The Oji Group has identified risks in its business execution by categorizing risks in all of the assets it owns, both tangible and intangible ones, in accordance with the Group Risk Management Regulations. To date, we have recognized 18 types of risks, including environmental risks, compliance risks, information security risks, product liability risks, and disaster risks.
The Board of Directors supervises the improvement and operation of risk management. When a new risk has occurred, the Board of Directors makes the decision after deliberations at the Group Management Meeting.
The Director and the General Manager of the Corporate Governance Division is responsible for the risk management of the Oji Group. The Corporate Governance Division works to ensure the effectiveness of the risk management of the overall Group.
The Director and the General Manager of the Corporate Governance Division is also responsible for health management and labor safety management of the Oji Group.
Risk Management Structure
Among risk-related matters, those on information security, prohibition of insider trading, and handling of intellectual property information are stipulated in the Oji Group Behavior Standard. We have also established individual regulations, under which we strive to ensure appropriate information management and protection.
■Relevant sections of the Oji Group Behavior Standard
14. Prohibition of Insider Trading
19. Management of Company Secrets (customer information, other information related to sales activities, research and development, and others, and confidential information disclosed by third parties)
21. Appropriate Use of Computer Systems
■ Individual regulations
・Information Systems Usage Regulations
・Group Insider Information and Insider Trading Prevention Regulations
For our risk management structure for preventing corruption, see the page headed Anti-Corruption Initiatives under Compliance.