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Compliance

Daiseki considers thorough compliance one of its foremost management objectives.

As a company certified by municipalities throughout Japan to handle waste treatment business, Daiseki considers compliance with laws, regulations and social mores to be the bedrock of its business and a topmost management objective. Thorough compliance enables Daiseki to fulfill its social and public responsibilities.

Compliance Structure

In May 2002, we established the ‘Compliance Committee’ and put in place the ‘Ethical Charter’, which we publicize both within and outside the Company.
The Waste Management and Public Cleansing Act (the “Waste Management Act”) and related environmental legislation apply to our gathering, transport and intermediate processing of industrial waste. Such laws as the Fire Service Act also apply in relation to our handling of waste oil and manufacturing and sale of petrochemical products.

Compliance System

Compliance System

Thorough Compliance Awareness

To ensure thorough compliance with various laws and regulations, Daiseki distributes to all new employees—new graduates and mid-career hires alike—a hand-holding card, the ‘Code of Ethics’. That contains such information as Daiseki’s management philosophy, ethical charter and code of conduct. Employees read this document during new employee training to foster a deeper understanding of its content. Employees are also required to submit the ‘Code of Ethics Manifesto’, which heightens their level of awareness.
Furthermore, each month all employees from each department attend compliance study groups.

Establishment of the Compliance Consultation Desk

Daiseki has established the ‘Compliance Consultation Desk’ within the Human Resources Department to allow for reporting and consultation in the event that an employee is found to contravene laws or regulations.
In addition to providing a framework for appropriately handling such inquiries while ensuring the thorough protection of personnel who provide such internal reports or take advantage of consultation, we have in place a structure to reinforce compliance management by quickly detecting and remedying any fraudulent acts.

Protection and Management of Information

Daiseki formulated the ‘Personal Information Protection Policy’ in 2005. We ensure thorough awareness of appropriate personal information protection among our executives and employees and are stepping up the management of such information.
And we established the ‘Basic Policy on Information Security’ in the same year. We manage and employ information under strict guidelines for information creation, use, taking outside the Company and storage. With regard to the handling of insider information, we also have in place rules that prohibit the provision of information to third parties and the use of such information for personal gain.