Initiatives for SDGs
What are the SDGs?
SDGs stands for “Sustainable Development Goals.”
The Sustainable Development Goals, which were adopted unanimously by United Nations (UN) Member States at a UN summit in September 2015, are a collection of international goals that aim to build a better and more sustainable world by 2030.
There are 17 SDGs and their 169 associated targets—all designed to create a better and more sustainable world in the future. The SEKIDEN group will actively work toward achieving these goals and targets.
SEKIDEN’s own plan for achieving the SDGs
We at the SEKIDEN group declare our support for the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and our efforts toward attaining them through our business activities.
<Environment> Contribute to protecting the Earth’s environment
“Good environmental management is a key factor in solving global-scale issues and challenges.”
◎Work toward reducing energy use
◎Promote the reduction of waste (including hazardous chemicals) and recycling
<Society> Contribute to developing workers and local communities (near our operations)
“Connecting with local communities (near our operations) is a key factor in running a sustainable business.”
◎Work intensively to improve employee health so as to create lively home and workplace environments
◎Contribute to the development of regional communities by accepting local elementary and middle school students for onsite work experience
◎Strive to create workplaces where diverse people can work together
◎Support the development of factories that collaborate with us while considering them as essential partners
<Business management> Evolve to ensure that human capital development serves as the foundation for our operations
“Cultivating human capital is a key factor in running a sustainable business.”
◎Increase labor productivity by investing more in human capital so as to strengthen our business foundation
◎Evolve to attain sustainable business operations by drawing out workers’ latent potential