Safe Operation Management Structure
The MOL Operational Safety Committee, chaired by the president, deliberates basic policies, countermeasures, and other items aimed at ensuring the secure and completely safe operation of MOL- and MOL Group-operated vessels, and makes decisions on safety-related measures.
- Operational Safety Committee;
As a subordinate organ of the Executive Committee, examines and discusses matters related to safe operation, and thoroughly ensures safe operation of vessels.
- Chairman: President
- Vice Chairman: Director General of Safety Operations Headquarters
- Safety Operations Headquarters;
As an organization directly under the Management Committee consisting of the following divisions and organizations, plan and implement measures for company-wide safe operaation.
- Marine Safety Division
- Offshore Technical Division
- Smart Shipping Division
- Marine Technical Management Division
- LNG Marine Technical & Ship Management Strategy Division
- Ship management companies (MOL Ship Management Co., Ltd. and MOL LNG Transport Co., Ltd.)
Objective Safe Operation Indices
MOL sets the following numerical goals including "Four Zeroes," as objective indices to measure safety.
- "Four Zeroes" (zero serious marine incidents, zero oil pollution, zero fatal accidents, and zero serious cargo damage) as the MOL Group
- Less than 0.50 (from FY2020) LTIF (Lost Time Injury Frequency)(*1)
- Less than 24.00 hours of downtime per ship per year(*2)
- Less than 1.00 incidents per ship per year that require stopping the ship.(*3)
(Lost Time Injury Frequency)
- Average Vessel Stoppage Time(*2), and Percentage of Incidents Resulting in Stoppage(*3)
(*1) Conventionally, occupational injuries and illnesses that forced seafarers to disembark vessels were counted. But starting in FY2015, the total includes cases in which seafarers did not have to disembark, but were unable to return to work, including light duty.
Reference: Overall industry average (2017): 1.66, water transportation industry: 1.14 (2017), transportation machinery and equipment manufacturing industry: 0.43 (2017) (source: Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare "Outline of 2017 Survey on Industrial Accidents")
(*2) Annual incident-related stoppage hours per vessel
(*3) Annual number of incidents per vessel resulting in vessel stoppage