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NIDEK Corporate Conduct Charter

NIDEK continues its “Eye & Health Care” business globally in order to be a company with raison d'être all times. We observe the sentences and spirit of all laws and regulations in Japan and abroad, act with a strong sense of ethics and fairness and contribute to developing a sustainable society.

1 Respect for human rights

We respect human rights of all the people. We do not give discriminatory treatment, undermine human dignity, or allow child labor and forced labor.

2 Promote the transparent corporate activities

We communicate with various stakeholders, disclose corporate information appropriately and promote the high corporate activity of transparency level.

3 Security of safe and quality products and service

We seek to create new values for healthy and comfortable life of people, provide safe and high quality products and services and try to obtain satisfaction and reliance from our customers.

4 Proactive environmental responsibility

We recognize the importance of global and regional environment preservation and continue to improve activities to contribute to formation of a recycling society.

5 Harmony with society

We strive to promote social responsibility program actively as good corporate citizens and be harmonized with the local community. In addition, we respect international cultures and customs and hopefully contribute to development of the region.

6 Create a sound and comfortable workplace environment

We secure the safety and health of our employees in their workplace and establish an ideal working environment in order to bring about economic, mental and temporal comfort and affluence to our employees.

The top management of NIDEK recognizes the realization of the spirit of our Corporate Charter is their responsibility. Management will show a good example and raise awareness of the Charter to our employees. If incidents contrary to the principles of this charter occur, top management themselves must show the posture of solving problems, investigate the cause and strive to prevent recurrence.

April 1, 2007