SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) were adopted by the United Nations. 17 goals and 169 targets have been set to create a prosperous and vibrant future, and this is a global initiative aiming to achieve them by 2030.
At Ousei Kankyo Shoji, we have clearly set goals for the five-year period from 2023 to 2027, and we aim to realize a sustainable society by making use of our strengths, such as recycling technology for recycling materials and smelting know-how.
Get involved through storytelling, etc. to children in infant homes and solitary homes.
Write letters to and connect with children supported by World Vision.
Part of the sales will be donated to the poverty support fund according to the delivery volume
Invite the children supported by World Vision to OUSEI.
Increased collection of E-Scrap from developing countries (contribution to fair trade, transactions at fair prices).
Improve internal awareness of gender equality (participation in seminars and company-wide sharing).
Actively promoting women for managerial posts and certification as “Leading company for women empowerment” (acquired 1-star).
Creating a work environment that can respond to changes in family circumstances.
* Marriage, childbirth, children's advancement, nursing care, etc.
* Maternity allowance start (for partners who support us).
Acquired 2-star certification as a “Leading company for women empowerment” (requires system and track record).
Acquired 3-star certification as a “Leading company for women empowerment” (requires system and track record).
Create an environment where everyone can demonstrate their abilities regardless of gender (→ Raise awareness of the company).
Raise energy conservation awareness and work on energy conservation that can be done by yourself.
All members plant trees to create a forest (CO2 reduction).
Switch to electricity derived from renewable energy.
Convert half of the electricity used in the company to natural energy such as solar power.
Obtained RE100 certification.
Reducing the amount of paper resources used by completely paperless operations.
Improved operational efficiency and reduced overtime work through systemization.
Creating an environment that is easy to work in, such as flextime and shorter working hours (company-led childcare).
Improving parental leave/paid leave acquisition rate (create a track record of fathers taking parental leave).
Employment of persons with disabilities and continuation of sustainable employment.
Received the Japan Management Quality Award.