Respecting Human Rights (Charter IV)
We act in accordance with the Daigas Group Charter of Business Conduct to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.
■ Materiality of Charter Ⅳ
|Materiality (Important issues)||Value for a sustainable future||Initiatives to create value for a sustainable future||Indicators||Targets||FY2022
to be achieved
|Supply chain management||Building foundations that support the realization of value for a sustainable future||Build a responsible supply chain||Appropriate new supplier ratio||100%||100%||FY2024.3|
Supply Chain Management (FY2022)
Why the topic is material
Our broad-based city gas value chain is built on the cooperation of various business partners. Fulfilling our social responsibility by working with our suppliers in the value chain builds relationships of trust with our stakeholders and furthers the development of the entire value chain.
Within and beyond the Group
Management systems and performance
Indicator (GRI Standards: 308-1, 414-1)
Building a responsible supply chain (Percentage of appropriate, new suppliers)
The Daigas Group is committed to fulfilling its social responsibility in close cooperation with business partners in line with the Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct, revised in accordance with the United Nations Global Compact. The Daigas Group has formulated the Daigas Group Procurement Policy and has made it known to the Group’s suppliers, together with the Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers.
(International and domestic standards)
- ・U.N. Global Compact
- ・Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(In-house policy and standards)
- ・Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct
- ・Daigas Group Procurement Policy
- ・Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers
Click here for details about the Daigas Group Procurement Policy.
Click here for details about the Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers.
Each organization in charge of procuring particular materials is to fulfill its responsibility in accordance with the procurement-related policies and guidelines set by the Daigas Group.
A total of 29 suppliers began new business transactions with Osaka Gas in FY2022. In the year, no business deals were barred from being started due to violations of standards set in the fields of environmental and social impacts, human rights, and labor practices.
Specific Actions Taken Regarding Materiality
The Daigas Group has formulated the Daigas Group Procurement Policy and has made it known to and understood by the Group’s suppliers, together with the Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers before proceeding with a new business transaction.
We also endeavor to achieve mutual development of the entire value chain by fulfilling our social responsibilities together with our business partners based on questionnaire surveys of major suppliers.
Measures in material procurement
We have a system for explaining the Daigas Group Procurement Policy and the Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers to our suppliers and confirming their commitment to sustainable activities before proceeding with a new business transaction.
A questionnaire survey was conducted of 176 major suppliers to check their sustainability efforts. Furthermore, when the suppliers conduct business transactions with the Daigas Group, they are asked to observe the “Green Purchasing Guidelines” set by the Group, which are attached to the specifications for the transactions.
Sustainability activity survey of suppliers conducted to promote information sharing
on social and environmental issues to be tackled by companies
We conduct a questionnaire survey of suppliers on sustainable activities to provide a sense of security to customers when they choose the Daigas Group, as well as taking into account social and environment aspects in doing business. The survey is based on the Daigas Group Procurement Policy and the Daigas Group Procurement Policy for Suppliers.
In FY2022, the survey was conducted of 35 gas appliance makers to assess the status of their efforts for a total of 59 items on the eight themes of compliance, human rights, labor, occupational health and safety, product safety and quality, environmental conservation, ethics and prevention of corruption, and policy enforcement system. In addition, we conducted a survey of 208 service companies and engineering firms, to which the Company has entrusted certain business duties, and of eight LNG suppliers.
■ Survey on Sustainability Activities Conducted in FY2022
|Companies covered by the survey||Number of companies surveyed||Number of companies which replied||Other efforts|
|Main suppliers||176||176||Green Partner Initiative|
|Gas appliance makers||35||35|
|Service companies, engineering firms||208||177|
|LNG Supply Sources||8||6|
- Sustainability of
the Daigas Group
- Values and Sustainability Promotion of the Daigas Group
- Daigas Group's Values Daigas Group Charter of Business Conduct and Management Policy Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct Sustainability Promotion System and Management Stakeholder Engagement Initiatives the Daigas Group Participates In Commendation from the Outside
- Sustainability Management and Value Creation Process
- Value Creation Process of the Daigas Group Long-Term Management Vision 2030 Medium-Term Management Plan 2023 Daigas Group Carbon Neutral Vision
- Actions on Materiality
Materiality of the Daigas Group
Materiality Review Cycle
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
- Corporate Governance Risk Management Compliance Messages from Outside Directors
- Value Chain and Sustainability
- Consideration for the Value Chain and Stakeholders Social Impact of Business Activities in Our Energy Value Chain and Our Efforts toward Sustainability
- FY2022 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 Activities for Promoting Communication with Society Corporate Volunteering Activities under the Small Light Campaign Social Contribution Activities Activities at Osaka Gas' Foundations
- Respecting Human Rights (Charter IV)
- Charter IV Index Status of Management regarding Respect for Human Rights Human Rights Due Diligence 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