In accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act, an Occupational Safety and Health Committee is established, combining TQM (Total Quality Management) improvement initiatives. The committee holds regular monthly meetings, with the General Manager serving as the overall responsible person and senior executives acting as chairpersons. First-line supervisors, labor representatives, and safety officers from each department participate in the meetings. The committee reviews, coordinates, and provides recommendations on occupational safety and health practices and the implementation of the 6S methodology within the company's operations.
The Occupational Safety and Health Annual Plan includes at least 16 management objectives for tracking and management. It is jointly promoted by various departments, with related departments involved in planning and implementation. In addition, an internal/external accident and disaster notification procedure is established. Accident investigations cover the type of accident, direct and indirect causes, severity of the accident, follow-up improvement measures, and ongoing care and monitoring. This information serves as preventive measures and for resumption of work assessments.
Employees are encouraged to report potential occupational accidents or hazards through the "Suggestion Box" to enhance collective workplace safety and health management, making safety and health an essential element in everyone's work.
|Certificate||Public training for employees||In-house training for employees||Total qualified employees|
|Occupational Safety Officer||0||1||1|
|Organic Solvent Supervisor||1||0||1|
|Fire Safety Manager||1||0||1|
|First Aid Personnel||4||1||5|
|Overhead Crane Operator||22||2||24|