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CPC holds its 2017 Industrial Safety Awareness program:Implementing safety protocols and building a LOHAS* workplace.

CPC holds its 2017 Industrial Safety Awareness program:Implementing safety protocols and building a LOHAS* workplace.

 

14 September 2017

CPC held its 2017 Industrial Safety Awareness program from 17 July to 18 August. As with previous such events, the aim was to underline the importance of industrial safety and occupational wellness and to heighten both employees’ and contractors’ awareness of the subject. The program’s opening ceremony took place in the 13th floor auditorium of CPC’s Taipei office building and featured the company’s then-Chairman, Derek Chen, leading senior managers from all of its business units in signing-up to a zero-accident commitment as well as taking an oath to both fully implement safety protocols and build a LOHAS workplace.

 

CPC has held an Industrial Safety Awareness program every year since 2013, the intention being to constantly improve the quality of the work the company puts into workplace safety and health matters, along with the wish to enhance employees’ and contractors’ knowledge of safety and security methodology.

 

This year’s theme was comprised of ‘Safety is a process…better recycling …and a LOHAS workplace’. It encapsulated the overall aim of both raising administrative standards in the safety process area and lowering the operational abnormality rate through scheduled equipment inspection and maintenance, managing changes and workforce training.

 

The event also showcased the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) model as a means of strengthening management of CPC’s industrial safety and loss-avoidance system in that it reduces the number of potential risks. The company also calls on all of its business unit heads to exercise care and concern for the state of their colleagues’ health and to promote those activities of both body and mind that are conducive to establishing a LOHAS working environment.

 

CPC’s Chairman Chen observed that this year’s event is the fifth iteration of the Industrial Safety Awareness program and expressed the hope that its ongoing implementation will help consolidate everyone’s knowledge of workplace safety and security principles.

 

The content of CPC’s 2017 Industrial Safety Awareness program included presentations on managing the industrial safety process and on workplace health issues, as well as training in firefighting and advice on staying safe in traffic.

 

As a supplementary activity to help its people gain a better understanding of the laws covering occupational safety and health and related matters, the company will organize an Industrial Safety Knowledge Contest designed to advance their personal familiarity with the essentials of workplace safety and security.