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Quality and Product Safety

Anritsu’s quality policy and related conduct policy are shared by Group companies in Japan. Under the Company philosophy of “Contribute to the development of a safe, secure, and prosperous global society by offering 'Original & High Level' products and services with 'Sincerity, Harmony, and Enthusiasm,” we constantly improve the quality of our products and services to meet customer needs and social demands.

Quality Policy (Anritsu Group in Japan)

Supply satisfactory products to customers and society with sincerity, harmony, and enthusiasm.

Conduct Policy (Anritsu Group in Japan)

  • Work with sincerity and seriousness not to make nonconforming products.
  • Handle after-processes considering customers and harmony with others.
  • Propose improvement with enthusiasm.


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Structure (Anritsu Group in Japan)

For the sake of maintaining, improving, and ensuring product quality and effectively operating its quality management system, the Domestic Anritsu Group maintains committees headed by the quality management executive officer, who serves as the chief quality officer at the Anritsu Corporation.

The committees include the Quality Management System Committee, which consists of the presidents of the Domestic Anritsu Group, and the Internal Quality Audit Committee. The Quality Management System Subcommittee, consisting of the quality managers of the Domestic Anritsu Group, reviews the Group’s quality policies and improvement initiatives to reinforce quality management across the Group in Japan. The Product Liability (PL) Committee, set up to supervise product safety, is chaired by the quality management executive officer and consists of representatives from various sections, including public relations, legal affairs, internal control, procurement, and servicing along with the quality managers of the Domestic Anritsu Group. The PL Committee draws up operational strategies for potential product accidents, designs preventive measures, and reviews the effectiveness of those measures.

The quality management executive officer annually reports on quality circumstances at the Management Strategy Conference.

Structure (Anritsu Group in Japan)

ISO9001 Acquisition Situation

Since 1993, Anritsu has been ISO 9001 certified, the international standard for quality management systems. We consistently manage quality Group-wide for all processes, from product design, development, and production to servicing, repair, and maintenance.

All Group companies currently engaged in the development or manufacture of products are certified under ISO 9001. The certification rate for the Anritsu Group’s quality management system is 100%, while the rate based on the size of our labor force is approximately 74%.