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Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy

Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy

TTCL Public Company Limited is a leading integrated EPC contractor that specializes in design, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of turnkey projects for both industrial and process plants including related facilities, mainly in the fields of petrochemicals, chemicals, energy and power industries.

As safety of our employees and concerned parties including environmental protection are our highest priorities. Then the company has implemented the Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems to establish and maintain safe and healthy working conditions. Thus, the President& CEO has established the HSE Policy Statement as following;

  1. TTCL committed to establish and maintain safe and healthy working conditions in order to prevent injury or ill health of employees and concerned parties including environmental protection.
  2. TTCL shall execute project and construction management activities in compliance with applicable legal and other HSE requirements including company and project’s procedures.
  3. TTCL regards that the compliance with company and project’s procedures to establish and maintain safe and healthy working conditions including environmental protection are duty and responsibility of employees and concerned parties which included subcontractors and business partners. Supervisor and manager at all levels have to act as role models by leading, supporting and encouraging their subordinates to be aware of working safely and environmentally conscious.
  4. TTCL shall provide the necessary resources to support the implementation of the Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems including hazard elimination and hazards and HSE risks reduction.
  5. TTCL shall support and promote employees’ participation and consultation in the implementation of the Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management.
  6. HSE Policy, Objectives and its effectiveness shall be reviewed annually by Top management for theirs suitability and determine the opportunity for continual improvement of the Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems.

As of July 23rd, 2018