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Corporate Ethics

EBARA's entire business framework is based on a corporate culture filled with passion, dedication, and a commitment to bettering society through our core competencies.

Over the 100 years of EBARA’s existence, we have strived to maintain the values established by our founding spirit that emphasizes conducting business in a fashion that fosters trust with all stakeholders.

We espouse a responsible approach to corporate citizenship that is in line with EBARA’s values and focuses on the positive impact of our global enterprise on the world. Our approach is structured in the following way, placing emphasis on each tier in a way that leverages the core competencies of our employees and company.


We call the top three elements the Ebara Way. The EBARA Way is the unchanging ideals that set EBARA employees apart. Regardless of which business segment or where in the world you are doing business, EBARA is committed to acting with passion and dedication in accordance with the Founding Spirit to fulfill our Corporate Philosophy while acting in line with our CSR policy.

Founding Spirit: Passion and Dedication

Passion and Dedication:“Both the employees and company shall strive for growth with passion and dedication to bring forth originality and ingenuity, rather than simply fulfilling the task at hand. When working with passion and dedication there is nothing that cannot be communicated to others” – Issey Hatakeyama, Founder of EBARA CORPORATION”

"Netsu to Makoto" (Passion and Dedication) attributes accountability to all employees in fulfilling their tasks, and calls on EBARA people to approach their job with a passion and dedication that brings forth ingenuity and originality. The spirit is part of our DNA and asserts that genuine passion and dedication in any dealings with others will always be recognized and valued.

Day of Reconfirming Basic Principles for Action

We make March 23 every year the "Day of Reconfirming Basic Principles for Action".
On March 23, 2000, it was found that wastewater containing dioxin had been discharged for many years due to misconnection of the drainpipe attached to the in-house waste disposal incinerator installed in the Fujisawa Plant, Ebara Corporation.
We sincerely apologize for the fact that, as a company with a corporate philosophy of contributing to environmental preservation, we have caused such an accident, and brought terrible uneasiness to local residents, and inconvenience to a large number of stakeholders around us.
The waste disposal incinerator was dismantled and removed in August 2008. But at our company, this "Day of Reconfirming Basic Principles for Action" is made a day for all the officers and employees to keep in mind the seriousness of the accident, and check the work thoroughly in case this accident is forgotten for good.

Corporate Philosophy

We contribute to society through high quality technologies and services relating to water, air and the environment.

It is the mission of the EBARA Group to develop our core competencies, products and services to create solutions for the issues facing the world today.

By supporting the global community through our core competencies and business dealings and focusing on the environment and sustainability we hope to make the world greener and healthier for future generations.

CSR Policy: Ethics and Trust

EBARA is committed to conducting business in line with our CSR Policy. The EBARA Group’s CSR Policy consists of two parts: Ethics and Trust, each built on several underlying elements.

  1. 1. Ethics; We conduct our business with a strong sense of ethics.
    1. 1 Pride; we take pride in our role supporting society, industry and life.
    2. 2 Products and Services; we satisfy customers with inventive products and services.
    3. 3 Competition; we practice our business based on free and fair competition.
    4. 4 Environment; we play our part in improving the global environment.

    These four elements indicate our responsibilities as a business. In short, we take pride in our role supporting society, industry, and life by supplying innovative products and services under free and fair competition. Through these activities, we play our part in improving the global environment.

  2. 2. Trust; We foster trust with our valued stakeholders.
    1. 5 Passion and Dedication; we pursue all activities with passion and dedication.
    2. 6 Human rights and Diversity; we respect human rights and diversity above all else.
    3. 7 Disclosure; we develop mutual understanding with stakeholders through transparent and fair disclosure.
    4. 8 Work Environment; we sustain a safe workplace and strive for a stimulating work environment.
    5. 9 Communication; we utilize high-quality communication to be an industrial firm all stakeholders take pride in.

    These five elements are our responsibilities to our stakeholders. EBARA defines stakeholders as customers, suppliers, shareholders and investors, local communities and employees. In order to foster trust with our valued stakeholders, we pursue all activities with passion and dedication, respect human rights and diversity and develop mutual understanding through transparent and fair disclosure. We also strive for a stimulating work environment and a safe workplace and utilize high-quality communication to be a firm all stakeholders take pride in.

