Occupational Safety and Health

The Company strives to provide employees with a safe and healthy workplace and maintain the safety of visitors and subcontractors. The Company continues to obtain the ISO 45001 Occupational health and safety management systems, and has obtained the Healthy Workplace Certification from the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Management System

Health Risk Identification and Management

Every year, Phison implements better health check-ups than required by law. After reviewing health check-up reports and analyzing the processes of relevant operations, we identified four health risks that pose the greatest threat to employees, including: traffic accidents in travel to/from work; metabolic syndrome; anomalous workload; and human-factors hazards. We carefully regarded these four risks and proposed preventive measures, as well as continually evaluated and improved on the measures.

Analysis of Occupational Injuries

In 2021, there were no deaths resulting from major industrial accidents in the Company. There were a total of ten occupational injuries, all of which resulted from traffic accidents during employees' travels to/from work. The Company's goal for occupational safety and health is to maintain zero major occupational disasters. Below is the statistical information of occupational injury in recent years:

Note 1: Total working hours are the working hours of all employees.
Note 2: According to the guidance of GRI403-9, occupational injury data does not include traffic accidents during travels to/from work.
Note 3: Disabling injury frequency rate (FR) = number of occupational injuries × 1,000,000 / total working hours.
Note 4: Disabling injury severity rate (SR) = total lost days × 1,000,000 / total working hours.
Note 5: Major occupational disasters are defined as (1) fatal disasters (2) disasters with more than three victims (3) disasters with more than one casualty and requiring hospitalization (4) other disasters designated and announced by the central competent authority.