ISO26000 and CSR-Based
Management

At Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma, when we formulate the Mid-term Business Plans, we identify in advance those risks that will impact our business activities, as well as the ways in which our businesses may impact society and the environment. And we have focused responding to these risks and impacts appropriately.

ISO26000 and CSR-Based Management

Our commitment to our CSR-Based Management enables us to monitor every business aspects from a corporate social responsibilities and respond to social changes and demands.
We fully apply the ISO26000 standards that address these issues and have organized our Declaration of Conduct along these lines, highlighting issues in a manner compatible with the core subjects of ISO26000.
Our CSR-Based Management is comprised of seven fields: "Organizational Governance", "Human Rights", "Labour Practices", "The Environment", "Fair Operating Practices", "Consumer Issues", "Community Involvement and Development".

The Declaration of Conduct ISO26000 Core Subjects
1. Follow through the global slogan "Innovation today, healthier tomorrows." Organizational Governance
Human Rights
Labour Practices
The Environment
Fair Operating Practices
Consumer Issues
Community Involvement and Development
2. Pursue trustworthy corporate activities. Organizational Governance
Human Rights
Fair Operating Practices
Consumer Issues
Community Involvement and Development
3. Positively disclose information and properly manage information. Organizational Governance
Labour Practices
The Environment
Fair Operating Practices
Consumer Issues
4. Help employees reach their full potential. Organizational Governance
Human Rights
Labour Practices
Community Involvement and Development
5. Respect human rights. Organizational Governance
Human Rights
Labour Practices
6. Positively address global environmental issues. Organizational Governance
The Environment
Community Involvement and Development
7. Build harmonious relationships with society. Organizational Governance
The Environment
Community Involvement and Development