Social Responsibility: Our Company
Olympus is focused on improving people’s lives every day.
Striving to play an integral role in helping people around the world lead safer, healthier and more fulfilling lives is the underpinning of everything we do. In addition to offering knowledge, expertise and world-renowned products, Olympus and its employees are committed to the betterment of society and fostering a sustainable planet.
Globally, Olympus strives to play an integral role in helping people around the world to lead safer, healthier and more fulfilling lives.
Connection with society
Olympus’ Social IN management philosophy is based on the three “Ins” of INtegrity, INnovation and INvolvement, defining the relationship between the company and society.
Culture and Values
In every aspect of our work, from product development to relationships with customers, partners, suppliers and employees, to our social responsibility efforts, we stress our connection with society.
Olympus Corporation’s basic operating premise has always been that a win-win relationship with the various stakeholders involved – including customers, employees, shareholders, vendors, and local communities as well as the global environment – will allow us to achieve sustainable growth and create new value through our business.
Ethics and Corporate Compliance
A copy of Olympus’ Code of Ethics and related compliance documents can be obtained here. Olympus is committed to complying with the laws and regulations that govern our interactions with Health Care Professionals. This demonstrates our commitment to integrity in our operations and builds trust with patients, Health Care Professionals, institutions and governments. The Olympus Health Care Compliance Code of Conduct (“Compliance Code”) is driven by Olympus’ Code of Ethics which sets forth our adherence to the highest standards of business integrity.
Olympus is focused on improving people’s lives every day. Since 1919, Olympus has developed innovative technology solutions that contribute positively to society.
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