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Targets and Results for Fiscal 2014

Takeda uses the framework of the core subjects in the ISO 26000 standard to promote its activities. This section explains Takeda's activities in accordance with the disclosure standards of the United Nations Global Compact.

The United Nations Global Compact Advanced Level CriteriaISO 26000 Core SubjectsTargets for Fiscal 2014Results for Fiscal 2014Evaluation
1-2 and 19-21
Organizational Governance Continue to increase knowledge and awareness of CSR among employees Published pages to explain about CSR in the in-house magazine four times in the year, and posted 16 CSR articles on the global intranet まる
Continue to engage with stakeholders Held dialogues regarding the Takeda-Plan Healthcare Access Program with cooperating NGO Plan Japan and CSR consultant CSR Asia, and summarized them in a pamphlet まる
Human Rights
Human Rights Criteria 3-5
Human Rights Continue to ensure strict adherence to company rules on human rights in all operational processes, including research, development, procurement, and marketing Invited BSR to conduct seminars on human rights at relevant in-house divisions まる
Criteria 6-8
Labor Practices Continue to strengthen the promotion of diversity Conducted status surveys of each country on a global basis, continued female employee development programs and diversity awareness raising activities, and provided support for networking meetings of female company executives (Japan) まる
Continue to promote accelerated development of global leaders Identified a group of individuals who are expected to become global leaders, applying the company's Global Core Competency Model and Talent Review Process, and launched a training program to develop them まる
Continue to promote work-life balance Achieved 1,800 annual total working hour level through initiatives to reduce overtime work hours and improve acquisition rate of annual paid leave (Japan) まる
Criteria 9-11
The Environment Continue to promote the Takeda Group Environmental Action Plan Each subsidiary and division set targets based on the plan and worked to achieve them まる
Conduct internal audit based on the Global EHS Guideline and the checklist Conducted internal audits systematically at every division worldwide based on a checklist まる
Continue to strengthen and improve environmental protection and accident prevention management systems Each subsidiary and division set targets based on the plan and worked to achieve them まる
Continue to promote full employee participation in energy conservation Each division achieved its established energy conservation targets まる
Continue to improve awareness raising, education, and training for environmental protection and accident prevention Held environmental protection and accident prevention training according to plan and engaged in educational activities via the intranet まる
Continue to promote initiatives for biodiversity conservation Continued to cultivate over 100 species of endangered herbal plants at Takeda Garden for Medicinal Plant Conservation (Kyoto) to ensure their ongoing preservation まる
Criteria 12-14
Fair Operating Practices Continue to instill the Takeda Global Code of Conduct and the Takeda Anti-Corruption Global Policy in employees Conducted activities to enhance employee understanding of the principles in the Takeda Global Code of Conduct and reinforced our Takeda Anti-Corruption program through the implementation of the Global Policy on Anti-Corruption Due Diligence on Third Parties まる
Plan to conduct the CSR survey for new suppliers Completed a CSR risk assessment on our global supply base (over 15,000 suppliers) まる
Continue to promote green procurement Continued steady promotion of green procurement まる
Consumer Issues Assess the effectiveness of the Three-Year Plan by employing numerical indicators Enabled 9,933 illegal online pharmacies to be shut down. Overall, outcome of the Three-Year Plan exceeded expectation まる
Continue to raise disease awareness through Takeda website and advertising Revised our internal review system for promotional materials for healthcare professionals to ensure that the information we provide complies with current regulations 三角
Continue to provide information spanning treatments and preventative measures Provided information on treatments and preventative therapies through website, seminars, and various other media まる
Corporate Citizenship Activities
Corporate Citizenship Activities
Criteria 15-18
Community Involvement and Development Continue to provide ongoing support for areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake Provided steady support under a long-term scheme running through to 2020 まる
Continue to promote corporate citizenship activities in the healthcare field Steadily implemented healthcare-related programs such as the Takeda Initiative and IDEEL Program まる
Continue to provide research grants in a wide range of fields that contribute to healthcare progress Continued to provide funds for the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT Fund), which aims to promote the discovery of new drugs to fight communicable diseases in developing countries まる
Continue partnerships with NGOs and NPOs Participated in international conferences such as World CSR Congress (India), and strengthened relationships with NPOs in Asia まる
Continue to raise awareness throughout the company about the Basic Policies on Corporate Citizenship Activities Created a photobook summarizing employees' corporate citizenship activities around the world for patients, and shared the information with all employees まる

Continue to implement activities to publicize the Global Donation Guidelines throughout the company

Updated guidelines related to donations based on changes in the corporate governance system まる
Continue to provide opportunities for volunteer activities to employees in Japan

Conducted a complete renewal of the volunteer information page on the intranet


Evaluations: ○:Target achieved △:Target not completely achieved ×:Target not achieved