We implement a labor health and safety management system, in addition to risk assessment, as we strive for safe and comfortable workplaces with "zero disasters" and "zero risks."
Through health exams and communication, we actively promote health management and mental health measures to maintain and increase our employees' physical and psychological well being.
We strive to act quickly to prevent risks that lead to fires and do our utmost for fire prevention by holding regular training drills.
We strictly adhere to traffic rules and strive for relaxed, considerate driving habits that are friendly toward local communities.
Key measures for health and safety
Ⅰ. Implementing a labor health and safety management system
- Ensure adoption of the management system through internal audits.
- Promote identification of risk sources, and work to mitigate those risks, through risk assessments.
Ⅱ. Health & safety management (enhance and improve health maintenance)
- Utilize information from health exams (health guidance; health counseling)
- Maintain the workplace environment and build workplaces conducive to encouraging employees to ask for assistance (especially for those working long hours and those with mental health questions)
Ⅲ. Fire prevention management
- Identify latent risks through fire prevention audits and regular patrols; prevent fires through early and prompt responses.
Ⅳ. Traffic safety
- Implement regular guidance to ensure safe driving habits and proper etiquette.
Chief activities of the Safety Committee
- Implementing safety patrols; identifying and improving issues
- Implementing safety education
Chief activities of the Health & Safety Committee
- Implementing health and safety patrols; identifying and improving issues
- Implementing health exams
Chief activities of the Fire Prevention Committee
- Implementing fire prevention patrols
- Implementing evacuation and fire fighting drills
Chief activities of the Transportation Committee
- Implementing seminars taught by the police department
- Carrying out vehicle inspections and seat belt checks
- Educating safe driving supervisors
Overtime reduction initiatives
- Monthly overtime reports
- Monitoring overtime through the General Affairs Department; offering guidance
- Prohibiting (in principle) late evening overtime work
- Encouraging early morning work hours
- Inspections from industrial physicians for workers with lengthy overtime hours
- Inspections from clinical psychology counselors