The four subcommittees that promote the key issues (Resource Sustainability and Procurement Subcommittee, Marine Environment and Plastics Subcommittee, Food Loss and Waste Subcommittee and Diversity and Personnel Development Subcommittee) have pronounced the visions of what they are aiming to be in 2030 and have been promoting their respective activities.
|Key issues||Vision targeted in 2030 and KPIs||Details of activities in fiscal 2018||Working group|
|Preserve the bountiful sea and promote the sustainable utilization of marine resources and their procurement
||●2030: The sustainability of the marine products procured by the Nissui Group will have been confirmed.||●Disclosed survey results of the resource status of marine products handled by the Nissui Group (Summary)
・“No cause for concern” for the resource state of 88% of the fish species handled, and 37% were marine eco-label certified.
・The total volume procured by the Nissui Group corresponded to 1.6% of global catch.
・Identified issues and deliberated responses relating to “fish species unclear whether they are under a fisheries management program.”
●Conducted stakeholder dialogues
and Procurement Subcommittee
|●2030: Group companies including overseas companies will be engaged in procurement based on the CSR Basic Procurement Policy.||●Established three check systems for promoting sustainable procurement.
●Conducted the “Distributed Self-Check Sheet of Nissui CSR Purchasing Initiatives to 32 major suppliers inside and outside Japan, and conducted survey. Analyzed results, and provided feedback to each company
●Conducted preliminary meeting for suppliers taking the FY2019 self-check sheet survey
●Conducted stakeholder dialogues
|―||●Established the Marine Environment and Plastics Subcommittee.||Marine Environment and Plastic Subcommittee|
|●Medium- to long-term environmental impact reduction targets
・Reduction of CO2 emission
|●Established medium- to long-term environmental targets.
●Receive the DBJ’s Highest Environmental Rating
●Reduced methane emission through biomass electricity generation (Hachioji General Plant).
|Contribute to a healthy lifestyle with food safety and security
||●2018: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste occurring within the Nissui Group (domestic offices) have materialized and progress is being managed.
●2019: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste in each stage of distribution and consumption have materialized and have commenced.
●2020: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste across the entire food chain have commenced.
●2030: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste across the entire food chain are being carried out (10% reduction compared to fiscal 2017 on a per unit basis).
|●Established medium- to long-term food loss and waste reduction targets
●Initiatives to prolong use-by dates and switch to year/month labeling
●Carried out the project, “Let’s eat everything on our plates!”
●Carried out the project, “KANKIRIBU”
●Initiatives with Second Harvest Japan
●Conducted the lecture by Second Harvest Japan.
|Food Loss and Waste Subcommittee|
|Aim to be a company where diverse human resources play an important role to address the social agenda
||●2018: Promotion of Employee Health
●2019: Achievement of the targets for each item
・Health measures based on mental and physical checkups
・Decline in smoking rate: 29.3% (fiscal 2017) → 27.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of obesity rate (male): 33.6% (fiscal 2017) → 31.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of obesity rate (female): 20.9% (fiscal 2017) → 19.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of the EPA/AA ratio: 0.35% (fiscal 2017) → 0.45% (fiscal 2020)
●2020: Achievement of the targets for each item. As a result, Nissui is chosen for the Health & Productivity Stock Selection.
●2030: Employees and the organizations to which they belong to are capable of fully demonstrating their abilities based on their mental and physical health. Furthermore, Nissui will aim to become a company capable of supporting the enhancement of the QOL of its employees and family members.
|●Chosen for the “Health & Productivity Stock Selection 2019.”
●Receive the DBJ’s Highest Health Management Rating
●Health Plus (+) Storage Campaign
●Measurement of EPA/AA ratio and health ranking
●Fiscal 2018 results by item
・Smoking rate: 28.3%
・Obesity rate: (male) 34.6%, (female) 20.7%
・EPA/AA ratio: 0.38%
●Implemented a teleworking trial.
|●2030: Nissui will be generating innovation that will lead to value creation by utilizing diverse human capital and providing opportunities for such human capital to demonstrate the fullest potential.
●2020: Achievement of the targets for each item.
・Ratio of female managers: 6.7％
・Ratio of female regular employees hired by new graduates: over30%
|●Communicated President’s message on diversity.
●Conducted “Female employee career development seminar” for superiors.