PURPOSEWhat is our role in society?
Day in and day out,
at any time,
we protect the safety of
to support a stable society.
How do we achieve that?MISSION
By refining construction
technologies with high efficiency
and low environmental impact
to respond to the challenges
of society and our customers.
By creating a safe and
environment for technicians
regardless of gender or nationality
to contribute to the development
of the industry.
We aim to be a cool person
and organization without
being self-important to be a company that we can be proud of
to society and our families.
What we aim forSTATEMENT
In Japan, where natural disasters such as earthquakes and typhoons are common, we have to live with disasters that may occur at any time.
We are engaged in projects related to maintenance and repair to minimize damage in the event of disasters, and we work as the first mover to restart the social infrastructure so that people can use it safely with peace of mind.
In our daily work, we constantly seek not only safety, but also human resource development, work productivity, and technological innovation. We aim to create an environment where diverse people can work, imagining working together with people of different languages around the world.
And aiming for an environment that is easy for everyone to work in may lead to collaborations with robots in the future.
We also believe that our day-to-day training to respond to disasters will lead to the opportunity to give back to society as a company that can, at any time, help in the fast recovery of disaster-stricken areas.
We go beyond just being technicians.
We will bring innovation to our day-to-day work and lead it to support society.
We aim to be a company that will be called first (dai-ichi) in the world and in the universe.
DAI-ICHI CUTTER vision movie
Through all our efforts,
DAI-ICHI CUTTER aims to
create a virtuous cycle
that contributes to the safety and security of society.
Leading the industry and contributing
We share challenges with third parties such as competitors, major general contractors, plant manufacturers, business partners, and universities to promote improvement of the technical capabilities of the industry as a whole through collaborative development.
Development example: Hydro-Jet RD method
Creating an environment
where everyone can work comfortably
A shortage of human resources and engineers also affects the safety of society.
We aim to gradually break down stereotypes about the industry, branding technicians, backing up diverse work styles, and enhancing training and benefits.
planning and technology
We have a fully equipped trial construction yard and develop methods and technologies to solve “problems” at the site.
We also focus on developing methods that take into consideration the environment and urban living.
Supporting the safety and security
of local communities
DAI-ICHI CUTTER has offices throughout Japan to support the maintenance and repair of social infrastructure.
In addition to preparing for accidents and disasters, we also go beyond the business boundary to engage in various social contribution activities needed in the community.