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- Priority Issue 2: Provide a Stable Information and Telecommunications Service
KDDI recognizes that its primary responsibility is to ensure a stable service for its customers as a provider of the information and telecommunications services which are lifelines for society. In particular, to fulfill the vital role of communications during an emergency, including confirming the safety of loved ones and aiding rescue operations, KDDI has put in place communications networks and equipment to be used in times of disaster. KDDI has also deployed vehicle-mounted wireless base stations equipped with satellite communication functions, which will allow KDDI to continue to provide service even in the event of a failure. Should a disaster occur, KDDI will immediately establish a response headquarters administered by the president, which will work with affected areas to determine the extent of damage, and restore information and telecommunication services as quickly as possible.
Disaster response training conducted in January 2009
Priority Issue 3: Global Environment Conservation
The KDDI Environmental Charter was formulated in March 2003. In January 2007, an environmental management regime was put in place as part of the first Medium-Term Environmental Conservation Plan. In July 2007 we formulated the second Medium-Term Environmental Conservation Plan, with the goals of cutting of greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste and encouraging recycling, and improving the quality of environmental management. In addition to these company-wide measures, the Company has conducted research on reducing CO2 emissions in society in the information and telecommunications services it provides, and is studying new measures to adopt based on the results.
Second Medium-Term Environmental Conservation Plan
(1) Global Warming Countermeasures Reduce energy consumption by 16% from expected fiscal 2011 levels, and achieve greenhouse gas emissions of 1,520,000 tons (CO2 equivalent). Achieve a resource-recycling ratio of at least 99% for mobile phones, retired communication equipment, and the like Thoroughly reduce and separate office waste, and achieve a resource-recycling ratio of at least 70% Enhance compliance assessments and internal auditing Enhance internal environmental education and awarenessraising activities
(2) Waste Reduction and Recycle Promotion
(3) Improving the quality of environmental management
Priority Issue 4: Become a Vibrant Corporation Through Development of Diverse Human Resources
With Japan facing a falling birthrate and aging population, KDDI is looking to enhance diversity as one of its key strategies for sustainable growth. In April 2008, the Company established the Diversity Program Office in an effort to create an organization and environment that allows every individual to exercise his or her potential fully, regardless of external or internal differences. In FY 2009.3, KDDI actively recruited employees with disabilities, and to further broaden employment opportunities and fields in April 2008 established KDDI Challenged Corporation, which was certified as a special subsidiary in October 2008. KDDI also makes a proactive effort to ensure equal opportunity for female employees, hire elderly workers, and promote a healthy work-life balance.
A KDDI Challenged employee disassembles mobile phone handsets for recycling
Social Contribution Activity
Employee Social Contribution Activity “+ Project”
The “+a Project” is a social action project run by KDDI for employees to conduct social contribution activities. As of March 2009 approximately 2,800 employees nationwide had registered as project members. Members receive points in exchange for their social contribution activities, which can be converted into cash for donation to the charity of the member’s choice. Approximately ￥5 million in points was accumulated during FY 2009.3, which was donated to nine charitable organizations, such as the Japan Association for Refugees.
Charity bazaar held in the company cafeteria
KDDI’s Long History of International Cooperation Activities
KDDI has been involved in international cooperation activities for over half a century, accepting its first overseas trainees in 1957. Today, drawing on our many years of knowledge and technical capabilities in the field of information and telecommunications technology, KDDI has implemented a pilot project to improve telecommunications in developing countries and close the digital divide, dispatching technology experts overseas, and accepting trainees from abroad. The Company has also created the “Kibo no Kakera” page on its homepage, through which visitors click on a charity to have KDDI donate computers, dictionaries, picture books and other materials to schools and orphanages in Cambodia.
Students at the Sanlong KEC School in Sanlong, Cambodia
KDDI CORPORATION Annual Report 2009