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Support for Women
Women principal domains: Medical and Sewing
Products of Nagaileben are mainly for women, who work as a nursing staff or a care worker. At production sites of Nagaileben, many women staff has been engaged in sewing. Activities of Nagaileben are linked to support for women.
Regional Contribution through Production Base
We have manufactured medical clothing by itself. Nowadays, factories are in Akita pref. Japan, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. Also we have contributed to the development of regional community such as job creation, ability development and life circle improvement.
Medical Kids Project
Miffy’s Visits to Hospitals For interchange between hospitals and local communities, we have continued Medical Kids Project and Miffy’s visits to hospitals. This activities started from our wish that children in hospital will be at ease.
Respect for Customers
Communication Space for Nurse “ITONA” gallery
Commemorating our 100th anniversary year, we opened Japan‘s First communication space for nurse, “ITONA” gallery.
– We have donated subscription, medical wear and wheelchairs when natural disasters occured such as SARS, great earthquake at Indonesia, Han‐Shin Awaji Earthquake disaster, Great East Japan earthquake and Kumamoto earthquake.
-We have published anthology for nurse regularly and made gifts for hospitals or nurses free of charge.
-Support United Nations World Food Programme(WFP).
– We received recognition from the Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare, as one of the best contributed companies in employment of people with disabilities.
-We acquired ISO14001 certification in 2005. Production factories of Nagaileben use a management system based on ISO 14001. We strive to improve management structures and reduce environmental impacts, such as re-use of shredded waste cloth material.
-Considering not only ourselves but hospitals, we developed new product “COMPELPAK”, which shifts “Re-use” from “Disposable”, and has sold it. “COMPELPAK” is the surgical wear which enables hospital to reduce waste and be more economical.