Occupational Health Management Policy

Occupational Health Management Declaration

The Pigeon Group strives to be a corporate Group whose employees can work lively in good health. To ensure that all employees can live fulfilling lives with sound physical and mental health, in both their work and private lives, the Pigeon Group ensures to support employees in maintaining and improving their health and to provide dynamic and supportive work environments.

Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organization 2022 (Large Enterprise Category)

As a company that implements excellent health and productivity management, we have been recognized as a “Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organization 2022 (Large Enterprise Category)” under the 2022 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations Recognition Program jointly run by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi. This certification program recognizes corporations that practice particularly excellent health and productivity management, based on their efforts to address local health issues and health promotion as encouraged by the Nippon Kenko Kaigi.
As a recognized organization, we will also work to actively share information about our activities with business partners and engage in collaborative health promotion projects.

Health Management Promotion System

Under the supervision of the President and CEO of the Pigeon Group, the Administration Division Manager is designated as the person in charge of and responsible occupational health management. Within the HR Group, a person in charge of health promotion, a health controller and a leave manager are appointed. The Group also with industrial physicians and the health insurance association. The Pigeon Group advances occupational health management by establishing a system in which external advisers from specialized organizations are appointed to provide consultation and advice.

Promotional Plans in the 7th Medium-Term Business Plan

Phased measures are conducted in the 7th Medium-term Business Plan (FY2020 to FY2022), aiming to make the Pigeon Group "a Group where people can work enthusiastically."

Schematic View of Health and Productivity Management Strategy

To achieve improved labor productivity and corporate value and to create a company with energized workers, Pigeon is setting specific measures and targets to promote health and productivity management strategically.

Safety & Health Committee

In accordance with the Industrial Safety and Health Act of Japan, a Safety & Health Committee is established at each workplace and a Central Safety & Health Committee is established at Group headquarters. In principle the Central Safety & Health Committee holds regular meetings twice a year, forming the base of the Group's efforts to promote occupational health management.

Occupational Health Management Initiatives

Pigeon encourage employees to undergo periodic and secondary health examinations, and along with the spread of specific health guidance, we provide partial cost assistance for optional examinations and full cost assistance for physical examinations at specific ages (for employees aged 35, 45, and 55) to encourage employees to undergo these examinations. We are making efforts to improve employees' health literacy and exercise habits by holding health lectures by industrial physicians, implementing e-learning programs, and holding walking events.
Major achievements in health management are shown in the table below.

Periodic Health Examination Coverage
FY2020 100%
FY2021 100%
Stress Check Coverage
FY2020 96.3%
FY2021 97.2%

Pigeon Rubella Zero Action

We are implementing the Pigeon Rubella Zero Action project as part of our corporate responsibility related to health management and babies. In order to raise rubella antibody rates among our employees, at the health check for new employees, we added an antibody test and encourage vaccination, paying the full cost of these items. On February 4, 2020 (Rubella Day), our activities were recognized by an award from the Rubella Zero Project Executive Committee, which is promoted by the Japan Association of Obstetrics and Gynecologists.

  • In-house lecture to deepen understanding of rubella