Supply Chain CSR Promotion Guidelines

17. Proper grasp of industry risks and implementation of business continuity plans

Conduct appropriate risk management in your company's business activities, and have a business continuity plan (BCP) in place.

Specific Guidelines

  1. Conduct Economic, Social, and Environmental Risk Management in Your Company's Business Activities
    Always have a clear picture of your company's business risks and have a BCP in place by studying the economic, social, and environmental risks of your business and if necessary updating aspects of your company's risk management policy.
  2. Formulate a BCP to Avoid Risk
    With regards to the above-mentioned risks, be prepared for emergencies by having rules stipulating measures to take in case of emergencies (a BCP). In particular, strive to avoid risk by clearly stipulating action guidelines related to recent major problems such as global warming and water risk.
  3. In Business Continuity Efforts, Have Company Executives Lead by Example on Key Governance Issues and Inform All Employees of these Issues
    In the area of business continuity, have company executives lead by example and have rules covering the entire company. In addition, ensure each and every employee is thoroughly versed in these rules and have all employees work together to ensure the sustainability and continuity of business.
  4. Disclose Information on BCP Initiatives
    If requested, immediately inform Daikin of the details of your company's BCP.
  5. Formulate a BCP that Covers Even Your Secondary and Tertiary Business Partners
    Formulate a BCP that covers not just your own company but also the BCP efforts of your suppliers.

Documents required for submission:

  1. Documents (rules, procedures, etc.) detailing your company's internal standards for BCP management
  2. Risk management documents from your secondary and tertiary suppliers (factory locations, assessment data, etc.)
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