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As a member of society, we at the Nitto Group, while applying ourselves to the development of our business, fulfill our social responsibilities with integrity and give due consideration to human rights, the environment, and communities.
■We ensure that every employee respects human rights in their work as we foster a culture that encourages open communication in accordance with the guiding principles of “Open, Fair and Best.”
■We do not discriminate against any employee based on race, color, gender, language, religion, belief, nationality, origin, age, or physical or mental disabilities.
■We take every opportunity to educate employees on human rights so that we may remain a trustworthy member of society.
We endorse the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Every year, a CSR workshop is held for those in managerial posts at Nitto group companies around the world. These workshops include sessions to raise awareness regarding human rights issues.
Minerals produced in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and neighboring African countries are in widespread use by industries around the world. Armed insurgents who receive funds and profit from this mining, directly or indirectly, are said to be heavily involved in internal strife accompanied by serious human rights violations in this region.
Under these circumstances, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reached a decision in August 2012 to make it mandatory for all concerned firms listed on the stock market in the United States to disclose information on their procurement of specified minerals (the "conflict minerals" in Note 1), beginning in 2014. Studies to this end are already widening throughout corporate supply chains, and specification of smelters in the distribution process is considered particularly important.
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