Employee health and safety forms the foundation for our corporate activities. As a part of the manufacturing industry, we
realize that the physical and mental health of all of our employees is a key factor in continuing operations with safety at
the forefront. Under this recognition, we will strive to create and maintain workplaces where employees can work with
peace of mind, and will continuously work to create environments in which accidents do not happen.
Occupational Health and Safety Policy and System
Occupational Health and Safety Policy
Recognizing that, based on principles of respect for people,
the securing of safety takes priority over all other activities
and that health forms the foundation for corporate activity, the
TOKYO KEIKI Group engages in business in accordance with
the following provisions.
- We will eliminate risk factors related to occupational health and safety in
the workplace, strive to create comfortable workplaces, and promote
the maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health.
- We will build a health and safety management system that includes
occupational health and safety policies, and will maintain its appropriateness,
validity, and effectiveness by making continuous improvements.
- We will make occupational health and safety policies and other
necessary matters known to all persons who work at the Company,
and will work to enhance awareness of health and safety.
- We will comply with laws and regulations related to occupational
health and safety management systems, with agreements concluded
by the Company, and with matters set forth in internal rules.
Systems for occupational health and safety
Our health and safety system is composed of a district
organization that consists of employees working at our sites
and a company-wide organization that coordinates the district
organizations. (See the health and safety organization chart.)
Our Company-wide Health and Safety Conference is
convened in accordance with our Company-wide Health and
Safety Conference Regulations. Its members are the manager
of the Human Resources & General Affairs Dept. and its
General Affairs Section manager, the managers of the Nasu,
Yaita, Sano, Hanno, and Tanuma plants, and a matching
number of labor union members (usually the Central Executive
Committee). As a rule, the Conference convenes once a year
to consider the revision and abolition of regulations concerning
health and safety, and to discuss the content of regulations.
The Company-wide Health and Safety Secretariat Liaison
Conference is convened every month before the Health and
Safety Committee meeting in each district. The districts’
Committee secretariats gather to discuss and exchange
information on agendas for respective Health and Safety
Committee meetings, matters that should be shared across
organizations, company-wide initiatives, and more. Labor
unions do not participate.
Health and safety organization chart
Work-rlated accidents in FY 2021
Initiative to prevent recurrence of industrial accidents
Looking at work-related accidents in FY 2021, industrial
accidents increased by 2 incidents from the previous fiscal
year to 9 incidents, commuting-related accidents decreased
by 2 incidents to 9, and traffic accidents increased by 9
incidents to 18 incidents. We will continue striving to ensure
safety to prevent further work-related accidents.
When an industrial accident occurs, members of the district
Health and Safety Committee conduct an on-site inspection in
the presence of the victim and determine measures to prevent
recurrence. The content of these measures is recorded in
a work-related accident incident report and submitted to
the Company-wide Health and Safety Secretariat Liaison
Conference. The measures are also horizontally deployed to
the district Health and Safety Committees.
In recent years, such accidents have tended to be less the
result of negligence due to familiarity by experienced workers
and more caused by inexperienced workers. Accordingly, we
are striving to prevent industrial accidents before they occur
by reinforcing instruction provided by experienced workers
during the period when inexperienced workers are acquiring
the basics of safe operation.
Thinking about health
As stated in our Occupational Health and Safety Policy,
we recognize that the physical and mental health of our
employees forms the foundation of our corporate activities.
One example initiative is our provision of training for selfcare
and for workplace-based care through occupational
health nurses and Human Resources and General Affairs
Department staff in charge of health care. We also conduct
stress checks for employees and provide feedback on the
results. In fiscal 2021, we conducted stress checks for 1,909
persons, with a response rate of 93.3% (1,782 persons