As a company involved in the nuclear industry, we recognize the importance of continuous improvements for nuclear safety. So, we are fostering a nuclear safety culture, as well as voluntarily and continuously working to improve nuclear safety, in light of lessons learned from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident.
We are fostering a nuclear safety culture in which we keep an ability for critical thinking as we sincerely, face all kinds of risks while giving first priority to nuclear safety.
Furthermore, by communicating transparently and expeditiously with internal and external stakeholders who are involved with our nuclear business, we will share risk awareness and challenges related to nuclear safety and reflect them in our business activities.
We are exceeding regulatory requirements by gathering the latest expertise from both domestically and abroad, and building a management system to recognize, identify, evaluate and minimize risks relevant to nuclear safety, in which we use the PDCA cycle to voluntarily and continuously improve nuclear safety.
September 15, 2011, the world's leading civilian nuclear power equipment companies, including Toshiba, announced a set of principles that reflects the best practices in the world regarding the export of nuclear power equipment. We will continue to apply these principles not only in our export business, but also in our domestic business.
Please refer to articles on our website for specific examples that include improvements of the operating ratio of nuclear facilities.
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