The OUCC is committed to the provision of a safe and healthy working environment and have made “zero accident, zero injury, and zero pollution” as our goal. We have also complied with and introduced the relevant international SHE standards and regularly review the implementation of environmental health and safety to achieve protection of the global environment and the safety and health of our employees.
In the spirit of supporting industrial development and continuous improvement, OUCC joined the Taiwan Chemical Industry Responsible Care Association (TRCA) and is committed to pursuing a balance between industrial safety, health and environmental protection in accordance with the association’s mission of “recognizing the chemical industry’s responsibility to Taiwan society and continuously improving environmental, health and safety performance”
2020 Sustainable Performance
- Accumulated record of 4,910,000 disaster-free man-hours
- The 10 operational environment tests are in compliance with the relevant standards
- Labor representatives accounted for 50% of the occupational health and safety committee members
Safety management is one of the most important issues in the chemical industry, and is also the primary concern of our stakeholders. Therefore, OUCC continues to work on the internal chemical safety management system for a long time, applies the concept of potential risk assessment as “only safer, no safest” in production and manufacturing processes, and evaluate possible disasters through pre-conception and simulation. This attitude contributes to the establishment of a comprehensive company approach to “Prevention Measures”, “Chemical Transportation Safety”, “Manufacturing Process (Plant) Safety” and the “Emergent Contingency Plan”. We apply simulation to predict the occurrence of possible disaster situations, and make appropriate corrections to address deficiencies or shortcomings, continuing to improve safety management at all our plants.