Being aware that each of us is a constituent member of the business enterprise having a characteristic of a social and public institution, we hereby adopt this Code as our moral standard and code of conduct.
We can continue to operate the business only if customers support us and society trusts us. We keep this in mind and have pride in having as our principle the lawfulness and sincerity that reflects the spirit in which the Company was founded.
We observe applicable domestic and foreign laws with regard for the underlying spirit of such laws and also “behave with integrity as a company and an individual” in order to continue to be fair and sincere to society. More specifically, we:
Management personnel should take the lead in observing this Code of Ethics and make it well known to people within the Company. If any breach of this Code occurs, Management should investigate the reasons therefore, make efforts to avoid recurrence of such breach and fulfill the responsibility of prompt disclosure of relevant information and explanations for such incidences.
In September 2018, the Nissui Principles was prepared and distributed to all employees. The Nissui Principles include the Corporate Philosophy, the Basic Management Philosophy, the CSR Action Declaration, the Employee Health Declaration, the Code of Ethics, the Quality Assurance Code, the Environmental Code, the Nissui Group Basic Procurement Policy, the Basic Information Security Policy and the method for using the whistle-blowing system. A Risk Management Month is set aside each year where, the members of each division take turns reading the Nissui Principles.
Additionally, Nissui conducts compliance seminars for its new employees, as well as conducting seminars on specific themes including personal scandals, the Subcontract Act and the Antimonopoly Act.