ASSURANCE JAPAN K.K.
- Certificate No.: EC98J2005
- The scope of FUJITSU GROUP ISO 14001 Certification (11 KB)
Some Fujitsu Activities with Worldwide Integrated Certification
- Strengthening environmental risk responsiveness in the supply-chain platform
- Strengthening Group-wide governance
- Setting environmental targets for our main operations
- Providing e-learning programs for all Group employees
- Carrying out independent internal audits by the Corporate Internal Audit Unit
Updating Our Globally Integrated ISO 14001 Certification
At the end of FY 2004, the Fujitsu Group obtained integrated ISO 14001 certification, which is an international EMS standard, covering its consolidated subsidiaries. We have, as of the end of FY 2011, acquired global integrated ISO 14001 certification for a total of 91 companies, including 12 overseas Group companies. After obtaining integrated certification, annual surveillance inspections were conducted until FY 2007. The first update inspection was carried out in FY 2008, resulting in certification reauthorization. Surveillance inspections were again conducted in FY 2009 and FY 2010, culminating in the second certification reauthorization in FY 2011.
In addition, our 25 overseas companies that are not production sites are constructing and operating an EMS in line with Fujitsu Group environmental policies. In this way, we have established an environmental management structure spanning the entire Group.
By constructing an integrated EMS encompassing Group companies the globe, we are further strengthening our global governance. This allows us to not only grasp our status of achievement of the Fujitsu Group Environmental Protection Program (Stage VI), but also to collect environmental activity information on a quarterly basis from all Group companies, such as legal compliance, emergency response and environmental communication activities. Management reviews, including of Group companies overseas, are another benefit of this system.
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