Basic Stance on Human Rights

The Daiwabo Group* sets forth our “respect for human rights and diversity” in our Group Charter of Corporate Behavior, and we respect the human rights of all people and do not discriminate in any way. We will also respect international codes of conduct, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and act with a strong sense of ethics as we look to create a sustainable society. This stance applies to all officers and employees of the Daiwabo Group.
*The “Daiwabo Group” refers collectively to Daiwabo Holdings Co., Ltd. and our consolidated subsidiaries.

Basic Stance

The Daiwabo Group respects human rights as a basic principle of our business activities, and strives to be a fair company that is trusted by society, based on our awareness that “all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights” and “they are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood,” as set forth in Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Respect for the Human Rights of Stakeholders

The Daiwabo Group respects the human rights of all stakeholders throughout the entire value chain of our businesses. Furthermore, if there are any violations of human rights, we will address these issues promptly and appropriately.

Elimination of All Discrimination

The Daiwabo Group respects the diversity of individuals and respects all basic human rights. Based on the laws and regulations of each country, we will not support any violations of human rights nor engage in any discrimination, based on characteristics such as gender, age, nationality, race, physical characteristics, beliefs, religion, or values.

Workplace Environment

The Daiwabo Group provides a workplace environment that respects the human rights of each and every employee and worker in our supply chain. Based on the laws and regulations of each country, we will provide a healthy and safe working environment free from physical and mental harassment, and respect the protection of the rights of young workers, the securing of minimum wages, the appropriate management of working hours, the right to collective bargaining, and the protection of privacy.


If it becomes clear that the Daiwabo Group has caused, facilitated, or been directly linked to any negative impact on human rights, we will engage in dialogue with the affected parties concerned and work to aid them in order to remedy the situation through appropriate procedures.In addition, the “Daiwabo Helpline” is available to all employees for consultation, reporting, etc., of matters such as actions that raise doubts related to laws and regulations.