Regarding the establishment of "OMRON Environmental Policy" and "OMRON Human Rights Policy" in the SF2030 Long-term Vision
- May 25, 2022
In a meeting held March 1, 2022, the OMRON Corporation (Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto; Yoshihito Yamada, president and CEO) board of directors resolved to revise the company's Environmental Policy and to establish a Human Rights Policy.
In April 2022, OMRON started its Long-Term Vision, Shaping the Future 2030 (SF2030) - Innovation Driven by Social Needs through Automation to Empower People. To reach the Autonomous Society OMRON seeks under this new vision, OMRON believes it must resolve sustainability issues related to the environment and human rights, including climate change and economic disparity.
OMRON also believes in the importance of evolving efforts to address environmental and human rights issues to enhance corporate value. Here, the company has identified achieving decarbonization and reducing its environmental impact and respect towards human rights in the value chain as key sustainability issues under SF2030, setting set medium- and long-term targets for these issues.
The OMRON Environmental Policy and the OMRON Human Rights Policy were formulated as important guidelines for resolving sustainability issues and achieving the goals of SF2030, while also keeping in mind the future demands and expectations of the international community.
OMRON will contribute to the creation of sustainable societies by reducing carbon and environmental impacts throughout the value chain based on the OMRON Environmental Policy and the OMRON Human Rights Policy. The company is dedicated to reducing the risk of human rights violations through the implementation of human rights due diligence and the establishment of a corrective mechanism in line with international standards. OMRON is committed to the creation of sustainable societies and to enhancing its own corporate value.
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