Sustainability 2013 report
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8 IN PEX C O RPO RA TIO N SU STA IN A BILITY REPO RT 2013 The CSR committee established to c on s t r u c t a c ompany -w i de C SR promotion system The committee was held five times in 2012, deliberating and making decisions on CSR mission pyramid, key CSR issues, in i t ia t i ves to re in force corporate governance, support measures for the Great East Japan Earthquake, etc. Holding Stakeholder Dialogue, regular communication through environmental and social impact survey in operation areas, and information disclosure through proactive communication and IR activities [Initiatives for improving corporate governance implemented] 1. Appointment terms of directors and corporate officers shortened (2 years1 year) 2. Additional appointment of an outside directors 3. Establishment of the INPEX Advisory Committee 4. Establishment of a guideline for the purchase of company shares by directors and executive officers [Compliance] Business Principles established and Code of Conduct reviewed [HSE] Promoting activities based on HSE objectives for fiscal 2012 and corporate HSE programs Progress during Fiscal 2012 toward the Medium- to Long-Term Vision CSR Roadmap Medium- to Long-Term Vision Responsible Management as a Global Company The United Nations Global Compact is a voluntary corporate responsibility initiative proposed by Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations at the time, in 1999. Participants in the Global Compact, who endorse 10 principles of 4 fields of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption, aim at the more sustainable and comprehensive development of international economy. The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is an international initiative aimed to implement good governance, eradicate political corruption and poverty, and bring about economic development of resource producing countries by improving the transparency of the flow of funds from oil, gas, and mineral resource exploration industries to the governments of resource producing countries and intensifying the fund management responsibility using global standard methodologies. Initiatives INPEX Participates In CSR Roadmap is a set of targets and a mid-term action plan targeted the period up to 2016 for the purpose of realizing the continuous reinforcement of CSR management as defined by our medium- to long-term vision. The period after 2016, in which the Ichthys LNG Project is scheduled to commence production, is positioned as the third phase in CSR Roadmap. By achieving targets given below, we intend to realize CSR on a global scale to enhance our corporate value. Promotion of CSR Management Strengthening Stakeholder Communication Establishment of Compliance and HSE Systems STEP UP CSR on a Global Scale Promote the PDCA cycle, report our activities on a global scale, thereby contribute to the enhanced corporate value2 2013 Phase nd 2016 3 Phase rd 1 2012 Phase st Establish the Foundation of the CSR Promotion System Launch organaizations to promote CSR, revise the CSR Policy, set out the key CSR issues, and join in the UNGC and EITI Deepen the CSR Initiatives with PDCA Formulate CSR Action Plan, work out concrete business activities, enhance initiatives, and establish PDCA cycle At INPEX, top management realizes the importance of CSR, and their important management committee, INPEX Advisory Committee also incorporates CSR into its agenda. They also approach CSR from diverse perspectives, participating in international initiatives including the UN Global Compact, EITI, and IPIECA, and holding dialogues with stakeholders. As much international attention is paid to INPEX's dialogues with indigenous people in Australia and its activities contributing to local development in its areas of operation, I hope INPEX will report such activities proactively at international conferences and strive to be a leading company in CSR management as well. V o i c e Ms. Kaori Kuroda Executive Director, CSO Network Japan Continuous Improvement in Corporate Governance
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