Business Continuity Planning (Disaster Risk Management System)

ORIX’s Disaster Risk Management Rules stipulate our basic stance in the case of unforeseen incidents, including natural disasters or accidents, along with specific responses and the framework for organizationally managing risk. Defining disasters largely as damage from natural phenomena such as earthquakes and typhoons, terrorism, accidents, fires, and infectious diseases, we have laid out our fundamental responses in a disaster response manual and a manual for countering new influenza strains or similar diseases.
We have established systems for confirming the safety and status of employees if our offices are closed due to an event such as a disaster or the spread of an infectious disease. We have also prepared for situations in which working from our offices is impossible or inadvisable by introducing systems that enable employees to work remotely so our business operations can continue as usual without any significant change.
As a rule, in Japan, we confirm the safety of employees in prefectures affected by an earthquake with a seismic intensity of 5 or higher, and conduct safety confirmation training several times annually. We have also set up a disaster response headquarters at the Osaka head office in case damage in greater Tokyo makes the Tokyo head office unable to function, and we are conducting relevant information gathering training as well. In addition, each location has enough stockpiled food and drinking water for three days per employee.

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