As a Company, We Aim to Engage with the Local Communities Which We Are a Part of.
Initiatives of the Housing CompanyActivities to Improve Civic Order in Regions
The Housing Company believes that it is essential that it contribute to resolving societal problems, such as by offering housing that is robustly built to survive natural disasters and decked out in ways that help prevent crime, and working on urban-development initiatives that allow residents to leave in peace, as well as on initiatives to deter crime. The Housing Company is thus engaged in activities that contribute to society in cooperation with prefectural police forces throughout Japan.
The main action pursued is to create agreements for support and cooperation between Sekisui Heim sales companies throughout the country and local police forces. The Housing Company also participates in various events, distributes goods themed around crime prevention and traffic safety, and donates to groups that offer assistance to victims of crimes.
We are carrying out specialized initiatives for each local area. Some specific examples include distribution of materials such as specialized fraud damage prevention flyers, the use of residential exhibition areas as “#110 Emergency Homes for Children,” donation of phone fraud repelling equipment (automatic audio recorders) to police stations, and traffic safety education activities in the streets.
The company has created a pamphlet describing these activities and makes use of it as a communication tool both within the Company and for the general public.
Distribution of specialized fraud damage prevention flyers
Supporting the printing of “Bike Safety Classroom” pamphlets
(Japan Traffic Safety Association)
Calls for traffic safety using surging
Sekisui Heim Chubu, Gifu Branch
Donation of phone fraud repelling equipment
Sekisui Heim Kyushu
Installation of vending machines (for drinking water) to support victims of crimes
Sekisui Heim Sanyo
Pamphlet describing the Housing Company’s social contribution activities
(Issued in April 2018)