Key CSR Issues, Medium-Term Targets and Performances of CSR Activities
In fiscal year ended March 31, 2018, the Kawasaki Group identified material issues or materiality that we should address. In parallel, we reviewed the framework of our CSR activities: We positioned efforts in solving social issues through business as top priorities that the Kawasaki Group should achieve over a long-term, and defined other issues as CSR issues that underpin the management foundation.
The CSR issues that underpin the management foundation are classified into E (environment), S (society) and G (governance).
Framework of our CSR activities and materiality
|Solving social issues through business||Generating Clean Energy|
|Providing Safe and Secure, Clean, Comfortable Movement of People and Transportation of Goods by Land, Sea, and Air|
|Improving Social Infrastructure, Especially in Emerging Countries|
|Responding to the Needs of an Aging Society and a Shortage of Labor through Automation|
|Research and Development|
|Environment||Low-Carbon Society (product – based contributions, business activities)|
|Society Coexisting with Nature|
|Heightened Awareness as an Environmentally Friendly Brand|
|Society||Business and Human Rights|
|Product Liability and Safety|
|Supply Chain Management|
|Employee Recruitment and Retention|
|Occupational Health and Safety|
|Human Resource Development|
|Customer Relationship Management|
|Social Contribution Activities|
In fiscal year ending March 31, 2019 and after, we try to improve our CSR activities while repeatedly turning the PDCA cycles: Under a new framework, we clearly define the departments and persons in charge, the vision, and KPIs of solving social issues through business and major items among the ESG items, and monitor the achievements every year.