TAIYO YUDEN

Materiality

TAIYO YUDEN Group has prioritized safety, strived to make workplace safe for workers, and established health and safety materiality; "make workplace with no occupational injury, fire, or explosion".
Occupational injury is considered to be caused by unsafe states and unsafe behavior, and in order to raise level of 5Ms (Man, Machine, Method, Material, Measurement), which are these factors, we set and work on the medium-term plan and the 5Ms targets .
Regarding fire/explosion, we implement risk assessment for expected fire/explosion and operate with the countermeasure standards.

Achievement Levels for Medium-Term Occupational Health and Safety Targets

All employees participate in health and safety efforts based on the Fundamental Principle of Health and Safety outlined in the Taiyo Yuden Group Safety and Environment Charter and implemented according to the Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS).

Fundamental Principle of Health and Safety, and Targets

In order to realize our health and safety philosophy of “creating a workplace where employees can work without anxiety,” the Taiyo Yuden Group has drawn up group-wide medium-term plans. The medium-term plan is set to prevent industrial accidents by clarifying action targets for each 5Ms (Man, Machine, Method, Material, Measurement) and by setting a target incidence rate of injuries and illness for numerically evaluating the result of such efforts.

FY2019 Work-related Accidents and Safety Indicators

In FY2019, the incidence rate of injuries and illness for the entire group was 0.008, which was below the medium-term target of 0.035 (see G1). In FY2019, the accident frequency rate for the entire group was 0.04 (see G2), and the danger rate was 0.0025.
Note: No fatal accident has occurred.

G1: Trends in incidence rate of injuries and illness

G2: Trends in Accident Frequency Rate

We are promoting countermeasures against occupational injury and illness by conducting risk assessments in all workplaces. We found no workplace with high risks. Going forward, we will continue to carry out activities geared towards achieving zero workrelated accidents from the perspective of the 5Ms, based on our medium-term health and safety plan.