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Muratec Code of Conduct

Muratec Code of Conduct

  1. Products and services
    We will develop and offer products and services useful to society, with sufficient care to safety and the protection of personal information.

  2. Business transactions
    We will respect the rights of our Company as well as that of other companies including intellectual property rights, and engage in fair, transparent, and free competition and due transactions. Moreover, we will maintain sound and normal relations with political bodies and governmental organizations.

  3. Information disclosures
    We will engage in broad communication with society and disclose our corporate information in a timely and appropriate manner.

  4. Personnel, labor management and workplace environment
    We will respect our employees' diversity, character, and individuality and secure a safe and employee-friendly workplace environment.

  5. Environmental issues
    We will actively engage in environmental issues in our corporate activities as well as through our products and services.

  6. Social contribution activities
    We will actively engage in social contribution activities as a "good corporate citizen."

  7. No connections to anti-social elements
    We will not engage in activities that benefit anti-social groups and organization that may threaten the order and safety of civil society.

All the board members and the workplace leaders shall recognize their own important role in realizing the essence of this Code of Conduct, and lead by example in raising awareness about proper conduct amongst people involved.
Should a violation of this Code of Conduct occur, the senior management shall lead the entire organization in rectifying the problem, searching out its cause and working to prevent its reoccurrence, and shall mete out a strict punishment not only to the violators but also to themselves.

August 17, 2007
Daisuke Murata, President