Management Policy

The Medium-Term Management Plan is a concrete plan of business activities to be undertaken so that the EBARA Group can embody the EBARA Way in society. All of the policies and fundamental concepts of the Medium-Term Management Plan are linked to the EBARA Way. Through its business activities, the EBARA Group seeks to fulfill its social responsibilities.

THE E-Plan is the core of the Management Policy and is created every 3 years.

Corporate Philosophy and Management Policy (PDF : 43 KB)

Partnership Building Declaration

We hereby declare that Ebara Fan & Blower Co., Ltd. will be focusing efforts on the following initiatives in order to go about building new partnerships by promoting cooperation and mutually beneficial arrangements with suppliers in our supply chain and with business operators that are striving to create value.

  1. 1.Mutually Beneficial Arrangements Throughout the Entire Supply Chain and New Cooperative Efforts Which Transcend Elements Such as Scales and Enterprise Groupings

    We will be reaching out to the suppliers who supply our direct suppliers through our direct suppliers (from Tier N to Tier N+1) to increase the levels of added value provided throughout our supply chain and also aim to build mutually-beneficial arrangements with our suppliers through cooperative efforts which transcend existing transactional relationships, corporate scales, and other such elements. When going about doing that, we will also be promoting support such as the introduction of telecommuting arrangements for our suppliers and the providing of advice concerning the formulation of BCPs (Business Continuity Plans) based on the perspectives of ensuring business continuity in the event of a disaster and work style reform.

    - We will cooperate with our suppliers in response to requests they have provided in relation to support for the decarbonization of production processes, green procurement and other areas.
    - Our company is certified as a White 500 company. Given that certification as such is something that the Ebara Group is working on, we will be seeking new forms of cooperation by undertaking efforts such as the providing of expertise on health and productivity management and by jointly implementing measures aimed at the promotion of good health.

  2. 2.Compliance with the “Promotion Standards”

    We will adhere to standards concerning desirable transaction practices undertaken between parent enterprises and subcontractors (the “Promotion Standards” based on the Act on the Promotion of Subcontracting Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) and actively work to make corrections to transaction practices and business practices which hinder the establishment of partnerships with suppliers.

    1. (1) Pricing method

      We will not make unreasonable requests for cost reduction. When determining the transaction prices, we will hold consultations with subcontractors at least once a year and will make decisions on the matter after having undertaken sufficient consultation. This is something we will do so as to make it possible to improve the subcontractors’ working conditions including appropriate margins for subcontractors. When doing that, decisions will be made after having taken appropriate action as set forth in the Guidelines Concerning Price Negotiation for the Appropriate Shifting of Labor Costs. Moreover, if any increases in terms of raw material costs or energy costs occur, our aim will be to ensure that an appropriate shifting of the cost increases take place in the full amount. When entering contracts, including determining the transaction prices, the terms and conditions of the contract will be clearly stated and delivered to the parties concerned in writing.

    2. (2) Shouldering of Costs for the Management of Molds, etc.

      Based on the documents titled “Basic Concept and Basic Principles of Transactions Involving Molds” and the “Memorandum on the Handling of Molds” which are contained within the “Report of the Council for the Promotion of Appropriate Transactions Involving Molds,” we will promote the disposal of unnecessary molds and will not request that subcontractors store molds without compensation.

    3. (3) Terms of Payment for Bank Drafts, etc.

      We will provide payment for subcontracting fees in cash to the extent possible. When making payments using bank drafts, subcontractors will not be required to shoulder the cost of discount charges, etc., and the term of payment in such cases will be kept within 60 days.

    4. (4) Intellectual Property and Expertise

      We will conduct transactions based on the “Basic Mindset” and “Contract Templates” set forth in the “Guidelines on Intellectual Property Transactions” and will not require the conclusion of unilateral non-disclosure agreements, nor will we require that any actions be undertaken such as the disclosure of expertise or the transfer of intellectual property rights without compensation in a manner involving the utilization of our position within a given transaction.

