Why Is this Materiality?
FY2017 Results and EvaluationCriteria for evaluating KPIs
Note: Qualitative indicators with no evaluation axis are assessed on the basis of whether progress has been made since the previous fiscal year.
|Promotion of human rights compliance management||
■ We held various training with level-specific training at its core, with 17,070 participants, to ensure that every Tokyo Gas Group employee respect human rights and to create a vibrant workplace.
■ Initial training for human rights promotion leaders and booster training for leaders were conducted at each workplace, with 353 participants.
■ Addressed 104 cases through internal and external consultation desks set up to provide support for communication and human rights issues in the workplace.
■ Held a workshop on persons with disabilities to address key human rights issues in March, with 350 participants.
■ Established Tokyo Gas Group Human Rights Policy, which came into effect in April 2018, to define the respect for human rights required of a global company.
Key Initiatives for FY2018 and BeyondWe reviewed the Tokyo Gas Group’s key CSR activities and materiality in fiscal 2017. Please visit the related link to view the latest information on our materiality and CSR KPIs.