Fujimi Corporation is a subsidiary of Fujimi Incorporated, located in Japan. Our companies have over 60 years of expertise in grinding, lapping, and polishing abrasives in a wide variety of applications, including semiconductor, LED, glass, plastics, and other metals.
Fujimi Corporation manufactures a variety of lapping and polishing products in our facilities located in Tualatin and Wilsonville, Oregon.
In addition to these manufactured products that we sell to customers worldwide, we import and export materials manufactured at Fujimi Incorporated facilities in Japan, and our sister organization, Fujimi Micro-Technology in Malaysia.
More recently, our parent company, Fujimi Incorporated, has developed a catalog of high-quality materials for use in thermal spray applications.
To ensure our success, Fujimi must conduct business with uncompromising integrity and professionalism by complying with all legal and regulatory expectations, and abiding to the policies and guidelines of Fujimi Corporation and the EICC Code of Conduct. Adherence to the code helps to ensure:
As a reminder, one of the tenants of Fujimi Corporations management philosophy is:
Also, our policy on Business Ethics in our The Employee Handbook states:
Fujimi Corporation employees will maintain the highest ethical standards in the conduct of Company affairs. The intent of this policy is that each employee will conduct the Company’s business with integrity and comply with all applicable laws in a manner that excludes considerations of personal advantage or gain. All Fujimi Corporation employees should avoid situations that might cause their interests to conflict with the Company’s or might compromise the Company’s integrity and reputation. A conflict, or the appearance of one, occurs when you or an immediate family member use your position at the Company for personal benefit through an investment, association, or business relationship that interferes with your ability to exercise independent judgment on behalf of the Company. An example would be having a financial interest in, or moonlighting with, any company that is a customer, supplier, or competitor of Fujimi Corporation.
Your continued attention to these policies and the expectation of continued compliance will help ensure our success for the future.
Fujimi Corporation's position on forced or compulsory labor is included in our Employee Handbook Introduction. Employment with Fujimi Corporation is at-will and the employee or employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time, for any reason.
We have reviewed our operations and performed audits on our supply chain and have found no instances of forced or compulsory labor.
At Fujimi we believe in our products, our services, and our people and our corporate philosophy emulates that belief.
FUJIMI MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY
FUJIMI CODE OF CONDUCT
Fujimi Corporation is committed to a strong safety program that protects its staff, its property and the public from accidents.
Employees at every level, including management, are responsible and accountable for the company's overall safety initiatives. Complete and active participation by everyone, every day, in every job is necessary for the safety among all workers on the job site.
Management supports participation in the program by all employees and provides proper equipment, training and procedures. Employees are responsible for following all procedures, working safely, and, wherever possible, improving safety measures.
An injury and accident-free workplace is our goal. Through continuous safety and loss control, we can accomplish this.
It is in the best interest of all parties to consider health and safety in every activity. Commitment to health and safety. These are conditions of employment at Fujimi Corporation.
Source SS-9.001 Revision 6