Human Rights Policy

Human Rights Policy of Takaoka Toko Group

The Takaoka Toko Group promotes group-wide efforts to respect human rights by establishing its Human Rights Policy (hereinafter “Policy”) based on respect for human rights as stated in the Takaoka Toko Group Charter of Corporate Behavior.

Commitment to respect for human rights

Upholds international human rights standards, including the International Bill of Human Rights, the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Complies with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries and regions in which it operates. In cases where international human rights standards conflict with the laws and regulations of a country or region in which its group company operates, the company will seek ways to comply with international human rights standards.

Scope of human rights policy

This Policy applies to all executives and employees of the Takaoka Toko Group. This Policy is also intended to be understood and supported by stakeholders involved in all of the Group’s business processes.

Initiatives to respect human rights

Respects the human rights of stakeholders in all processes of its business activities, and it does not discriminate or violate human rights on the basis of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, origin, social status, creed, religion, disease, disability, or physical characteristics. In order to realize a society where human rights are truly respected, we promote the development of a corporate culture in which each and every executive and employee takes diversifying human rights issues as his or her own concern and acts with a deep sense of human rights.

Implementation of human rights due diligence

In accordance with the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, Will regularly assess manifest and potential negative impacts on human rights in its business activities and will establish and continuously implement mechanisms to prevent and mitigate such impacts.

Remedy and correction

Whenever it becomes clear that negative impacts on human rights are being caused or aggravated, Will work to correct them through appropriate means.
In addition, as an effective means of redress, Will establish and operate a whistleblower hotline available to internal and external stakeholders. The anonymity and confidentiality of whistleblowers is guaranteed, and they are protected from any adverse treatment.


Will provide appropriate education to all executives and employees so that this Policy is effectively implemented in its business activities.

Information disclosure

Initiatives to respect human rights based on this Policy will be disclosed through the Group’s website and reports.

Dialogue and consultation with stakeholders

We will engage in dialogue and consultation with stakeholders regarding our initiatives to respect human rights based on the Policy.

Established August 29, 2023

(Representative Director)

Takashi Ichinose

一ノ瀬 貴士
Human Rights Reporting Desk
Reporting Desk