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Material processing industry

As a standard for matters related to employment related to specific skills employment contracts, in light of the circumstances specific to the field of the material processing industry, it has been defined based on the notification based on the specific skills standards ordinance, Article 1 Section 1 Item 7 of the Ministry of Specific Skills.

It is required that the establishments in which the No. 1 specific skilled foreign workers in the field of the form material industry are active are performing any of the following industries listed in the Japanese Standard Industry Classification.

1 Subdivision 2194-mold manufacturing industry (including core)

2 Minor classification 225-Iron shape material manufacturing industry

3 Minor Classification 235-Non-ferrous metal material manufacturing industry

4 Subdivision 2424-Work tool manufacturing industry

5 Subdivision 2431-Manufacturing industry for plumbing accessories (excluding valves and cocks)

6 Minor Classification 245-Manufacturing of metal material products

7 Subclass 2465-metal heat treatment industry

8 Subclasses 2534-Industrial kiln furnace manufacturing industry

9 Subclass 2592-Valve and accessories manufacturing industry

10 Subdivision 2651-Casting equipment manufacturing industry

11 Subdivision 2691-Metal mold, parts and accessories manufacturing industry

12 Subdivision 2692-Non-metal mold, parts and accessories manufacturing industry

13 Subdivision 2929-Other industrial electrical machinery manufacturing industry (including for vehicles and vessels)

14 Subdivision 3295-Industrial model manufacturing industry

The fact that the industries listed in the above-mentioned Japanese Industrial Classification are conducted means that shipments of manufactured goods, etc. occur for the items listed in the items 1 to 14 in the last 1 year at the site where the 1st designated skill foreigner is engaged in business. Refers to what you are doing. The product shipment value, etc. is the total of the product shipment value, the processing fee income, the waste shipment value and other incomes in the most recent year, and the consumption tax and liquor tax, tobacco tax, volatile oil tax and local volatilization It refers to the amount including tax. With 1 shipment of product, what was manufactured with raw materials belonging to possession of the establishment (including what was manufactured by supplying raw materials to domestic establishments of other companies) is the business during the last one year When shipped from the office. In addition, the following are included in the shipment of manufactured products. We handed over to other establishments belonging to 1 same company

2 Used in-house (used as the final product at the establishment)

3 Products for consignment sales (excluding those that have not been sold and those that have been returned within the last year)

  1. The amount of processing rental income refers to the amount received when processing or processing is performed on a product or semi-finished product belonging to the ownership of another company, manufactured from the main raw materials belonging to the ownership of the other company during the last year It means the processing fee to be received. 3 The amount of other income is other than the above 1 and 2 and the amount of shipment of waste (for example, resale income (purchased or received and sold as it is), repair fee income, refrigerated storage fee and surplus power of private power generation Amount of sales income, etc.).

Foreign workers who accept No. 1 specified skills in the form material industry are required to engage in work requiring skills that require considerable knowledge or experience as specified in Article 1 (1) of the Ordinance on Specified Skill Standards By the way, you must be mainly engaged in the work described in this Schedule which requires the skills confirmed by passing the exam described in this Schedule. ○Also, as described in the field-specific operation guidelines, it is acceptable to engage in related work in which Japanese people who are engaged in the work will normally be engaged.

In addition, for example, the following can be assumed to be applicable to related work (Note) It is not permitted to engage exclusively in related work.

1 Procurement and transportation of raw materials and parts

2 Front and back process work of each job type

3 Cranes, forklifts, etc. Operation work

4 Cleaning and maintenance work

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