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Corporate Social Responsibility
We are actively involved in protecting the environment and contributing to our community, aiming to fulfill our obligations as a socially responsible corporation.
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Disaster Relief Assistance
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In the wake of major earthquakes such as the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, the Fukuoka Prefecture Western Offshore Earthquakes in 2005, the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake in 2004 and the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake in 1995, we conducted damage assessment surveys in cooperation with our clients.
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Because we had completed a local development survey shortly before the disaster, we became the first Japanese company to enter the afflicted area. We gathered damage data to help guide the relief efforts undertaken by different countries and studied the needs for relief supplies to help inform the local government bodies.
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Cleanup Activities
Each branch of our company plays an active role in the vicinity of nearby roads, parks, rivers and other public space and in other environmental conservation activities.
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The Head Office and the Kanto Branch organize an annual cleanup in Yoyogi Park with the participation of all Group companies. Every year, the Kansai Branch participates in the Yodogawa Backwater Cleanup Operations for cleaning Johoku Wando backwater pools on the riverbed of the Yodogawa River. The Shikoku Branch has been recognized by the Takamatsu City Government as a road protecting organization for its road cleaning activities near the company. The effort is called the Takamatsu My Road Project.
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Our services themselves make a social contribution.
Our core business is to help people lead safe and rich lives in Japan and beyond. We are proud that our services, in and of themselves, contribute directly to significant social development.
Many projects in which we have engaged have produced benefits in the form of local security and development. The photos below depict an example from the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. To address the threat of sea level rise, we constructed seawalls as part of an official development assistance project. When the Indian Ocean Tsunami occurred in December 2004, these seawalls shielded the islands from the deadly waves. As a result, there was no deaths in the Maldives. The local residents were very grateful, saying that Japan had defended their islands.
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