Immediately following the disaster, we distributed the gasoline which was difficult to obtain, to medical care workers on priority.
In cooperation with the local woodworkers’ association, we donated collapsible and compact short legged tables to people who had been forced to live in temporary housing due to the damage they suffered in the Great East Japan Earthquake.
In cooperation with numerous other local enterprises, we donated gas stoves to the people living in evacuation shelters, before the onset of the winter cold.
In Iwaki City, many fire engines were lost in the Great East Japan Earthquake, while many are wearing out. Though one fire engine per year, we continue to present fire engines as a token of our gratitude for the hard work of fire department personnel, firefighters and fire engines at the time of the disaster.
Being a company that works on hybrid cars, and wishing to promote familiarity with hybrid cars among the general public, we have donated such vehicles to Iwaki Municipal Government as well as traffic safety associations and crime prevention associations all over the Iwaki area.
Wishing to be of assistance to local events and children, we lend pink Crown cars that are known affectionately as “Momotaro”. They are put on display in traffic safety parades and at local festivals and so on.
We support the activities of Joban District Lady Firefighters Club, which was established in 2014 with the goals of promoting fire prevention awareness and ideas in households.
We believe that locally based tradition and culture are community treasures that should be retained for future generations. TOYO SYSTEM actively makes small contributions every year.
(Concept behind contributions)
一. Support activities for the betterment of local children’s activities.
一. Support groups that are working to bequeath local cultural activities to future generations.
一. Support tradition and culture through supporting groups that conduct activities aimed at vitalizing the local community.
TOYO SYSTEM keeps disaster stockpiles for use by employees, employees’ families, and local citizens at all of its business centers in readiness for major disasters or any other unforeseen occurrences. Moreover, it has deployed trucks for transporting stockpile items and has a system for ensuring the rapid delivery of goods. Moreover, in readiness for situations where employees cannot return home, we supply disaster prevention rucksacks containing food, etc. to employees and provide home stockpile items to households.
|Stockpile Quantities at Each Center (as of October 2015)|
|5-year water (for drinking and cooking)||8,998 liters|
|Cooked and dry-packed rice||5,870 meals|
|Canned bread||4,358 meals|
|Portable toilets||8,200 visits|
|Toilet paper||1,536 rolls|
|Tissue paper||660 boxes|