|Series||JETRO marketing series -- 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Japanese people are very concerned with safety. One of the first Japanese words I learned after arriving in Japan was anzen (安全), the Japanese word for safety.. A well-known example of this concern with safety is the method of ‘ pointing and calling ‘, shisa kanko (指差喚呼), used by public transport operators in Japan. Japanese train drivers will point at every sign they pass. OSH Statistics in Japan. Industrial Accidents and Occupational Health, YEAR BOOK OF LABOUR STATISTICS , MHLW; Fatal accidents rate per , workers in each country （ （Present Status of Japanese Industrial Safety and Health （）） On June 15th of , Japan’s minpaku law came into effect and tightened Japan’s regulation around offering short-term rentals through platforms . Legislative Stipulations on Risk Assessments at Workplaces in Japan. Since the s, the government of Japan and organizations such as the Japanese Standards Association (JSA), the Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association (JISHA), and the Japan Association of Safety and Health Consultants (JASHC) have repeatedly organized committees or working groups to form advisory Cited by: 5.
Civil law. The Civil Code of Japan (民法 Minpō, ) was created in It was heavily influenced by the first draft of the German Civil Code of , and to a lesser extent the French Civil Code. The code is divided into five books. Those on family and succession retain certain vestiges of the old patriarchal family system that was the basis of Japanese feudalism. Safety Regulation Article pdf. Safety Regulation Article pdf. Safety Regulation Article pdf. Chapter 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS: APD Article 1 to Article : Attachment pdf. Attachment pdf. Attachment pdf. Attachment pdf. Attachment pdf. Attachment pdf. Chapter 2: DETAILS OF SAFETY REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO. JAPAN’S NEW REGULATORY STANDARDS FOR NUCLEAR POWER AND REPROCESSING PLANTS: TECHNICAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ASPECTS The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), along with the Nuclear Safety Commission Japan, were dismantled, and a new regulatory body, the Nuclear Regulation. Translation for 'safety' in the free English-Japanese dictionary and many other Japanese translations.
Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) (日本産業規格, Nihon Sangyō Kikaku, formerly 日本工業規格 Nihon Kōgyō Kikaku until J ) are the standards used for industrial activities in Japan, coordinated by the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC) and published by the Japanese Standards Association (JSA). The JISC is composed of many nationwide committees and plays a. Gist of the Labour Standard Act’s amended Article Certain amendments in August, to Japan’s Labour Contract, in particular Arti gave certain employees the right to convert fixed-term employment contracts to employment contracts without a fixed term, thereby effectively placing such employees on equal footing and with equal legal protects as “regular full-time employees”. National Jun 6, Hong Kong mulls partial relaxation of post-Fukushima food import ban. The Hong Kong government has proposed a relaxation of its ban on food imports from four of the five. Curious, is there an organization in Japan like OSHA in America that sets requirements for workplace safety and health of workers? And if so, is there a set of requirements? I'm curious if there are requirements to give workers ergonomic options for office work, keep them generally safe, etc.