Initiatives the Daigas Group Participates In

Initiatives the Daigas Group Participates In

We fully embrace the United Nations Global Compact, and in June 2007, we became the first utility in Japan to join. Furthermore, we actively take part and make recommendations in the formulation of various policy measures by the government and municipalities. Through our participation in sustainability initiatives, we will fulfill our role toward the achievement of a sustainable society.

Name Activity
UN Global Compact The Global Compact encompasses 10 principles for enterprises to follow in the four fields of human rights, labor standards, the environment, and anti-corruption.
We signed and joined the Global Compact in June 2007.
We report the progress of our initiatives under the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact on an annual basis.
Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) The Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs), a partnership initiative of UN Women and UN Global Compact, are a set of seven principles offering practical guidance to companies and private organizations in advancing women's empowerment in the workplace, in the market, and in the community. The seven Women's Empowerment Principles are as follows: Establish high-level corporate leadership for gender equality; Treat all women and men fairly at work - respect and support human rights and nondiscrimination; Ensure the health, safety and well-being of all women and men workers; Promote education, training and professional development for women; Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women; Promote equality through community initiatives and advocacy; and Measure and publicly report on progress to achieve gender equality.
The Daigas Group endorsed the objective of the Principles and expressed its support in September 2010.
Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) The recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) encourage companies to disclose climate change-related financial information to promote appropriate investment decisions by investors.
We endorsed the TCFD recommendations in May 2019, and utilize them as indicators to validate our climate change response. We also participate in the TCFD Consortium, where discussions take place on efforts toward information disclosure on responses to climate change based on the TCFD recommendations.
World Wide Fund for Nature Japan
(WWF Japan)
The World Wide Fund for Nature is a conservation organization active in approximately 100 countries. It aims to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by reducing the human impact on the environment and wildlife.
We have continued to support WWF Japan as a corporate member since 1983.
Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity (JBIB) The initiative was launched in 2008 with the aim of truly contributing to the conservation of biological diversity within and outside Japan through joint research by a wide range of companies, thus generating results that cannot be achieved when a company acts alone.
We have been participating in the initiative as a regular member since 2011.
Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) As a member company of Keidanren, we respect and practice the spirit of its Charter of Corporate Behavior.
Committee on Nature Conservation The Committee on Nature Conservation is an organization affiliated with Keidanren. It provides its members information on donations and social contribution activities, as well as conducting projects aimed at deepening the general public’s understanding of companies’ nature conservation activities.
We have been participating in the committee as a member company since 2003.
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Materiality of the Daigas Group Materiality Review Cycle Customer Health and Safety
(FY2021 Report)
Energy / Emissions
(FY2021 Report)
Local Communities
(FY2021 Report)
Customer Privacy
(FY2021 Report)
Supplier Assessment
(FY2021 Report)
Training and Education
(FY2021 Report)
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
(FY2021 Report)
Economic Performance
(FY2021 Report)
Creating Value for Customers
(Charter I)
Contributing to the Sustainability of the Environment and Society
(Charter Ⅱ)
Engaging with and Contributing to Society (Charter Ⅲ) Respecting Human Rights
(Charter IV)
Complying with Laws and Regulations (Charter V) Providing Work Environment That Supports Employees’ Personal Growth (Charter VI)
Corporate Governance
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Value Chain and Sustainability
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Daigas Group's Efforts for SDGs
Special Features: Co-create Value for a Sustainable Future - Daigas Group×Stakeholders Achieving a Low Carbon / Carbon Neutral Society Establishing Lifestyles and Businesses Adjusted to the New Normal Enhancing Resilience of Customers and Society Back Numbers of Special Features
FY2021 Activities Report
Creating Value for Customers (Charter I)
Charter I Index Management for Creating Value for Customers Safety and Security 1:
Procurement Stage
Safety and Security 2:
Processing Stage
Safety and Security 3:
Distribution Stage
Safety and Security 4:
Consumption Stage
Incorporating Customer Opinions Proposing New Value
Contributing to the Sustainability of the Environment and Society (Charter Ⅱ)
Charter Ⅱ Index Management toward Contributing to the Sustainability of the Environment and Society Environmental Management Environmental Management: Indicators, Targets and Results Actions for Climate Change: Recognition of and Action on Risks and Opportunities Actions for Climate Change: Method to Evaluate Effects of CO2 Emissions Reduction Actions for Climate Change: Working to Reduce CO2 Emissions in Business Activities Actions for Climate Change: Working to Reduce CO2 Emissions at Customer Sites Efforts in Resource Recycling Conserving Biodiversity Developing Environmental Technologies Addressing Environmental Risk Promotion of Green Purchasing Environmental Communication
Engaging with and Contributing to Society (Charter Ⅲ)
Charter Ⅲ Index Management of Engagement with and Contribution to Society Social Contribution Activities Corporate Volunteering Activities under the Small Light Campaign Activities for Promoting Communication with Society Activities at Osaka Gas' Foundations
Respecting Human Rights (Charter IV)
Charter IV Index Status of Management regarding Respect for Human Rights Action on Human Rights
Complying with Laws and Regulations (Charter V)
Charter V Index Management for Complying with Laws and Regulations Compliance Promotion Efforts Efforts for Protection of Personal Information Information Security Consultations and Reports from Partner Companies
Providing Work Environment That Supports Employees’ Personal Growth (Charter VI)
Charter VI Index Status of Management to Support Employees' Personal Growth Employment Acceptance of Diversity Balancing Work and Family Human Resource Development and Rewards Communication Between Employees and Company Improving Occupational Health and Safety
Reporting Guidance and Guidelines and ESG Data
Reporting Guidelines
ESG Data
Environmental Performance Data Social Data Governance Data
Reports
Policy on Reporting Sustainability Activities Third-Party Review /
Third-Party Verification
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