Safety and health concept and management
In addition to complying with the "Occupational Safety and Health Policy", the company continues to improve occupational safety and health in order to pursue an occupational safety culture of "zero accidents and zero occupational hazards" for employees, third-party manufacturers and external personnel operating in the Century Wind Power Plant area, so as to reduce the probability of injury accidents. to a minimum. In addition, in order to achieve policy goals, Century Wind Power has carried out related activities such as: HSE safety inspections several times a week, regular environmental safety meetings and toolbox meetings, risk assessment and construction method meetings (RAMS), in-plant observation logs, Incentive programs and related training, etc.
Occupational Safety and Health Committee
Century Wind Power sets up an Occupational Safety and Health Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Safety Committee) in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Management Measures, and holds a meeting every quarter. In addition to presenting the implementation and performance of environmental safety and health every quarter, both employers and employees jointly lead the work environment on safety issues. , health, environmental issues or decision-making communication, coordination and promotion, to ensure that employees perform their duties in a safe manner and establish a safety culture. In addition, employees can also express their complaints or suggestions related to environmental safety and health on the job through the safety committee.
Structure of Occupational Safety and Health Committee
Labor work environment monitoring
Century Wind Power legally entrusts a qualified monitoring agency to conduct regular monitoring of labor operating environment, and to determine whether the measurement results comply with laws and regulations. In 2021, the company's operating environment monitoring projects include office illumination, noise, carbon dioxide in the operating environment and dust in the operating environment, all of which are qualified.
Occupational health education