ISO and CSR

Quality Management, Environmental and Social Contribution Activities


Quality Management (ISO 9001)

In November 1994, our company obtained ISO 9001 certification (Quality Management System) and has continued system production and operation based on these standards ever since.
We aim to improve and stabilize the quality of our products based on the "Quality Policy Statement."

- Quality Policy Statement -

Shinko Ind. Ltd. recognizes that creating products to obtain customer satisfaction is an important issue in business development, and actively strives for quality improvement and cost reduction.
In order to achieve this goal, we make the following quality policy statement:

  1. Establish and maintain a quality management system that complies with ISO 9001 (2015) standards and continually improve the effectiveness of the system.
  2. Reduce costs through quality improvement and increase global competitiveness.

    (1)To put this policy into practice, each division will work for a specific target annually and evaluate it based on the results.

    (2)To raise awareness and participation of all company employees, the company will focus on education and contribute to society through manufacturing as well as to the development of enterprises.

    (3)To sustain its relevance, this policy will be reviewed on a regular basis.

October 21, 2017
Shinko Ind. Ltd.
President and Representative Director Kanji Tsutsui

ISO 9001 (2008) Certification
(Certified by DNV GL)

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Acquired Classifications

Our company has been recognized in various classifications as a certified manufacturing company of pumps and turbines.
Certified classifications: NK, ABS, DNV GL, BV, LR, GL, KR, CCS, and RINA


Environment (ISO 14001)

Today environmental protection is an international issue, thus an active response is expected from corporations.
Our company published its first "Environmental Policy Statement" and started environmental conservation activities in August 1999.
We are working in compliance with the requirements of ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System) outlining eco-friendly regulations.

- Environmental Policy Statement -

Shinko Ind. Ltd. deeply recognizes global environment as an important issue for all humanity and is independantly involved in environmental conservation activities.
In order to achieve this goal, we make the following environmental policy statement.

  1. Implement an environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001 to make continuous improvements and also to prevent pollution.
  2. Work towards environmental protection with the participation of all employees.
  3. Set targets for energy and resource conservation, pollution prevention, and waste reduction, and review them on a regular basis.
  4. Comply with international environmental regulations, environment-related laws, ordinances, and agreements made with local governments in all business practices.
  5. Provide society with environmentally friendly products.

October 21, 2017
Shinko Ind. Ltd.
President and Representative Director Kanji Tsutsui

Shinko Worker’s Union
Union President, Haruhiko Tanaka

ISO 14001 (2004) Certification
(Certified by DNV GL)

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Implementations

Implementation of LED lighting and thermal barrier film within the company
Objective: Reduce energy consumption

  • LED Lighting
    LED Lighting
  • Thermal Barrier Film
    Thermal Barrier Film

Bringing in rechargeable high-capacity lithium ion battery system
Objective: Effectively use night time electricity and self-generated power plant surplus electricity

  • Enclosure
    Enclosure
  • Lithium Ion Batteries
    Lithium Ion Batteries
  • Water usage reduction by reviewing water-using appliances
  • Cleaning up around the company (clean-up project)
  • Installation of greenery for shade
  • Promotion of Certification Test for Environmental Specialists (Eco Test)
  • Publishing energy conservation awareness articles in the company magazine
  • Advertising and posting of environmental slogans within the company


Occupational Health and Safety Management (OHSAS 18001)

It is essential to provide health and safety in order to secure business continuity. For this goal, our company had been dedicated to various activities for a long time, but finally was certified with OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health Safety Management Systems) in March 2016. By paying careful attention to the safety of employees and all visitors to our factory, we continue to advance safety levels further by fulfilling requirements and regulations.

- Health and Safety Statement -

Shinko Ind. Ltd. promotes health and safety activities voluntarily, recognizes and controls hazards, develops the mental and physical wellness of the employees by creating a comfortable working environment, so we can proactively engage in maintaining and improving the levels of our health and safety.
In order to achieve this goal, we make the following occupational health and safety statement:

  1. Establish and maintain a management system that prevents industrial incidents and diseases by recognizing hazardous factors, and continually improves the effectiveness of occupational health and safety activities.
  2. Work towards enhancing a health and safety management with the participation of all employees.
  3. Set targets for health and safety, and review them on a regular basis.
  4. Comply with health and safety laws and company regulations, and advance further levels of the health and safety management.
  5. Provide education and training for health and safety, so each individual can improve their safety awareness and health control.

October 21, 2017
Shinko Ind. Ltd.
President and Representative Director, Kanji Tsutsui

Shinko Worker’s Union
Union President, Haruhiko Tanaka

OHSAS 180001 (2007) Certification
(Certified by DNV GL)

» View the certificate


Social Contribution Activities

We partake in community building activities primarily in Hiroshima City as well as in Fuchu-cho, Aki-gun where our head office and factories are located.

Implementations

  • Beautification of Hiroshima Youth Cultural Center (“Satoyama Forest Day” volunteering)
  • Participation in clean-up activities around the company every Thursday during lunch break


  • Beautification of Hiroshima Youth Cultural Center

  • clean-up activities during lunch break
  • Support for youth development activities at Hiroshima Youth Cultural Center.
    (Financial support through donations from the company and our employees, and human resource support at events with volunteers)
  • Participation in Anti-littering Campaign in Fuchu-cho
  • Participation in clean-up activities around Ohzu, Minami-ku, and Hiroshima City, as part of the Ota River Clean-up
  • Participation in the Ohzu School District Softball Friendship Tournament
  • Participation in Ecocap Movement activities for vaccine donations