Sumitomo Electric Group Health Management Declaration
In order to realize Sumitomo Electric Group's sustainable development and growth, it is essential that every employee who are the main players at Sumitomo Electric Group are fit and healthy. Moving forward, we will actively promote our initiatives based on this Health Management Declaration.
Sumitomo Electric Group takes employee's healthcare seriously and promotes activities to realize "Health and Productivity Management."
Since its establishment, Sumitomo Electric Industries has inherited the Sumitomo's traditional management that is built on human dignity as described in "people make the enterprise." Furthermore, in our mid-term management plan "human resources base" is regarded as one of the most important management resources for the company's sustainable development and growth.
By providing positive support to employees working on health improvement activities as well as promoting organizational measures that are based on the Health Management Declaration, we will raise employee's awareness toward health (health literacy) and aim to become a corporate group well regarded in society winning their trust and where all employees can work healthy and lively.
December 1st, 2015
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
The Three Priority Measures
Support employee's and their family members' health-promoting activities
(Prevention of locomotive syndrome*1, extension of healthy life-span)
Measures against lifestyle-related diseases
(Promotion of no-smoking, cutting down alcoholic drinks, prevention and improvement of metabolic syndrome*2)
Measures for mental healthcare
(The four-cares*3 and building a mental health system)
*1 Locomotive syndrome is a condition of reduced mobility due to impairment of locomotive organs such as muscles, bones, cartilage, intervertebral disks, and such. It is a condition with some kind of deterioration in walking or in daily life.
*2 Metabolic syndrome is a condition of visceral fat obesity (visceral fat or abdomen fat) plus two or more of high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and/or hyperlipidemia.
*3 The four-cares refers to "self-care" conducted by each employee, "line-care" conducted by company managers, "care by industrial health staffs," and "care by professionals" outside the company.
"健康経営" or "Health and Productivity Management" is a registered trademark by Workshop for the Management of Health on Company and Employee