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Social Responsibility (S)

The GLP Group will conduct business management by placing emphasis on ensuring the comfort and health of its employees and customers as well as local communities.
In accordance with the above policy, GLP J-REIT actively engages in CSR activities in full coordination with the GLP Group. It also contributes to the BCP of tenant companies by ensuring the safety of tenants, facility users and local communities as well as that of the stored cargo and employees of tenant companies.
Furthermore, it conducts a customer satisfaction survey of tenant companies each year to provide buildings and services that offer comfort to tenants and facility users and makes improvements to its buildings and services on a continuous basis based on the feedback obtained from the survey. It also gives consideration to the surrounding environment such as by planting trees, as well as carrying out volunteering activities and hosting events in an effort to contribute to building a safe and comfortable community.
We also carry out various initiatives each year to offer job satisfaction to employees as well, such as conducting an employee satisfaction survey of the employees of GLP Japan Advisors.

GLP Group's CSR activities

The GLP Group is actively engaged in CSR activities by offering support in discovering and nurturing children's possibilities and talents.

Activities in Japan

Sports events

Work experience opportunities

Delivering picture books to
children in developing countries

Picking up trash at the coast

Activities abroad

Founded GLP Hope School and provided educational opportunities to
around 10,000 students

Contribution to local communities

The GLP Group has entered into agreements with many local governments to use its modern logistics facilities as a reconstruction support base or evacuation point at times of a natural disaster or emergency, building on its highly-rated business continuity measures such as seismic isolation structures, backup power supply, and groundwater supply equipment.

Cooperation agreement on disaster
management with local governments

GLP Yokohama
(Capacity: 922 people)

The GLP Group has entered into agreements with local authorities for use of GLP J-REIT facilities as temporary reconstruction support centers and shelters in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency.
GLP J-REIT multi-tenant properties are available for use as emergency shelters for local residents upon request from the local authority or residents of the afflicted area. Part of the premises can be used as a disaster management base (a temporary reconstruction support center and shelters for the local municipality in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency).
The list of GLP J-REIT facilities available for use as shelters and disaster management bases is as follows:

Property name Location
GLP Tokyo 2-1-2, Tokai, Ota, Tokyo
GLP SugitoⅡ 398-2, Fukawa, Sugito-machi, Kita-Katsushika, Saitama
GLP MisatoⅡ 3-2-1, Lala-city, Shinmisato, Misato, Saitama
GLP Amagasaki 231-2, Nishimukojima-cho, Amagasaki, Hyogo
GLP UrayasuⅢ 15-27 Chidori, Urayasu, Chiba
GLP Komaki 1-31 Shinkoki, Komaki, Aichi
GLP TokyoⅡ 3-4-11 Shinsuna, Koto, Tokyo
GLP Narashino 2-6-6 Shibazono, Narashino, Chiba
GLP AtsugiⅡ(※) 4022-2 Sakura-dai, Nakatsuaza, Aikawa, Aiko, Kanagawa
GLP SojaⅠ 4-10 Nagara, Soja, Okayama
GLP SojaⅡ 4-1 Nagara, Soja, Okayama
GLP Osaka 2-4-43 Nanko Minami, Suminoe, Osaka, Osaka
GLP Yokohama(※) 2-2-26, Namamugi,Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama,Kanagawa-2-26
GLP Kawajima(※) 3001, Mishima, Kamiigusa, Kawajima-cho, Hiki,Saitama
(※) Facilities for which the GLP Group has concluded agreements with local authorities for their use as temporary reconstruction support centers and shelters in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency

The GLP Group plants trees and installs photocatalytic pavements to contribute to building a safe and comfortable community by giving consideration to coexistence with local communities.

Planting trees

Photocatalytic pavement

Initiatives to ensure the safety of and improve the comfort of facility users

Initiatives to ensure safety and protect against disasters

The GLP Group makes efforts to provide buildings and services that gives consideration to the safety of tenant companies and facility users.
It also contributes to companies' BCPs by ensuring the safety of the stored cargo and the employees of tenant firms.

Seismic isolation structure

24-hour security

Distributing and stockpiling of
disaster-relief supplies

Disaster drills

Disaster-prevention cabinets in
elevators

AEDs

Providing comfort to facility users

The GLP Group aims to provide buildings and services that offer comfort to tenant companies and facility users. It conducts a customer satisfaction survey of tenant companies each year to improve its buildings and services on a continuous basis based on the feedback obtained from the survey.

Cafeteria

Universal design toilets

Nursery

Shower room

Commuter bus

Kiosk

The introduction of a shared consignee system has helped to reduce congestion by making berth reservations and to clarify waiting times, thus improving the overall efficiency of consignee operations.

Shared Consignee Room

Truck ledger

Initiatives for employees

Since investment corporations cannot employ employees pursuant to provisions of the Investment Trust Act, our assets are managed by the executives and staff of our asset management company, GLP Japan Advisors. GLP Japan Advisors carries out various initiatives for employees under the policy that human resources are important management resources for sophisticated investment management.

Introduction to examples for our initiatives

Establishing better working environments

Conducting employee satisfaction surveys

Pursuing comfort and health of employees

Mental health training, full medical checkups, various leaves (e.g. childcare leave, maternity leave)

Creating a fair workplace that offers job satisfaction

Introducing a 360-degree assessment system

Improving sophistication of human resources

Training program assistance

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