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1 1/44 Half century footprint and future orientation of OSH activities of Japan that exists in the global society Hideaki SEKIZAWA President of Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association JISHA July 3 rd 2014 APOSHO in Bangkok, Thailand

2 2/44 Index 1.About JISHA ( 4/44-8/44) 2.Establishment of JISHA under severe occurrence of industrial accidents (9/44-15/44) 3.Enactment of the OSH Law and development of cooperation with the Government (16/44-22/44) 4.Development of JISHA’s activities corresponding to change of industrial/social circumstances (23/44-27/44) 5.Diversification of JISHA’s activities due to change of the basic OSH current (28/44-33/44) 6.Issues Japan faces at present and future orientation (34/44-36/44) 7.JISHA’s management/operation plan for the future (37/44-44/44)

3 3/44 August 1 st 2014 JISHA 50 th Anniversary

4 4/44 1. About JISHA

5 5/44 JISHA: Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association Established in 1964 Based on the “Industrial Accident Prevention Organization Law” Basic Mission Cultivation of human resource for enterprise Support enterprise’s OSH activities with expertise Distribution of OSH latest Information

6 6/44 6 JISHA is OSH Think Tank Workplace Safety & Health Assessment Comfortable Workplace Control of Chemical Substances OSH Information Sharing Working Environment Measurement National Events and Campaigns Assist to Smaller Enterprises on OSH International Cooperation Various Seminars and Sending Experts Zero- Accident Campaign Total Health Promotion (THP) Mental Health Care Programs relating to Risk Assessment and OSHMS

7 7/44 Tokyo Occupational Safety and Health Educational Center Hokkaido Regional Safety and Health Service Center Tohoku Regional Safety and Health Service Center Kanto Regional Safety and Health Service Center Japan Bioassay Research Center Chubu Regional Safety and Health Service Center Hokuriku Branch Kinki Regional Safety and Health Service Center Osaka Occupational Health Service Center Osaka Occupational Safety and Health Education Center Chugoku and Shikoku Regional Safety and Health Service Center Shikoku Branch Office Kyushu Regional Safety and Health Service Center Tokyo, Headquarters Deployment among the nation, Headquarters, Branch, Center JISHA Offices location

8 8/44 Exchange with Overseas Organizations: APOSHO members, ILO, etc. JISHA has been joined APOSHO since the first stage. International Actions

9 9/44 2. Establishment of JISHA under severe occurrence of industrial accidents

10 10/44 1950s : High-speed economic growth: -New materials -New technical methods -New machinery equipment Increase of industrial accidents Background of Establishment

11 11/44 ( Source : Data from Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) Transition in the Number of Industrial Accidents (1953-2013 ) Number of fatalities and Injuries Number of Fatalities Year Fatalities and absence of 8 days or more Fatalities and absence of 4 days or more Fatalities Foundation of JISHA (1964 ) Establishment of Occupational Safety & Health Law(1972) 1,030 (2013 ) 118,157 ( 2013 ) 2012 481,686 (1961 ) 6,712 (1961 )

12 12/44 Background of Establishment-2 Necessary to take counter measures 1958 : “1 st National plan for occupational accident prevention” Enacted legislations related For protection of workers Enterprise ha s a direct responsibility. ← To encourage employers for their autonomous preventive activities further ← Only Legislations and rules were not enough ←Workplaces drastically transforming day by day

13 13/44 JISHA Established on August 1 st, 1964 by “Industrial Accident Prevention Organization Law” Autonomous efforts of enterprise Establishment of JISHA

14 14/44 Support for Autonomous efforts OSH convention Safety event Dialog concerned Exhibition Measures at that time

15 15/44 Integrated or developed these activities National Safety Week (early July) National Occupational Health Week (early October) National Industrial Safety and Health Convention (Autumn) - Last year Convention in OSAKA, JISHA succeeded over 12,000 participants. ← These formed fundamentals of JISHA’ s nationwide campaign activities. Promotion Campaigns This coming October National OSH Convention In Hiroshima

16 16/44 3 . Enactment of the OSH Law and development of cooperation with the Government

17 17/44 A sense of safety arises in the nationwide ・ Merit and demerit of rapid economic growth Prosperous life Dangerous circumstance ・ Spread of -Pollution -Traffic accident, a huge numberof fatalities/injuries “Safety awareness” in society/industry reached a threshold Background of Enactment of OSH Law

18 18/44 Expansion of the idea regarding prevention of accident For example, chemical substances control, in case, it would occurs pollution or explosion ⇒ Secure civil safety not limited in the workplace Changing Labour management relations -Joint Venture -Sub contract: more complicated Background of Enactment of OSH Law-2

19 19/44 OSH Law enacted in 1972 ・ OSH Law: promote comprehensive and deliberate measures - Establishment/integration of comprehensive regulation - Foundation of OSH organization in the enterprise, committee, expert - Encouragement of its autonomous efforts

20 20/44 OSH Law enacted in 1972 -2 Law focuses on cultivation of the human resource for OSH Law imposes on employers’ responsibility, research of chemical substance, measurement of the working environment and medical check OSH Education Center (Tokyo, Osaka) - train instructor JISHA activities Occupational Health Research and Development Center - research or consultation on hazardous chemical, dispatching experts to diagnose OSH conditions.

