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Targets and Results for Fiscal 2013

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 Criteria ISO 26000 Core Subjects Targets for Fiscal 2013 Results for Fiscal 2013 Evaluation
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

Human Rights
Criteria 3-5
Continue to hold stakeholder dialogues (stakeholder engagement)

Held "expanded stakeholder dialogue"involving all groups that have received support through the Takeda Well-Being Program over the past five years

Labor Practices

Ensure strict adherence to company rules on human rights in all operational processes,including research, development,procurement, and marketing

Promoted awareness in and outside the company of the Guiding Principles on Access to Healthcare (GPAH) created by BSR, including items relating to human rights, to which Takeda is a signatory まる
Criteria 6-8
Labor Practices Continue to strengthen the promotion of diversity Distributed exclusive newsletters to all employees on diversity-related issues featuring interviews with division managers relating to initiatives to strengthen diversity in each division (Japan) まる
Promote accelerated development of global leaders Organized Leadership Development Trustees at Takeda Pharmaceutical to take responsibility for developing leaders (management) capable of driving global business development through the management team in the workplace (Japan) まる
Continue to promote work-life balance Conducted company-wide initiatives to reduce overtime work hours including sending continuous messages from management and provided a checklist for promoting work effectiveness including items that were collected from successful internal activities (Japan) まる
Criteria 9-11
The Environment Continue to promote the Takeda Group Environmental Action Plan

Each Group company and division set targets based on the plan and worked to achieve them

Formulate the Global EHS Guideline Formulated the guideline and a checklist to promote awareness in every division worldwide まる
Continue to strengthen and improve environmental protection and accident prevention management systems

Each Group company and division set targets based on the plan and worked to achieve them

Continue to promote full employee participation in energy conservation

Continued power-saving activities including appropriate temperature setting and frequent turning off of lights. Continued the in-house eco-point system

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

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 global-level policy dissemination activities in cooperation with overseas subsidiaries

Continue to follow up with suppliers on improvement items identified through fiscal 2012 survey; initiate use of survey with more suppliers

Conducted the CSR survey and provided evaluation and feedback for 27 firms that completed it

Continue to promote green procurement Continued steady promotion of green procurement まる
Consumer Issues Conduct interim review of Three-Year Plan for Anti-Counterfeit Measures in light of environmental changes; continue steady implementation of plan Measured the effect of anti-counterfeit measures focused mainly on investigating and closing down illegal online pharmacies by conversion into monetary terms まる

Raise disease awareness through Takeda website and advertising

Created a website for Communication with Patients on the company's website for healthcare professionals, and prepared information for them to provide to patients (Japan)

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 Criteria
Community Involvement and Development Continue to provide ongoing support for areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake

Created a recovery support scheme aimed at providing long-term, continuous support until 2020

Continue to promote corporate citizenship activities in the healthcare field

Extended the countries to be supported under the IDEEL Program from India to include Mexico among other steps to ensure continuous, effective management of healthcare-related programs

Continue to provide research grants in a wide range of fields that contribute to healthcare progress Joined the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT Fund), which aimsto promote the discovery of new drugs to fight communicable diseases in developing countries まる
Continue partnerships with NGOs and NPOs

Conducted monitoring visits of programs in Tanzania and China. Recognized frontline challenges and strengthened framework for collaboration with NGOs

Continue to raise awareness throughout the company about the Basic Policies on Corporate Citizenship Activities Completed renewal of information on the company intranet, but recognized the need to improve the content further 三角

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

Continued activities to raise awareness including renewal of information on the company intranet まる
Continue to provide opportunities for volunteer activities to employees in Japan

Provided volunteer opportunities for a large number of employee participants, including through the Great East Japan Earthquake Area Support Program operated by Global Compact Japan Network


Evaluations: ○:Target achieved △:Progress made, but target not yet achieved ×:Target not achieved