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Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2014
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Business Continuity Plan(BCP)

Business Continuity Plan(BCP)

Fujikura is formulating a widely applicable BCP by appropriately identifying business risks, thereby making the necessary preparations and building a system to respond to any emergencies. Through these efforts we are working to ensure a stable supply of our products to the market and gain more trust from our customers and other stakeholders.

Expanding the BCP target across business segments

In fiscal 2009, we chose pilot departments to be included in the target for a BCP, and began examining and formulating a plan for the selected departments. Specifically, we planned what to do in the departments and across their value chains in the event of a large natural disaster. We have subsequently expanded the BCP target to include three other departments. Following the Great East Japan Earthquake, we have also decided to formulate a BCP for head office, assuming that a large-scale inland earthquake will hit the Tokyo metropolitan area.

By formulating a BCP across the business segments, we aim to shorten the time required to recover from an emergency and eventually to strengthen our business foundation. We will thus improve our overall ability to respond to disasters and see to it that we can give a reliable response to requests from our business partners, even in case of emergency.

The Fujikura Group’s Business Continuity Policy

We established the Fujikura Group Business Continuity Policy in March 2012. We subsequently formulated the Group’s basic business continuity plan and the head office’s business continuity plan in line with the policy.

The Fujikura Group Business Continuity Policy

In line with the following principles, we will foster business continuity management (BCM) so that we can continue to fulfill our corporate social responsibility and supply our products and services in a stable manner even in the event of an emergency.

Business continuity planning (BCP) for the Group

In the event of a widespread disaster, the president of Fujikura Ltd., who chairs the committee that deals with serious risks, will establish the Group’s disaster management headquarters upon request from the director in charge. The headquarters will then collect and manage related information, make factual investigations, and formulate measures to prevent or minimize damage. The headquarters will also check the situations of the business departments and Group companies to identify issues that are difficult for them to solve independently; set priorities and allocate resources for the solution of the problems; and make necessary responses externally.

BCP for the Group

Provision of training on BCP for the group

To prepare for large earthquakes

Since 2007, the Fujikura Group has been voluntarily reinforcing the seismic resistance of its buildings based on its own stringent criteria, in order to ensure that the buildings will not collapse in the event of a large earthquake with a seismic intensity of upper 6 for the safety of employees. The reinforcement work proved effective at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake; thanks to the reinforcement work that had been done at the Sakura Plant, the plant building was not badly damaged in the earthquake and the plant was able to resume operations at a very early stage. The reinforcement work has almost been completed at the Sakura, Numazu, Suzuka and Ishioka plants of Fujikura Ltd. and is now underway at other Group companies.

Every September we conduct a disaster management drill at each of our bases. The drill is composed of evacuation training, inspection of the manufacturing facilities and training to deal with the assumed damage. In particular, for fires and environmental pollutions we constantly implement precautionary measures so as not to cause any problems to people living near our facilities.

Disaster control card

Based on the idea that individual employees are important assets for the Fujikura Group, the Fujikura Group is implementing a range of disaster control measures against large Nankai Trough earthquakes as well as inland earthquakes in the metropolitan area, all of which are predicted to occur in the near future. As one such measure, each employee is provided with a “disaster control card,” which they are expected to carry always with themselves in preparation against earthquakes and other disasters. The card shows the following information.

Emergency response items provided on the card:

  • Actions to be taken in case of a mega-quake (by place)
  • Checklist for disaster control
  • Emergency contact for each site
  • Safety confirmation system-related matters
  • Confirmation of the safety of employees’ families
  • Personal information (about employees and their families)

Preparation for Large Earthquakes

Fujikura Head Office

Fujikura Head Office

Sakura Plant

Sakura Plant

Suzuka Plant

Suzuka Plant

Numazu Plant

Numazu Plant

Ishioka Plant

Ishioka Plant