Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Companies are required to minimize the negative impact of their business activities while maximizing their positive impact and contributing to the sustainable development of society.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are international goals for creating a world that "leaves no one behind," and companies as well as countries are required to actively participate. Through its business activities, the Sanki Engineering Group will play a role in resolving medium- to long-term social issues, as designated in the SDGs.
Framework for the Sustainability Promotion System
Since fiscal 2019, we have sought to develop an internal framework for promoting ESG and SDGs by holding cross-departmental ESG CCU meetings once a month to share information and exchange views among working groups. In addition, we have continually conducted seminars on sustainability for all executive officers and employees. In April 2021, we set up the Sustainability Promotion Department, entrusted with planning and promoting ESG and SDGs, and a management-level preparatory taskforce has been meeting since July with the aim of establishing a committee that will consider sustainability-related measures for the entire Group. Looking ahead, we will further promote sustainability management with due consideration to our long-term sustainability policies, goals, and measures along with the Medium-Term Management Plan "Century 2025" Phase 3.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Obtained an AA Rating in the ESG/SDGs Assessment Loan Scheme
Sanki Engineering obtained an AA rating, the second highest on a seven-point scale, for an ESG/SDGs Assessment Syndicated Loan scheme in which the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation extends loans based on an independent corporate evaluation conducted by the Japan Research Institute.
Certified as 3 stars in the NIKKEI Smart Work Management Survey
We were certified as 3 of 5 stars in the 3rd NIKKEI Smart Work Management Survey, which selects advanced companies that challenge the productivity revolution through work style reform.
Acquiring the Kurumin Mark
In 2015 we were granted an update for the Kurumin mark, a certificate granted by the Tokyo Labor Bureau of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising NextGeneration Children, for meeting certain criteria as a company supporting childcare.
Recognition for Supporting Childcare by the City of Nagoya
In 2014 the Chubu Branch became the first construction equipment company to be recognized by the City of Nagoya as a company supporting childcare, and certification was updated in 2017