Ricoh joins the Responsible Business Alliance, the world's largest industry coalition dedicated to CSR in global supply chains
TOKYO, Japan – 27 November 2019 – Ricoh Company, Ltd., (Tokyo, Japan) is pleased to announce that it has joined the Responsible Business Alliance (Headquarters: Virginia, U.S.A, hereinafter "RBA"), a global coalition dedicated to CSR in global supply chains.
The RBA is a non-profit coalition1 that supports the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities affected by the global supply chain. Founded in 2004 by a group of leading electronics companies, the coalition now includes global member companies in a wide range of industries such as the retail, automotive and toy sectors as well as electrical, electronics and ICT manufacturers. As a member of the RBA, Ricoh will fully support the vision and mission of the RBA.
A global electronics industry that creates sustainable value for workers, the environment, and business.
Members, suppliers, and stakeholders collaborate to improve working and environmental conditions through leading standards and practices.
With the launch of its Mid-Term Management Plan in 2017, Ricoh has been accelerating its efforts to resolve social issues through business, aiming to make contributions toward the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that were agreed upon by the international community. Since the Ricoh Group Supplier Code of Conduct was established in January 2006, Ricoh and its suppliers, who are asked to comply with this Code of Conduct, have been making efforts to aim at a better society and global environment, as well as the sustainable development of business. Going forward, Ricoh, as a member of the RBA, aims to contribute to the achievement of a sustainable society by sharing the vision and mission of the RBA with its suppliers based on the RBA Code of Conduct.
|RBA Code of Conduct:||http://www.responsiblebusiness.org/code-of-conduct/|
1RBA: Founded in 2004 as the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and renamed the RBA in 2017