We had heavy snow here in Kitakyushu due to a huge cold wave since the beginning of the year.
Speaking of snow, one thing we have to be careful of is “falling”.
The “safety aisle” that the delegates have to pass through during the training at NSTC was covered with snow and ice, and we utilized brooms, deck brushes, shovels and secret liquids to make it safe for the delegates to pass through so that it would live up to its name as “safety aisle”.
In this way, we have been constantly assessing the presence or absence of hazard before trainings, and have been in the process of updating our record since 2011, aiming for a record of 300,000hours of “no accident record” by March this year.
By the way, speaking of safety, we have obtained ISO45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management) certification this month.
Seiichi, Quality Management Section