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CSR Management

Basic Policy and Structure

Basic Policy and Structure

Sysmex's CSR Builds Trust and Confidence through Practice of the Sysmex Way

Sysmex's CSR builds trust and confidence among all its stakeholders through the practice of the Sysmex Way, the corporate philosophy of the Sysmex Group.

The Sysmex Way indicates the way the most basic corporate activities ought to be conducted, consisting of three elements necessary for continued growth: Mission, Value and Mind. The mission expresses the expansion of our business from activities centered on the field of diagnostics—a focus since our establishment—to the broader healthcare domain with its even closer connection to human health. In this manner, the mission asserts our aim of contributing toward the realization of a society filled with abundance, health and joy.

The Core Behaviors clarify provision of specific value to customers, employees, business partners, shareholders, society and all our stakeholders. For example, to provide reassurance to all members of society we carry out our business in strict compliance with laws and regulations, as well as in adherence to high ethical standards. We also consider it important to play an active role in resolving environmental issues and other problems that impact our society today.

CSR Promotion Structure

Based on the perspective outlined above, we have set up various committees, headed by executives, to promote activities according to key CSR-related themes, including compliance, risk management and the environment. We have also placed a member of the Managing Board in charge of CSR and established the CSR Promotion Department as the specialized department for planning, drawing up proposals for and promoting CSR activities and disseminating CSR-related information both inside and outside the Company.

Important CSR themes, such as identifying materiality and formulating mid-term CSR plans, are discussed and reported at management meetings attended by members of the Managing Board. We also analyze expectations and requests from society and extract our tasks from this information. Related departments then reflect the tasks in their execution plans and activities, resulting in a PDCA cycle.

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