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Objectives and Organizational Structure of CSR Initiatives

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CSR・環境
CSR
Safe Operation
Environment
Human Resources Development
Social Contribution Activities
Dialogue with Stakeholders
External Recognition
Safety, Environmental and Social Report

The MOL Group has a wide variety of stakeholders around the world, since it does business on a global scale, centered on its core business of ocean shipping. CSR focuses on conducting business management that appropriately takes into account laws and regulations, social ethics, safety and environmental issues, human rights, and other considerations. We believe we can develop our business sustainably, in step with society, benefiting all or stakeholders and earning their support and trust.

In addition, the MOL Group Corporate Principles state that the Group will contribute to global economic growth as multi-modal transport group. Realizing these principles is the foundation of all MOL Group CSR activities.

Three committees under the control of the Executive Committee with the president as the chief executive officer - play a central role in setting CSR-related policies and measures.

Committees Setting CSR-related Policies and Measures

Name Function
CSR Committee Identify priority issues related to MOL Group's overall CSR (materiality assessment), discuss those policies, set targets, and review achievements
Operational Safety Committee Study and discuss basic policies and measures to ensure the thoroughness of safe operation on MOL- and MOL Group-operated vessels
Compliance Committee Develop the group's compliance system and take action on compliance violations, and discuss related policies and measures related to as well as basic policies and measures covering the protection of personal information.

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