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Supply Chain Management

Basic Supply Chain CSR Policy

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Marubeni Power Systems does not stop at achieving strong CSR results for itself, but also supports the achievement of strong CSR results throughout its supply chain, with the objective of building an environmentally friendly, healthy and sustainable society.
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Marubeni Power Systems requests the understanding and cooperation of its business partners in the observance of the “Supply Chain CSR Guidelines” set forth below, so that Marubeni Power Systems, together with its business partners, can facilitate highly efficient CSR results.
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Supply Chain CSR Guidelines
1) Observance of Laws
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Observe the applicable laws of each relevant country and the various countries affected by the transaction.
2) Respect for Human Rights
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Respect human rights, without discrimination, physical, verbal, sexual and other forms of harassment or inhumane treatment.
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No child labor, forced labor, inappropriate wage abatement, or excessive working hours.
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Respect employees' right to unionize for the purpose of negotiations between labor and management and to bargain collectively.
3) Preservation of the Environment
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Protect nature.
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Minimize environmental impact, and prevent pollution.
4) Fair Transactions
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Conduct fair transactions, and do not inhibit free competition.
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No bribery or illegal contributions, and prevent corruption.
5) Safety and Health
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Secure safety and health in the workplace, and maintain a good working environment.
6) Quality Control
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Maintain the quality and safety of products and services.
7) Disclosure of Information
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Including the items mentioned above, appropriately disclose company information.

FY2015 Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Objective of this Statement This Statement is intended to announce the steps taken by Marubeni Power Systems Corporation (“we” “our” “Company” “MPSC”) during and after FY2015 for the purpose of ensuring that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its own business and its supply chains pursuant to Section 54 of the UK Modern Slavery Act, which came into force in 2015.

Our businesses
We, together with Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) as our parent company, have grown into a leading firm specializing in overseas turnkey power plant projects that include everything from order receipt to the procurement of equipment, construction, trial operation and delivery. Electricity is the most important form of infrastructure that supports modern culture and industrial activities. We collectively carries out entire overseas power plant projects from order receipt to construction and delivery to be satisfied with the customers.
Supply chain
As we are engaged in a wide range of businesses worldwide, its supply chains span a number of countries and regions. We consider supply chain management to be a vital issue for the continuation of sound business, and strives to prevent modern slavery—e.g. forced labor, child labor, human trafficking and exploitation—from arising.
Our policies in relation to human rights
The Compliance Manual of Marubeni which prescribes the code of conduct that officers and employees of the Marubeni Group must abide by, sets forth the following as matters to be observed: "Respect Human Rights and Refrain from Any Form of Discrimination, Sexual Harassment or ‘Power Harassment’".
MPSC places importance on working with its business partners in relation to CSR supply chain management and has formulated the Basic Supply Chain CSR Policy (hereinafter referred to as “Basic Policy”). The Basic Policy explicitly prohibits acts that infringe human rights, as follows: "Respect human rights, without discrimination, physical, verbal, sexual and other forms of harassment or inhumane treatment", "No child labor, forced labor, inappropriate wage abatement, or excessive working hours", "Respect employees' right to unionize for the purpose of negotiations between labor and management and to bargain collectively", and "Secure safety and health in the workplace, and maintain a good working environment".
Initiatives to prevent modern slavery from arising
MPSC informs its long-term business partners of the Basic Policy in various ways and seeks their understanding and cooperation with respect to the Basic Policy.
In-house training and education
MPSC has added a new item to the section on respect for human rights in its Compliance Manual, namely, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. By doing so, MPSC has clarified its stance on endeavoring to comply with the said Principles, which clearly state companies’ responsibilities for respecting human rights, and is making this widely known among our officers and employees.
We conducted a training course for new employees on our approach to human rights and its policies for human rights initiatives, including the prevention of modern slavery.
We also have conducted and conducts training program, targeted at all our officers and employees, on such topics as respect for human rights, occupational health and safety and compliance including our supply chain.
To realize a better society
We believes that the promotion of respect for human rights is an important task in CSR activities. Going forward, we will continue to take action to prevent modern slavery from arising, and enhance the standard of its initiatives step by step while gaining its business partners’ understanding and cooperation, with the aim of resolving social issues that are relevant to the our businesses.
Approval of the Board of Directors
Ken Muroie, hereby certify that the content of the “FY2015 Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement” is true and has been approved by the Company’s Board of Directors.


October 27, 2016
President and CEO, Member of the Board
Marubeni Power Systems Corporation
Ken Muroie