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Operating Practices

Responsible Business

Strategy

Operating Practices is an essential part of the Fujitsu Way, the general principles that govern Fujitsu’s company culture. Good Operating Practices are the backbone of our business and are fundamental to establishing and sustaining legitimate and productive relationships on all levels of our business activities.

Operating Practices comprises a number of different topics that sit within several different departments across the region. This program is as a great way to support alignment on these topics and to make all the activities and best practice visible that sit in various parts of the organisation.

Goals and Action Areas

  • Responsible Supply Chain: Our Procurement organisation is continuing to focus on Responsible Business aspects when managing suppliers. Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) membership: Fujitsu is pleased to join the EICC in April 2017 as an affiliate member. EICC is the largest industry body concerning human rights and labor conditions in the supply chain. 
  • Data Protection & Security: We have renewed our investment in data security to ensure that we are able to provide the best-in-class in security services to customers.  
  • Safety: FAI is committed to providing a safe workplace for all employees. To that end, an effort has been made to ensure we have an effective and dynamic program in place to be able to respond, in an appropriate and timely manner, to any and all situations where our people and our property are at risk.  After appointing a National Safety Rep, we have also put in place local Safety Managers have been appointed for key US locations to assist with implementing Safety policies and procedures. We conduct external audits to assess the effectiveness of our IIPP.  We develop annual goals and targets to ensure compliance and identify areas of concern as well as indications of best practices.
  • Human Rights: Fujitsu has publicly announced its support for the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact based on universal standards regarding human rights and rights at work, such as the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," and the International Labor Organization's (ILO) "Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work." To this effect, Fujitsu Group released its Human Rights Statement in December 2014Open a new window. Fujitsu Americas, together with other regions, is supporting the work of the Global CSR Division in conducting human rights impact assessments, training and reporting. 
  • Compliance: The Global Compliance department ensure (with the support of other functions and the Business Lines) the implementation of global policies, programs, training and standards.

Fujitsu Group Policy on Conflict Minerals

The Fujitsu Group regards corporate responsibility with respect to conflict minerals(*) as an important CSR issue and, accordingly, formulated its “Fujitsu Group Policy on Conflict Minerals" in March 2018. The Policy stipulates that the Fujitsu Group shall remove high-risk conflict minerals — those associated with fostering conflict, forced labor, or human rights violations — from its products, components, and supply chain.

(*)Conflict minerals are minerals whose mining or trading finances armed groups and fosters conflict, or that are closely related to such issues as human rights abuses or labor issues. The U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges to report the use of conflict minerals to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This applies to conflict minerals such as tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold and any other minerals determined to be conflict minerals by the U.S. State Department where those minerals are mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or neighboring countries.