    5. (5) Shifting of Burdens in Association With Work Style Reform, etc.

      In order to ensure that our suppliers can address the matter of work style reform, we will not place orders with short delivery deadlines or issue sudden specification changes to subcontractors without ensuring the appropriate shouldering of costs arising in relation thereto. In the events such as disasters, we will not impose any unilateral burdens on subcontractors in transactions. We will also take into consideration, to the extent possible, the continuation of business relationships when operations are resumed.

  3. 3.Others

    At Ebara Fan & Blower, we are building partnerships with suppliers based on the procurement policies being worked on within the EBARA Group.
    By conducting transactions in accordance with our CSR Procurement Guidelines, we are aiming to create arrangements with our suppliers that are mutually beneficial.

For details on our Procurement Policy and CSR Procurement Guidelines, please refer to the EBARA website (TOP > Sustainability > Society > Supply Chain Management).

April 1, 2024

 Ebara Fan & Blower Co., Ltd.   Atsushi Miyasaki, President & Representative Director 

Company Regulations

Our Company Regulations are clear guidelines that define how we function. These include the determinations of various responsibilities and authorities of each department and person in charge, as well as clear and concise rules.

EBARA Group Code of Conduct

The EBARA Group Code of Conduct sets the standard for directors and employees of the EBARA Group to exercise sound judgement, carry out their work, and take responsibility for their actions in compliance with laws and internal regulations, always maintaining a high standard of ethics and pride.


  1. Chapter 1: Our Mission and Pride
    1. 1 Customer Orientation
    2. 2 Business Operations
    3. 3 Technology and Production
    4. 4 Procurement
  2. Chapter 2: Our Commitment
    1. 1 Respect for Fundamental Human Rights
    2. 2 Corruption Prevention
    3. 3 Information Management and Disclosure
    4. 4 Management and Maintenance of Corporate Assets
    5. 5 Good Working Environments
    6. 6 Global Environment
    7. 7 Harmony with Local Communities and Society

Appendix: Five Basic Principles for Action

Whenever we act, we check our conduct against the following five principles:

    1. 1 Realize that any action, no matter how trivial, can lead to serious consequences.
    2. 2 Confirm the objective and meaning of actions before carrying them out.
    3. 3 Follow fixed procedures and rules when carrying out actions.
    4. 4 Review actions, confirm them, and take responsibility for their results.
    5. 5 Adopt a wide perspective and consider areas outside one’s own responsibility when carrying out actions.

【For details of CSR activities, please visit the web site of Ebara Corporation. 】

Integrated quality and environmental policy

As a member of the EBARA Group, we seek to achieve sustainable society through fans and blowers manufactured for a broad range of industrial sectors and applications. Our operating principle is to contribute to society through superior technologies and high quality services for applications involving water, air, and the environment.
In light of their importance to conserving the ecosystems that underlie all economic activity, we pursue quality control and environmental management activities as outlined below.

(1) We seek to clearly identify the organizations and functions involved in quality control and environmental management across all processes, ranging from order receipt through product design, manufacture, shipping, incidental services, and disposal. We conduct each related operation both rationally and economically.

(2) We seek to develop products and services that contribute to sustainable resource use and ideas that help solve society’s challenges, keeping in mind at all times the goals of high efficiency and reuse.

(3) We strive to reduce our environmental impact, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and fight climate change through energy conservation, resource conservation, waste reductions, reduction of non-compliant products, pollution prevention, and recycling. To advance these policies, we have established and maintain an ISO 9001 quality management system and an ISO 14001 environmental management system to further the following efforts.

(4) We strive to improve performance, in addition to continual improvements in management systems, by setting and reviewing quality targets and environmental targets.

(5) We ensure full compliance with legal requirements and the terms of other obligations and covenants.

(6) We disclose information on this Policy to all stakeholders and take a proactive approach to communication to ensure the Policy is fully understood and implemented as we strive to strengthen society’s trust.

January 5, 2024
Atsushi Miyasaki
Representative Director, Ebara Fan & Blower Co., Ltd.
Director, Suzuka District, Ebara Corporation