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Chemical substances specified by Japanese law
Recycled volume: refers to everything other than landfill disposal.
Final disposal volume: refers to landfill disposal (zero emissions achieved domestically).
Volume consumed: calculated by subtracting waste-water volume from water-intake volume.
Recycling rate: calculated by dividing recycled volume by water-intake volume.
ISO 45001 certification rate
(Targets are head office and production site)
The actual values decreased during fiscal 2020 due to the cancellation of various events and the postponement of contribution activities to prevent and stop the spread of the novel coronavirus infection.
Number of management staff…Includes expert managerial positions from fiscal 2020.
Number of recent graduate hire…It was decided to include global hiring, etc. in the number of newly hired graduates, and the figures have been recalculated from 2016.
Number of mid-career hires…The definition was reevaluated, and the figures have been recalculated from 2016.
Frequency rate of industrials accidents resulting lost workdays…represents the frequency of accidents as number of casualties due to industrials accidents per million actual work-hours.
Industrial accidents rate per 1000 employees (accidents resulting lost workdays)…represents the percentage of casualties that occurred per 1,000 people.
Ratio of annual work accidents per 1,000 people (including accidents which do not require time off)…At Murata, we manage the number of work accidents by including the accidents which do not require time off in the accidents which require time off.
TABLE FOR TWO…By choosing a healthy menu during activities contributing to society originating in Japan that focus simultaneously on hunger in developing nations and lifestyle diseases and obesity in developed nations, an employee can donate 20 yen per meal to pay for one meal provided in a developing nation. Murata has been participating in such activities since FY2010.
Murata Science Foundation…The Murata Science Foundation was established in 1985 with the intention of contributing to the development of science and technology by promoting science. The foundation promotes international exchanges between researchers and issues grants for research that contributes to the improvement and development of science and technology or the resolving of various problems in the fields of the humanities and social sciences.
(As of June 29, 2021)
Bribery prevention training is implemented annually via e-learning for a specific class of employees.
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