Aim for zero cases of misconduct and major legal violations by disseminating an open, fair and clear corporate culture.
|Targets for FY2030||Major activities of FY2021||Self-
|Aim for zero cases of misconduct and major legal violations by disseminating an open, fair and clear corporate culture||
Future Activities and Targets
Further enhance Board of Directors' deliberations on medium-to long-term issues, such as sustainability, measures for value improvement in society, DX strategies, and human resource strategies, and improve transparency of management decision-making
Reinforcement of Governance
Improved audit capabilities through consolidation of audit organizations and introduction of advanced IT-based audit methods
In September 2017, FUJIFILM Holdings established its Global Audit Division, consolidating the existing audit organizations in each Group company, to create a system for the direct auditing of consolidated subsidiaries. This has led to the centralization of information at each company, swift reporting of action, effective utilization of auditing human resources scattered across the Group and other benefits that led to the auditing of all 300 companies in the Group in three years.
In conducting audits, we have introduced a new auditing method that utilizes IT, and one of these is the e-mail forensics system. In general, they are often outsourced to external organizations in times of emergency and are not used much for regular internal audits. However, we use our own AI and other internal mechanisms to develop our own systems. By combining this with more detailed internal data, we improve accuracy. Using this system enables us to grasp the corporate culture in addition to identifying signs of fraud and problems. Following the introduction of the system in Japan, we sequentially promote its application to the group companies overseas.
Compliance and Risk Management
Charter for Corporate Behavior and Code of Conduct
In accordance with changes in social conditions and our business operations, the Fujifilm Group has revised its Charter for Corporate Behavior and Code of Conduct and has disseminated the changes made to its employees.
In April 2019, revisions were made from more global perspectives , in response to changes in ways of thinking on corporate social responsibility in recent years. To ensure that our employees have an accurate understanding of the revision, the Charter and the Code of Conduct were translated into 23 languages and launched in 24 languages through the entire Group.
The employees who violate the Code of Conduct possibly become subject to disciplinary measures depending on the content of the violation.
In the healthcare business, we recognize that higher ethical conduct and transparency and fair business activities are requested by society and the regulatory authorities in each country. In accordance with this situation, in July 2020 we established the Fujifilm Group Global Healthcare Code of Conduct that must be adhered to in promoting proper business activities.
Please refer to the Sustainability Report for details of our initiatives.