Fundamental Policy of Safe Operation
Pursuing the world's highest level of safety culture
The MOL group has established the following principles in "S: Safety" in "MOL CHARTS," which is the permanent, inherent sense of values shared by all MOL Group employees, and is working to achieve the highest level of safety in the world.
- Pursue the world's highest level of safety culture
- Maintain a safety-first attitude and strive to reinforce safety awareness
- Return to basics by comprehending workplace safety.
As one of our specific initiatives, we aim to eliminate accidents on board by spreading the slogan "STOP AND THINK MORE (*)" and putting it into practice.
(*) "STOP AND THINK MORE"… Pause and think to take the right action when each crew member has concerns or doubts.
Objective Safe Operation Indices
The MOL group identifies five sustainability issues to be prioritized through its business, and in one of these issues, Safety & Value, we have set goals, KPIs, and action plans for safe quality.
As objective indicators to measure safety, we have set the following targets for approximately 800 vessels involved in our group's marine transport business.
- zero serious marine incidents, zero oil pollution, zero fatal accidents, and zero serious cargo damage
Number of 4zeros accidents FY2017 2 FY2018 1 FY2019 1 FY2020 1 FY2021 3
SPI (Safety Performance Indicator)
As an objective indicator of safety, in fiscal 2021 we began to use SPI statistics, which expand the scope of data to include approximately 800 vessels involved in our group's marine transport and offshore related businesses. (Previously, KPI values were calculated for the approximately 230 vessels owned by our company and our group.)
- LTIF (Lost Time Injury Frequency) (*1):less than 0.50 (after FY2020) (*4)
Average downtime (*2):Less than 24.00 hours of downtime per ship per year (*4)
Downtime frequency rate (*3)：Less than 1.00 incidents per ship per year (*4)
SPI Results for FY2021 LTIF 0.19 achieved Average downtime 25.34 not achieved Downtime frequency rate 0.29 achieved
- (*1) Number of lost time injuries occurring in a workplace per 1 million hours worked。 These figures include occupational injuries and illnesses that did not result in disembarkation but did not result in a return to work, including light work, on the day of the accident.
- (*2) Annual incident-related stoppage hours per vessel
- (*3) Annual number of incidents per vessel resulting in vessel stoppage
- (*4) Numerical targets will be reviewed each time to accelerate efforts to resolve sustainability issues.