Materiality of the Taisei Group
The Taisei Group continually reviews its materiality in light of the impact it has on the Group's management, as well as recognizing the interests of society and stakeholders and social issues. In fiscal 2020, we revised some of the materiality.
Materiality Identification Process
Tasks and key performance indicators (KPIs) are clarified in accordance with materiality. Efforts are promoted for these tasks and KPIs to resolve social issues through business activities and create value.
Taisei corporation identified its Materiality, which consists of eight key material issues in areas that are important for our stakeholders and have significant implications for our business management.
In this round-table talk by External Members of the Board, discussions are held on how we should face the materiality, the common goals of the Taisei Group, and contribute to achieving social challenges including SDGs together with various stakeholders, the evaluation of initiatives taken by the Taisei Group, and future issues and expectations.
Through these discussions, we explore the future vision of the Taisei Group for sustainably enhancing corporate value.
We invite Mr. Masahiko SHIBATA, who has for many years have been supporting a number of companies to establish long-term visions and strategies on environmental and ESG themes. Mr. SHIBATA and Mr. OKUDA, Chief of Environment Division, who leads the environmental management of Taisei Corporation, talked about our Group's specific measures and future challenges.