Basic Human Rights Policy

Recognizing that respect for human rights is an important aspect of our corporate social responsibility, the Tsubaki Group has established its Basic Human Rights Policy to promote and fulfill its responsibility to respect human rights throughout the Tsubaki Group.

1. Compliance with Laws and Regulations

The Tsubaki Group respects international norms on human rights, such as the United Nations Bill of International Human Rights, which stipulates the fundamental human rights of all people, and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, which stipulates the fundamental rights at work of the ILO, and supports the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact.
We will also promote initiatives for the respect of human rights, in line with the UN’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

2. Scope of Application

This policy applies to all Tsubaki Group officials and employees. We will also encourage all business partners related to the Tsubaki Group’s business activities to support this policy.

3. Respect for Human Rights

The Tsubaki Group prohibits discrimination based on race, ethnicity group, nationality, social status, origin, gender, disability, health status, thoughts and beliefs, sexual orientation, or differences in job type or employment status, as well as harassment that harms the dignity of individuals. We also promise to respect responsible labor practices, freedom of association and collective bargaining (including the provision of a safe working environment), the securing of minimum wages, and the proper management of working hours. We firmly condemn slave labor, human trafficking, forced labor, and child labor.

4. Implementation of Due Diligence Regarding Respect for Human Rights

We at the Tsubaki Group are aware of the negative impact that our business activities may have on human rights, and we conduct periodic risk assessments to identify this impact, while promoting initiatives to prevent and mitigate it.
We will endeavor to promptly take appropriate and effective action to remedy any negative impacts that occur.

5. Education

The Tsubaki Group will provide appropriate training to the officers and employees so that this policy is incorporated into all activities of the Group.

6. Information Disclosure

The Tsubaki Group shall properly disclose information on the status of efforts toward respect for human rights based on this policy on our website, etc.

Toward a Sustainable Society

The Tsubaki Group is engaged in the “art of moving” and aims to provide value that exceeds expectations
to become a company that continues to be needed by society.