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Quality Policy

Win customer No.1 satisfaction by providing high quality touch sensor, with design and photolithography etching technology on proprietary copper film material.

Information security basic policy

We have established and adhere to the following basic policies to promote the trust of our customers and our continued growth.

1. Information management
We will properly obtain and manage the information necessary for our business in compliance with internal rules and regulations.

2. Information consciousness and behavior
We properly recognize the risks of unauthorized access, damage, falsification, leakage, etc. of the information assets we handle and take the necessary safety measures.

3. Addressing any issues that have occurred
We will respond promptly and appropriately and make corrections. At the same time, we will continuously improve our information security system.

Basic Procurement Policy

We establish procurement standards including supplier chains and apply them to procurement activities in order to comply with corporate social responsibility.

  1. Basic procurement criteria
    1. Maintaining and improving quality
      We establish a quality assurance system and maintain quality through appropriate quality control, and at the same time strive to improve quality.
    2. Reasonable price
      We will strive for continuous and reasonable prices at competitive prices.
    3. Stable supply and information disclosure
      We will make preparations in the event of an unexpected situation and will strive to provide information promptly when it occurs.
    4. Product safety
      We will comply with related laws, standards, and standards, and strive to ensure the safety and health of product users and consumers.

      In addition, we will always provide the results of surveys regarding product safety.
    5. Information security correspondence
      We will properly manage and protect personal and confidential information related to our business and strive to prevent unauthorized use.

      In addition, we will take appropriate measures against threats related to computer networks.
    6. Compliance with laws and social norms
      We will comply with Japanese and regional laws, international treaties, and social norms, and strive for business activities based on corporate ethics.
    7. Protection and respect for intellectual property rights
      We will strive for business activities that do not infringe the intellectual property rights of third parties.
  2. Procurement standards for human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption
    1. Human rights
      We will endeavor to prevent direct or indirect violations of human rights, including discrimination and harassment.
    2. Labor
      We will strive to prevent forced labor, child labor, long working hours and unpaid work.
    3. Environment
      We will strive to comply with local environmental laws and regulations.
    4. Anti-corruption
      We will endeavor to prevent acts such as bribery, corruption, improper benefiting, extortion and embezzlement.

Basic environmental declaration

  1. We will comply with environmental laws and regulations.
  2. We will strive to reduce the environmental load by effectively utilizing limited resources for the future of the earth.
  3. We will gain an understanding of conservation activities for the global environment by expanding communication.
  4. We will actively engage in conservation activities for the global environment.

Dealing with conflict minerals

Some minerals originated in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries are the financial sources of armed groups and anti-government organizations. They enhance the conflicts and are related to serious human rights abuses, child labor, forced labor and environmental destruction. Those minerals produced in these areas (tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold, and cobalt), that are supporting above mentioned groups are called Conflict Minerals.

On 21 July 2010, in order to cut off the financial sources of above mentioned groups, the United States Congress enacted Section 1502 of the Dodd–Frank Act that requires companies listed on SEC to provide disclosures about the use of specified conflict minerals in their products.

Considering the purpose of the law, VTS-Touchsensor Co.,Ltd has determined not to use conflict minerals related to these groups, and addressing in accordance with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance.
We maintain transparency in the supply chain aligned with business partners, undertaking its best efforts towards “DRC Conflict-Free”.

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