Hitachi Energy – Advancing a sustainable energy future for all
Our Commitment to People
We strive for zero harm and top quartile health absence rates
As critical infrastructure providers, we are proud of the job our diverse team of people do every day. Health is our top priority and needs to be lived everywhere, well beyond the walls of our offices and factories. We nurture a resilient, inclusive and safe work environment to protect our people, preserve business continuity and prepare for the new norm.
As an organization, we have established a very strong focus on safety and have helped our employees stay healthy. Our targets for 2030 include zero harm, through rigorous risk assessments and training, and top-quartile health absence rate - so that our people can feel safe and perform at their best.
We strive for a life-long learning culture
An important part of our learning framework is on-demand learning, which we offer through Power your Learning, Collaborative Learning and Power+ for early talents for example. Equally important are culture-building and mindset-shifting activities such as Learning Agility, Interrupting Unconscious Bias, Health Resilience and Power Your Leadership.
Increase female diversity from 19% to 25% by 2025
We have set clear targets for the recruitment and development of women in leadership roles, aiming to increase our female diversity from 19% to 25% by 2025.
Our commitment to Human Rights
Sustainability 2030 is our strategic plan for sustainability. Based around four pillars: Planet, People, Peace and Partnerships, our strategy draws from the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), where each pillar has corresponding targets that drive our business to contribute to social, environmental and economic value.
We believe that to advance a sustainable energy future, we must put people at the heart of what we do. Hitachi Energy is committed to our responsibility to respect human rights along our value chain and this is reflected in our codes of conduct and policies.