Our Group has established "SCREEN Group CSR Charter & Code of Conduct" that discribes the principles of action based on SCREEN's corporate philosophy and establishes the standards for all officers and employees of the SCREEN Group to comply with pursuant to the Code of Conduct.

Respect for Human Rights The SCREEN Group CSR Charter espouses respect for the fundamental human rights of each person. It repudiates harassment of any kind and pledges non-tolerance of child and forced labor. It also stipulates refusal to take part in the infringement of human rights and respect for the rights, cultures, and customs of workers.

The SCREEN Group strives to act with fairness, honesty, and respect for human rights in its relationships will all stakeholders, including those working for customers and suppliers, local communities, and shareholders.

In addition to implementing internal training programs to prevent workplace harassment, we have made an internal hotline available to facilitate the reporting of and consultation regarding human rights abuses. This hotline is available for use by both Group employees and the employees of partner companies working on Group premises. 

Regarding the implementation of the hotline, we are strictly managing security and protection of whistleblowers from any detriment by the internal regulation. Hotline also can be used under anonymity.

SCREEN Group's Main Efforts to Promote Respect for Human Rights

2007 Established consultation and internal reporting services for cases of harassment and began to offer assistance
2011 Implemented harassment education for all Group companies
2012
  • Introduced sexual harassment and power harassment (abuse of authority) prevention classes for all employees and executives
  • Began ongoing human rights education as part of our training for both newly recruited employees and those hired in mid-career 
2013 Started to deliver power harassment prevention training to all employees and executives via e-learning
2014
  • Created a DVD for power harassment prevention training to target employees who were yet to take classes and to enable independent training within departments
  • Published the SCREEN Supplier Code of Conduct
  • Began working to understand the state of conflict mineral usage at individual suppliers during our regular supplier surveys
2015
  • Formulated the SCREEN Group CSR Charter and Code of Conduct
  • Implemented classes to familiarize all employees and executives with the CSR Charter and Code of Conduct
  • Started to administer CSR surveys to suppliers
2016
  • Started to deliver CSR Charter and Code of Conduct training to all employees and executives via e-learning, with courses to be repeated annually
  • Signed the United Nations Global Compact
  • Implemented sexual harassment prevention training for all employees and executives of SCREEN Graphic Solutions Co., Ltd. (SCREEN GA) and its subsidiaries
  • Created video materials on sexual harassment for in-house training and promoted the exchange of ideas and opinions within individual departments
2017
  • Administered a survey focusing on mainly human rights and labor relationships to approximately 60 companies that supply SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd. (SCREEN SPE)
  • Implemented sexual harassment prevention training for all employees and executives of SCREEN GA, SCREEN PE Solutions Co., Ltd. (SCREEN PE) and SCREEN GA subsidiaries
  • Created video materials on power harassment for in-house training and promoted the exchange of ideas and opinions within individual departments
2018
  • Administered a survey focusing on mainly human rights and labor relationships to approximately 70 companies that supply SCREEN SPE
  • Created video materials on LGBT issues for in-house training and promoted the exchange of ideas and opinions within individual departments
  • Issued a call for increased awareness of harassment at a liaison meeting of cooperating companies and also introduced educational guidance and materials for in-house training

Codes and Standards Referenced for Human Rights Efforts

●Universal Declaration of Human Rights(UDHR)
●United Nations Convention against Corruption
●United Nations Global Compact
●Ethical Trading Initiative
●International labour standards
●The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
●Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
●ISO 26000
●OHSAS 18001