Compliance Guiding Principles
1. Business Activities
Observing Antimonopoly Laws
Employees shall not engage in private monopolization, unreasonable restraint of trade or unfair trade practices.
Security Trade Control
Employees shall not provide to any foreign country any weapons, arms or related technology that might disturb the maintenance of international peace and security.
Employees shall carry out customs clearance procedures properly with respect to all items exported or imported. Employees shall not export or import any controlled items.
Compliance with Applicable Laws
Employees shall become familiar with the applicable laws relevant to their individual business responsibilities in order to have an appropriate understanding of such laws, and shall refrain from engaging in any conduct that violates such laws.
Respecting and Protecting Intellectual Property Rights
Employees shall not engage in actions that may infringe the intellectual property rights of others and shall protect the intellectual property rights of the Company, which are among its valuable corporate assets.
Prohibition of Unfair Competition
The Management Principles of the Company place prime importance on integrity. Employees shall not engage in any practices constituting unfair competition, which may damage the reputation of the Company.
The Company's confidential information, including without limitation customer information, trade secrets and know-how, is a valuable corporate asset of the Company. Employees shall treat the Company's confidential information with great care and keep it in strict confidence. Confidential information received by the Company from a third party shall be treated with the same degree of care.
Preservation of the Environment
Employees shall give due consideration to the preservation of the global environment.
Overseas Business Activities
When conducting business overseas, employees shall familiarize themselves with the local laws and regulations governing their activities and act in compliance with these laws and regulations.
2. Corporate Citizen As a Member of Society
Prohibition on Giving Bribes
Employees shall not engage in any conduct which would constitute, or has the appearance of, the offering of any bribe. Employees are also prohibited from giving gifts or offering entertainment to government officials.
Prevention of Unlawful Payments to Foreign Governmental Officials
Employees shall not provide or offer to provide any unlawful benefit, including without limitation cash, to any foreign governmental official for the purpose of procuring business.
Employees shall not make any political contributions that are not in compliance with applicable law.
Confrontation with Antisocial Forces
Employees shall not yield to any antisocial forces and shall take a strong stand to oppose any such influence.
3. Maintenance of a Good Working Environment
Respect for Human Rights (*)
Employees shall respect human rights and shall not engage in any unfair discrimination.
*Complied with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Prohibition of Sexual Harassment
Employees shall not engage in sexual harassment, including any sexually offensive actions or remarks that have a negative impact on the working environment.
Prohibition on Abuse of Authority
Employees shall exercise their authority in the workplace within the appropriate scope and shall not use their authority to engage in harassment of any other employee, including comments, actions or gestures that may damage another employee's dignity or character, create a harmful working environment for another employee or cause another employee to fear losing his or her employment.
4. Personal Interests
Employees shall not engage in any conduct that violates, or may appear to violate, the laws and regulations regarding insider trading.
Conflict of Interest
Employees shall not engage in any conduct which conflicts with the interests of the Company.
Proper Use of Information System
Employees shall not use the information system of the Company for any unauthorized purpose.