Health, Safety, Security and Environment Policy

  
TPSC Asia Pte Ltd embodies the principles of Health, Safety, Security and Environment, consisting of 12 principles:
 
 
1.    Compliance with Laws and Regulations 
Management shall ensure full compliance with the applicable local laws, regulations, code of practice and standards where its operations is in line with the applicable industry.
 
2.    Management Leadership and Commitment 
All levels of Management shall be responsible for implementing the HSSE policy and maintaining HSE management system. Rigour, exemplarity, vigilance, presence on the field and involvement in all HSSE activities will be the key words. Adequate and clear organization will be put in place. Precise, achievable targets will be fixed and communicated to all. All levels of management will be yearly assessed on HSSE results. Sufficient and appropriate resources will be provided by the management.
 
3.    Operational Accountability 
All employees shall be accountable for smooth, proper, safe operations, risks control in their area, equipment and work tools entrusted to them. They will be self-discipline in following, making followed-up HSE rules and regulations to avoid incidents and minimize HSE impacts. They will have to report any dangerous situation or any HSSE rules deviation to their superior, and then management commits to take immediate corrective action.
 
4.    Risk Evaluation and Management 
All employees must ensure that hazards are identified, risks evaluated and control measures effectively implemented. These studies cover the risk of losing assets. Equipment integrity is regularly checked and adequate maintenance is done to reduce HSE risks. Management is committed to prevention of injury, ill-health, process safety incidents and continual improvement in WSH management and WSH performance.
 
5.    Contractors and Suppliers 
All contractors, suppliers shall be evaluated and selected based on their ability to comply with our HSSE rules. Contractors and suppliers obligations and responsibilities are clearly specified in contracts. Their HSE performance is appraised and communicated to them.
 
6.    Competency and Training 
Management shall evaluate the skills, competency of their employees. Their training needs will be identified during yearly appraisal. Adequate means will be provided to develop their skills.
 
7.    Emergency Preparedness 
Management shall identify all emergency scenarios and develop respective emergency response plans, test and review them regularly. ERP shall be communicated and approved by local authorities. Employees, contractors, suppliers, visitors on site will be informed on how to react in case of emergency.
 
8.    Learning from Events 
Company will encourage all employees and subcontractors to report any HSSE abnormality, incident. Proper investigation will be conducted based on the seriousness and corrective actions will be taken to avoid recurrence. All relevant parties will be informed of the investigation’s results and communicated to accordingly.
 
9.    Audits 
Company shall carry out periodic audits, inspections to identify deviations and line management will be accountable to ensure appropriate action plans are defined and implemented on time.
 
10.  Transparency regarding Stakeholders 
All employees shall adopt “Positive Attitude” encouraging constructive, transparent attitude towards stakeholders with respect to its HSSE activities. Focus will be done on the communication on the nature of its activities and preventive measures implemented to ensure good HSSE.
 
11.  Improving HSE Performance
Company aims for continual improvement in HSSE and will ensure the well-being of personnel working in the company are not compromised as a result of the site operations. Qualitative, quantitative KPIs are set every year, are monitored and reviewed during regular management reviews.
 
12.  Protection of Environment & Energy Conservation
Company is committed to protection of environment including prevention of pollution and effectively manage energy resources and reduce impact on the climate and environment. It is the duty of all on site to conserve energy, by properly designing, reviewing, improving purchasing and operating procedures. Management shall ensure proper monitoring and necessary actions are taken for continual improvement. When possible, alternative energies will be considered.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
Mak Yuen Chau
General Manager
 
03 January 2017