Material Topics
Occupational Health and Safety
Impact Level
Supplier and Business Partner


  • No complaints related to safety and sudden production disruptions caused by accidents.

  • Zero Tier 1 Process Safety Events (PSE).

  • No fatal accidents for both employee and sub-contractor.

  • Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) of employees and contractors is less than 0.45 cases per 1 million man-hours.

  • Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) of employees and contractors is equal to 0 case per 1 million man-hours.

Challenges and Opportunities

Occupational health and safety is one of the fundamental keystones in how GC conducts its business. Inappropriate safety management can cause disruption to the production process and affect the operation of our stakeholders along the supply chain. In order to become the leader in sustainability management, GC has employed new innovations, and developed a safety management infrastructure and guideline as well as strengthens employee safety awareness internally and externally, which include all types of activities carried out by employees and contractors through cultivating safety culture in process safety management, and personal safety management, in order to streamline our safety operations as well as to avoid any incidents

Management Approach GRI 3-3 (2021)


GC strives to become a Zero Incident, Zero Complaint, Zero Unplanned Shutdown (Zero ICU) organization while achieving operational excellence. Accordingly, we recognize and take into account all impacts on business operations and stakeholders. GC has implemented an occupational health and safety management system as well as innovation to align our business operations with both national and international laws, regulations, rules, and standards. At the same time, we do not cease to evolve with change in order to become a model organization in occupational health and safety.

Occupational Health and Safety Management GRI 403-1 (2018)

GC has established the Quality, Security, Safety, Occupational Health, Environment, and Business Continuity (QSHEB) Policy, and developed a safety management infrastructure and guideline that coincides with GC Management System (GCMS), Process Safety Management (PSM), Contractor Safety Management (CSM) and ISO 45001. GC also strengthens employee safety awareness both within and outside the organization, including GC’s partners. Furthermore, GC has formulated a Business Continuity Management (BCM) plan to address emergency situations that could potentially affect safety and business in an effort to upgrade safety operations and achieve the ultimate goal of becoming a Zero Incident, Zero Complaint, Zero Unplanned Shutdown (Zero ICU) organization.

Nevertheless, GC has introduced the following plans to strengthen personal safety and process safety during 2021 and 2026.

Safety Management Direction (2021 - 2026)

GRI 403-2 (2018), 403-5 (2018), 403-7 (2018)

OHS Culture

Strengthen B-CAREs projects to raise employee’s awareness in safety.


Proactive Safety Management

Streamline proactive risk management and categorize safety management according to priority of projects in order to identify hazards and prevent potential recurrence of incidents or losses.


Personal & Process Safety Management

Encourage relevant stakeholders, consisting of GC Group, contractors, and key suppliers, to define clear structures, duties, and responsibilities at all levels of personal and process safety management.


Operational Discipline

Maintain and strengthen operational discipline among GC Group, contractors, and key suppliers as well as regularly conduct appropriate safety trainings for all levels of stakeholders such as fire fighting, emergency drill and crude oil spill into the sea.

Quality, Security, Safety, Occupational Health, Environment, and Business Continuity: QSHEB Policy
Standard ISO 14001
Standard ISO 45001
Business Continuity Management
Supply Chain Management
Sustainability Performance Data