Toppan places top priority on three issues in corporate management: developing continuously, raising our corporate value, and winning the approval of shareholders, customers, and society as a whole. In addition to having a Board of Corporate Auditors under the Company Law, we have strengthened the propriety and effectiveness of our governance system by establishing the Management Audit Office, the Compliance Department, and the Ecology Center.
The President & Representative Director and the Director in charge of CSR are leading a move to develop CSR activities through collaboration with the relevant management divisions of the head office and the CSR Promotion Department of the Legal Affairs Division, the department undertaking administrative operation. These parties regularly convene a CSR promotion department meeting to assess the progress of each action point and discuss ways to resolve related challenges.
The Conduct Guidelines established under the Corporate Structure express the behavioral norms by which every employee at Toppan complies with laws, regulations, and corporate ethics. We have introduced a Conduct Guidelines Promotion Leader system to further establish a compliance system and corporate ethics through the full execution of the Conduct Guidelines in daily operations.
Under this system, teams of Conduct Guidelines Promotion Supervisors and Leaders have been deployed in all production subsidiaries and operational sites to promote the Conduct Guidelines in the workplaces. Leaders in workplaces develop dissemination activities on a regular basis to heighten awareness of the Conduct Guidelines among the staff members.
Training for the Conduct Guidelines Promotion Leaders
One of the top priorities in business operations at Toppan is to ensure safe management of information entrusted from customers. We have established a secure management structure to prevent information leakage, based on awareness of various risks inside and outside of the company.
We take the following measures to secure personal information in designated areas for the handling of personal information at 50 of our operational sites across Japan.
The areas are classified into three levels of risk according to business operations, and strictly controlled through management actions at each risk level. In areas classified at the highest risk level, operational sites are required to acquire ISO/IEC 27001 certifications and reinforce the management of entrances/exits, information access, and the monitoring of operations.
We also conduct various audits and surveys to prevent information-related accidents and develop human resources to foster in-house proponents of information security by encouraging employees qualified as information security management system (ISMS) internal auditors and ISMS assistant auditors.
Area under tight security
Training session for ISMS internal auditor qualification
- ISO Certification