Editorial Policy

Editorial Policy

  • “The CSR Report 2021” is published with the goals of informing stakeholders about the social responsibilities of SEKISUI CHEMICAL Group (the Group), as well as the various initiatives in which it is involved to resolve social issues, and increasing public understanding of the Group’s activities.
  • The Group’s long-term vision, “Vision 2030,” is to support the basis of LIFE and to continue to create “peace of mind for the future” in order to realize a sustainable society. Guided by this vision, we have continued to place particular importance on strengthening ESG management since fiscal 2020. We have also identified and structured this report around the key ESG management issues of “governance (Internal control),” “digital transformation (DX),” “the environment,” “human resources,” and “fusion.”
  • The information posted here has been decided upon in reference to various report-drafting guidelines, based on internal and external surveys and third-party reviews, and in consideration of what is important for both society and the Group.
  • “The CSR Report 2021” has been edited with an anticipated readership of all stakeholders involved with the Group, particularly institutions that evaluate ESG and long-term investors.
  • In order to ensure that information is both comprehensive and easy to read, this CSR Report 2021, which contains all information relating to the CSR activities of the Group, has been centrally consolidated and posted to the CSR section of the Company’s website. The Report is provided in the two PDF and HTML formats. The “CSR Report 2021 PDF Edition,” which has the same content as the Web Edition, can be obtained from the PDF download page.
  • The standards used for calculating the major reported performance indicators are compiled together and listed after each set of performance data.
  • To ensure reliability, the environmental and social information in the Japanese version of the “CSR Report 2021 PDF Edition” has been assured by a third-party organization.

Guidelines Used for Reference, etc.

  • GRI Standards
  • The Ministry of the Environment’s “Environmental Reporting Guidelines” (2012 and 2018 editions)
  • ISO26000 (Guidance Regarding Social Responsibility)
  • 10 Principles of the United Nations Global Compact