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Occupational Health and Safety

One of the Chiyoda Group's CSR medium-term policies is to instill in everyone involved that safety is a core value. We make ongoing efforts to ensure all employees fully understand that safety should be their number-one priority.

Occupational Health and Safety Management Systeme (OHSMS)

At Chiyoda Corporation, the SQEI Management Committee, which is part of the Management Committee, is responsible for decisions on environmental activities. This committee establishes Corporate SQE Policy and periodically reviews the Company's activities. In addition, the Company has established committees under the direct control of top management to promote occupational safety, health and environmental (HSE) activities. Lower-level committees at each operating base promote independent initiatives in the categories of office activities, R&D activities and EPC* activities.

Chiyoda has obtained accreditation of OHSAS18001 in February 2013, which is well known as one of the most authoritative management systems to verify the effectiveness of Chiyoda Management System.

In accordance with the requirements of above integrated management system, every fiscal year, the Chiyoda sets HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) Objectives and formulates an HSE Management Program to achieve such objectives. Based on this program, each project and project unit shall develop their own HSE programs to conduct specific safety management activities. And the safety targets for every fiscal year are established utilizing TRIR (Total Recordable Injury and Illness Rate based on OSHA Standard, USA) The safety target for FY2018(Domestic project) is less than 0.5 in domestic sites and 0.14 in overseas sites.

* The SQEI management system shall be applied to Global Headquarter (CGH), Koyasu Office & Research Park and all the site offices that perform the operations of Chiyoda business.

HSE Management committee was organized as part of SQEI Management Committee that covers the needs to complete the Corporate HSE Management System requirements, and Chiyoda strives to prevent an injury or occupational illnesses in a workplace.

Chiyoda identifies and evaluates hazards associated with the work place and reduced their risk to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) as Chiyoda aims to provide a safe and healthy workplace.

The graph below indicates Chiyoda's safety standards are kept high, as an evidence of our commitment.

HSE Education

Promote Safety Culture through Lessons Learned of Excellent Construction for Domestic and Overseas Projects

One of the Chiyoda Group's CSR medium-term policies is to instill in everyone involved that safety is a core value. We make ongoing efforts to ensure all employees fully understand that safety should be their number-one priority.

In order to share knowledge and expertise from both outside and inside Chiyoda about Safety, Quality and the Environment (SQE), the Group has been holding a series of Corporate SQEI Conventions. In July 2015, the 8th Convention titled “Promote a Safety Culture through Lessons Learned of Excellent Construction for Domestic and Overseas projects” was a great success attended by more than 500 ardent participants including corporate management executives. Two (2) projects awarded by incentive scheme of SQE activities in FY2014 have been presented their excellent activities on safety management and shared with all participants. After the presentation, the panel discussion has conducted in order to recognize and study each other in the view points of common or different matter for domestic and overseas projects as well as the matter to be learned or improved. Such panel discussion was also effective for the persons not directly involved the construction to image how important of safety for the construction. In this way, the Group will constantly make efforts to instill the corporate policy “Safety is a core value.”

Occupational Health and Safety Training Prior to Assignment to Construction Site

The Group conduct the following training programs to enable construction supervisors and managers to steadily implement occupational health and safety management during assignments at our construction sites Health and Safety Training Prior to Assignment to Construction Sites.

Supervisors
Supervisor Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Training Course (two days course) based on the Industrial Safety and Health Law. (Conducted four (4) times and received totally 124 attendees in FY2017)
Refresher HSE Training Course prior to assignment to Construction Sites. (Conducted seventy-nine (79) times and received totally 304 attendees in FY2017).

Site Managers and Construction Managers

Management Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Training Course for Site Manager and Construction Manager (one day course) (Conducted two (2) times and received totally 56 attendees in FY2017)
Consultation for Site Manager and Construction Manager. (Conducted 22 times in FY2017)

Occupationed Health and Safety Training in Construction Site

We conduct training for all new workers at both domestic and overseas construction sites, as well as special safety training for those involved in hazardous operations. Safety activities also include TBM* and KYK (kiken yochi katsudo or “hazard identification activities”) prior to the start of construction work. KYK employs a special checklist that workers go over together on a daily basis to confirm hazard prevention measures for the work they will undertake on that particular day.
*TBM (ToolBox Meetings): Meetings held by each work group to confirm safety

Safety Culture of Chiyoda

Placing importance on “safety on the construction site”, Chiyoda Corporation has been promoting its original program “C-SAFE” and fostering a safety culture with the motto “every incident is preventable” as mentioned in the corporate SQE (Safety, Quality and Environmental) policy. In addition, this year we called on all Chiyoda Group employees to remember that a “safety culture begins with each one of you” and asked them to propose a new C-SAFE logo. The response was excellent and a total of 37 proposals were submitted for the competition.

Above is the new logo which was chosen by a vote of all employees. The logo expresses our strong will to ensure that our safety culture passes on to the next generation. The logo perfectly suits the Chiyoda Group and will help focus the eyes of future generations on all the business activities of the Chiyoda Group, and will urge each Group employee to carefully consider the issue of safety and maintain a fresh awareness of “Safety First”.

SAFETY Message