We are committed to achieving the best possible health and safety performance and developing
correct safety behavior throughout our organization. Every effort is made to sustain an excellent
We aim to take all necessary precautions to limit occupational accidents and incidents at the workplace. We are utilizing international
best practices available through the extensive network of our parent company ENGIE. Such best practices include the reduction and
ultimate elimination of the occurrence of accidents and incidents by focusing on a hierarchy of systematic prevention, eliminating
the possible causes of accidents, training employees and enhancing vigorous job safety analysis. Glow is extending efforts towards
achieving the occupational health and safety principles beyond its own organization and works constructively with our contractors to
applying the same standards.
In 2017, we had launched “Safety for School” CSR project to share the knowledge and experience of Glow’s employees in the area
of energy and safety with students around our power plants. Apart from promoting the energy efficiency, Glow aims to increase the
safety awareness among children, who in turn can become advocates for the issue with their parents and peers. For our pioneer
schools, please refer to section “Livelihood of Local Communiti es”.
We consistently seek to identify significant workplace hazards and appropriately control the risk from them to protect our employees
and contractors from inherent dangers. If, despite all our efforts, an incident occurs, we have defined procedures with respect to
investigation and reporting. Through an in-depth analysis of possible causes, we aim to identify corrective and preventive actions and
to communicate such actions to all relevant parties.
Glow has defined the following fundamental principles that health and safety is a primary responsibility
and important factor of our values:
? Making the initial commitment that health and safety is a primary responsibility of all Glow employees.
? Maintaining compliance obligations with the applicable health and safety legislation and Glow’s safety rules.
? Involving employees at all levels to promote effective working relationships with appropriate health and safety authorities and
to avoid working situations that may have an unfavorable effect on an employee’s health.
? Integrating health and safety in our management systems to drive a proactive and shared safety culture throughout the organization.
It is our goal to reduce the number of occupational accidents by implementing a Five-Year Safety
Culture Roadmap. We continually measure our safety
performance through core KPIs including zero Frequency Rate of Occupational Accidents (FR) and zero Major In cidents.
In 2017, we have continued progress on our safety roadmap, one way we have done this is by
conducting safety culture assessment workshops. The workshops
aimed to understand the existing
maturity level of the safety culture at the power plant sites in the Group with the following objectives:
? To obtain baseline data and look for directions to improve safe behavior of employees;
? To know the level of safety culture, strengths, and weaknesses of the existing management
? To select and implement the right tools and to set priorities for improvements;
? To understand the employees’ thoughts and attitude on managing the health and safety system; and
? To promote safety awareness and involvement of employees and contractors.
Results and feedback from the workshops and our employees will help us to develop and prioritize
specific actions needed for safety culture improvements.
Continuing our proud achievement of 2016, Glow has maintained zero Occupational Accident and
Major Incident rates despite more than 4-million man-hours
working together with our contractors. Correspondingly, all Glow Group’s power plants has received the awards under “Zero Accident Campaign” by the Thailand
Institute of Occupational Safety and Health in 2017. We aspire to continue and vigilantly make progress on our safety roadmap to sustain an excellent safety
culture in 2018 and the years after.
In addition to the safety performance at power plants, Glow also provides basic safety training to
ensure that our members work safely and stay healthy. All
Glow employees receive safety training
that fits with the nature of their work, ergonomics lessons that are not only covering office tasks
but also correct
practices outside the office, and first aids skill when they join the organization.
Refresher courses are available for staff to improve their knowledge. Those
have yielded outstanding outcomes as our staff has implemented CPR technique and what they
learned and helped colleagues to remain safe.,
Last Reviewed/Updated : 12/Mar/2019