Aisin AW aims at creating a strong corporation against crisis by placing human life as the number one priority in dealing with various risks that could have a significant impact on our business management, in minimizing damages, and in prompt recovery.
We also make every effort to improve our risk management system and risk handling abilities in cooperation with AW Group companies.
Aisin AW has a Business Ethics Committee chaired by the company president (administered by the Legal Dept.). Its members comprise all directors, all in-house officers, and all in-house audit & supervisory board members. Under this solid system, the entire Aisin AW strives to prevent unfavorable situations from being created and to enhance its capability to deal with such situations.
At Aisin AW, action plans based on risk occurrences are standardized, and through large-scale earthquake and fire training, we ensure full awareness of our employees, evaluate the plans validity, and strive to implement effective action plans.
At Aisin AW, to prepare for emergencies like a large-scale earthquake such as the Tokai Earthquake or an influenza pandemic with a new strain of influenza virus, which poses a high risk in the postponement of projects, we pursue measures and business continuity plans that consider our corporate social responsibility and the impact on the regions while emphasizing our number one priority of respect for human life.