The Compliance Promotion System

In the belief that failure to ensure compliance is incompatible with business survival in a competitive and highly internationalized world, we have put in place a compliance promotion system designed to mark us out as a company deserving of public trust.

In September 2003, TAKAHATA set up a Compliance Committee* which included external specialists among its members. The Committee currently acts also as Global CSR Committee and appoints a leader at each of our affiliates around the world to carry out regular compliance training.

We have also introduced a helpline system through which compliance-related infringements in the workplace and related issues can be brought directly to the attention of management via e-mail. In this way, we are raising the reliability of our corporate activities.

* Changed the name to the Global CSR Committee from January 2011

Corporate Ethics Policy

  1. Conduct fair and just business operations in compliance with applicable laws, regulations,
    and other social norms.
  2. Make valuable contributions to society by supplying safe products and services of the highest quality.
  3. Provide and ensure a workplace environment based on respect for human rights.
  4. Value the trust of our customers and keep a good and sound relationship with them.
  5. Engage in philanthropic and other social activities that will benefit society together with
    the local communities.
  6. Contribute in realizing a sustainable society by promoting global environmental protection activities.
  7. Respect and contribute to the local cultures and customs of people in the different countries and regions where we conduct business.
  8. Disclose fair and timely corporate information to the general public.
  9. Take a determined stance against anti-social groups and adamantly refuse any demands made
    by such groups.

Corporate Ethics Policy and Corporate Code of Conduct

Recognizing compliance as the most important issue for management, TAKAHATA has drawn up a Corporate Ethics Policy. This is a set of regulations to be observed by the company and its officers and employees in the execution of their corporate duties.

Standards of behavior in the context of day-to-day working life for officers and employees have been set out in the Corporate Code of Conduct so that the Corporate Ethics Policy can be practiced every day.

This code is reproduced in the staff handbook and is recited by employees in the workplace to ensure full familiarity.

Corporate Code of Conduct

I. Rules for business operations

  1. Safety of products
    and services
  2. Handling of claims
  3. Free competition
    and fair trade
  4. Fair relations with customers
  5. Relationships with public officials and politicians
  6. Protection of intellectual property rights

II. Rules for company-employee relationships

  1. Compliance of workplace regulations
  2. Prohibition of discrimination
  3. Protection of privacy
  4. Workplace safety
  5. Distinction of
    public-private life
  6. Open communication

III. Relationship with the community

  1. Legal compliance
  2. Prohibition of insider trading
  3. Refusal of antisocial entities
  4. Environmental preservation measures
  5. Contribution to local communities

International Standardization

International Standardization Certified Affiliates (Companies)

ISO 14001 (Environment)


ISO 9001 (Quality)


TS 16949 (Automobiles)


ISO 13485 (Medical devices)


OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety)


ISO/IEC 27001 (Information Security Management System)


ISO/IEC 17025 (Calibration Laboratory)


Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy

  1. We will put our business operations in line with the environmental conservation movement through these activities:
  1. (a)Promote energy preservation by reducing “irrationality, waste and inconsistencies”.
  2. (b)Pursue a resource-reduce and recycle policy through improving inventory efficiency and the visibility enhancing 5-S effort.
  3. (c)Reduce total volume of waste by curbing irregular items in the processing lines.
  4. (d)Promote activities to reduce negative environmental impacts while effectively controlling environment degrading materials.
  1. We will comply with law and regulations, social rules, and the requirements to which the Company has voluntarily committed itself.
  2. We will manage progress reports with the required set goals and targets under a specific action plan submitted by each division.
  3. This Environmental Policy should be posted in all work areas and be made known to every employee through education and training programs.
  4. This Environmental Policy and practices should be disclosed in an appropriate way. We will ask our customers and suppliers to understand this policy and try to put their business operations in line with this Environmental Policy.

Quality policy

Quality policy

Provide satisfaction and peace of mind to our customers through excellent quality.

CSR Activities

Promoting Diversity and Inclusion

At TAKAHATA, we believe it is important to create a corporate culture where a diverse mix of employees can maximize their individual abilities regardless of race, nationality, disabilities, sex or age, so that we will
be able to fulfill our corporate philosophy, which is built around our human assets.

TAKAHATA is an international organization that actively employs people in our businesses throughout the world. By appointing qualified local staff to management positions, we are able to attentively address regional needs.

A Work-friendly Environment

TAKAHATA provides employees with a variety of educational opportunities in accordance with their job category, rank, and objectives, thus giving them a sense of work satisfaction and boosting their desire for self-improvement. Moreover, we determine abilities and achievements by implementing selfevaluations as well as company evaluations, and have created a global framework that fairly reflects individual talents.
At the same time, we also encourage an appropriate work-life balance, improve safety in the workplace, and overall health of the employee for our employees to enthusiastically carry out their duties. We work toward building a comfortable environment where everyone can work for years to come.

Basic Stance Toward Social Contribution

We cannot survive as a company unless we are trusted by society.
With this in mind, the TAKAHATA Corporate Ethics Policy stipulates that we "engage in philanthropic and other social activities that will benefit society together with local communities." As a good corporate citizen, we have carried out programs around the world in response to local community expectations and requests.

Social Contribution Activities in Thailand

TPTH, our business affiliate in Thailand, has included social contribution programs in its company policy since 2008, and has undertaken a range of activities in which employees can participate voluntarily. For example, employees participate in tree-planting activities, visit local elementary schools and utilize their individual skills to repair and maintain school property, including fixing water systems, electrical lines, and replacing roof tiles.
In 2011, TPTH was awarded the CSR DIW 2011 Award by the Thai Ministry of Industry in recognition of its CSR activities. The CSR DIW Award is given in recognition of activities in the following seven categories; Legal and regulatory compliance systems, Respect for human rights, Consideration for employees, Consideration for the environment, Consideration for suppliers, Consideration for customers, and Cohesion with the local community. TPTH will continue to actively undertake CSR activities.

Social Contribution Activities in U.S.

TPTN, our business affiliate in the U.S., has been actively participating in social contribution activities that are focused on supporting the youth in the local community. For example, TPTN invites children’s club to tour its factory and participates as a judge for science fairs at local schools. TPTN also contributes to the local community through holding job fairs and cleaning roads around its factory.
As a contribution to the local community, TPTN assists a NPO that supports children from abusive homes. As unemployment can lead to child abuse, TPTN holds job fairs to offer employment opportunities for the local population.
TPTN will continue to implement activities focused on the local community.


Social Contribution Activities in Japan

TPJP has been actively participating in social contribution activities and its contribution has been highly recognized. TPJP has been promoting blood donation and was awarded a certificate of appreciation from the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare at the Japanese Red Cross 48th National Convention of Promoting Blood Donation.
Another initiative by TPJP (Sakaigawa) is disaster prevention measures that take in account the local community, such as participating in disaster drills in the nearby community and stocks disaster equipment and emergency supplies that can support about 400 people for a week.
TPJP also contributes in variety of activities such as accepting trainees from overseas and donating previous design company uniforms to facilities that support people with disabilities.
TPJP will continue to actively participate in various CSR activities.

Social Contribution Activities as a Group

TAKAHATA Group launched group-wide activities to support the Philippines and Vietnam that suffered from the typhoon in 2013. We placed donation box and held cook-out at sites in the U.S. to promote support activities.
Raised money was donated to the disaster area through the Red Cross in each country.