How Takeda Canada does Business

Sabrina-Spina

“It’s important to remember that patients rely on us and our medicines. We need to show them that they can trust our treatments.”

– Sabrina Spina, Interim Head of Compliance

A large part of gaining and keeping physician and patient trust comes from how Takeda does business. We have been building that trust for more than 236 years and we don’t take it for granted.

We take action and make decisions by focusing on our four priorities in this order:

  1. Focusing on the patient
  2. Building trust with society
  3. Reinforcing our reputation
  4. Developing business

To fulfil social expectations and trust, and to achieve recognition for its value to society, Takeda believes that, in addition to complying with the laws and regulations, it is essential for Takeda Group employees and executives to conduct business with high ethical and moral standards through the practical implementation of the corporate philosophy, "Takeda-ism."

At Takeda Canada, Compliance is an important part of how we work and conduct ourselves.

In 1999, Takeda Pharmaceutical instituted the Takeda Compliance Program, appointing a Compliance Officer and establishing the company’s Compliance Promotion Committee.

Takeda has since instituted the Takeda Global Code of Conduct  as a baseline standard of compliance to help promote an integrated approach to compliance issues across Takeda operations worldwide.