The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact
Please refer to the official website of Global Compact Network Japan
ISO 26000 (Guidance on social responsibility) is an international standard that was established on November 1, 2010, after discussion amongst stakeholders with various backgrounds from over 90 different countries and regions.
Our Sustainability Policy references the 7 Core Subjects established by ISO 26000. As we move forward, we will remain aware of our social responsibility, and promote sustainability efforts through our business.
7 Core Subjects of ISO 26000
|Sustainability Policy||Related 7 Core Subjects|
|1||We get involved in activities that lead to the development of local communities and contribute to better lives for everyone.||Community involvement and development|
|2||We provide products and services with consideration for safety, reliability, and health and construct the supply chain in accordance with fair business practices with our business partners.||Consumer issues|
|3||We endeavor to give consideration to the global environment, nature, and biodiversity, prevent global warming, and form a recycling-oriented society.||Fair operating practices|
|4||We endeavor to support the development of the next generation together with local communities so that the children who will be responsible for the future can grow up healthily and happily.||The environment|
|5||We respect people and their rights regardless of their race, nationality, religion, gender, etc. and promote business activities which offer job satisfaction and enable all of the people involved in the business to be successful.||Human rights|
|6||We comply with international norms and the laws and norms in the countries and regions in which we develop our businesses, and carry out our business activities faithfully.||Labour practices|
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were established at the United Nations Summit in September 2015 as an action plan towards the prosperity of mankind, as well as the Earth. It aims to achieve various objectives with regards to issues like poverty, starvation, health and social welfare, sustainable production and consumption, and climate change, by 2030.
As a retailing company that continuously provides new value to customers, FamilyMart contributes to the sustainable development of society and contributes to achievement of the goals in the SDGs through working on the solution of social issues and alleviating impact on the environment.