Transportation Safety Information Disclosure

President of Tokeidai Bus Corporation, Takanobu Kimura

Basic Policies

1. The president of Tokeidai Bus Corporation is deeply aware that ensuring transportation safety is the foundation of business management, and will ensure that employees are fully aware that transportation safety is of the utmost importance, and will also play a leading role in ensuring transportation safety within the company.

2. Tokeidai Bus Corporation is committed to putting the customer first and providing safe and reliable transportation with a motto of safe and comfortable driving and service that sets the standard in the industry.

3. We will accurately implement the PDCA cycle regarding safety, and all employees will work together to constantly strive to improve transportation safety. In addition, we will proactively disclose information on transportation safety.

Priority Policies

1. Enforcement of the "Five Safety Declarations" and "Ten Precepts of Safe Driving"

2. Continue to hold training sessions for new and mid-level drivers and review meetings for those involved in accidents.

3. Conduct safety workshops twice a year (May and November).

4. Accident-free record on target.

5. Appropriate control of working hours and ride distance.

6. Reflect reports from crew members.

7. Complete medical checkups.

8. Ensure safety management.

9. Management of safe driving using drive recorder data.

Targets and Status of Achievement

1. traffic accident
(1) Zero fatalities and serious injuries due to traffic accidents.
(2) Zero accidents caused by backed-up vehicles.
(3) Aim for no more than 10 accidents in which the driver was responsible for the accident.
(4) To reduce the number of vehicle breakdowns during operation to 5 or less.
(5) Prevent rash driving
(6) Prevention of excessive speed

2. Workplace Accidents
Zero annual occurrence.

Plan for Safety

1. increase interest in health care (SAS (Sleep Apnea Syndrome) checkups, brain doc visits, and eye pressure checkups).

2. Reinforcement of alcohol checks at remote locations
(installation of more alcohol checkers, patrol checks, and checks using a digital camera)

3. Have crew members who have been with the company for less than five years take a lifesaving course offered by the Sapporo Disaster Prevention Association.

4. Strengthen vehicle maintenance.
(Inventory control of parts, etc., implementation of 45-day inspection, implementation of re-direction, reinforcement of training for new employees)