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Business Continuity Plan/Management (BCP/BCM)

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's 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.


  • As the Fujikura group considers business continuity one of the most important business administration issues, we are engaged in ongoing organizational efforts group-wide. We prioritize businesses to create concrete business continuity systems for, then expand these to other businesses.
  • We formulate business continuity plans that aim for rapid corporate function recovery and that ensure safety for employees and their families in the event of an emergency.
  • We set reasonable standards for rapid recovery or business continuity in the event of an emergency by defining priority business functions and risks to business continuity. We then draft business continuity plans to achieve these standards, and focus our resources when responding to emergencies.
  • We will systematically promote preparedness and plans for response to ensure the effectiveness of the business continuity plan.
  • To stay abreast of changes in social attitudes, technical progress, or environmental changes such as legal system reforms while maintaining business continuity, we will continue to update our business continuity plan.
  • We will regularly implement training based on the business continuity plan, review the dissemination and proficiency level of organizations, and implement examinations of the effectiveness of coordination with outside organizations.

Management System

We have established an organizational structure with the General Affairs Officer as the overall responsible person and the Human Resources and General Affairs Department as the overseeing department. The overseeing department is responsible for carrying out activities related to business continuity management, including requesting necessary explanations, reports, and document submissions from each department. They also appoint personnel responsible for conducting business continuity management activities in each department and work together with them to establish and continuously improve the business continuity system.

Deploying BCP formulation to the entire group

In the fiscal year 2009, the Fujikura Group selected a target business division as a pilot division and worked on the examination and formulation of business continuity plans (BCP) considering the scenario of being affected by a large-scale natural disaster. After formulating the BCP for the pilot division, it has been gradually expanded to other divisions, and each company has developed business-specific BCPs. Through the establishment of cross-business BCPs, our group has achieved reduced recovery time, strengthened business infrastructure, improved overall disaster response capabilities, and ensured reliability in response to requests from business partners.

Initiatives of FY2022

Promotion of BCP/BCM

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.
Regarding BCP, we are updating documents based on changes in the internal and external environment surrounding our business. As part of our BCM activities, we strive to continuously promote BCP/BCM, such as verifying the BCP we have formulated and conducting training to identify issues and make improvements.
In addition, in a situation where COVID-19 is prevalent in Japan and it is difficult to conduct group training, we will mainly conduct online training to confirm roles and procedures in the event of a disaster, and simulate how to respond to unexpected situations. We are working to strengthen our crisis response capabilities.

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