Health and Safety Management System
We have established a sophisticated occupational health and safety management system, together with a four-level management organization structure composed of the Group’s QHSE Planning Department – Regional Quality Department – HSE Department in each local company – each company and department. Our QHSE Accidents and Incidents Management Measures has made detailed specifications on the types, levels, handling procedures, rectification and acceptance inspection of accidents and incidents. Through the measures, we regulate the management and handling of work-related accidents and incidents that take place during work, such as fires, explosions, construction hazards, occupational diseases, accidental injuries in workplaces, group health incidents, and exposure to dangerous goods.
Subject to applicable national and regional laws and regulations, CTI has been identifying potential HSE risks in production and operation, and establishing measures and emergency management accordingly. This task covers a wide range of fields, including chemicals, firefighting, environment, occupational health, special equipment and special operations. Meanwhile, safety management and culture are promoted across the Group. We have formulated the QHSE Whistleblowing Management Measures to encourage all employees to monitor and report QHSE-related management defects and risks, so as to avoid and reduce accidents caused thereby.
Health and Safety Training and Education
In accordance with national policies and acts on work safety, we have formulated the Safety Education and Training Regulations. Together with an annual safety training and education plan, we ensure our managers, employees (special positions and operations), and new recruits receive proper safety training and education, and meanwhile deliver safety knowledge to external staff and contractors.
We promote safety culture and organize safety training across the Group on a regular basis. All employees are required to learn national laws and regulations, as well as position-specific rules, operating procedures and safety knowledge. Other safety initiatives include training in preventing fires, explosions, and toxication, safe practice drills, investigation of hidden dangers, technical seminars and safety education videos watching. We also produce materials such as bulletins and brochures to popularize safety knowledge.
In 2020, CTI developed 8 online training courses, and organized 35 online training sessions, engaging 2,999 participants. 2 video teaching courses came into being as well. Learning tasks were sent to new hires via the E-learning platform, with a coverage rate of 100%; and 3,205 employees joined in the study.