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Environmental Governance

To reinforce its environmental governance, NEC has expanded the applicable range of management activities both in Japan and overseas from high-environmental-impact production bases to software and service companies, as well as to independent companies within the NEC Group. Group companies are divided into three types. The management level is set for every main items of governance (see the table below).

  1. Deployment of environmental policy and mid-term/fiscal year plans
  2. Design/development of environmentally sound products
  3. Design/development of environmentally sound services
  4. Collection of environmental impact data, for example, on the use of energy and chemical substances
  5. Acquisition of ISO 14001 certification
  6. Release of information useful for daily operations and management such as case studies from other companies, laws and regulations, and global trends
  7. Participation in Environmental training course provided by NEC
  8. Collection of information on both small accidents and serious accidents (including small incidents)
  9. Thorough management based on environmental risk management standards
  10. Review of environmental management audits carried out by NEC

Environmental Governance Classes Management

  Class Policy Deploy- ment (*1) Products Eco Solution Data Coll- ection ISO Certifi- cation (*2)
Consolidated Subsidiaries Fully owned subsidiaries O Direction NEC brand products must carry out NEC Eco Action Plan O Required O
Partially owned subsidiaries Δ Offer/request Δ O Δ

Environmental Governance Classes Management

Class Risk (*1) Audit by NEC
Accident Infor- mation Management
Fully owned subsidiaries O O Required(*3)
Partially owned subsidiaries O O Δ

O : Compliance item, Δ : Recommended item, NA : Not applicable
(*1) Including related subsidiaries. The item is implemented and information provided to the related subsidiary by the parent company.
(*2) Optional for temporary staff and consulting companies, companies whose operating scale and environmental impact is small, and companies with fewer than 20 employees.
(*3) Excluding consulting companies.

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