Policies and Regulations

Policy on Building Partnerships with Suppliers

The OLC Group Code of Compliance states that we engage in fair and transparent transactions and we employ a fair process of supplier selection that gives due consideration to quality, price, technology, delivery lead times and management policy. Once suppliers have been selected, every effort is made to promote fair and proper dealings and to build effective, healthy partnerships by giving our suppliers access to the internal whistleblower system. 
In April 2010, with reference to international standards, we established the “OLC Group Vendors Code of Conduct” in order to ensure compliance with laws and regulations and to fulfill our CSR procurement and social responsibility in a wide range of issues including product safety, worker safety, respect for human rights and environmental conservation through our dealings with partner suppliers.
 

Management Structures

Voluntary Investigation List (Self-check Sheet)

Moreover, in October 2014 we introduced a “Voluntary Investigation List” – a self-check sheet that enables our suppliers to verify their own compliance with the OLC Group Vendors Code of Conduct – and are working to make improvements based on the results, cooperating with suppliers as necessary.
Departments across the Group that are in charge of transactions require as a condition for approving certain transactions that suppliers prove their compliance with the Code of Conduct by acquiring the Voluntary Investigation List.
To assist suppliers in completing their Voluntary Investigation List, we ask them to read through the Vendors Code of Conduct Guide, which aims to help suppliers and their subcontractors understand the purpose behind each requirement set forth in the Code of Conduct and the concrete measures that should be taken to fulfill the requirements.
Furthermore, to keep monitoring suppliers’ compliance with the Code of Conduct, we require suppliers to complete the Voluntary Investigation List every two years even when transactions are ongoing.
The OLC Group will continue to adhere to the highest ethical standards in compliance with the law, social norms and behavior set forth in the “OLC Group Vendors Code of Conduct” and will continue to promote CSR procurement, while collaborating with our suppliers based on the Voluntary Investigation List to fulfill our social responsibility throughout the entire supply chain.

Supply-Chain Management for Disney-Brand Products

Tokyo Disney Resort's

The factories commissioned to manufacture products sold at the Theme Parks and Disney-brand products are required to comply with Disney’s International Labor Standards program (ILS program).

For Disney’s supply-chain management, please refer to the Responsible Supply Chain.  

For highlights of Disney’s CSR report, please refer to the Disney Corporate Social Responsibility Update 2018