FUJIFILM Holdings Sustainability Report 2020 comprises two parts in response to recent demand for information disclosure. One is Management Performance and the other is SVP Stories. Overviews of each part follow.
|Management Performance||SVP Stories|
|Report overview||The results of FY2019 activities systematically cover each aspect of ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance), based chiefly on data. Additionally, sustainability accounting showing activity results in numerical figures and third-party assurances are shown at the end.(Further improvements on the 2019 edition published for the first time.)||The sustainability scenario is described as concrete actions toward SVP 2030. The 2020 edition includes an overview of the activities in FY2019 (Pages 10-15) and special content covering our wideranging activities chiefly in healthcare amid the global COVID-19 pandemic (Pages 16-23).|
|Improved readability||Tables were used for Basic Approach, Related Policies, Overview, etc. to make the data provided easier to understand.||Visual help is provided for easier understanding of the content on each of the six areas in SVP 2030 and their progress. Help includes icons to indicate major points and a summary of major activities related to priority issues in FY2019.|
Our Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP 2030) is a long-term plan with the same target year as the Paris Agreement and the SDGs. The plan, which was announced in August 2017 together with our Medium-Term Management Plan, VISION 2019, was created based on the CSR issues that have high materiality for both the Fujifilm Group and its stakeholders from the environmental and social aspects out of the three fields of our business activities. In its development, these issues were linked to those of the 17 SDGs that we can contribute.
To increase accessibility to the topics from the CSR issues, they are associated with the GRI standards. Further, continuous third-party opinion has been consulted on environment, one of the most important issues, as well as on environmental and social data to ensure objective assessment and data accuracy.
For readers who are interested in more extensive information, visit our website that also contains archived data for the last five years. You can find the Integrated Report in the IR Library on the FUJIFILM Holdings website. Our operating companies also have their own CSR websites for proactive disclosure of information. For more details of their CSR activities, please refer to each company’s official website.
Please note that FUJIFILM Holdings has obtained independent assurance of the following information.
[Scope of Independent Assurance]
- Stakeholder Management Process for the Report
- Greenhouse gases emissions [Scope 1 (including CFC), 2 & 3 (Category 1)]
- Energy consumption
- Volumes of water intake and discharge
- Volume of waste generated
- Volume of VOC emissions
- Data on Personnel and Labor
- Management systems supporting the reporting process
Information Disclosure Tools
- Corporate Governance Guidelines
- Report on Corporate Governance (Tokyo Stock Exchange)
- Fujifilm Tax Policy
Disclosed as IR information (including governance)
- Integrated Report
- Yuka Shoken Hokokusho (Securities Report)
Disclosed as CSR information (including governance)
- Sustainability Report 2020
SVP Stories/Management Performance
- Site Report
Process of Creating the Report
Period covered by the report
FY2019 (April 1, 2018—March 31, 2020) is covered in the performance data.
With regards to the contents of activities, wherever possible, we have conveyed the most recent trends, including activities in FY2020.
Organizations covered by the report
The Fujifilm Group (FUJIFILM Holdings and its affiliates)
Date of publication (SVP Stories)
November 2020 (next report: September 2021, previous report: November 2019)
Referenced standards and guidelines
Supplemental information regarding reported matters
The term “employees” refers to all employees, including managers, general employees, and part-time staff. The term “company employees” indicates employees (full-time staff). To further ensure the accuracy of the report, the terms “regular employees” and “non-regular employees” (temporary staff, parttime staff, others) have been used separately as required.