Ensuring Safety

Activities and Results Based on the Annual Basic Policies on HSSE

Activities and Results Based on the Annual Basic Policies on HSSE

Annual Basic Policies on HSSE in FY2019

Continue to take on the challenge of zero accidents, and aim for “Zero serious accidents,” “Zero fatal and lost time injuries,” and “Zero environmental abnormalities.” Continue also to strive for “Strict adherence to Life Saving Rule” while “Supporting and encouraging colleagues.”

Idemitsu Group’s Safety, Health and Environmental Performance in 2019 (including partner companies)
  • (Unit: cases)
Serious accidents 1*
Fatal accidents 0
Accidents resulting in lost time injuries 13
Environmental abnormalities 0
  • * Fire at an affiliated company
Occupational accidents frequency rate
Idemitsu’s employees only 0.46
Employees of partner companies 0.68
Severity rate
Idemitsu’s employees only 0.03
Employees of partner companies 0.03
Frequency rate (Accident incidence frequency)
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  • *1. The frequency rate refers to the number of fatalities and injuries due to occupational accidents per 1 million hours of actual work.
  • *2. Data for 2019 is based on accidents reported by Hokkaido Refinery, Chiba Complex, Aichi Refinery, Tokuyama Complex, Prime Polymer Co., Ltd. Anesaki Works, BASF Idemitsu Co., Ltd., Showa Yokkaichi Sekiyu Co., Ltd., TOA Oil Co., Ltd., and Seibu Oil Co., Ltd.
  • *3. Figures presented as averages for all industries with 100 or more employees are cited from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare’s Survey on Industrial Accidents.
Severity rate (Degree of accident severity)
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  • *1. The severity rate refers to the number of lost working days due to absences attributable to occupational accidents per 1,000 hours of actual work.
  • *2. Data for 2019 is based on accidents reported by Hokkaido Refinery, Chiba Complex, Aichi Refinery, Tokuyama Complex, Prime Polymer Co., Ltd. Anesaki Works, BASF Idemitsu Co., Ltd., Showa Yokkaichi Sekiyu Co., Ltd., TOA Oil Co., Ltd., and Seibu Oil Co., Ltd.
  • *3. Figures presented as averages for all industries with 100 or more employees are cited from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare’s Survey on Industrial Accidents.
Annual Basic Policies on HSSE in FY2020

Continue to take on the challenge of zero accidents, and aim for “Zero serious accidents,” “Zero fatal and lost time injuries,” and “Zero environmental abnormalities.” Continue also to place “Strict adherence to Life Saving Rule” as the highest priority, and promote “Keeping and making people follow the basics for safety rules” and “Caring for and encouraging colleagues.”

出光興産, DFF Inc.