OKI has set up a “Safety and Health Committee” in each district. Comprised of representatives from the management and the labor union, the committee establishes and enhances systems for occupational health and safety in accordance with the working conditions in the district, formulates plans to prevent industrial accidents, patrols workplaces, offers educational programs on occupational health and safety. In order to raise awareness of safety and health across the company, representatives of local Safety and Health Committees meet at the “Central Safety and Health Committee,” and share the results of their activities and efforts.
OKI's incidence rate of occupational accidents(*1) in 2018 was 0.24
Number of casualties due to industrial accidents, per million man-hours worked.
The OKI Group has promoted a campaign to facilitate voluntary health management of employees with support from management, labor union and corporate health insurance society. The Group gives useful advice through the intranet, conducts surveys of employees, and offers exercise programs.
Furthermore, it has the “Mental Health Working Group” as an ad hoc committee of the Central Safety and Health Committee, promotes the utilization of “Kokoro Wellness Navi,” a new tool to support mental health, and provides a consultation services. In Addition, the Group offers enhanced support by specialists including industrial doctors through consultation counters.
For the third year running since 2017, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi has certified OKI as one of the White 500, a group of large companies showing outstanding health and productivity management.
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