We delivered occupational health and safety training covering a range of topics including slip, trip and fall prevention, fire prevention, working at height, heatstroke awareness, manual handling, road safety and emergency response. In early 2021, senior executives from across the Group completed a safety leadership course accredited by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
Swire Properties introduced a compulsory online health and safety training in 2019. By the end of 2021, all senior management, line managers, frontline and office staff had completed the training. In the Chinese Mainland virtual reality (VR) simulations of health and safety hazards and scenarios are used to enable staff to practice responding to emergencies. Smart safety helmets that can track whether contracted construction workers are wearing them correctly were tested on a site in Beijing.
Swire Coca-Cola continued to roll out the “Life Saving Rules” campaign across its four markets. The campaign, which includes videos, quizzes, self-assessment and gap analysis, is part of a global initiative by The Coca-Cola Company.
HAECO launched a Safety and Quality Initiative Seed Fund to encourage business units to bring new methodologies and ideas for improving people safety and enhancing service quality. It shows safety announcements on television screens (Safety TV) to share the latest safety information videos with all staff including subcontractors.
Swire Pacific Offshore enhanced and simplified its Permit to Work application procedure. Swire Resources introduced a recognition scheme for safety ambassadors which rewards outstanding performance with coupons.