Basic Views

Infocom Corporation has established group risk management rules which we follow under an integrated management policy.
Our CSRO serves as the chair of the company’s SSustainabilitySustainability Committee, established as a body to address risk management in accordance with these rules. The committee is responsible for identifying, assessing, and managing risks related to group operations.

Basic Risk Management Policy

  1. Comprehensively identify, assess, and manage operating risks to which the group is exposed, engaging in group-wide risk management.
  2. Engage in risk management to accomplish the group’s social responsibility, improving the value of the Infocom Group.
  3. We define risk generally as an unexpected incident or accident that may have a significantly negative impact on corporate or affiliated-party interests. Accordingly, we strive to raise employee sensitivity to risk, while maintaining and improving our preparations for responding to risk.
  4. The Infocom Group employs mechanisms to identify, assess, and prevent risk on a consistent basis. The group is prepared to take emergency measures in response to risk. We also provide education and training necessary to respond to risk. We respond to risk promptly and appropriately according to the emergency measures when risk is realized.

Operating Risk Management Implementation Framework

Business Continuity Planning and Implementation

The Infocom Group strives to avoid any confusion and minimize the impact of losses that may occur in the aftermath of a major incident or accident. We have established a structure for an integrated response to risk management in accordance with our corporate Risk Management Manual.
To minimize losses associated with the interruption of business stemming from major disasters and other emergencies, the group has formulated a business continuity plan (BCP). This plan is a measure to ensure the continuity of group business operations.