21 21/44 Protection Enterprise (autonomous activities) Prevention Occupational Accident Prevention Organization, JISHA Occupational Accidents Prevention (Basic Framework) Technical assistance/ service Government: OSH Law/ Policy Legal enforcement / Guideline / Guidance/ Recommendation Labour inspection

22 22/44 Start Zero Accident Campaign (1973) JISHA’s own original activities ・ To eliminate industrial accidents to zero ultimately ・ To gather every member’s participation in OSH activities ・ To lead them to find out hazard/risk and to resolve problems in a preemptive manner

23 23/44 4. Development of JISHA’s activities corresponding to change of industrial/social circumstances

24 24/44 Micro electronics (ME) –OA ⇒ Eye fatigue, mental impediment –Robot ⇒ Accidents (fatalities by robot arm) Tertiary industry – New way of work Aging society –Needs for Healthcare 1980s New movement of industry research Visual Display Terminal

25 25/44 Chemical analysis facilities Japan Bioassay Research Center, established in 1982 ・ Test for Chronic and Acute Toxicity, Carcinogenicity ・ Microbial Mutation Test ・ Chromosome Aberration Test ・ These toxicity and mutagenicity tests in compliance with GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) Standards A wide variety of productivity materials and processes

26 26/44 Needs for more advanced education/training ・ Development of Zero Accident Activities KYT ( Hazard Prediction Training ) - Pointing and Calling Hiyari - hatto (Near-miss) 5S ( Initial letters of five Japanese words relating to safety, their meaning: neatness, orderliness, cleanliness, cleanness and discipline ) Progress of education/training projects

27 27/44 Enhance the training courses Near miss, Machinery safety On demand training Progress of education/training projects - 2

28 28/44 5 . Diversification of JISHA’s activities due to change of the basic OSH current

29 29/44 Enterprise: much expected to implement measures for managing and responding to OSH risk by its own responsibility. 2005 OSH Law amendment Government Enterprise Risk Assessment (RA), at site (chemical) Legal enforcement, Guideline, Guidance, Recommendation, Labour inspection The business has more complicated than ever.

30 30/44 Expansion of Mental Health Measures 2006 Government Guidelines for Promoting Mental Health Care of Workers JISHA: In-house mental health promoter training Management personnel seminar, etc. Promotion of Physical and Mental Health of Workers

31 31/44 - International Current - ISO series For example, quality control, environment (ISO9000,ISO14000) In addition, being intested in OSH area –Guideline for OSH management system (Japan 1999, ILO 2001) JISHA OSHMS certification2003 JISHA OSHMS certification Following the OSHMS guideline of the Ministry of Health, Labour and and Welfare of Japan, and ILO-OSHMS guideline Certification Service based on international standards

32 32/44 Exchange with Overseas Organizations: APOSHO, ILO, etc. Technical Co-operation Programs; JICA/ILO Projects Dispatching Experts JICA Seminars for Developing Countries JISHA Training Course International cooperation In addition to these activities, dealing with OSH international standard activities related

33 33/44 The Earthquake Emergency Response Headquarters Overall support of Safety and Health on the recovery/reconstruction works –In these 3 years, Japan has orchestrated its collective efforts to work tirelessly for recovery and reconstruction, at present it is getting better. East Japan Great Earthquake and Tsunami, March 11th, 2011

34 34/44 6.Issues Japan faces at present and future orientation

35 35/44 12 th Occupational Safety and Health Plan by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Situation -Increase accidents in the tertiary industry, while whole number is decreasing - Construction and manufacturing industry occupies more than 50% of fatality, while whole number is decreasing Fundamental measures aiming to decrease industrial accidents for 5 years 2013 FY -2017 FY

36 36/44 Tertiary industry: increase accident Retailers, Social welfare facilities, Restaurant ⇒ Cooperation with those concerned, their associations Machinery accident : construction/manufacturing ⇒ Strengthen training and support Caught in/between machinery Plus: Mental health issues Controlling of chemical substances Back pain and heatstroke ⇒ Training/Seminars, Books, Information Measures to improve OSH issues

37 37/44 7.JISHA’ s management/operation plan for the future

38 38/44 Resolve problem of enterprise ⇒ Utilize accumulation and expertise ⇒ Meet our client’s needs further than before Solution type activities

39 39/44 SME: Small Medium Enterprise Fundamentals of Japanese industry, while many industrial accidents 2 new JISHA projects from 2013FY - JISHA Good Safety Company - OSH Support Service for SME Support for SME Scale: Number of workers (Manufacture) Accidents ratio, fatalities & injuries, per 1,000 workers, 2012

40 40/44 JISHA Good Safety Company - Evaluate OSH activities by JISHA’s expert Such as RA, KYT, and OSH establishment in the enterprise - Result of it, register to JISHA and PR OSH Support Service for SME –Smaller SME –Comprehensive guidance and advice by JISHA’s expert –Subsidized by Gov. ⇒ free of charge –Added tertiary industry, 2014FY Support for SME - 2 Safety Measures

41 41/44 Support for SME-3 (reference) These are voices from users of SME support project: -JISHA’s expert advice is useful and easy to understand, it helps us to disseminate to surroundings, -Contributing to make us recognized for overlooked points -Precious suggestion on devices -Guidance based on laws and regulations related -Receiving a key to improve

42 42/44 Provide OSH technical support JICA Seminars, ILO Workshop Occupational Safety and Health Policy JISHA Training Course OSHMS and Risk Assessment Seminar Exchange among APOSHO members Support for Japanese overseas enterprise Provide information Training local staff Support for Overseas Technical cooperation Seminar for Japanese firms in Tokyo

43 43/44 Cultivate HUMAN Resources Most significant point -The most strong point of Japan, - It has contributed to overcome the difficulties. Enterprise education site “Strengthen Partnership Towards the Global OSH Standards” ← JISHA hopes to contribute through the above experience.

44 44/44 Thank you for your attention


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