Seven & i Holdings cooperates in local crime prevention initiatives in line with the operational characteristics of each Group company so that its facilities can provide customers and locals with safety and security.
7-Eleven stores take advantage of the fact that they stay open 24 hours a day every day of the year to conduct Safety Station activities (SS activities). These involve looking out for the safety and security of the community through such activities as providing a place for women and children to seek assistance, protecting seniors, preventing robberies, shoplifting, and designated fraud, responding to accidents and disasters, and helping in the case of a sudden illness. 7-Eleven stores work to promote a healthier environment for young people by not selling alcohol and tobacco products to minors (those under the age of 20 years), for example, and Seven-Eleven Japan also provides information to raise awareness of compliance and crime prevention at franchised stores through “SS Activity Notices” issued monthly.
Activities are publicized using posters
Preventing the sale of alcohol and tobacco
to those younger than 20 years old
An SS Activity Notice