Health Management


As a vibrant engineering team within the Nissan Group, Nissan Automotive Technology aim to create a work environment where each employee can actively demonstrate their abilities and experience personal growth through work.
To achieve this, it is essential that each and every employee is ”Healthy”.
With day-to-day activities of occupational safety and health,we declare to promoting the actions that focus on the employee's health.

CEO Akihiro Otomo


Nissan Automotive Technology is certified under the 2023 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations.
(the Large Enterprise Category)

Employees' health is the important theme which is not only individual problem but also influences the future of the company. So health management, which practices employee health management from a management perspective, is attracting attention.

Our company also believes that revitalizing the organization, such as improving productivity by maintaining and improving the health of employees, will lead to improved business performance and further increase corporate value. For that reason, we are working to create a workplace where people can work.

In recognition of our philosophy and initiatives, we have been certified as a ”Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations 2023 (Large Enterprise Category)" for four consecutive years operated by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi.
We will continue to actively engage in health promotion activities to maintain and improve the health of all employees.


Internal health-related structure

We have a support system in place to maintain and improve the health of our employees and to provide care in the event of illness.


Health issues

As a vibrant engineering team within the Nissan Group, Nissan Automotive Technology aim to create a work environment where each employee can actively demonstrate their abilities and experience personal growth through work. To achieve this, it is essential that each and every employee is ”Healthy”.


Main approaches

We will establish a contact point where employees can always consult, promote initiatives for the prevention and early detection of injuries and illnesses. And we aim to create an environment where everyone can work with peace of mind, too.

Approaches detail
Health and mental health consultation desk Counseling with a clinical psychologist in collaboration with an external organization
Health consultation by public health nurses and nurses
Initiatives for prevention and early detection
  • Health checkup rate 100%
  • Stress checks with an occupational health physician
  • Mental Self-care training
  • Comprehensive Health Checkup System(Ningen Dock), Well-Woman exam, Dental checkup, Influenza vaccination cost subsidy
  • Remote smoking cessation outpatient
  • Implementation of infectious disease countermeasures
Awareness activities to promote understanding of health
  • Providing health information to employees
  • Occupational Health Physician column posted on internal website
  • Health portal site in collaboration with Nissan Motor Health Insurance Society "PepUp"
Implementation of effectiveness verification
  • Recognized presenteeism during stress check and try to improve it
  • Workplace improvement activities

Health issues and main effectiveness verification indicators

We are verifying and making improvements to the promotion and implementation status of our main health maintenance activities.

Priority issues KPI Target FY20 FY21 FY22
Lifestyle disease prevention 1 Health checkup participation rate 100% 100% 100% 100%
2 Detailed examination participation rate (follow-up on results of health check) 33.1% (※) 44.5% 55.0%
3 Specific health guidance completion rate 40% or more 46.0% 47.3% 41.7%
4 Healthy weight maintenance rate
(BMI18.5 to less than 25)
66% or more 60.1% 59.1% 58.3%
5 Ratio of regular exercisers 25% or more 21.3% 24.1% 22.9%
Anti-smoking measures 6 Smoking rate 25% or less 24.8% 23.2% 23.3%
Mental health measures 7 Stress check examination rate 100% 94.8% 94.3% 94.2%
8 Self-care training participation rate
(Conducted twice a year from 2018)
100% 1) 96.0%
2) 94.0%
1) 83.3%
2) 92.5%
1) 91.1%
2) 92.3%

※Includes the percentage of patients who were unable to see a doctor due to the spread of COVID-19 infection.

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