Dec. 5, 2017

DIC’s Sakai Plant Wins Certificate of Appreciation from JISHA

—Unified efforts by employees to prevent occupational accidents earn high marks—

Tokyo, Japan–DIC Corporation announced that its Sakai Plant, located in the city of Takaishi, Osaka Prefecture, received a certificate of appreciation from the Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association (JISHA) for initiatives aimed at preventing occupational accidents. The certificate was presented at the 76th National Industrial Safety and Health Convention, held on November 9, 2017. 

Since fiscal year 2014, JISHA has acknowledged organizations and individuals who have made notable contributions to the promotion of association activities designed to prevent occupational accidents by presenting certificates of appreciation from the association’s chairperson. 

The Sakai Plant’s certificate was in recognition of unified efforts by employees over many years to create an occupational safety and health-oriented corporate culture and nurture pertinent human resources through risk assessment, process risk management and hazard prediction training, as well as to promote the horizontal deployment of key initiatives.

Takatoshi Ogawa, manager in charge of the Sakai Plant’s Safety and Environment Group

 Takatoshi Ogawa, manager in charge of the Sakai Plant’s Safety and Environment Group

The certificate of appreciation from JISHA

The certificate of appreciation from JISHA (above) 

The DIC Group recognizes that operational safety is fundamental to its operations and is also a core component of Responsible Care. Accordingly, the Company undertakes occupational safety and health, security and disaster prevention measures to foster a “safety first” philosophy Groupwide and in the mind of every employee. Looking ahead, the Group will continue working to ensure the safety of its production activities and the appropriate management of chemical substances, as well as to cultivate human resources to oversee safety- and environment-related initiatives, with the aim of reinforcing its safety infrastructure and creating a safety-oriented corporate culture. Through such efforts, the Group will endeavor to strengthen its global Responsible Care program, in line with its stated objective of achieving zero occupational accidents. 

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