Rooted in our belief in “Quality Supremacy”, we, the Aisin group of companies, strive to actively contribute to the creation of a sustainable society and environment through our business activities in each country and territory in which we operate. To this end, in accordance with the following seven principles, irrespective of the location, we respect human rights, abide by the letter and spirit of all applicable laws, rules and regulations, and act in a sincere and socially responsible manner:
July 1, 2011
1. We strive to gain the satisfaction and trust of consumers and users by developing and offering products and services that are beneficial to society, while giving sufficient consideration to safety.
2. We are committed to fair and open competition. We comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations and are socially responsible in conducting our business. We also maintain ethical relationships with government officials and do not establish or maintain relationships with individuals or groups that promote illegal activities or threaten public order or safety.
3. We make available to the public our corporate information in a user-friendly and fair manner, and actively communicate with our stakeholders* in order to establish and develop healthy relationships.
4. We respect the character, individuality, and diversity of our employees and provide a safe, enjoyable and productive work environment in order to help them achieve a balanced and fulfilling life.
5. We recognize that how to deal with our environment is a matter touching all humans and is of critical importance to our corporate existence and business activities, and we proactively and positively address environmental issues.
6. We respect the culture and customs of each country and territory in which we operate, and we actively contribute to the civic activities closely connected to our local communities.
7. Our senior management takes a lead in upholding these principles, and will seek and receive input from both within and outside the group, and provide thorough instruction in these principles to all persons within the group, and distribute these principles to everyone concerned, including our suppliers. If there is a violation of these principles, senior management will directly take necessary measures to resolve the issues and will strictly discipline those individuals (including senior management) responsible for violations of the principles.
* The term “stakeholders” refers to all the persons and organizations connected with our company operations, including our employees, shareholders, creditors, community residents, states, and local government agencies.