Sustainability 2013 report
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7 IN PEX C O RPO RA TIO N SU STA IN A BILITY REPO RT 2013 CSR Promotion System Mission Pyramid he INPEX Group positions CSR at the basis of its management policy and aims to further enhance its reputation as a company essential to the society by contrib uting to economic growth and social development through its business operations. In December 2011, the company signed the United Nations Global Compact and participated in EITI in October 2012. We thus declared that we would make every effort to operate as a globally trusted corporate citizen. We also formulated the medium- to long-term vision of INPEX in order to articulate our medium- to long-term growth targets and key initiatives over the next five years for achieving them. We aim to enhance our corporate value by maintain ing sustainable growth amid the changes that are taking place in the energy sector. At present, we are focusing on five key CSR issues which are considered to have a significant impact on both INPEX and its stakeholders. We implement CSR management as a responsible global company through constructing a Plan Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle for each issue. Shareholders Meeting Board of Directors Management Committee Representative Director, President & CEO Board of Statutory Auditors CSR Promotion Council Reflects our objective of playing an act ive role in the creat ion of affluent societies Directs our CSR in i t iat ives and r e affi rms ou r c omm i tmen t t o promoting them Issues that have a significant impact on both the INPEX Group and its stakeholders and which we believe currently require strengthening Standard of decision which every officer and employee shou ld comply with in performing the INPEX Group's business Our CSR Policy To Remain an Essential Company to the Society n April 2012, we announced the stance of our top manage ment towards CSR, and established the CSR Committee chaired by President & CEO to set out a company-wide commit ment to CSR and to improve the organizational structure for implementation purposes. In addition to President & CEO, the head of the General Administration Division and the head of the Corporate Strategy & Planning Division (vice-chair), the chairs of the Compliance Committee and the Corporate HSE Committee also joined as committee members to facilitate collaboration between the respective committees. The CSR Committee meets to discuss basic policies related to various CSR initiatives. We have also established the CSR Promotion Council, a subordi nate organization comprised of members from various Divisions. By creating this link between top management and the Divisions, we aim to promote a greater mutual awareness of CSR initiatives. Employee development Develop and utilize human resources as a global company Greenhouse gas countermeasures Address climate change Community contribution Build trust and contribute to local communities (including education) HSE initiatives Practice safety and environmental protection in operations Compliance Comply with laws and social norms (including human rights) Key CSR Issues Mission Corporate Social Responsibility Policy Key CSR Issues Business Principles T I Compliance Committee Corporate HSE Committee Information Security Committee CSR Committee INPEX Advisory Committee
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