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Approach to transport safety management

In our ship operations (irregular passenger service operations), in addition to establishing our "Basic policy on transportation safety" and "Priority measures for safety" based on the safety management regulations, Sealine Tokyo, Co., Ltd. takes steps to ensure that all employees understand these policies and measures and exercises full diligence in customer safety management.

Sealine Tokyo's safety policy

[Basic policy on transportation safety]

The company president is deeply aware that transportation safety assurance is the core of our business management and carries out a leading role in ensuring transportation safety within the company. Moreover, we give careful consideration to conditions in the workplace and take seriously any feedback on workplace safety, and to ensure that our employees understand that transportation safety is of the utmost importance, Safety first (placing top priority on safety in all operations) is placed as the first article of the Hato Bus Group's business policies and efforts are made to ensure all employees are aware of this policy, including the display of this motto in work areas.
By diligently establishing, carrying out, and verifying transportation safety plans and implementing improvements based thereon (Plan, Do, Check, Act), constantly revising our safety measures, and ensuring our members work in unison, we are exercising our commitment to the continual improvement of transportation safety.

[Priority measures for safety]

Based on our basic policy on transportation safety, Sealine is carrying out the following measures.

  1. In order to thoroughly implement the principle of safety priority, we aim to strengthen and enhance disaster-prevention training, as follows.
    1. (1) In addition to establishing an annual disaster-prevention training plan and tracking progress, in 2015 we specifically established an employee communication network for confirming earthquake and tsunami damage.
    2. (2) Integrating the Disaster Prevention Committee as a sub-organization of the Council on Safety Measures, we work to strengthen the partnership between these two organizations.
  2. We observe all items stipulated in relevant laws and the safety management regulations.
    1. (1) This year, in particular, because of the high probability of increased operation of small vessels for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, in regard to the stipulations on harbor conditions in Article 30 of the safety management regulations, we are collecting information on zones where there may be complications with small vessels, etc. and are presenting the resulting information in training.
  3. We continue to carry out organizational improvement of our safety management system (Plan, Do, Check, Act) as follows.
    1. (1) We endeavor to strengthen the "Check" function of our system by requiring internal auditing committee members to attend frequent disaster-prevention training sessions in order to deepen the understanding of internal auditing committee operations.
  4. We conduct education and training on safety assurance as follows.
    1. (1) Summarizing information in the manual for disaster prevention, etc. produced in 2014, we produce an employee disaster prevention manual.
    2. (2) We make sure that our employees are aware of the results and reported matters from investigations by the Council on Safety Measures.
    3. (3) We conduct thorough safety training for new employees and other newcomers.
  5. We strive to improve safety by promoting active on-site risk-prediction exercises.

    <Details of efforts>

    1. (1) Increase the number of near-miss report samples. Goal: 25 (Last year's result: 19)
    2. (2) Thoroughly implement near-miss report countermeasures. (Thorough follow-up)
    3. (3) Improve the format of near-miss reports (to make details and measures easy-to understand).

■ 29 February 2016: Disaster prevention training

■ 19 November 2015: Anti-terrorism training

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