Because Mabuchi Group regards the harmony with the global environment and environment protection as important issues, he Group is addressing the environmental issues continuously by establishing the environmental management system complying with ISO 14001 international standards.
Environmental Organization of the Mabuchi Group
In the Mabuchi Group, whole Mabuchi Group is supervised by President of Headquarters, and the environmental management system of entire Mabuchi Group is supervised by Senior General Manager of Quality Assurance as Environmental Management Representative.
The Environmental Management Committee is established at the Headquarters. This committee is comprised of the chairman, who is the Environmental Management Representative, and general managers of each department. They discuss and determine the Mabuchi Group's environmental policy, objectives, and measures to be taken.
Also, we have set up the Chemicals Task Force under the Environmental Management Committee. That task force proposes measures in each specialized area and promotes environmental preservation activities.
Environmental Management Committee
To share environmental information and to efficiently implement environmental conservation in the entire Mabuchi Group, the Environmental Managers Conference has been held every year with the participation of environmental managers from the Headquarters and overseas production bases.
Environmental Managers Conference
The members consist of environmental managers of Headquarters and related companies. The Conference promotes the sharing of information on environmental issues and serves to increase the synergistic effects of environmental management across the Group.
Chemicals Task Force
Chemicals Task Force is established as advisory body to the Environmental Management Committee.
The Task Force conducts information gathering activities, research and study concerning chemical substances management having an impact on Headquarters and the entire Mabuchi Group and develops related draft policies and draft implementation plans, which are then brought before the Environmental Management Committee for consideration.