Health Management Sustainability

Basic Policy

We’re working to develop workplaces where all employees can make the most of their skills while doing their jobs in a healthy, engaged manner.

健康経営Health management

Health checkups and preventive measures

Health guidance and exercise recommendations

Mental health

Approach and Principal Initiatives

We’re working with the Kurabo Health Insurance Union to take steps to foster and promote employee health
(responsible party: officer in charge of human resources).

Health checkups and preventive measures
Health checkups
・Regular health checkups
・Lifestyle disease checks
・Gynecological examinations
・Specific health checkups
Anti-smoking measures
・Subsidies to offset the cost of outpatient treatment to quit smoking
Infectious-disease measures
・Internal flu vaccination program
・Subsidies to offset the cost of flu vaccinations
・Distribution of Cleanse (a disinfectant) Product information (Japanese only)
Health guidance and exercise recommendations
Health guidance
・Specific health guidance
・Health guidance for young employees
・Telephone-based health guidance for persons aged 65 to 74
・Telephone-based health consultations
Exercise recommendations
・Exercise events
・Subsidies to offset the cost of fitness club memberships
Mental health
Mental health measures
・Stress checks
・Telephone-based mental health consultations
・Mental health counseling
・Promotion of a work-life balance

Implementation Status

Measure Objective FY2018 (results) Remarks
Measures to prevent lifestyle diseases Regular health checkups: Rate 100.0% 100.0% Required
Specific health guidance: Eligibility rate *1 15.0% or less 17.4% -
Measures to prevent cancer Checks for 5 major types of cancer: Rate Lung cancer *1 100.0% 99.2% Required
Stomach cancer *1 100.0% 99.2% Required
Colorectal cancer *1 100.0% *3 Required
Breast cancer *1 50.0% or greater *3 Voluntary (every two years)
Cervical cancer *2 50.0% or greater *3 Voluntary (every two years)
Anti-smoking measures Smoking rate *1 20.0% or less 29.4% -
Mental health measures High-stress diagnosis rate (stress check) 50.0% or less 17.0% -

*1: Age 40 or greater
*2: Age 20 or greater
*3: Started in fiscal 2019