Corporate Social Responsibility


NSI Crankshaft Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

Human rights abuses refer to mistreatment, physical punishment, sexual harassment, power harassment, and other inhumane treatment.

NSI commits to offering good working conditions, fair treatment and individual advancement opportunities. We pledge to maintain high standards in our labor relations. We are proud of our team and respect each one as an individual. Our goal is to maintain an open relationship with our Team Members. This openness is accomplished through regularly scheduled communication meetings, bulletins, individual counseling, and our open door and fair treatment practices.

We believe that the working conditions, wages, and benefits offered to our employees are competitive with those offered by other employers in this area and in this industry.  All employees have the opportunity to voice opinions, make suggestions, and contribute to the Company’s success without the need for outside interference with supervisory relationships.

Not engage in discriminatory employment practices

Discrimination refers to being biased in providing employment, promotion, remuneration and training opportunities due to factors other than those that are reasonable, such as one’s abilities, competence or performance. Factors that could be involved in discriminatory practices include rate ethnicity, nationality, origin, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, political affiliation, union membership, and marital status.

Provide employees with safe and healthy work environments

Actions required by this guideline include safety measures for machinery and equipment, the provision of a safe and healthy work environment, proper measures against occupational injuries and illness, an emergency plan, consideration for tasks involving physical loads, facilities’ safety and sanitation, and employee health management. Laws and regulations on health and safety should be observed to provide safe and healthy work environments.

Employees’ work hours, days off and leave should be managed properly in compliance within the laws and regulations.

Protect the environment

Protection of the effective use of resources, water and energy; reduction, reuse and recycling of waste; proper management of chemical substances; prevention of pollution caused by effluents, sludge or exhaust; and reduction of environmental impact.  Actions required by this guideline include building and operating an environmental management system and complying with the environmental laws.

Ensure the quality and safety of products and services

Actions required by this guideline include ensuring product safety and building and operating a quality management system

Actions required by this guideline include prohibition of corruption and bribery, prohibition of abuse of a dominant bargaining position, prohibition of offering or receiving any inappropriate advantage, prohibition of any practice that restricts competition, provision of accurate product and service information, respect for intellectual property, appropriate export control, proactive information disclosure, and development of systems for the prevention and early detection of misconduct.

Ensure appropriate information security

Actions required by this guideline include managing information assets that are properly categorized into different levels of confidentiality based on its importance, protecting against attacks from outside the Company, preventing leakage of personal information, preventing the leakage of information of customers or third parties, conducting ongoing training and drills for employees, and establishing and monitoring an incident response system at major subsidiaries.

Cooperate with members of local host communities and contribute to sustainable regional development

Activities that can contribute to global society and local society refer to activities that support communities using corporate management resources, and generally include the following initiatives:

  • Social contribution using the primary operations and skills of the company
  • Non-monetary social contribution using facilities and human resources
  • Social contribution with monetary donations

Specific examples include cooperation with local communities in the event of a disaster, employees’ volunteer activities and donation activities.