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Actions on Materiality

Training and Education (FY2019 Report)

Materiality Indicators

Management Approach

Reasons why materiality is important for our business.

The Daigas Group is committed to creating value primarily for customers, as well as for society, shareholders, and employees, as stated in the Daigas Group Declaration, part of the Daigas Group Corporate Principles.

We believe that developing human and intellectual capital is a source of value creation. The Daigas Group’s Long-Term Management Vision 2030 lists the promotion of work style reform and development of human resources as important goals to be attained by 2030. We consider it vital to develop personnel who are capable of working in an active manner in a rapidly changing business environment, and to that end we offer a range of training and educational programs aimed at developing individual capabilities.

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Management systems and its performance

Indicator (GRI Standards: 404-1)

Average hours of training per year per employee

Commitment

The Daigas Group Code of Conduct was formulated and the Group has declared its intention of creating workplaces in which employees can work with peace of mind. We will respect employee individuality and support career design and skills development to enable diverse personnel to reach their full potential.

(International and domestic standards)
  • U.N. Global Compact
  • Act for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation
  • Act on the Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace
(In-house policy and standards)
  • Daigas Group Code of Conduct
  • Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy
Responsibilities

Osaka Gas has introduced a personnel system that helps all employees to clarify their roles and expectations through meetings with superiors who serve as training advisors. Employees themselves select a career track course to pursue.

We offer a wide range of training programs for all positions and job descriptions, in addition to the system of training by career track. These include training programs by level—junior/new, mid-level, managerial, etc.—along with self-directed training. Overseas business training is also conducted to develop personnel who can play an active role globally.

HR Development System

Human Resources Dept. Guidance on common training elements company-wide
Organizational unit   Guidance on training elements unique to the organizational unit (job expertise, acquisition of qualification, etc.)
Supervisors Person responsible for training
Personal tutor and advisor (PTA) Person in charge of training new employees for three years after joining the company
General affairs Supervision of and support for training
Performance

To help develop employee skills, we conduct assessments through meetings between employees and their superiors based on Management by Objectives (MBO), with periodic follow-up meetings. This mechanism encourages each individual’s willingness to grow and helps us formulate a training plan.

・Average annual hours of training per employee
25.1 hours / person
・e-learning (safety, information security, environment) program* Includes temporary employees and part-time workers
Number of participants: 5,029 / course
No. of hours: 3.67 hours / person

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The Daigas Group addresses social issues with its human resources and technical expertise
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Creating Value for Customers
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President's Commitment
Management and CSR of the Daigas Group
Corporate Principles and CSR Charter
Daigas Group Code of Conduct
Global Compact and ISO 26000
Long-Term Management Vision 2030
Medium-Term Management Plan 2020
CSR Integrated into
Management Strategy
Policies on CSR
Special Feature The Daigas Group addresses social issues with its
human resources and technical expertise
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
through efficient use of natural gas and expansion of renewable energy
Constructing resilient infrastructure for disaster-resistant urban development
Promoting the evolution of ICT/IoT
services to solve customer problems
Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance
Risk Management
CSR Management
Stakeholder Engagement
Dialogue and Cooperation with Stakeholders
Response to Stakeholders' Voices
Value Chain of the Daigas Group
Enhancement of CSR in Our Value Chain
Social Impact of Business Activities in Our Energy Value Chain and Efforts to Reduce Such Impact
CSR Efforts Throughout Supply Chain
Electricity and Gas Industry Reform
Actions on Materiality
Materiality
Customer Health and Safety
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Local Communities
Customer Privacy
Supplier Assessment
Training and Education
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
Economic Performance
CSR Charter Ⅰ
Creating Value for Customers
Index
CSR Indicator
Safety and Security 1: Procurement Stage
Safety and Security 2: Processing Stage
Safety and Security 3: Distribution Stage
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Incorporating Customer Opinions
Proposing New Value
CSR Charter Ⅱ
Harmonizing with the Environment and Contributing to Realizing a Sustainable Society
Index
CSR Indicator
Environmental Management
Environmental Management:
Indicators, Targets and Results
Actions for Climate Change:
Recognition of and Action on Risks and Opportunities
Actions for Climate Change: Method to Evaluate Effects of CO2 Emissions Reduction
Actions for Climate Change: Working to Reduce CO2 Emissions in Business Activities
Actions for Climate Change: Working to Reduce CO2 Emissions at Customer Sites
Efforts in Resource Recycling
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Developing Environmental Technologies
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Being a Good Corporate Citizen Contributing to Society
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CSR Indicator
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Activities at Osaka Gas' Foundations
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CSR Charter Ⅴ
Management Policy for Human Growth
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