Group Policy on Health and Safety ManagementSustainability

Basic policy

Regarding corporate behaviors relating to safety and health, we will achieve the followings by instilling a safety culture in each workplace and fostering human assets: (1) Safety first principle, for manufacturing and engineering practices as top priority to safety

  • (1) Safety first principle, for manufacturing and engineering practices as top priority to safety
  • (2) Creating a comfortable workplace by proactively working on physical and mental health management


Safety Targets:

Deaths, serious injuries, or lost-worktime accidents 0
Accident frequency rate 0.5 or less

Health Targets:

Work-related illnesses 0
Non work-related injuries and illnesses Days off work frequency rate of 0.38% or less
(Of which, mental health disorders are 0.11% or less)

High-priority issues

(1) Safety
  1. 1) The 2S3TEI system of discipline and good habits Implement the 2S3TEI system with thorough discipline to form good habits.
  2. 2) Passing on safety principles*
    Actively communicate and build a good relationship that leads to understanding on both sides, the communicator and the one
    * being communicated to, thereby achieving a safe working environment.
  3. 3) Pointing and calling
    Pointing and calling out whether things are OK when performing a task is a way to reduce errors.
(2) Health
  1. 1) Promote health management
    Think about health from a management perspective and understand health issues, strategically putting health management into practice.
  2. 2) Promote mental health care
    Create a good place to work by promoting these 4 types of care: 1. Self-care, 2. Line-care, 3. Care from occupational health staff, and 4. Care from resources outside of the workplace.
  3. 3) Promote a good work-life balance and measures against overwork
    Achieve a good work-life balance by implementing a system and measures for optimizing work hours, reducing mental and physical fatigue.

Ryoichi Oka
President & CEO, Representative Director