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Industrial Safety & Health

Industrial Safety & Health

Since both petroleum and natural gas are easily combustible, CPC has always placed extreme emphasis on industrial safety, health and fire prevention in order to ensure trouble-free production operations and ensure the safety of the lives and property of both employees and residents in communities around plants and wells. In addition to operating in accordance with domestic laws and regulations, CPC has also established safety and fire rules - with reference to regulations in advanced countries such as Europe, America, and Japan - which conform to both conditions in the Taiwan area and the characteristics of the company’s own business.


Industrial safety lies at the basis of CPC’s operations. To achieve the goal of "100% industrial safety and zero accidents," CPC embraces a policy of "safety discipline and thorough inspection, health promotion and responsible care, risk management in system operations, and continuous improvement and sustainable operations" in constant upgrading of safety culture. Our industrial safety performance is recognized not only at home but internationally as well, as manifested by receiving a plaque from the World Safety Organization in 2005.


The key points of CPC’s industrial safety and occupational health operations at the present time are as follows:


● Implementation of the Taiwan Occupational Safety and Health Management System (TOSHMS), and continuous improvement of the operating environment.


● Strengthening the safety management of contractors and establishment of contractor autonomy so as to reduce contractors' occupational hazards.


● Scheduled review of industrial safety and health regulations and continuous review and amendment of standard operating procedures.


● Strengthening industrial safety management, holding scheduled employee health examinations, analysis and follow-up of physical examination information, promotion of health improvement and emphasis on the mental health of employees.


● Implementation of risk management and equipment integrity operations, establishment of equipment safety management processes, thorough implementation of the oil tank and pipeline inspection function and establishment of a long-distance oil and gas pipeline monitoring and leak detection system.


● Strengthening fire-fighting management, organization of a professional fire-fighting team and guidance for the various units involved in carrying out fire-pump function testing. Five fire/safety technical manuals have been published.


●Implementation of graded on-site safety inspections and continuous improvement of the safety record through compliance at the functional, management and executive levels.


● Strengthening industrial safety inspections, including "management by walking around" by ranking officials; professional industrial safety inspections; and pre-startup inspections of new and renovated factories. All deficiencies that are discovered are to be followed up through the information system and resolved.


● Planning and implementation of safety/environment training and education for different applications; establishment and provision of online study courses and an industrial safety test-question databank; and compilation and publication of accident case studies.

● Reinforcement of the functions of the Safety Information Center, lending of materials for reading and provision of an Internet data inquiry service system.