- Safety, Health, and Disaster Prevention Management System
- FY 2016 Safety, Health, and Disaster Prevention Management Guidelines, Targets, and Results
- Business Continuity Management
Safety, Health, and Disaster Prevention Management System
At the Toyo Tires Group, the “Safety & Emergency Management Subcommittee” and “Environment & Health Subcommittee” of the “Safety & Environment Committee” discuss and formulate a mid-term plan and annual guidelines for safety, health and disaster prevention; define priority measures based on those; and communicate those throughout the company via the working group for each business segment. With members of the labor union also taking part in the committee, subcommittees, and working groups, management and labor work together to promote activities.
The subcommittee meets every two months, at which time it conducts various activities, including checking the implementation status of the guidelines at each working group and business site, following up on accident recurrence prevention activities, and checking improvement activities. Top management and senior officers of the labor union visit all business sites each year to inspect the implementation status of the guidelines and measures first-hand.
Inspection by top management and senior labor union officials
Safety, health, and disaster prevention management system
- * In 2017, Disaster Prevention Health & Safety Subcommittee was replaced by Safety & Emergency Management Subcommittee. And Environmental Subcommittee was replaced by Environment & Health Subcommittee, too.
FY 2016 Safety, Health, and Disaster Prevention Management Guidelines, Targets, and Results
|Overall||Create a culture, mechanisms, and systems to achieve zero accidents||-||-|
|Safety Management||Strengthen the management system based on the safety management system and expand independent preventive activities.||Reduce the frequency of accidents by half compared to FY 2015. (0.86 or less)||Overall frequency, 1.43
Major accidents*, 0
Accidents resulting in lost work time, 8
Accidents that do not result in lost work time, 12
Minor accidents, 19
|Health Management||Reduce the number of employees who are absent because of sickness||Reduce the sickness absenteeism rate to 0.5% or less.
Support activities to improve the environment and organization to maintain mental and physical health
|Sickness absenteeism rate: 0.68%|
|Disaster Prevention Management||Strive to strengthen disaster prevention and improve preparations for and training to respond to disasters.||Improved evacuation areas to be used in the event of a disaster and conducted nighttime evaluation drills.|
- * Major accident: Accident resulting in death or disability (disability grade 7 or above)