Our comprehensive safety culture goes beyond implementing safety regulations. It includes constant awareness and integrating safety standards and measures into our company. GC set target for Personal Safety Management and regularly monitor results through clear indicators, such as TRIR (Total Recordable Injuries Rate) at 0.5 cases per one million man-hours and LTIFR (Lost Time Injuries Frequency Rate) at zero case per one million man-hours.
GC has implemented the several personal safety projects, including Near Miss Terminator, Management Safety Walk and Supervisor Skill Workshop. GC has also recorded and analyzed the historical and statistical data that are equivalent to global safety standard to enhance the safety culture for employee at all level. In this regard, we analyze other safety data to develop the Life Saving Rules.
Always use safety harness when working at height
Always operate according to work permit
Assess energy isolation prior to working
Always operate according to working in confined space permit
Despite the health and safety programs for the employees, GC recognizes the importance of subcontractor’s health and safety and conducts several projects
Hand Injury Protective Tools Project
The assessment of operators’ safety risks as well as statistics on accidents and injuries have indicated that the majority injuries occur to their hands and fingers. Consequently, GC has initiated the Hand Injuries Awareness Program since 2017. This program focuses on raising employee awareness on accidents and collaborating with contractors to develop appropriate working tools to reduce the injury rate of employees and contractors. This year, GC has applied engineering control principles to improve protection from injuries by developing hand injury protective tools, such as wrenches with straps and slugging wrenches with spring handle. Moreover, GC has published a user manual for operators as a guideline to selecting the suitable tool for the job.
Furthermore, GC has defined hand injury prevention as one of the assessment criteria for suppliers and contractors. They are also required to use risk and accident reduction tools recognized by the company while operating. As a result of a diligent implementation of the project, the hand injury rate of this year has fallen for 88% from last year.
Reviewed statistics to determine the cause of operators’ accidents from 2012 to 2016. Results indicated that most accidents occurred to the hands and fingers. Therefore, GC initiated the “Hand Injury Awareness Project” to identify hand injury risks and determine ways to prevent and reduce injuries.
Further extended the “Hand Injury Awareness Project” to develop risk reduction tools to minimize hand use in operations.
Expanded the scope of the “Hand Injury Awareness Project” by developing and enhancing the efficiency of hands-free risk reduction tools based on first-hand experience of contractors and suppliers.
Continued to upgrade the efficiency of risk reduction tools using engineering principles and stipulate that contractors and suppliers must use these tools while operating.
In 2020, GC has strengthened the safety standards and reliability of operating sites by establishing additional occupational safety requirements in the Service Level Agreement. Suppliers are required to possess working permit and have safety management systems as well as safety measures for their personnel. Furthermore, GC has managed its supplier risk by verifying the qualifications of suppliers.
. GC has conducted assessment on the suppliers’ safety performance on an annual basis. The Supplier ESG Audit has also been implemented on suppliers in order to ensure that quality suppliers and contractors are sourced in line with to GC’s safety standards.
Our firm and continuous execution of personal safety and safety culture operations has contributed to the steady improvement in Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR), Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) and Occupational Illness Frequency Rate (OIFR).
Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) (cases per 1 million man-hours)
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) (cases per 1 million man-hours)