Sustainability

ESG Activities Supply Chanin Initiatives

Promoting CSR Procurement

As a CSR guideline for suppliers and business partners, OKI established the OKI Group Supply Chain CSR Deployment Guidebook, based on which OKI is conducting CSR surveys through self-assessment questionnaires given to domestic and overseas suppliers and business partners. OKI is also monitoring CSR initiatives of domestic suppliers and business partners through visits.
In December 2020, this guidebook was revised to comply with the Responsible Business Conduct Guidelines published in March 2020 by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association). These guidelines cover areas such as human rights and labor, occupational health and safety, environment, fair trade and ethics, product quality and safety, information security, business continuity plans, and the construction of a management system. At the same time, OKI also revised the self-assessment questionnaire given to suppliers and business partners and uses the current questionnaire to conduct surveys. OKI provides feedback about the survey results to each company and requests to make corrections as necessary. In the future, OKI will expand and revise the details of CSR surveys in light of the growing interest of stakeholders in ESG.

OKI Group Procurement Policies

List of Requests for suppliers

  1. Compliance with laws, regulations, and societal norms
    • Compliance with laws and regulations related to production and sale of materials, environmental laws and regulations, laws and regulations related to product safety, laws and regulations related to labor, occupational health and safety, and other laws and regulations
    • Prohibition of child labor and forced labor
    • Prohibition of discrimination by race, gender, or other characteristic
    • Realizing a safe and sanitary working environment
    • Prohibition of deviation from fair business practices
  2. Environmental considerations
  3. Sound and stable business management
  4. Appropriate levels of quality and cost, and stable supply
  5. Appropriate management and protection of information
  6. Cooperation for continuous supply
  7. Basic policy for conflict minerals
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