ISO 26000
Comparison Table

ISO 26000, published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on November 1, 2010, is the world's first guidance standard on social responsibility. ISO 26000 outlines seven principles for fulfilling social responsibility: 1. accountability, 2. transparency, 3. ethical behavior, 4. respect for stakeholder interests, 5. respect for the rule of law, 6. respect for international norms of behavior, and 7. respect for human rights and defines the seven core subjects.

In order to maintain its responsibility to contribute to a sustainable society, SoftBank Corp. has defined ISO 26000 as one of its guidelines and is working on the core subjects.

6.2 Organizational governance

6.3 Human rights

Issues Items
  • Due diligence
  • Human rights risk situations
  • Avoidance of complicity
  • Resolving grievances
  • Discrimination and vulnerable groups
  • Civil and political rights
  • Economic, social and cultural rights
  • Fundamental principles and rights at work

6.4 Labor practices

Issues Items
  • Employment and employment relationships
  • Conditions of work and social protection
  • Social dialogue
  • Health and safety at work
  • Human development and training in the workplace

6.5 The environment

Issues Items
  • Prevention of pollution
  • Sustainable resource use
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of natural habitats

6.6 Fair operating practices

Issues Items
  • Anti-corruption
  • Responsible political involvement
  • Fair competition
  • Promoting social responsibility in the value chain
  • Respect for property rights

6.7 Consumer issues

Issues Items
  • Fair marketing, factual and unbiased information and fair contractual practices
  • Protecting consumers' health and safety
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Consumer service, support, and complaint and dispute resolution
  • Consumer data protection and privacy
  • Access to essential services
  • Education and awareness

6.8 Community involvement and development

Issues Items
  • Community involvement
  • Education and culture
  • Employment creation and skills development
  • Technology development and access
  • Wealth and income creation
  • Health
  • Social investment