Samsung Engineering's top priority is to bring safety to our employees, clients, suppliers, and stakeholders, and executes projects with systematic strategies. We are making every effort to raise employee safety awareness to establish a safe workplace.
Samsung Engineering's Health & Safety management system aims at maintaining and improving employees' safety level through establishing safety rules and sharing them. We acquired OHSAS 18001 certification from TÜV for the first time in 2005, and updated it with the OHSAS 18001:2007 certification for all projects sites at home and abroad in 2007. We continuously improve the Health & Safety management system and conduct various activities.
Samsung Engineering strives to ensure improved health and safety for everyone through the health & safety management system following four steps.
Safety audits are conducted regularly to improve and standardize safety performance at every site, in every country we work in. Through this audit process, health and safety performance is quantified and then circulated throughout the company as "Best Practices and Lessons Learned Case Studies."
We adopted an advanced incident analysis system to prevent incidents to conduct integrated management of safety statistics. In addition, the organization dedicated to incident management regularly collects and analyzes incidents and near miss cases occurring at the project sites in Korea and overseas and, in accordance with the results, establishes incident prevention measures and conducts a variety of company-level safety training and campaigns.
The company strives to improve the health and safety performance of all project sites and offices. Routine assessments and training sessions are conducted to guarantee that our employees and subcontractors are safe and healthy.
Safety-Corrective Action Request (S-CAR) is a system used to create a database of HSE issues. Drawing on that database, construction managers can quickly address and resolve safety issues on the jobsite.
Samsung Engineering developed 10 Safety Golden Rules based on the Zero Tolerance principle. Through the rules, Samsung Engineering prevents incidents in advance and creates the culture to help the employees proactively engage in safety management and voluntarily lead the culture aiming at preventing an incident.
In order to improve safety awareness, Samsung Engineering provides health & safety training to all employees and subcontractors.
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Samsung Engineering has contracted with a third-party HSE assurance firm to audit and verify our health and safety management system. This verification process reinforces the effectiveness and reliability of Samsung Engineering’s health and safety management system.
Samsung Engineering's Health & Safety Management system aims to outperform regulatory standards at all project sites around the world.