Panasonic Code of Conduct
The "Code of Conduct" embodies our Basic Business Philosophy in the form of clear, practical guidelines.
The Company's Code of Conduct was first established in 1992, and revised twice since then. On October 1, 2008, the revised Code was introduced as the "Panasonic Code of Conduct," in conjunction with the renaming of the Company and unification of its brands. The purpose of this latest revision is to globally share among all employees the "Panasonic brand image to pursue" and the Company's basic approach to responding to social demands regarding corporate social responsibilities (CSR).
Code of Conduct Table of Contents
> I-1. Research and Development
> I-2. Procurement
> I-3. Manufacturing
> I-4. Marketing & Sales
> I-5. Public Relations and Advertising
> II-1. Coexistence with the Global Environment
> II-2. Product Safety
> II-3. Compliance with Laws, Regulations and Business Ethics
> II-4. Use and Control of Information
> II-5. Information Disclosure
> II-6. Corporate Citizenship Activities
> III. Brand