CSR plan

Process for Identifying Materiality

 (Priority Issues)

In addition to the review of CSR activities under Sustainable Value Plan 2016 (SVP2016), issues that should take priority in Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP2030) were identified with attention given to global developments in response to climate change, etc. As a result of the review, the perspective adopted in SVP2016 to make company-wide efforts to solve social issues as opportunities for business growth was upgraded to clearly specify a future vision from the long-term perspective on contributions to resolving social issues as a global company and was adopted as the basic policy.

Impact on Business Processes across the Value Chain (Ex. Environment)

  • * Study of priority issues based on the SDG Compass from viewpoints of both the negative impacts from business processes and the positive impacts from social contribution through business

In identifying social issues, roughly 130 items listed from various indexes such as ISO 26000 and GRI Guidelines/Standards were combined from the standpoint of social issues to be addressed from a long-term perspective, including the goals of the Paris Agreement and the 169 targets under the SDGs. Also, the possibility of contributing to resolving social issues was discussed with all business divisions to identify relevant products, technologies, and services in these divisions.

Evaluation adopted the approaches both of resolving social issues through business and reducing the social impact of business activities in society.

1. Resolving social issues through business

Fujifilm's technologies, products and services that show the potential of making a social contribution and the social issues were organized in a matrix diagram. Based on the diagram, the possibility of contributing to solving social issues and the scale of the impact on society were evaluated, and the social issues that must be prioritized were identified.

[figure]Matrix on Social Issues and Fujifilm Group's Products, Services, and Technologies

Matrix on Social Issues and Fujifilm Group's Products, Services, and Technologies/Materiality Mapping for Extracting Priority Issues

Priority issues

● Environment

  • Climate Change
  • Resource Recycle
  • Manegement of Chemical Substances

● Work Style / Health

  • Develop and Utilize Diverse Human Resources

● Enhance Value Chain Management

● Governance

  • Compliance and Risk Management

2. Reduction of the impact of our business activities

With the participation of the CSR specialist E Square, the social issues identified were evaluated from a social perspective (how important society perceives the issue and what it demands of the Fujifilm Group) and our company perspective (impact on business strategy, brand and reputation) and were mapped on five levels. Issues that were rated four or higher on both sides were organized and reexamined in expressions suitable for the Group’s measures on the issues and were defined as priority issues.

[figure]Materiality Mapping for Extracting Priority Issues

Materiality Mapping for Extracting Priority Issues

Priority issue

● Environment

  • Climate Change
  • Resource Recycle

● Health

  • Response Unmet Medical Needs
  • Improve Accessibility to Medical services

● Daily Life

  • Creating a Safe and Secure Society
  • Enriching Humanity

● Work Style / Health

  • Environment that lends to Job Satisfaction

For each priority issue defined, relevant business divisions at operating companies that had introduced measures on the issue took the initiative in studying the indicators for promoting progress toward the long-term goal, and for environmental issues on a global scale, definitions of the numerical targets for the year 2030. Priority issues of SVP2030 were finalized
in the deliberations by the CSR Committee (present ESG Committee), headed by the President of FUJIFILM Holdings. For achievement of SVP2030, we will re-examine our group-wide activities through PDCA every three years by planning for medium-term management reform.