• 40.2 General Considerations

    40.2.1 Rationale The work environment has become increasingly complex and requires continuous improvement in knowledge, competencies, and skills. A...

  • 40.1 Policy

    The OIST Graduate University recognizes that the success of the University depends on all employees, whatever their role, having the relevant skills, ...

  • 41.8 Definitions

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  • 41.6 Forms

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  • 41.5 Procedures

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  • 41.4 Responsibilities

    41.4.1 Employees Employees are responsible for complying with all laws, regulations, and University requirements related to workplace health and safe...

  • 41.3 Rules

    41.3.1 Health Examination Details are described in Article 69, Rules of Employment and Article 56,  Rules of Employment for Part-time Employees....

  • 41.2 General Considerations

    The University’s Safety and Health Management rules complies with the Industrial Safety and Health Act (Act No. 57 of 1972). In addition, the Univer...

  • 41.1 Policy

    The OIST Graduate University is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its employees. The University offers training, programs, and...

  • 41. Workplace Health and Safety

    Approved by the President Labor Standard Act Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance Act Industrial Safety and Health Act ...