The safety quality management system has been established in accordance with JEAC4111-2003 to protect employees, the public, and the natural environment from a radiation disaster by maintaining proper operating conditions, preventing the outbreak of an accident, and mitigating the consequences in the event of an accident.
The safety quality management system is designed so that all employees work together with the objective of achieving a higher level of safety and quality by using the PDCA (plan-do-check-act) cycle.
Peer review reports conducted by JANTI (Japan Nuclear Technology Institute) have been released on June. 2008.
The goal of the Emergency Plan is to ensure the safety of people and structures in order to reduce any possible damage to human or physical assetts. Through consistent fire prevention control, together with the proactive prevention of fire, earthquake and other disasters. The Emergency Management System was established with the goal of achieving, maintaining, and measuring the improvement of fire prevention in the Tokai region.
We have established an Occupational Health and Safety Management System based on the Ministry of Health and Labor's "Guidance on Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems".
MNF has established the environmental management system based on the environmental policy and is conducting environmental conservation activities.