Promotion System

SEKISUI CHEMICAL Group is promoting ESG management on a Group-wide basis in a bid to realize both a sustainable society and sustainable growth for the Group.

Sustainability Committee and Sub-committees

In its efforts to promote ESG management on a Group-wide basis, SEKISUI CHEMICAL Group has established the Sustainability Committee. Under the umbrella of this Committee, we have also put in place seven subcommittees related to the Group’s materialities covering the environment, CS & Quality, human resources, safety, compliance, cyber security, and DX.
Chaired by the President, the Sustainability Committee’s membership also includes the Senior Managing Executive Officer Responsible for the ESG Management Department serving as deputy chairperson, as well as the presidents of the Housing Company, the UIEP Company, and the HPP Company. Meeting two times each year, the Sustainability Committee identifies risks and opportunities that the Group may face in the future, and reviews materiality as appropriate. At the same time, the committee determines Group-wide policies and KPIs, formulates Group-wide action plans, and monitors the status initiatives. Discussions by the committee, major items determined, and Group-wide risks are reported to and deliberated by the Board of Directors.
Meeting two times each year, each subcommittee is chaired by the executive in charge of Corporate Headquarters and includes the executives of each divisional company as well as general managers of divisional companies, Corporate Headquarters, and the Medical Business, which falls under the umbrella of Corporate Headquarters. Each subcommittee drafts specific measures for each divisional company based on details determined by the Sustainability Committee. These measures are incorporated into action plans and the status of progress monitored. The chairperson of each subcommittee participates in meetings of the Sustainability Committee to report on and discuss results.

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Sustainability Committee / Sub-committee Structure
(from fiscal 2021)