Principal Themes:Human Rights and Labor

Occupational Safety and Health

Under the DNP Group Safety and Health Charter, the DNP Group promotes All-DNP safety and health activities involving all employees with the aim of building a workplace culture of “safety and health takes precedence over everything else.” The organizational structure, operating methods, promotion items and others that form the basis of Group-wide safety and health activities are prescribed as the DNP Group Safety and Health Management Regulations .

DNP Group Safety and Health Charter

DNP Group Declaration on Health

DNP Group Declaration on Health

The DNP Group aims to embody the DNP Group Safety and Health Charter by promoting the heath management and health-driven measures that boost the happiness of our employees, based on the following three perspectives:

1. Maintaining and improving the physical and mental health of our employees and their families. 2. Developing the psychological capital, or positive mind of diverse individuals or human resources. 3. Building psychological safety, or trust-based relationships in our individual workplaces and teams.
With this declaration in mind we aim to achieve improved corporate value.

April 1, 2021
Yoshinari Kitajima,President

Initiatives for Maintaining and Improving Health

The Basic Plan for Health Maintenance and Promotion

On April 1, 2021, the DNP Group announced the DNP Group Declaration on Health, which expresses DNP’s vision toward realizing the DNP Group Safety and Health Charter. In accordance with this, DNP began implementing health management and health measures.

In the Fifth Basic Plan for Prevention of Industrial Accidents and Health Maintenance and Promotion, which serves as the medium-term plan from FY2021 to FY2023, DNP will focus on 1) permeating health management and health measures in the new normal age, 2) establishing a foundation for promoting health measures, 3) promoting disease prevention and lifestyle habit improvements, and 4) creating sound mental health. In doing so, DNP will use the rate of regular health checkups and the rate of abnormal findings, the overall health risk in stress checks and work engagement values, among other indicators.

Examples of Specific Initiatives

Operation of Health Management System

We have built a "health examination management system" on the company intranet, making it possible to access one’s own health examination results, including past results, via a personal computer.

Clinics

We have clinics at 16 locations across Japan that also provide medical treatment to dependents (aged 16 or over) in addition to the insured.

Smoking Policy

Smoking policy conducted based on the Group Guideline at each worksite for the purpose of preventing non-smokers from being subjected to secondhand smoke.

Various Health Consultations

A consultation system set up for employees and their families to provide advice from medical specialists about concerns and worries related to disease or medical therapy. It also provides support for health maintenance through Nutrition Consultation and Exercise Consultation.

Mental Health

To maintain and improve mental health, we are making efforts to enhance education and expand in-house consultation counters. We provide education through such means as guidebooks, lectures, network learning, and original videos, while clinics in Ichigaya (Tokyo) and Namba (Osaka) also provide medical treatment by medical specialists.

Initiatives for the Prevention of Industrial Accidents

The Basic Plan for Prevention of Industrial Accidents

For the prevention of industrial accidents, DNP formulates a basic plan every three years based on the industrial accident prevention plan of the national government and trends in industrial accidents within the Company, reviews the plan, and undertakes specific activities.

DNP has prescribed matters to be addressed during the three years from FY2021 to FY2023 as the Fifth Basic Plan for Prevention of Industrial Accidents and Health Maintenance and Promotion and has commenced initiatives with the three priority measures of 1) fostering a climate of safety, 2) creating a workplace with no industrial accidents, and 3) promoting measures against occupational illnesses using the accident frequency rate and working environment measurement results among other indicators.