01 Representative Director’s commitment
It is necessary to stress that legal compliance is an essential factor of business management and that all employees must always keep it in mind to create a workplace atmosphere of legal compliance.
02 Selection of self-compliance manager
The Board of Directors must select an employee with a firm sense of duty as the self-compliance manager and inform all employees of it.
03 Distribution of self-compliance manual
The Company must make a self-compliance manual that can be used as a guideline and distribute it to employees in purchasing/sales departments with risk of violations of fair trade-related laws. Such a manual must be drawn up in a way to fit for our corporate organization and characteristics.
04 Training programs
The Company must hold training sessions (including online education using video) for employees in purchasing/sales departments with risk of violations of fair trade-related laws for at least two hours within each half of a year. The training must be focused on having the practice of self-compliance take root within the Company and informing employees of the cases of legal violations in their areas of activity.
05 Establishment of an internal supervision system
The self-compliance manager must report the result of his/her supervision and future plan to the Board of Directors at least once within each half of a year. He/she must engage in activities to prevent legal violations and submit information on such violations to top management.
06 Disciplinary measures on violations
The Company must take disciplinary measures for employees in violation of fair trade-related laws and regulations under the in-house regulations to create a workplace atmosphere for legal compliance.
07 Establishment of a doocument management system
The Company must have an efficient system for preparing and storing self-compliance-related doocuments. The self-compliance manager must sufficiently manage doocuments concerning the foregoing items 01 through 06.