SGH

Occupational Safety and Health

Policies, Systems and Initiatives

Policies, systems and initiatives related to occupational safety and health

Goals and Results

Boundary Medium- to Long-term Goal FY2021 Goals FY2020 Results
SG Holdings Group
(Japan)
Make the percentage of the insured employees with a BMI of 25 or higher 23.0% or lower by the end of FY2023 Make the percentage of the insured employees with a BMI of 25 or higher 24.0% or lower by the end of FY2021 27.5%

Number of Workplace Accidents (Domestic Group Total)

(Unit: Cases)

FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Not resulting in absence 468 599 583
Resulting in absence 397 567 608
Total 865 1,166 1,191

Frequency Rate

Boundary FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Frequency rate*1 Group(Japan)*2 4.14 4.45 4.24
Average value in transportation and postal operations 3.42 3.50 3.31

*1The frequency rate is the international indicator showing the percentage of occurrence of occupational accidents. Number of fatalities per million working hours = number of fatalities / total working hours x 1,000,000

*2The tally covers Sagawa Express, SG Fielder and Sagawa Global Logistics.

Status of Acquisition of Occupational Safety & Health Management*1

Type of Certification Boundary Unit Certified Group companies Certified corporations*2
ISO45001 SG Holdings Group Companies 4
  • SG SAGAWA AMEROID
  • Logistics Park
  • Oki-Doki
  • EFL Global Freeport

*1Status of acquisition as of October 2021.

*2The percentage of consolidated organizations with certification was 3.2% out of 126 consolidated subsidiaries. Offices in Singapore and Sri Lanka have been certified.

Response to the World's Three Major Infectious Diseases (HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria)

The SG Holdings Group recognizes that addressing HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, which are referred to as the world's three major infectious diseases, is an important issue.

Employees in Japan undergo chest x-rays during regular health examinations conducted once every year in an effort to ensure the early detection and prevention of tuberculosis.

In overseas subsidiaries, health examinations are conducted annually for all employees in certain subsidiaries in locations such as Sri Lanka and Vietnam. Even in some subsidiaries that do not conduct regular health examinations, workshops are held to raise awareness of malaria and other infectious diseases among all employees in an effort to prevent them. Chest x-rays are performed on local employees in some subsidiaries for the early detection and prevention of tuberculosis and pneumonia.

Voluntary malaria vaccination is provided for personnel assigned overseas. If vaccination is required for traveling overseas, the regulatory requirements of the respective countries are followed.