Occupational Health and Safety
The Anritsu Group’s Sustainability Policy, Anritsu Group Charter of Corporate Behavior, and Anritsu Group Code of Conduct stipulate that we comply with all relevant laws and regulations and create a working environment in which employees can do their jobs with enthusiasm in safety and good health.
In addition, with the goal of the Group and health insurance union playing an active role in maintaining and improving the health of each employee, we have separately established the Anritsu Group Health Management Policy for the Domestic Anritsu Group.
Our collective agreement with the Anritsu Labor Union sets forth certain matters concerning health and safety. More specifically, it stipulates that we, as the owner of the business, shall implement appropriate measures to ensure the safety of employees and maintain and improve the health of employees, establish the Occupational Safety and Health Committee and generate selection criteria for the committee; conduct educational programs on health while providing health checkups for employees, and restrict employees from engaging in dangerous or hazardous work.
|Anritsu Group Health and Productivity Management Policy
|Anritsu Group believes our corporate value is founded on the ability of each employee to work to the best of their abilities and in good health. With the goals of creating an environment in which all employees have an interest in health, are aware of their own health challenges, and take measures on their own to maintain and improve their heath, the Anritsu Group companies and the Anritsu Health Insurance Association work together to promote effective health management throughout the Group.
Addressing Global Health Challenges
The Anritsu Group recognizes the importance of addressing global health issues such as the world's three major infectious diseases (tuberculosis, malaria, and HIV/AIDS). We educate employees who are posted overseas and their families about infectious diseases, provide vaccinations, and check their health status. In addition, workplace vaccinations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 were conducted not only for employees and family members of the Group, but also the employees of affiliated companies, including subcontractors (providing services such as security, cleaning, logistics, packaging, etc.).
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Risk management in the Anritsu Group is overseen by the Board of Directors, and the relevant general manager or executive officer in charge is responsible for risk management under the supervision of the Group CEO. Anritsu Corporation's officer in charge of health and safety (general health and safety manager), appointed by the Group CEO, serves as the chief health and safety officer, making decisions on matters related to health and safety throughout the Group and providing instruction on the implementation of such decisions. The results of initiatives and activities related to health and safety are regularly reported and discussed by the officer in charge of health and safety at the Corporate Strategy Meeting, and reported to the Board of Directors as necessary.
Anritsu Group companies in Japan conduct periodic work environment assessments, perform follow-ups to medical examinations and stress checkups, and provide individual counseling on mental and physical health. The maintenance and promotion of the health of the Group employees is supported by several industrial physicians, counselors, and other healthcare staff who are part of the Anritsu Corporation Health Management Center.