CSROur Approach to Society
Our Approach to Society Social Engagement Activities
Kyosan has a strong awareness as a good corporate citizen, and actively contributes to society through various endeavors.
１.Community cleanup activities
We participate in cleanup activities for local environmental conservation and beautiful town planning.
２.Implementation of Cool Biz and Warm Biz
We implement Cool Biz and Warm Biz during the summer and winter months to save energy.
３.Collection and donation of used stamps
Since 2010, we have been engaged in initiatives to collect used stamps affixed to mailings sent to the Group and donate them to welfare and other organizations.
４.Participation in the UCHIMIZU Project
Since 2012, we have been participating in the UCHIMIZU Project, an event to counter the “heat island” phenomenon that is a major factor in the global warming issue of recent years.
We started collecting Bellmarks in 2013. Once a year, we donate the Bellmarks we have collected that year to elementary schools near our head office and factory, where they are used to help purchase supplies such as dodgebees and tillers.
6.Participation in the Yokohama Science Frontier High School Culture Festival
We have been exhibiting in the Culture Festival at the Yokohama Municipal Yokohama Science Frontier High School in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama City, where our head office is located, since 2009. Our employees explain our products to the many visitors attending the festival; mainly children, students and graduates.
We have been engaged in recycling activities, including of work clothing worn by our employees, since March 2014. These recycled work clothes are reused as work materials.
8.Relief donations to victims of natural disasters
In order to support victims of the Kumamoto Earthquake that occurred in April 2016, Kyosan sent donations collected from the Company, domestic and overseas affiliates, labor unions, health insurance associations and others to the affected areas through the Japanese Red Cross Society. Additionally, we delivered emergency provisions such as water and retort pouch foods as a means of offering support in the form of daily necessities to our many business partners in Kumamoto Prefecture.