The Company places great emphasis on ensuring workplace safety and promoting employee well-being, in accordance with the Safety, Health, Environment and Energy Policy.33 Therefore, the Company reviews its performance every year in order to improve our emergency management, escalate proactive workplace safety measures, and prepare for rigid preventive and emergency responses to build workplace safety and prevent loss of our employees and related personnel.
Apart from regular training related to occupational health and safety that the Company has provided every year. In 2018, the Company launched an e-Learning training on “Five Basic Workplace Hazards and Accidents” for employees at all levels. This course has raised employee awareness and understanding of five key hazards and accidents in the workplace while preparing them to promptly act in response when emergency occurs and preventing any potential loss. In addition, the Company published internal public relations media, such as posters and leaflets, to raise awareness and build a safety culture among all employees and workers.
Moreover, the Company determined the guideline for appointment of “Emergency Response Team” and equipment describing the preparation of personnel in forming the emergency response team by qualifications, roles and responsibilities, required training courses, annual physical examination, and preparation of appropriate countermeasures equipment. The guideline was set in order to ensure that the emergency response team is able to promptly response emergency situations covering five key hazards and accidents, and complying with relevant laws and regulations.
We track and analyze our performance on occupational health and safety through several key performance indicators including Lost Time Injury Rate (LTIR), Lost Day Injury Rate (LDIR), and Injury Rate (IR). These indicators enable us to improve our health and safety management throughout our operations.