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Risk Management

Associated Business Risks

Emergency Support System

Total group support offered in emergencies

If a large-scale disaster or serious accident occurs, a system developed by the Nitto Group immediately contacts top management. If necessary, top management will authorize a Disaster Response Headquarters to be established, and all afflicted group companies and bases will receive support from the whole Nitto Group.

Emergency & Incident Reporting Guidebook

Emergency & Incident Reporting Guidebook

Business Continuity Management (BCM) Efforts

For the continuation of business activities in spite of the various risks surrounding the Nitto Group, related to business, society, environment, and disasters.

Range of Basic Policies and Activities

Range of Basic Policies and Activities
  • Respect for Human Life
    We will place maximum priority on ensuring the safety and relief of employees and their family members.
  • Prevention of secondary disasters
    We will work for the prevention of secondary disasters such as fire or solvent spillage, striving to avoid disrupting the local community.
  • Responsibility for supplying products
    We will provide essential products and services for maintaining the normal functioning of society.
    We will strengthen supply chains to enable resumption in the manufacture of essential products.
  • Supporting the local community
    We will provide help to ensure the safety, relief and restoration of neighboring regions.

Nitto Group Business Continuity Management (BCM)

By following the four basic policies of the PDCA cycle, we perform business continuity management (BCM) activities with a close connection between disaster mitigation (disaster prevention and damage minimization efforts) and quick recovery.

* BCM (Business Continuity Management): The entire management system, from BCP formation and operation to revision.

* BCP (Business Continuity Plan): An action plan during disasters as a life line to keep business going.

* From the Business Continuity Plan Formation Guidelines Summary, provided by METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry), and the Commerce and Information Policy Bureau.

Disaster Prevention and Damage Minimization Efforts (Mitigation)

Measures are in place to minimize personal and property damage caused by natural disasters such as major earthquakes, fires, and flooding, as well as infectious diseases not only internally but also externally.
Emergency action plans for each type of disaster have been established, and top management as well as all employees regularly engage in education and training.
Education and training are conducted at each site based on content that matches the anticipated disaster risks in that region, and continuous improvements are made with respect to problems and issues that come to light through the training.

Efforts for Quick Recovery

Nitto Group's core businesses and important tasks are clarified, a target restoration time is set, and an emergency plan of action is formulated damage is confirmed and customers are contacted. A common action plan is formulated based on common themes that all target businesses and tasks share, as well as individual plans, which are tailored to individual needs for functions such as IT and distribution.

Emergency plans of action are tested periodically through disaster prevention training, and improvements are made based on the results. Our core businesses and important tasks are revised on a periodic basis as well.