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CSR Integrated Report

Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015
Editorial Policy

This Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015 is intended to be read by our stakeholders.

As we did last year, we created the CSR Integrated Report based on the seven core subjects and classification method of the ISO 26000 international standard on social responsibility, and also disclosed nonfinancial information intelligibly in the report in line with the International Integrated Reporting Framework published by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). Specifically, we worked to enhance the content of the report as described below.

In addition, in order to help stakeholders deepen their understanding of our CSR activities, we describe a range of new initiatives online (in the HTML format), as shown below.

■Online report (detailed version in the HTML format)

  • On our official website, we publish the online version of the CSR Integrated Report in both Japanese and English.
  • The number of items reported in the Integrated Report has been increased from about 300 in the previous report to about 400, including CSR activities conducted under new themes.

■Hard-copy report (digest version)

  • This report in Japanese is composed of 20 pages and comprises extracts from the online report.
  • Targeted readers include employees, customers, business partners, shareholders and investors.

■Reference Guidelines

  • Sustainable Reporting Guidelines Version 3.1 (G3.1) and Version 4.0 (G4), Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
  • Environmental Reporting Guidelines 2012, Japanese Ministry of the Environment
  • ISO 26000: Guidance on Social Responsibility by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  • Version 1.0 of the International Integrated Reporting Framework, International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)
  • The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact

■Website of Fujikura Ltd.

■Scope of Reporting

  • This report mainly describes the CSR activities conducted by the Fujikura Group during fiscal 2014 (April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015).

■Publication

  • September 2015
    (Next publication is scheduled for September 2016.)

■Scope of Data

  • Fujikura Ltd. and its 99 consolidated subsidiaries (100 companies in total)
    (Breakdown: 23 companies in Japan and 77 overseas)

[Environmental data]

  • Fujikura Ltd. and its 62 consolidated subsidiaries included in the scope of consolidated environmental data (63 companies in total)
    (Breakdown: 21 companies in Japan and 41 overseas)
  • Two non-consolidated subsidiaries included in the scope of consolidated environmental data
    (Breakdown: two in Japan)

*For details of the consolidated and non-consolidated subsidiaries included in the scope of consolidated environmental data, please refer to "7. The Environment," in which Group companies included in the scope of our environmental management activities are listed.

■Contact

  • CSR Promotion Team, Corporate Strategy Planning Division, Fujikura Ltd.
    E-mail:fjk.csr@jp.fujikura.com

■The CSR Report and Related Reports

  • The Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015 is available online, and the digest version of this report is also available both offline (hardcopy) and online (PDF).
  • In addition we post our Annual Report 2015 (in English) on our website, in which we disclose financial information to our shareholders and investors.

Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015

Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015 (full version in HTML format)
- Online report
- Available in Japanese and English
- Published in September 2015

Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015 digest version

Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2015 digest version
- PDF
- Available in Japanese
- Published in August 2015

Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2015
- Hardcopy and PDF
- Available in English
- Published in August 2015

 

Process to deciding on the Editorial Policy

The Fujikura Group began deliberating the creation of the new report by collecting information about the issues identified in the publication of the previous report, opinions of third-party experts, comments by stakeholders, and trends in the related guidelines. Subsequently, discussions were made at the meetings of the in-house editors, CSR experts and the CSR Committee composed of executives (Management Committee) to decide on the editorial policy for the new report. It took about six months for us to complete the process from information collection to deciding on the editorial policy.

 

Continuing efforts for the CSR Integrated Report

The Fujikura Group has been disclosing information to a range of stakeholders on various occasions and through a variety of media tools. Following the publication in 2013 of the first version of the International Integrated Reporting Framework as the guidelines for the new information disclosure method known as "integrated reporting," we decided to create a report in line with the Framework. We thus created the first Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report in 2014, aiming to improve the reporting content compared with our previous CSR reports. It is our policy to disclose both financial and nonfinancial information in an intelligible manner in our CSR Integrated Report, including information about the activities we are conducting to make the creation of a sustainable society compatible with the achievement of sustainable growth as a company. This report is indeed made based on this Group policy, in which we report our activities conducted in fiscal 2014 and future perspectives in reference to the integrated reporting guidelines. We will continue to improve and enhance the content of our integrated reports for even clearer reporting, thereby meeting the expectations of society.

 

Response to the Third-Party Opinion

 

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