FUJIFILM Holdings

CSR Activity Report │ Work Style │Creating a Workplace Where Employees Are Motivated to Work [Priority Issue 1]

Initiatives for Occupational Health and Safety

(FUJIFILM's Activities)

Fujifilm Group believes the health and safety of labor is a fundamental precondition for production activities. We, therefore, place a strong emphasis on safety and strive to secure workplace safety in full compliance with laws and regulations governing safety and hygiene. We implement measures based on the safety policy designated for each operation site, including safety patrols by labor and management; workplace inspections and improvements through invited external experts; safety screening of equipment for design, installation, and operation; and disaster prevention. We also provide related employee training programs as needed. As a result of these efforts, we have maintained the number of occupational accidents below the industry average.

Occupational Health and Safety Activities Activity Details
Health and safety training programs

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Prevention of occupational accidents at the production sites

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Motivating employees for safety through the internal award programs

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Initiatives for mental health

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Emphasis on training programs for new employees

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Initiatives to prevent incidents and accidents by chemical substances

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Preparation for natural disasters and emergency situations

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FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation Was Selected as One of the “White 500” Organizations under the 2019 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations Recognition Program

Since 2016, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi implement the Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations Recognition Program. The program aims to certify outstanding corporations engaging in efforts for health and productivity management. FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation was selected as one of the “White 500” organizations under the program in 2019. 
Fujifilm Group established the Fujifilm Group Health Promotion Council in July 2013. The council is composed of human resources departments, occupational physicians, and the Fujifilm Group Health Insurance Association. The objective of the council is to create a workplace where employees can feel safe to work, maintain good mental and physical health, and fully enjoy working and demonstrating their abilities.

Fujifilm Group Received JIPM Awards

The Fujifilm Group companies participated in the “National Month for Strengthening Plant Management: 2017 Tokyo Campaign” hosted by the Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM). This campaign aims to educate and promote the awareness of plant management through improvement case studies presented by member companies and memorial essays, posters, and slogans submitted by their employees. From our Group, FUJIFILM Shizuoka Co., Ltd. and FUJIFILM Engineering Co., Ltd. made presentations. Two employees from FUJIFILM Opto Materials Co., Ltd. and FUJIFILM Photo Manufacturing Co., Ltd. received the bronze award in the poster section. 
The Fujifilm Group has been actively conducting self-maintenance activities at factories and other facilities to strengthen its on-site capabilities. Through participation in the campaign, we learned best practices by other companies and improved employees’ awareness of safety.

[picture]Fujifilm Group Received JIPM Awards

FUJIFILM Kyushu Co., Ltd. Received the Kumamoto Labor Bureau Director’s Excellence Award and the National THP Promotion Council’s Incentive Award

In 2014, FUJIFILM Kyushu Co., Ltd. received the Director’s Excellence Award from the Kumamoto Labor Bureau for its occupational health and safety efforts. It also received the National THP Promotion Council’s Incentive Award in the same year. (*The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare is promoting sound physical and mental health for workers under the theme of THP (Total Health Promotion Plan).)
FUJIFILM Kyushu Co., Ltd. is implementing various measures to prevent incidents and accidents, by, for example, establishing an occupational health and safety management system and creating a comfortable workplace. 
These awards resulted from its earnest efforts towards the promotion of employees’ mental and physical health with leading-edge solutions to ensure their safety and health.

[picture]FUJIFILM Kyushu Co., Ltd. Received the Kumamoto Labor Bureau Director’s Excellence Award and the National THP Promotion Council’s Incentive Award

Fujifilm Kanagawa Factory Received the Responsible Care Award

Fujifilm Kanagawa Factory received the 6th Responsible Care Award from the Japan Chemical Industry Association and the Japan Responsible Care Council. 
The Fujifilm Group established the Global Occupational Health and Safety Policy in 2010 and has been committed to ensuring employees’ occupational health and safety. 
The Kanagawa Factory and its related affiliates are actively implementing initiatives under the theme of “No Occupational Accident” led by the Health and Safety Committee members. In particular, their activities in compliance with the “Common Rules for Safety Behaviors” across the factory were highly appreciated. The factory sets absolute minimum rules its employees must follow to prevent serious occupational accidents. These rules are disseminated to all employees in various ways, such as displaying on the signboard of each workplace, and pointing and calling the rules every morning.

[picture]Fujifilm Kanagawa Factory Received the Responsible Care Award

The following list indicates the certification status of ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO27001, and OHSAS18001 (ISO45001) acquired by Fujifilm Group companies.