Pan Pacific International Holdings Corporation

Pan Pacific International Holdings Corporation

Respect for human rights

The PPIH Group is working to respect the human rights of all stakeholders involved in the Group, based on the PPIH Group's collection of corporate philosophies, "The Source."
"The Source" states that the company will not discriminate against one's race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, age, place of birth, ideology, religion, educational background, physical characteristics, disability, LGBTQ+ (sexual orientation and gender identity), etc., and will recognize all forms of diversity. In addition to ensuring the awareness of this philosophy, all employees and executives working for the PPIH Group also conduct promoting the awareness and understanding towards diversity.
Furthermore, We also comply with relevant laws and regulations, and respect international codes of conduct such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Covenants on Human Rights, ILO Core Labor Standards, and Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. We will respect workers' rights, including freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, and will not engage in any human rights abuses, such as child labor, forced labor, harassment, discrimination or violence, and will strive to identify human rights risks related to our business and avoid them.

PPIH Group Human Rights Policy

  • The PPIH Group will strive to deepen the understanding of human rights among all employees and executives, and to realize a society in which human rights are respected in accordance with this policy.
    This policy applies to all employees and executives working for the PPIH Group. We also expect our partners who realize our common objectives to comply with this policy.
  • We will contribute to the promotion of diversity in society by responding to the needs of customers with diverse values.
  • We will always keep in mind the idea of "flipping the subject," putting ourselves in the other party's shoes, respecting the human rights of our employees and partners with whom we work, and creating a safe and comfortable work environment.
  • In order to realize a corporate culture based on meritocracy, we will respect the diversity of our employees and conduct sincere and fair evaluations without arbitrariness.
  • In accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the PPIH Group seeks to prevent and mitigate negative impacts on human rights. We will also establish internal and external consultation offices and practice human rights due diligence to ensure respect for the human rights of our employees, partners, and other relevant stakeholders.

Promote and disseminate respect for human rights

-Implementation of The Source Examinations

In order to deepen the understanding and penetration of The Source, which defines all of the codes of conduct, including human rights, for PPIH Group employees and executives, we conduct self-learning using e-learning and The Source general examinations once a year, and The Source transmission certification examinations twice a year, including training.
A master of The Source is an employee who understands and implements the teachings of The Source, and is responsible for spreading them to other employees, including mate employees*. Employees who pass the examinations are qualified as "Masters", and we strive to practice thorough "The Source Management" with the masters as the core.


Straps and badges worn by "Masters"(for president, branch president, general employee)

The Source Examinations 2020
No. of successful masters: 160
General Examination participation rate: 100%

-Efforts to raise awareness

In May 2022, we invited an external lecturer to conduct ESG training for PPIH Group executives, including responses to human rights. The training covered specific examples of human rights violations, examples of human rights audits at other companies, and laws and regulations in various countries.

Efforts to raise awareness
Efforts to raise awareness
Efforts to raise awareness

The establishment of a consultation service

In the unlikely event that a human rights issue arises in the workplace, we have established internal and external contact points for Group employees and their families and employees of our partners to consult and report such issues.

The establishment of a consultation service
The establishment of a consultation service
The establishment of a consultation service

Internal and external (third party law firms) hotlines for reporting are provided. Privacy of those who consult or report is strictly protected, and anonymous consultation and reporting are also possible. If necessary, we will seek to confirm the facts and resolve the issue with the consent of the individual consulting. It is also stipulated that there will be no disadvantage to the person who has consulted or reported the matter, or to those who have cooperated in confirming the facts.