JFE Steel Corporation
JFE Steel Corporation Receives ISO 45001 Certification
for West Japan Works (Fukuyama Area)
JFE Steel Corporation today announced that its West Japan Works (Fukuyama Area) has acquired ISO 45001 (JIS Q 45001) certification under this international standard for occupational health and safety management systems.1 This is the company’s second business site to receive such certification.
Based on the core principle that "safety takes precedence over everything else," all staff employed at our steel mills and manufacturing plants are working together to create safe and healthy workplaces. In order to further promote autonomous and systematic occupational health and safety management throughout the organization, we have established occupational health and safety management processes that comply with the international standard ISO 45001.
JFE Steel will continue to make efforts to create safer and healthier workplaces by sequentially acquiring this certification at all of our business sites and by continuously and effectively implementing compliant occupational health and safety management processes.
1 Published in March 2018 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It is a framework for a series of voluntary activities that systematically and continuously implement the following: a declaration of health and safety policies by the operator’s senior management; investigation of hazards or harmfulness with measures taken based on the results; setting of health and safety targets; and preparation, implementation, evaluation, and improvement of health and safety plans.
|Registered organization||：||West Japan Works (Fukuyama), JFE Steel Corporation|
|Certification body||：||JIC Quality Assurance Ltd.|
|Applicable standard||：||ISO 45001:2018/JIS Q 45001:2018|
|Scope of certification||：||Activities related to manufacturing of iron and steel|
|Date of issue||：||December 16, 2021|
About JFE Steel Corporation
JFE Steel Corporation, one of the world’s leading integrated steel producers, was established through the consolidation of NKK Corporation and Kawasaki Steel Corporation in 2003. The company operates several steelworks in Japan and numerous branch offices and affiliates throughout the world. JFE Steel leverages world-class technologies and know-how to produce a wide range of products based on its Only One, Number One strategy of focusing on unique and best-in-class products. The company reported consolidated sales of 2,255 billion yen and consolidated crude steel output of 23.96 million tons in the fiscal year ended March 2021.
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