CSR Communication Policy
Our Approach to CSR Information Disclosure
As members of the Fujifilm Group, FUJIFILM Business Innovation and its affiliates will fulfill our accountability to shareholders and society in a sincere manner, noting the growth of ESG investmentNote1 and the increasing interest among stakeholders and the public alike in the disclosure of nonfinancial information, such as SDGs Note2-related measures. We also refer to international reporting guidelines, including those set by the Global Reporting Initiative. To this end, we will work to ensure a level of information disclosure sufficient to ensure the transparency of our decision-making process and the sound execution of the PDCA cycle in addition to disclosing the results of our activities.
FUJIFILM Business Innovation’s Sustainability Reporting
FUJIFILM Business Innovation and its affiliates annually report our non-financial information largely through this website and the FUJIFILM Holdings Sustainability Report.
For financial information, please refer to FUJIFILM Holdings’ annual securities report and Integrated Report.
As for FUJIFILM Business Innovation’s Sutainability report, please see below.
FUJIFILM Business Innovation’s Sustainability Website
Based on Fujifilm Group CSR plan "Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP2030)", FUJIFILM Business Innovation’s priority issues for resolving social issues, value creation process and activity results are introduced at this website.
FUJIFILM Holdings Sustainability Report
The Fujifilm Group's entire activities are reported into two parts. Initiatives to taken achieve SVP2030 are introduced in "SVP Stories", and policies, priority issues, targets and progress in terms of ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) are reported in "Management Performance".
Other related reports
Our Approach to What Information to Disclose
Sustainability reporting of FUJIFILM Business Innovation and its affiliates are provided in the FUJIFILM Holdings Sustainability Report and on this website of FUJIFILM Business Innovation. Our affiliates in each country and region provide sustainability reports individually as necessary.
Our Approach to Ensuring the Accuracy of the Information We Disclose
We deem it necessary to do our utmost to ensure the accuracy of our sustainability reporting. FUJIFILM Business Innovation therefore discloses information only after its veracity has been confirmed multiple times by the department responsible for the information and the department responsible for editing the information. Also, in the annual FUJIFILM Holdings Sustainability Report, third-party opinions have been introduced for each theme, and environmental and social data has been verified by third parties to ensure the objective evaluation of the details as well as data accuracy.
CSR Reporting 2021
The report focuses on the CSR efforts of FUJIFILM Business Innovation during fiscal 2020 (April 2020 to March 2021) and also covers some policies and activities for fiscal 2021.
The report covers FUJIFILM Business Innovation and its domestic and overseas affiliates. When we report on matters restricted to specific regions or corporations, we specify that in the report.
Date of Publication
October 2021 (next report : October 2022, previous report : November 2020)
Reporting for UN Global Compact
In our capacity as a corporate signatory to the UN Global Compact, we have submitted this report to the stakeholders as our Global Compact Communication on Progress in the four areas and ten principles of the Compact. Please see the "Participating in the UN Global Compact" for our efforts to address the Global Compact.
- Note1 ESG investment: Investment made in consideration of the investment target’s attitude to environment, social and governance (ESG) issues. This type of investment is attracting attention as a method to reduce investment risks and achieve excellent performance on a long-term basis.
- Note2 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals): Goals in sustainable development adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, to be addressed as social issues by the international community until 2030. There are 17 goals and 169 targets established to address the issues of poverty, inequality and injustice, health, education, fulfillment in work, climate change and the environment, etc.